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  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • nothing at all is said with this “a priori”! A meaning
    • future when it has laid aside the physical body after death. These
  • Title: Lecture: The Ear
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    • already clear it can be said that a crystal of common salt is
    • form of the eye or of the ear is already planned and laid out as it
    • passes through the gate of Death. Then, when he has laid aside his
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • but we could not walk. Similar things would need to be said about the
    • and we are born speechless, and even thoughtless. It cannot be said
    • what is said there about the eye or ear; or you read it for yourself.
    • Or again, take in real earnest what I said just now. When we move our
    • said to be healthy. This objection was actually made. Such a thing is
    • from this how true it is — what I have always said — that
    • permeated everywhere by morality. You need only remember what I said:
  • Title: Education for Adolescents
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    • anti-social powers to expression. I have often said that the reason
    • It cannot be said often enough that in the years between 14 and 18 we
  • Title: Lecture: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • out the Spirit from it, by that art of which I said just now that it
    • said: the Ego and astral body of man, which from falling asleep to
    • have said during the day, from waking to falling asleep — but in
    • morning. In a silent language we repeat all that we have said from
    • laid aside the etheric body as such; when after some days this
    • more. As I have often said, Man has become more and more intellectual
  • Title: Lecture: Awakening to Community - I
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • can this be said to be the whole reality? Why should souls living in
    • if men are afraid to face the whole reality.
    • I have said on many previous occasions; namely, that those who want
    • I have said before that many souls living at the present time were
    • people’s liking. At the bottom of their hearts they are afraid
    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science must not be afraid of applying to
    • fundamentally the same as that of a certain Professor who said:
    • That is one thing that may be said about the rejection of the
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • present-day mankind. I wanted this to be said because it is just from
    • be said first of all, because today, in particular, what I will have
    • sense perception or by considering it according to the outlook laid
    • inside at the Greek or the Roman era will find what is said here
    • I said, man was becoming increasingly conscious and therefore
    • everything that has to be said right now for the salvation of
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • as regards the future it must be said that vague sentimentality alone
    • published a few years ago, I said that man, as he stands
    • man of abstractions. As I have said, it is not the same to possess a
    • recently said quite frankly to a gathering attended by a number of
    • from what is happening at the periphery. I said in a previous lecture
    • looking up to the Divine — for, as I have already said, all men
    • added to all that can be said in regard to social, political or
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • It has been said that we can only regard as truly scientific
    • preserving the realm of morality. This must be said, because the
    • century, like a devastating wave, proceeds when all is said and done
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • said that Nature herself made it possible for these ancient
    • can be said about the people of earlier times. What men felt
  • Title: Memory and Love
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    • gather from what I said here last time that the forces holding us
    • aid of spiritual science we study the state of sleep.
    • may seem. And this backward experience may be said to lie somewhere
    • “breathing” in the spiritual world. As I have said, our life
  • Title: Lecture: The Experiences of Sleep and their Spiritual Background
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    • external world by means of observation and experiment, aided by the
    • is made there is nothing to be said. At the most we can point to the
    • in a universal sea; you feel yourself now here, now there; as I said,
    • is in a healthy sleep. But as I have said, I will not at the present
  • Title: Lecture: About Horses That Can Count and Calculate
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    • everything that the people who were present had said, the philologist
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 1: Influence of the human will upon the course of economic life
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    • really handsome cut of hair!’ And he said it in such a
    • employed in these cri-cri factories, who all paid
    • said, that 99 per cent more literary works were turned out in
    • of indifference, what he is producing for and what he is paid
    • followed, a speaker said, that the following argument was
    • practical. Only recently, a practical man from the North said
    • post-cards, somewhere in the year 1902–3. I said, I
    • (A speaker said: There were other
    • stupified and blunted. Dr. Steiner laid special stress on
    • speaker said, That amongst the underlying causes of the
    • it must be said, that the Anthroposophical Press at any rate
    • for once to be unusually brilliant, they said — these
  • Title: Threefold Order II: Lecture 2: On Propaganda of the Threefold Social Order
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    • method of really examining what, of course, had to be said on
    • what is said in The Roots of Social Question with the things
    • to have everything laid before them in a couple of pages,
    • following numbers, just as they appeared before! Having said
    • confidence; if they had said to themselves: ‘Here is at
    • said in the most good-natured, well-meaning way: ‘Here,
    • matter; the really important matter, as I have said over and
    • I said, that
    • to think over what I have said however, you will see, that
    • said a great deal to the same effect before now, and all in
    • indeed! The foundations must be laid of something quite
    • regrettable that so little has been said about the Threefold
    • said about it before: that in certain circles of syndicalist
    • person; and I said, that I thought really the proper
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture I: Free Will, Immortality
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    • have no wish to speak about all the rubbish he has said
    • said at that time that the interaction of moral fantasy and
    • actions that are carried out apart from us. This is why I said
    • unconsciously afraid of the powers that have to be developed in
  • Title: Reincarnation and Immortality: Lecture II: The Historical Evolution of Humanity
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    • which he said that a study of the historical evolution of
    • University. He said that German history can be divided into
    • Wilson laid down. On the other, I read what Hermann Grimm said
    • of this fact. He said that the individual human being then
    • said previously, the spiritual scientific method is based
    • what I have just said to its logical conclusion — in its
    • have said that thinking is connected with a declining
    • I have said, the fact that this event concerning the whole
    • intimately related — I have already said this today
    • are quite changed, he would express what he said, even in the
    • the same things today as he said in the 1880's. We honor the
    • only is what Goethe said at that time true — what can be
    • said today is also true. For today the following holds good:
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1
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    • also been said ever and again — we shall never be able
    • then be said that in our day men having the temerity to take
    • something that for once has to be said. People who themselves
    • friends bring me things which have been said at some place
    • of materialism, And what is so often. said now about this
    • Waldorf School) But just because these things must be said
    • of modern man. Much of what was formerly said about man is
    • false if said today. If today we do not study pedagogic
    • said out of the very spirit of the present and one is at
    • As I said, it
    • but be said that whoever taken it seriously has a heavy task
    • reason I have had to add what I have said to you today. What
    • at a state of health. All that has been said has not yet been
    • been said. If you help towards right understanding of what is
    • said you will not again fail to help the truth to be spread
  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 1 (alternate translation)
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    • We have said
    • you think it could truthfully be said that in our time men
    • moreover,agreee with what I said in the lecture to the
    • said that men who themselves are able to follow a thing
    • and when as often to-day, we hear it said that here and there
    • said, just because he had ventured as a result of his
    • Priests. And the tone of the things said by both sides is not
    • Constantinople had laid down that man consists of body and
    • the influence of that Church Dogma laid down in the 9th
    • spirit — they are said to be interfering in what is a
    • natural science. What is said in my book “The Mystics
    • when it was said of a man that he was “gifted”
    • present day humanity, for much of what was said in earlier
    • by what is said in a sense that is according to Christ's Will
    • “old-maidish” outlook. I would, naturally, rather
    • Now it would, as I have said, be more
    • agreeable to leave such things unsaid, but this is
    • At the end of my address I have often said
    • other sides, and so I had to add that which I have said to
    • vital way. My sole purpose to-day in what I have said, has
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  • Title: Necessity for Spiritual Knowledge: Lecture 2
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    • a kind of vague, indefinite quantity It might be said that
    • may be said that simultaneously with the emergence of this
    • picture includes all that there is to be said about that
    • something entirely different from what is often said in
    • We shall afterwards see that this is all said by way of
    • I have often said that this purely mathematical-mechanical
    • repeatedly said that up to a certain point, everyone
    • understand what is meant when it is said that man is within a
    • from what I have just said that such a consciousness is
    • considering what I have said to you today to be the most
    • to paint. An artist in Munich once said to me when I was
    • was an American and he said to himself that there was
    • mentioned. For very, very much of what is said and lectured
    • And particularly it is said about Anthroposophists and
    • means easy nowadays. Much may be said in this direction but
    • one's heart bleed to realise the truth of what was said by
  • Title: The Ten Commandments
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    • feeling. We can easily understand what now has to be said. What
    • what the Egyptian cultural leaders said to the people: when you
    • what he said. No, it was said under the presupposition that
    • actually a repeat of what Paul said, which the Bible gives as:
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture I: The Being of Man
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    • paid no special attention at the time. But they worked on in him and
    • science has always been to unravel the riddle of man. Everything said
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture II: The Three Worlds
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    • in the night”. As I have said, the eyes of the spirit can be opened
    • see the egg and then the hen that laid it. Time in the astral moves
    • for morality. Schopenhauer once said: “To preach morality is easy,
    • of anything that Goethe actually said, but answers he might well have
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture III: Life of the Soul in Kamaloka
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    • death, when the two corpses have been laid aside. This condition is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IV: Devachan
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    • them. At a particular moment, just after he has laid aside his astral
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VI: The Upbringing of Children. Karma.
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    • so that with their aid he will stand firm against the storms of life.
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VII: Workings of the Law of Karma in Human Life
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    • we shall have to look back again at what has been said about man's four
    • physical body. It is laid down once for all, so to speak, and retains
    • of this type does not like to display his toys; he is afraid something
    • From what has been said
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture VIII: Good and Evil. Individual Karmic Questions.
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    • If you recall what I said
    • at the animal world, they said, he should tell himself: “I carried
    • exquisitely, with the aid of highly developed intellects. Even now the
    • All this has been said
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture IX: Evolution of the Earth
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    • recall what has been said about the being of man. Man has seven members:
    • about successive incarnations; the teacher said only, “Learn the
    • as Plato said in the language of the old Mysteries: the World-Soul is
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture X: Progress of Mankind Up To Atlantean Times
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    • God said, Let there be light: and there was light. And God saw the light
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XI: The Post-Atlantean Culture-Epochs
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    • directions for a moral way of life, with everything laid down in the
    • leaf, the Indian said: “The Godhead is no longer apparent in the
    • upon. And then he said: In the world of the Spirit I shall find the
    • gravity, of heat, of steam and electricity, and with their aid they
    • not heeded what he then said and if he had not influenced our souls,
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XII: Occult Develpment
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    • just said, you will experience pictures of things which have no existence
    • said that Edison once dreamt how to make an electric light bulb; he
    • Suppose someone had then come along and said: “The lamp is no
    • laid on yourself. Most actions derive not from your own initiative but
    • him turned away in disgust. Then Jesus said: “What beautiful teeth
    • way about in the higher worlds. But, as I have said, the teachings of
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIII: Oriental and Christian Training
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    • As I said earlier, the
    • command, Do not lie, if you recall what I said about the astral
    • concept of Yama is, as I have said, taken most strictly; it
    • example, that of the species Lion, which can be laid hold of only in
  • Title: At the Gates: Lecture XIV: Rosicrucian Training - The Interior of the Earth - Earthquakes and Volcanoes
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    • a false self-knowledge, and, as I have said, it can be very dangerous.
    • on the liver, with the aid of certain specific words.
    • this layer was laid down in the Earth — so that men should be
  • Title: First Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • I then said in introduction that I should mainly confine myself to
    • outline) may still be said to be prevailing.
    • controversial is all that can be said about the “ether”
  • Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • meant by the word “Ether” in Physics. As I said
    • pressure. Mass, after all, reveals itself through pressure. As I said
  • Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • thing to imagine, no doubt, but that is what they said. And when we
    • Goethe now said to
    • And now, what happens to the light? As we said, it is widened out
    • reach the eye. Yet in the last resort the eye is said to project
    • modern Physics has to say about it, — what is already said in
    • that you ever get is grey, said Goethe. The modern text-books do
  • Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • is diverted upward. Moreover, as we said before, it is not only
    • said, puts itself into the path of the light in such a way that while
    • irradiated with light. For as I said just now, the light here
    • is the prism, said Newton; we let the white light in. The colours are
    • physicists said to themselves: The theory of little corpuscular
    • do. Therefore they said: Let us assume, not that the light is in
    • they said to themselves: Light is indeed an undulatory movement, but
    • As I said before, the fact that wave-movements in many directions
    • narrow bright yellow strip, or as is generally said, a yellow line.
    • IVi). Goethe said: Well, at a pinch, that might do. If Nature
  • Title: Fifth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • have said of space and time is also true of something else. Even as
    • In the light, I said
    • and developed. What I have said just now for instance — this of
  • Title: Sixth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • was said to penetrate from a more tenuous into a denser medium.
    • without the glass. Now this is said to be due to the light being
    • is said, you will remember, in tracing how the “ray of
    • said to produce the final direction of the ray of light and thus to
    • another occasion in our life, when — as I said once before
    • violet. And if you will recall what I said a few days ago about the
    • physical body and in the light-conditions, as we said
    • each other. Others have said that that is nonsense; according to them
    • Helmholtz got to know of the phenomenon, he said: Very well, we shall
    • back to these, he said.
  • Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • colour. As I have said before, all I can give you in this Course
    • shadows. I darken this source of light and get green, said Goethe
    • generally said, “subjectively”. We have then, in the
    • said in an earlier lecture: You, your subjective being, do not live
    • which he began, they would have said no more than that a certain
  • Title: Eighth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • description of modern Physics may be said to date back to the 15th
    • this from the point of view which, as I said, has gradually been
    • Physics nowadays, is fundamentally a product of the said tendency,
    • together what I have just been saying and what was said once
    • n times s. Now please recall what I said in an
    • earlier lecture. I said that we must carefully distinguish all that
    • said, outward realities can never be merely spatial, or
    • we come to the vitreous body, which, as we said, still has
    • not seem so simple if you recall what I said recently of the whole
  • Title: Ninth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • was in this direction, as I said before that they interpreted what
    • have been able to pick out. In effect, they said: It isn't waves,
    • said: This is a stream of electricity as such. And now this flowing
    • indeed laid out for further study, but in pursuing this direction
    • become luminous under their influence. Evidently, said the
    • spiritual way to understand the formula, v = s/t. We said
    • described in former lectures. The same cannot be said so simply of
    • doubt; but that is all that can be said of it till you go forward
    • said of electricity. But now I ask you to remember what I have very
  • Title: Tenth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
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    • what was said in the educational lectures at the inception of the
    • said, future generations would find it difficult to understand that
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture I: Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul
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    • It cannot be said that the present time has got very far
    • scientists, which is not said explicitly, but which can be read
    • present-day humanity, it must nevertheless be said that this
    • it must be said that those who find that this is in fact so,
    • afraid of. He need not fear the objections which come from
    • no longer be said, as Dubois-Reymond did, that science cannot
    • kill existence. It will not be said that science ends where
  • Title: Man/Being/Spirit/Soul: Lecture II: The Psychological Expression of the Unconscious
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    • sphere that is, as I have said, more or less tied to the world
    • that is because some of the things that are said in this
    • confused with what is said about this border area, more or less
    • — nothing could be said about it, for
    • other things. As someone said recently (someone who
    • A lot could be said just to describe some of the more
    • It is of course true that much can be said about dream
    • what I said. In relation to what I said about dreams they
    • thought they were very much more clever. They said: This person
    • said, they thought they were very clever. But the matter in
    • can be said of the other border areas. It is remarkable
    • informing him that a medium has said that something
    • been saved and the writer could have said
    • following: The medium said: A message is now coming from the
    • prove what I have said, for I know quite well that in citing
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture I
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    • be said that this view on the matter was, from a certain point of
    • the purely physical view of heat no foundation is laid for the real
    • observation of the phenomena. With unaided thought we are not able to
    • our considerations now wearing a scientific aspect. I have often said:
    • a boy and that you said, “He is a rattle-brained fellow. I have
    • which it could be said, in general, “it holds for the ear as for
    • working concept has been built up along these lines. It is said that
    • theory. It can be said that everything in the world is dependent on
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture II
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    • Now I said that the rod
    • in the average textbook of physics. It would be said:
    • may express myself cautiously, the solid condition may be said to be
    • is paid to it because the most important things are obscured by the
    • instance, that the ground work for our modern thermometry was laid. It
    • according to the principles laid down in the last course. We must
    • I have already said that the real meaning of those ideas and concepts
    • said, “Solid, liquid, gaseous,” but what they expressed may
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture III
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    • Let us proceed from this observation which we have laid out as a
    • You remember that I said yesterday you should pay especial attention
    • emphasized. I have said: An ordinary solid may be handled and it will
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IV
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    • constant at constant temperature. As we have said, such phenomena as
    • is said, bring about the appearance of heat. Thus mechanical processes
    • text books of physiology, a good deal of emphasis is laid on the fact
    • said sometimes that if we imagine our eyes were electrically sensitive
    • not have organs. So it is said.
    • why it is not necessary to become so), it may be said that our
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture V
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    • Yesterday, by way of illustration, I said to you: “I go into a
    • your own mass. This mass then, is within you. It cannot be gainsaid
    • stated but are meant when it is said over and over again: The
    • been said, protected from this.
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    • let fall, and nature herself will show you what you have said in this
    • thinking. I have said formerly: the liquid surface is to be thought of
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VII
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    • through. You have here only a further extension of what I said to you
    • factors and their resummation.” Having said this, he must
    • of energy is formed and it is said: all that meets us from without,
    • Let us now return for a moment to what has already been said. We have
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture VIII
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    • change heat into work and work into heat just as it is said we do. As
    • as I have said, expressed current physical views in the form of
    • It has even been said that the universe in which we live is
    • I said to you: we have, to begin with, the realm of solids. Solids are
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture IX
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    • transformations. To aid in this, I wish to perform another experiment
    • said: this paper in a certain sense brings to a conclusion the kind of
    • Our concepts of what has been said will be better if we consider
    • reflections are said really to come from the raindrops. In brief you
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture X
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    • Metals, it is said, are good conductors of heat. On the other hand, if
    • poorest conductor of heat, as it is said.
    • Then we come, as I have said, into an X region in which we have to
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XI
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    • thinking. You know from what we have already said that there is really
    • often said, by making the circle larger and larger, so that the peach
    • they become suction forces. Attention must be paid to the fact that in
    • general it is said that every energy is transformable into another,
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XII
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    • I said there was a certain difficulty in understanding what a
    • theory be substantiated? Recollect what I have said to you about the
  • Title: Warmth Course: Lecture XIII
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    • Now, in the observations made previously, we said: fluids stand
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture I
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    • generations. But all that was said then by poets and others about
    • this friend met me in the street, I said to myself that if I had to
    • friend, who was also a barrister, said to me: “If I were taking
    • now, my dear friends, when it is said that thoughts have become
    • were the young, and on the other, the old. The old man said: “That
    • Germany is yearning for — as your speaker truly said
    • Memorial. It is said that the law of the conservation of energy is
    • century, it was said that the great pioneer of the nineteenth century
    • lay on his couch breathing with difficulty and said: “Open the
  • Title: Lecture: Younger Generation: Lecture II
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    • and another something very stupid. What was said amounted to this: We
    • not said: This or that has been discovered; it already belongs to
    • this being, secretly in the corner, she said: “I have a name
    • ago all this was quite a matter of course. Today a great deal is said
    • said on this subject. Nowadays almost everyone is talking about
    • As a rule no heed is paid to the fact that since the fifteenth
    • the world into which he was born; he said: “Sing, immortal
    • I have said here can be put in another way, by considering what would
    • things that were also said decades ago. The mere words that are
    • of debts which have to be paid. It is a negative inheritance. There
    • something. I said yesterday: Man has lost man, and is seeking him
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    • to describe radically to you yesterday. What men of that time said
    • necessity. A short time ago a professor at a University who is said
    • in an age when it can no longer be said that it is impossible to
    • clear I said: It is all the same to me whether people speak of
    • against what I have said, but what they attack is always quite new to
    • me for as a rule I have never said such things. They collect all
    • goes through all earth-lives. They said: If I am now living on the
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    • us be clear as to what is said. The attempt is made in this very
    • intuitions laid bare in the soul. In view of the situation which I
    • said with regard to the Spiritual, that at the end of the nineteenth
    • had, as I said yesterday, come upon the scene only since the
    • he said to himself: “If I am true to myself, I cannot have any
    • in his own way, he said: “When a man of the present day speaks
    • often said to himself: Here is someone who says, I am an enthusiast
    • when all is said and done, a man who is an enthusiast for certain
    • and eighties. He said to himself: People talk about all sorts of
    • has not always been emphasized. A great deal that has been said about
    • show what Nietzsche's view became. He said to himself: There
    • what is said. But one soon overcomes it. The annoyance is due to the
    • omega of what we need today, and when your Chairman said yesterday
    • come into its own. Let me add the following to what I have said in
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    • was published at a time when it was universally said that at last it had
    • it was said that, as an individual entity, man could call forth from
    • said about moral intuitions was no longer quite true. It was said:
    • therefore, at the end of the nineteenth century it was said that all
    • knowledge of Nature. He said that supernaturalism could not be
    • and nothing further was said by him on the subject. If mentioned,
    • people got excited and said that this was no longer science;
    • vision. I have already given you a picture to elucidate it. I said
    • said — the powers which ordained that one should be stopped
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    • begins with birth or conception, and who, as is said nowadays,
    • ancient times, has said should be carried on into the future. It
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    • said that there must be an education which makes learning a game for
    • experiences of a similar kind could be related. I have said this just
    • evolution had arrived at a point where people said with great
    • ancient Indian did not see this. He paid much more heed to its
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    • Nominalists were those in the Middle Ages who said: Thoughts live
    • was revealed. They conceived thoughts so that they said: It is not I
    • philosophers said that we need a soul-science without soul. What the
    • younger generation. True, only a few philosophers actually said: We
    • need a psychology without soul. But the whole age said: We older
    • If you want to see what is being sought with the aid of the
    • have said: Life is brought down from the cosmos. But they sought for
    • questioner said: “Well, you certainly are doing nothing,”
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    • FROM what I said
    • knowledge in the form of truth. In earlier times it was said: Before
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    • Michelet is supposed to have said: “I don't understand
    • Michelet was, as I said, ninety years old!
    • Patriarchs? They said: It is beautiful to get old. For then one
    • body and spirit, and said: At the age of thirty, the physical begins
    • modern object lesson is said to be behind the times. But one has to
    • cultural conditions. For Eduard von Hartmann said to me: “There
    • is no such thing, one can only think with the aid of external
    • an art, education which is not afraid to find its support in real
    • spiritual-scientific knowledge. That is why I said a few days ago:
    • young person said to himself: The old man with his snow-white hair
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    • have said, these things have been lost. Human beings have reduced
    • things must for once be said most emphatically. For even when spoken
    • culture. He said: When one looks at human beings today, they cannot
    • poet's dream and then he said he thought the time would come
    • education. What more there is to be said on this subject I shall try
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    • FROM what has been said
    • certain sense men are afraid of it. If we had a cultural psychology
    • said; and imagine someone comes along and says that this should not
    • Therefore what I have said and written about education, and what is
    • said that the State should be an institution which gives over the
    • the fiftieth time by a traveling company when the director said: “Now
    • at the idea. Finally one of them pulled himself together and said:
    • want to enlarge upon it because already much that I have said is
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    • more could be said in conclusion to what I have put before you here.
    • said: Yes, there is a library — but they did not call it so —
    • merely carry away in your heads what I have said here, and ponder
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    • interpreted; they are said to “mean something”. To reach
    • may be said that the person is in devachan. These tones are of a
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    • that the germ of future human epochs is laid.
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    • an idea of what is meant when it is said of the old occult
    • fullness or completeness. You will often hear it said in popular
    • laid all its forces into the seed. Here we may therefore make a
    • what is now to be said about one will appear in the right light. The
    • a part of it. In the same sense it can be said that when some part of
    • remarks let it be said once more that in the fifth week, on the fifth
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    • when it is free. Conversely, it can be said that were you able to
    • being with nature. He said that the individual beings in nature are
    • was an initiate. It can be said that this seal represents the idea of
    • said that the sun also moves. It advances in a spiral so that the
    • which nothing spiritual is ever said, in which only trivial words are
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    • One often hears it said to-day that the teachings given in the
    • Here and there in my lectures I have said that this Philosopher's
    • this is no proof of a life before birth, it must be said that they do
    • before birth. A pupil of the Mysteries said to himself: Living here on
    • after death, when the physical body has been laid aside.
    • truly celebrate the Christmas Festival to-day. Can it be said that
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    • understood from what was said in them that it is an absolute necessity
    • civilized society. I have already said much concerning the obstacles
    • made, men should be afraid of any kind of knowledge? People today
    • presence of it he is afraid. Above all things man surmises one thing
    • What I have just said has an important polaric counterpart. When
    • picture. As I have said, this is felt by men, and therefore they
    • There has come a time when it must be said publicly that if any
    • East. I have said that in the East the path led from above downwards,
    • the leading cleric is reported to have said that no discussion was
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    • lines laid down at that time. Not what these spirits found or thought
    • yet in existence, in order to realize an ideal which, as I have said,
    • others like-minded had said. The necessity of building further upon
    • this beginning has been laid upon our present age. If we continue to
    • said with no knowledge of the spiritual world. What our age most
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    • applies to everything that may be said and discovered by
    • have said I hope you will not accuse me of wishing to cast
    • constantly being said, “Explanations must be as simple as
    • said, “Here we have something very remarkable. The
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them, but it is not the
    • time ago I said to a friend, “It is just as important to
    • said about the processes of elimination. The kidneys are organs
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    • mind what I have just said, let me add the following. To begin
    • with you may find it offensive to hear it said in anthroposophy
    • continually being said in physiology. Due to the shortness of
    • confirmation of what I have said. Only in this way will you be
    • possible to what I have said. Take certain lower animals where
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    • significance. Very little attention is paid nowadays to what I
    • said that we must pay attention to whether more or less fatigue
    • appeared irreconcilable with what I said yesterday. This
    • lives in the inner warmth-man, as I said this morning, and that
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    • have already said, a process of devitalization that must be
    • perspiration. Great attention should be paid to this, for
    • clear, concise form and people are not afraid to go straight
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    • said and discovered by Anthroposophy in regard to the different
    • what I have said, you will not accuse me of any desire to rail
    • it was constantly being said: ‘Explanations must be absolutely
    • He — the chairman — then said the following: ‘Here
    • objects, a great deal can be said about them. But it is not the same
    • long time ago I once said to a friend: ‘It is just as important
    • same must be said of the excretory processes. The kidneys are organs
    • organism, but we must bring to our aid matters that are approached in
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    • in mind what I have just said, let me add the following. It may, to
    • begin with, be a stumbling-block to hear it said in Anthroposophy
    • inner being of man, but only into what is continually being said in
    • confirmation of what I have said. Only in this way will the mysteries
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    • great importance. Very little heed is paid nowadays to what I have
    • breathing cause fatigue. So when it is said: heed must be paid to the
    • irreconcilable with what I said yesterday. It clears up, however,
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    • question of the nervous system being laid into the human organism as
    • containing sulphur, because, as I have already said, a process of
    • that there is less perspiration. Great attention should be paid to
    • and people are not afraid to go straight ahead, they will take this
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    • The explanation of these words, which, as has been said, how
    • together, and has laid down the paths for the various branches of
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    • stages higher than man, the Hierarchy of the Archangels. As I said
    • through the necessary course of world evolution can be said to them
    • understanding of what has been said to-day, if one is only
    • I will close with this question, a question, as I said, that leads to
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    • My dear friends, what I have said to you about the spiritual
    • our stand as Anthroposophists — I have not said it in order that
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    • as need hardly be said, goes out in the first place from the experience
    • what it said) — that this Utopia had the power to set
    • in the character of our spiritual life, and said, that I looked
    • said, that the great anxiety, the great problem of
    • then one said to oneself: Men are rapidly drifting into a total
    • that was produced must be paid as dues to the landlord; and
    • the answer to the question: What are wages paid out of? —
    • Wages are paid out of Capital! And there will inevitably be
    • Capital, so long as Wages have to be paid out of Capital.
    • are afraid of the on-rush of the social movement. They would
    • After all that has been said by the other speakers in the
    • X..., himself said. X merely wanted to point out the
    • substance as I said is a Utopia. Its Utopian
    • surrender. But they said: We surrender to the Fourteen Points,
    • to what I have said already; which is: That the age, which we
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    • afraid of a thing our fear is founded on some secret sympathy.
    • you want to convey to someone that you yourself are afraid, or
    • the form of the head; he said “caput,” and thereby
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    • give rise to. For this reason we must not be afraid of
    • Eurhythmists, the children came up and said: “Did you
    • district. I expressly said: “I am saying something to you
    • onwards, and which — as I have already said
    • the poem is so recited that the emphasis is laid on the thought
    • that is in the music which underlies poetry. I said that the
    • artistically gifted friends said that certain cycles of my
    • recitation lesson stress must be laid solely on the
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    • principle: he said: “I have educated this young man well,
    • principle again in pedagogical books. I have even found it said
    • Then you need not be in the least afraid of setting up fairly
    • hearing it said: “Well, then, let us do away with grammar
    • was profoundly significant. And this is seen when it is laid
    • What I have just said is meant to permeate you as educators and
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    • your imagination to your aid and say to yourselves:
    • drawing to writing. I said that you have no need to study the
    • he did: how he must have stood, what he must have said if the
    • to say: “When you stood like that and said ‘Ah!’ it was
    • your aid ideas which evoke real experiences of past history.
    • different lines from those laid down here. They more or less
    • administration, but it laid down even the spelling by law. It
    • That is what I meant when I said: “The transition must be
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    • afraid to take up his stand detached from his usual life and to
    • “As the old Latin said: rem tene, verba
    • “as the old Latin said. ...” And, of course, he has
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    • said to have any. When people talk of apes as being four-handed
    • what is said to him about the difference between man and the
    • times there have been many improvements, but it cannot be said
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    • of man to his surroundings, that attention must be paid to man
    • antagonistic towards what I have just said. And if people do
    • object lesson on the lines laid down in books on method you
    • Nursemaids often make this mistake; they talk with the child in
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    • have not enlarged on it pedantically, if you have said to the
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    • in your soul to understand what I have just said: Transport
    • — poems, etc., should be remembered. I have said that it
    • in a foreign language greater regard must be paid to making
    • succeeded less by reflection on what has been said or by a slow
    • then the colours laid one on top of the other.
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    • geography. And even if I said that the teaching of mineralogy
    • But when a foundation has been laid for an understanding of the
    • from the foundations already laid. When — as I said
    • have it laid down beforehand: geography must be taught from
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    • simply train their memory and that is the best that can be said
    • have said the theorem of Pythagoras to me. The square on the
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    • involved. I laid down lines for you on which to develop, from
    • thickly overlaid with discerning power. These are, as it were,
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    • “And then something easier said than done, but which is
    • I have not said anything in this last fortnight which
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    • now been said. For you can only become good teachers and educators if
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    • remain in the spiritual world (and here we come back to what was said
    • said that he cannot walk because he has injured the nerves which, as
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    • said that man consists of matter and soul, or of body and spirit,
    • clearly in view what I have just said. For then you will say to
    • this destructive element. Therefore I have said again and again: man
    • have repeatedly said that man, and the soul of man, is the stage upon
    • preserved from death. What I have just said of the blood, namely that
    • substances and forces — this you can now connect with what I said
    • This is laid down as a universal quality of bodies. But one ought only
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    • new educational impulse, that special attention must be paid, in
    • Manes: people said that after death there remains over, the
    • If you think of what was said yesterday you will remember that
    • summarise what has been said, so that we may be clear on this point:
    • not only said the same Lord's Prayer every day, they also had a book
    • become inwardly strong to whom it is said in childhood:
    • said already, on the development of the will? Because, in the first
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    • said with regard to the third soul power, that is, the activity of
    • activity, to thought and cognition. As we have already said, in
    • said will lead you to this conviction, for I told you that willing,
    • said: “When a man forms a judgment, and says, for example,
    • said, “Judgment and feeling (which latter consists of emotions)
    • Sigwart should have joined forces and said: True, the objective
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    • then said, “stupid child in his whole disposition; belongs to the
    • really speak of that which the world has laid into their feeling life
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    • everybody said how he was feeling the burden of age, how he could no
    • reduced. To this Michelet always said: “I can't understand
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    • find the most glaring contradiction to what I said before. But reality
    • He might say: yesterday you said that the activities of all the senses
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    • uttering conclusions nor could he understand what another person said
    • spirited manner. He said that even as far back as the 1890's, if you
    • very significant. He said: when in the '90s you were invited out to
    • beautiful is not met by the regulations laid down for “object
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    • We never arrive at the truth — as I have often said to you on
    • said that man is, firstly a gigantic sphere which embraces the whole
    • You will know from what I have said to you that the limbs are more
    • I said that what I had to speak to you about to-day was indeed a
    • In another connection I said how it must always fill us with wonder
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    • First let us consider the head formation of man. Yesterday we said
    • producing organs can be said to be a continuation of the limbs,
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    • head right down into the physical form; and the head continues its aid
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    • even in arithmetic and geometry. That is why I said yesterday (In
    • themselves with truth instead of falsehood. They were afraid to move
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    • spiritual-scientific investigation. I have also said that the
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    • not what we have said; we wish to approach these things
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    • clear, using an admittedly trivial comparison. I said: when
    • clairvoyance. From the few words I have said on this subject,
    • system is concentrated primarily in the head, as I said
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    • said, I will describe its development in due course — has
    • rest of what I said will also be clear: how we apply the
    • just said about the plant world can be accepted. We see it as
    • earth, or better said, which grows out of the earth.
    • our life lived here on earth. This, as I said, is a practical
    • themselves. This fact is connected with what I said earlier,
    • said: love is not a cognitive power, it does not concern
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    • can be said that a person endowed with healthy human
    • man said the following:
    • drawing actually comes out the same, he said, whether I, an
    • system. As a result of this feeling it is said that someday
    • said that the yoga-process is not for us any more, and the
    • he had reached this state of knowledge, he said to himself:
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    • truth, and not toward falsification. As I have said, when we
    • theories. Naturally, what I have just said is aimed only at
    • soul-spiritual. It can also be said that first we experience
    • to this tomorrow. But essentially what I have said holds
    • that anything that had first been said was changed, but it
    • became necessary to add to what was said by way of further
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    • objection about what I said yesterday concerning the
    • organization. It could be said: This is an illusion. The fact
    • these lectures. We said: The outer world and its phenomena
    • better said, it is something essentially unfinished. When we
    • outer world into our sensory life. I said earlier that when
    • He said to himself: Something must be at work here. This is
    • similar to what the astronomer before him said concerning
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    • should strive. Goethe said, “What is fruitful, that
    • the fact that we have not been afraid to extend something
    • after he had finished his investigations. He said that he had
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    • And you see, you answered me warmly, just like that. And then I said
    • Waldorf children doing?” And I also said to myself,
    • them here. What I just said to the children flows from a deeply
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    • bring this spirit here to you; they take in what St. Paul said with
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    • humanity in its dire straits. My dear friends — as I said, I am
    • above all else. The Waldorf teachers came here and said, “Yes,
    • old, we are seventy or eighty, as I said. We can compare our life to
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    • foundation stone of the Goetheanum was laid in Dornach, the
    • except, as has been said, in Stuttgart — was in meetings. It
    • can be said, without any intention of boasting, that the love built
    • all if we are not more thoughtful about the problems I have laid
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    • independently of anything I said, to the effect that every member
    • development of the conscious soul. This accounts, as I said, for the
    • inappropriateness of what was said could encourage many seeds of
    • least desire to do so — that what was said yesterday about all
    • As I said, I stress
    • sapped when, for example, no attention is paid to the principle
    • because, as I have said, the process of re-casting can take years,
    • anthroposophy cannot be laid at my door! I respect people's freedom.
    • moral impulses with the aid of pure thinking, as described in the
    • proves a signal aid in understanding human nature. An experience that
    • ever be said of anthroposophy that it is merely theory? How
    • world beyond death can be rightly laid hold upon by people living on
    • special targets. He said at the time that he wasn't leaving the book
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    • being paid to the heavenly bodies circling overhead.
    • Though I have always said that ordinary thinking can, if it is
    • laid the foundation for an anthroposophical community of sorts. The
    • can truly be said that the war period brought no real disruption of
    • of departure, as when I said that if we start where the physicists
    • was being drawn up. I said that programs of this kind should be
    • the living source of anthroposophy. They said expressly that they
    • said in my first lecture here, we must realize that anthroposophy is
    • to do it. As I said in Dornach on January 6th last, the
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    • make a few comments complementing what I said a week ago about the
    • right will impulses. But as I said the last time, the Society has not
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    • Anthroposophical Movement. For, as I have often said, we are not just
    • needs to be said as I possibly can. Some things will have to be left
    • movement. I said that a suitable method of community building must be
    • said from this platform that such a development of community could
    • objectively and impersonally. I meant what I said objectively, not as
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    • societies, and — as I said — necessarily so,
    • is being said. He is interested only in his own opinion. One may be
    • my never being understood when I said that there were two ways of
    • I said that the
    • to what the Society, of which it is often said that it makes itself
    • obtained with the Society and myself. I paid as little attention as
    • Now this is not said
    • be laid at the door of anthroposophy itself. What my kind listeners
    • a correction of something that was said from this platform yesterday;
    • Every objection that they might make to something I have said can be
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    • and hallucinations than by sensory perception really cannot be said
    • I have just said, it will be essential, in all circumstances and for
    • said openly, for surely no one who has achieved genuine anthroposophical
    • the body of knowledge is in books, but in those days the teaching aids
    • As I have said, those figures
    • Schiller said: ‘That is no empiricism, that is an idea.’
    • Inspiration and Intuition. More will be said about this in the following
    • said, when lecturing on Haeckel, that we should take the first pages
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    • It could be said, taking care
    • can be said that imaginative perception offers the possibility of seeing
    • and yet, as I said yesterday, have nothing to do with visions, hallucinations
    • It may be said that our soul life is no longer on the plane where the
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    • our human nature does not exist. It has been said that the term ‘scientific’
    • possible way of saving the moral realm. This has to be said because
    • inevitability only. As I have said, it is possible to make formal distinction
    • What I have said today will
    • duty. Duty, he said, had to descend and natural instinct to ascend in
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    • said, because they have to be expressed in thought forms that are accessible
    • but dimly perceived with the aid of the senses.
    • who base themselves on some particular confession may feel afraid that
    • have to be asked again and again: Is someone who is all the time afraid
    • been said in the essay I am referring to. The writer of that essay is
    • willed oneself. To indicate what really matters I therefore said one
    • present; and I am afraid, yes, I am afraid, that however much I try
    • in that case, too, he might have said: ‘You have no right to speak
    • to what is open to supersensible perception. But this man said the following:
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    • said to suffer from a soul sclerosis, turning out dead ideas
    • one individually believes in having said something particular,
    • this and much more can be said today but I think that whatever
    • said today must be understood until our next meeting, and
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    • dear friends, — and this must be said today and to
    • said here — we are confronted, as it were, by a
    • dear friends, that those things were said by persons who
    • because it must be said today: It is essential that one
    • necessity. I said to Kühlmann then, “You have
    • (this can be said without boasting) if at that time amid
    • thinking — (I beg you not to forget I said: in the
    • eighteenth year. Then the examining officer said:
    • pass and what has been said in Bern. People do not stand
    • same time I said that it would be more pertinent to
    • said, something over 20,000 workers were necessary to
    • and said: “Many admirable things have been said
    • I said: “Now let us take any family in the country,
    • maidservants, and three cows. The entire family needs
    • said that if one man were to grow up from childhood on an
    • said to me: “Yes, this man and that man are
    • have often said: He who does not see the spiritual
    • emphasized. For they have laid great stress on the fact
    • They have said: I want to hold my position in the State
    • of course, very well taken care of: laid at birth in the
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    • have said, man stands in an entirely different relation
    • mankind. Without, as I said, adopting a false ascetic
    • world. Take especially what is said in those books about
    • at the third, the economic life. Something must be said
    • However, I said that one must not mistake what is
    • this intercourse with the dead. That is why I have said:
    • is said. Then another sentence in which what has just
    • been said is just a little bit qualified. Then a third
    • service to our time must be said today about the
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    • transition. Naturally as I have often said, every period
    • aide of another so that one will throw light on another.
    • inherent, man is afraid, man is cautious about entering
    • the supersense world. Unconsciously he is afraid of
    • Mankind as a whole, I said, in its cosmic — or we
    • remember something that has been said again and again in
    • friends, if you think earnestly of what I have just said,
    • tired. He sw the image and said to himself:“What a
    • said.
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    • said that when man lets it become one of his illusions
    • when they said to the Greeks: “Beware of illusions;
    • It has just been said that the proletarian's
    • because the proletarian is paid wages for his work; is
    • not Caruso paid wages when he sings, and at the end of
    • said. And he went on to say: the only difference is this,
    • could no longer be paid — in which event, I
    • other spiritual pensions that are paid today to the soul
    • the things that must be said today, while celebrating
    • or whether it crises out of the spirit that said,
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    • correct, still to all this may be added that which must be said
    • — that is, when he has laid aside his physical and his
    • we are concerned here. And it must be said that those people
    • do not accept this are said not to be honest theosophists.
    • said; The human being will have to work with the earthly body,
    • used for the soul in a very definite way. They said to
    • strength that will enable it to do what has just been said: it
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    • been said that when Spiritual Science will spread, it should
    • immortality, answered me in a rather smug way. He said:
    • earth. But what is said about the spiritual worlds in the
    • when he said: “The world is deep, and deeper than the day
    • because some people are afraid of losing their foothold when
    • afraid of the earnest and solemn strength which they must use
    • afraid of, and he wants to stifle this fear; and so he creates
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    • aided by the understanding with its power of combination. But then we
    • is made there is nothing to be said. At the most we can point to the
    • you feel yourself now here, now there; as I said, the definite sense
    • said, I will not at the present moment enter further into these
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    • said you may think that some kind of causal connection could have
    • has just been said, we can think more about our destiny in outer
    • usually said that they broke in upon our life as if by chance; they
    • recollection is easier for you. It can also be said
    • only be said that to ‘prove’ such a thing is not
    • said is difficult, it can again be used again by way of trial. And if
    • realise the truth of what will now be said — not as the outcome
    • people at the same age in life as previously. Neither can it be said
    • What I have now said
    • that some flash of illumination might enable it to be said: “In
    • what has been said to-day about the acquaintanceships made in the
    • fruitful thoughts, especially if taken together with what is said in
    • warning must be added to what has been said to-day. The genuine
    • recognising that he has a brilliant mind — said the following
    • said in this book are in no way questionable or dubious; they tally
    • said to have been the outcome of genuine spiritual-scientific
    • the things that have been said to-day seem grotesque, try for once to
    • example, of what has been said about parents and brothers and sisters
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    • something that is within our reach. It was said that certain
    • be said against an external organisation, which from a certain point
    • It may be said that
    • characteristic stamp of the modern anthroposophist may be said to be
    • degree. It must also be said that the connection between what man
    • of a strange statement made by someone to a friend. He said:
    • It cannot be said
    • said that this is unconnected with what the prevailing cultural state
    • significance for humanity. But it can truly be said that a man need
    • books, where it is said, actually with a touch of fervour: Compared
    • such things as were said in the lecture yesterday. And so the very
    • humanity. That is why such insistence is laid upon this deepening
    • it may be said: Just as the sex usually alternates in the successive
    • so much in what is actually said — it could be put in a
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    • yourselves of many things that have been said through the years, you will
    • but his conduct is very different from that of Christ Jesus. He upbraids
    • that man is mortal; a thought to which he had previously paid no heed
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    • even to enter into what has to be said about the working of higher worlds
    • spirit. As I said, a clever ass will insist that in his old age Lessing
    • par with what is said in the Preface — that it has been written
    • Maid of Orleans
    • Maid of Orleans
    • super-sensible Powers through the Maid of Orleans, the whole of France,
    • Maid of Orleans blotted out from history, France abandoned to her fate
    • documents concerning the mission of the Maid of Orleans. This young
    • We know that the Maid
    • of which it can be said that it was known only to him and to the super-sensible
    • Hierarchies! The Maid of Orleans was an outer Instrument of these Beings,
    • or another in the procedure of the Maid of Orleans at variance with
    • as it were, to unburden modern history of the deeds of the Maid of Orleans.
    • He would have said that these Theosophists, too, are people who are
    • the Maid of Orleans, and then ask you to think of the implications of
    • letter has set forth what the Maid of Orleans accomplished, he continues:
    • more has the Maid brought about, and with God's help she will accomplish
    • to you in words. While I write this, the afore mentioned Maid has
    • was written by one who knew the Maid and was in close contact with the
    • it seems almost madness to doubt what was working through the Maid of
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    • things that have been said in giving a brief glimpse into the occult
    • to recapitulate very briefly what has been said on other occasions: that
    • body. It may rightly be said that the soul of the ancient Indian was
    • what was said yesterday about the spiritual Power working in the Maid
    • Hence in personalities such as the Maid of Orleans, the revelations,
    • world. In other words: the Maid of Orleans had revelations, but she
    • Maid of Orleans saw the Virgin Mary and the Archangel Michael in the
    • the Maid of Orleans, revelations which in the sixth culture-epoch —
    • they should be seen in the Post-Atlantean epoch. But although the Maid
    • The Maid of Orleans is
    • be incomprehensible to you that in the first of there lectures I said:
    • into what is said, for example, in the lectures given in our German
    • matter. It has been said by me, and enlarged upon quite independently of
    • you that what is said about contradiction is really sheer invention —
    • be said at the time when
    • As I said, I gladly seize
    • stand for that which can be said, with the best occult conscience, an
    • for they were written in complete ignorance of what has just been said
    • he said: A tragedy is a weaving together round a hero of successive
    • world which penetrates continually into our world. lt can be said that
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    • mission and their task. But, as I have already said, underlying the
    • said: “That is the time in which a healthy human being could complete
    • When it is said that humanity
    • times, whatever would men have Said?” — But they were
    • sides. As I said, every effort was made to ensure that Julian, who might
    • Europe, and in his very cradle, so to speak, everything was laid
    • thing dare be said — for it does indeed seem paradoxical —
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    • ancient Indian soul which may be said to have been simply an arena for
    • — turned, as they said, towards Ahriman. Thus the Persian conceived
    • you see the swarm from some way off. What I have just said lies at the
    • untold multitude of concrete truths. All this has been said in order
    • manifestations of Nature was that men forgot the Spiritual and paid
    • future. Just imagine — naturally this is said hypothetically —
    • turn of the 18th and 19th centuries; but if you take what I have said
    • I indicated something of this when I said that in the year 1250 there
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    • Greek civilisation, the following must also be said. It was preceded
    • laid by higher Beings into these souls in the temple-sanctuaries.
    • of Beings of the higher Hierarchies They must have said to themselves
    • already said
    • in the right way. And then it could be said that the feeling which arises
    • would fair lay in your hearts: Regard what has been said as the starting-point
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    • constitution that is laid aside at death. We know from Anthroposophy
    • bodies which may be said to be gates or portals into the spiritual
    • often said that in very ancient times man possessed a
    • through these Beings in the remote past. Moreover it can be said with
    • attention is paid.
    • may be said, and it is in strict conformity with Spiritual Science,
    • often said, instead of all this we must emphasise the reality which
    • spiritual Foundation Stone of the Anthroposophical Society was laid
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    • as he did. This of course cannot be said of every detail but it is
    • would have been said later on — of the one who had dispossessed
    • intense resentment and the things that were said at that time as an
    • People understood little of what I said on those occasions, for the
    • Society. What has now been said ought also to be regarded as an
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    • dissolves away into the Cosmos when the physical body has been laid
    • few days has laid aside the etheric body, he starts an existence
    • She said that one life was enough for her, that she had no desire at
    • and you must make compensation! Thereby the plan of karma is laid
    • not be possible if the whole burden of the evil laid upon the soul in
    • As I said,
    • Very little is said about it as yet in medical literature, but
    • sight. Such details must be studied, for, as I have often said, it is
    • repeatedly said. Just think of it! If we make the attempt with the
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    • an epoch of importance. What has been said in different lectures with
    • said as being correct to a day, but if you take it in its essentials,
    • laid the foundations. What we did in the first four years was to
    • For a long time it had been said: It is really not of much use for
    • plane. And it may well be said: Even if no one of those here present
    • he were to say further: “Assuming that what is being said is
    • first thing upon which stress must be laid.
    • be said: “I really do not know why I am a member of this Society;
    • what I have said. — I do not mention this as being of any very
    • special value but only by the way. — Thus, as I have said, a
    • materialist. He said “When a man thinks, the brain atoms are
    • the thinking. — I said to him: “Yes, but now tell me, why do
    • incarnation; for in this one they will have laid the right foundation.
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    • that the Greeks laid stress on bodily exercises, which were all
    • Gesinnung], because I am afraid that it
    • said. It must not be distorted. The teacher should simply
    • laid at the proper time of year and that it be receptive to
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    • has been said about enthusiasm here, when I go through the
    • understood merely in a formal sense. It is said that the human
    • laid hold of by these three systems of forces. The whole of
    • into the body; it is laid hold of in a certain way by the inner
    • said about a lecture such as the one I gave here yesterday
    • oneself as a teacher. It may be said that engendering this
    • modern science, no particular weight is laid on the essential
    • is said that the air consists of oxygen and nitrogen, leaving
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    • teacher's profession. In continuation of what I said this
    • extraordinary importance. Think how often I have said that a
    • to find that no attention is paid to what has been said. If you
    • grasped the full weight of what I said in the lecture
    • deadening intellectualism. What I have said today shows
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    • said, something that the anthroposophist should inscribe in his
    • existence. This will be clear to you from what has been said before.
    • that of our earth, you will realize from what has just been said that
    • were. I said that the ancient Moon evolution — which projects
    • those old relationships in its laws — I said that this ancient
    • the structure of the human brain, it can even be said that for our
    • commotion! But Hegel said that his statement was as well founded as
    • The same could be said of many other comets.
    • Comet. When it is said that Halley's Comet can be a warning; that its
    • days this must be resisted — this truly is said not for the
    • It could be said that once again the Lord is displaying
    • question of the present time. Much that has been said today is
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    • When we came together here some time ago, we said
    • something will be said about the connection in the evolution of
    • way through the teachings of Moses that one said to oneself: the
    • jeeringly, “Yes, indeed, those were fine prophets who said
    • the cross, about Whom His disciples said that He had risen from the
    • risen from the dead,” he must have said to himself. After Paul
    • What has been said now will be said again and again in
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    • together here some little time ago, many things were said about the past
    • of a great, supremely gifted man of whose preaching it was said that
    • Palestine, had died on the Cross and was said by his disciples to
    • earth, will be perceptible to those faculties which, as we have said,
    • been said will be repeated again and again in the coming decades. But
    • land which is said to have disappeared from the sphere of human
    • it is said that Halley's Comet may be an omen, that its influence,
    • this must be resisted — it is not said for the purpose of
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    • Plutarch said it was a greeting to the Godhead by the people who
    • pedagogically healing effect. Should be said as a prayer in morn and
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    • 1483-1546) said once, if I am rather angry, I can pray and
    • just said that it must be defeated. We have said to understand
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    • comprising consideration. Only that which I have said this year
    • try to bring together spiritual science with that which is said
    • was, actually, a chemist said in a lecture which he held in
    • said, the human view has proved with certainty that the earth
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    • said above proves that one can leave the unbelievably complicated medicine
    • in curative eurythmy. As I said at that time in Domach, if one has the
    • to consciousness, in order that, as I have already said, this concentration
    • What I have just said is particularly true when the astral organism
    • diarrhoea on every occasion when one is a bit afraid. The U-forms will
    • he says nothing at all about. He criticizes what is said, simply because
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    • forms of art. Hence, Goethe said that music is entirely form and
    • have said, “I experience music,” as “I feel myself
    • to say, an other-than-human manner. It then laid the foundation for
    • his breath. He said to himself — though he did not say it, he
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    • they said, it is possible that Ambrose and Augustine still felt this.
    • someone said quite rightly that man senses an emptiness in the
    • you focus on what is said here, you will grasp better the forms that
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    • man. This is not said merely as a metaphor, but as a deeper
    • art, it may be said that it is an intrusion when we want to speak
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    • cosmos has inlaid in him, as art.
    • But he said nought to me.
    • foundation of true art – it must be said that this knowledge
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    • Johann Gottlieb Fichte once said of the German language –
    • The raid that the ravager made on
    • said
    • On every sword he had laid a spell,
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    • whose evolution we cannot comprehend with the aid of nothing but
    • sort, and will contradict what I have said. But that is only their
    • you all know what I have said about Imaginations in my book
    • pictures of it. Imaginations on the other hand, can be laid hold of by
    • But he went further. He said to himself: When that which lives in
    • consciousness of this ancient humanity. And what I have said of that
    • ancient humanity could also be said of other peoples. There we catch
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    • particular period follows the pattern laid down by such a quality. The
    • considerable extent quite illusory as an aid to a real understanding
    • today. I said yesterday that one might call it a state of being
    • if they had actually descended into the Earth and been laid in a
    • capable of speaking as they did; they clothed all they said in
    • possess some inner quality of soul, and said to him: “There is no
    • to be said against it. Perhaps some simple soul might have thought of
    • orthodox in his views and said nothing to which ordinary science might
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    • to live on towards the goal laid down for us by the Divine Powers of
    • we to assume that the natural laws laid down in the laboratory were
    • extend into our consciousness, which will be overlaid entirely by our
    • calculation is quite correct and there is nothing to be said against
    • said he thought he had understood a little, though most of it was
    • of what he had said was intelligible. But one of them now had the
    • our own free knowledge to live towards the goal laid down for us by
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    • the astral body is laid aside. Then the earthly music is
    • would not have said “treason, murder and
    • but would have said something like “serpent, wolf and
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    • Let us describe what the Egyptian perceived. He said, “I see here
    • consider Bocklin's picture “Piety.” Nothing is said here
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    • was said in the last lecture. It recalls that ancient figure of which
    • which ought to be comprehended purely in the mind is said “to be
    • aid of the external crutches of our senses we can uplift ourselves to
    • The priests of ancient Egypt knew this, and they said: The further we
    • herself in the health of man from the Spiritual World so said the
    • new seed for all future time should be laid within the cold ground of
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • said which many of you know already, but in order to grasp our vast
    • solidification of the earth. Paul said, referring to this: “The
    • body, and who said to him: “Thou must be like unto me when in future
    • From all that has been said you can see that our earth is embedded in
    • it all. At the same time a foundation has been laid on which we can
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • the bodily manifestation of this Spiritual Kingdom. (When I said that
    • streams down to us, hence I said that light is the garment of these
    • opposer had killed Osiris,” they said, and the forces which were
    • described it pictorially as follows they said, “At the time the
    • Scorpion. Therefore the priests of Egypt said: “When the sun was
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • What was said just now regarding the Elohim and Jehovah applies to the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the, Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • his ego. We have already said that certain beings had remained behind
    • Christ Principle. The Luciferic beings might have said If we leave man
    • backwards over the course of his evolution he said to himself: I look
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    • Let us now recall how it was said that the Egyptian religion repeated
    • snake stage, when those elemental Beings set to work of whom we said
    • They said: In form we are similar to man, but our true home is not on
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    • You will have already gathered from what has been said that in
    • group-soul directs them as to how they shall act. Can it be said that
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    • am” were laid down in man. By learning to perceive the objects
    • understand his true position. We have said that the earth is the
    • possessions more than material life, were said to have died ignobly,
    • enter into the feelings of these ancient Europeans. They said: “I
    • strange to them; they said: “We can bring spirit into the
    • physical plane and can cultivate it here.” They paid attention to
    • the stars they said: “Those stars are not Maya, they are not mere
    • approaching Christ. “One day,” they said, “He will
    • symbolically, only too much stress must not be laid on such things;
    • vulnerable? The place on which later the cross was laid on Him for
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • consciousness. So far special stress has been laid on the state of
    • beings of whom we said that they had passed through their human stage
    • We have already said that in the Atlantean epoch, during sleep, man
    • From the nature of the conditions laid down in my book
    • said: “The kingdom of Osiris will be established again upon
    • From what has been said you will see that throughout evolution the
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    • are made on this subject. In them it is said that our evolution runs
    • appear to a superficial view, all that was laid down during the
    • Consider the Scholastics. They said: Faith was given to man by Christ,
    • science to prove revealed truth. At its prime it said: Men can gaze
    • of constructive thinking were laid. Later, this constructive thinking
    • From all that has been said you can see how secret channels connect
    • So the ancient seed laid down in the Egyptian period re-appears, not
    • Eastern standpoint does not allow this. If it is said that Buddha is
    • things. If it is said that this is of little importance: it is not the
    • that this etheric body had been laid hold of by the being whom we call
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    • that of Kant, who said: In every domain of science there is
    • now, what is actually meant when it is said
    • Embryology. If DuBois-Raymond had said that the detailed
    • heavens, as to what must be said to the people, what
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    • especially of the sex-cells, without calling to our aid the
    • anything like what I said yesterday. For the evolution of our
    • on all sorts of complicated curves. Copernicus said, in
    • movement is now attributed to the Sun, which is said to move
    • aforesaid ‘inclination’ (?) of the Earth's axis,
    • phenomena with the human being, when I said that we must see
    • what is the connection: (I will, as I said, first make a few
    • the Moon. It may be that a great deal of what has been said
    • phenomena can be studied; phenomena which are overlaid by
    • said, felt most inspired to poetry, to the writing of his
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    • Now as we said, to the modern, purely
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    • a rule apparently self-evident. It will be said
    • his third Law, quoted yesterday — it must be said that
    • We have said that the planes of the planetary orbits are
    • said to form Nodes. The lines, joining the two Nodes
    • At each line he said ‘etc.’
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    • whether with the naked eye or with the aid of instruments, we
    • geometrically. As I said yesterday, in studying the celestial
    • said, must be presumed to have gone before this
    • aid the physiological knowledge at your disposal, and the
    • Astronomy will not quite go into our head. This is not said
    • perception. This world, they said, can be grasped neither by
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    • said so far, that in the explanation of natural phenomena we
    • outward into celestial space — whether with the unaided
    • thoroughgoing Realist. The Nominalists, he said, assert that
    • As I said
    • some future time inevitably be laid waste again; they will be
    • — we find great attention paid to the Platonic Year. I
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    • true World-picture. I shall again refer to what was said
    • latter. Remembering what was said in the last few lectures,
    • or — as has since been said, rather more abstractly
    • appearance, even if calling in the aid of telescopes,
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    • observed directly with the outer senses aided, no doubt, by
    • said, will give us indications of what the real movements in
    • now living. Before the last Ice-Age, we said, there must have
    • inner quality, we said, of this part of our inner life is
    • nature (I said, you will remember, it is there in man too but
    • said before, would have died long ago. It lives by virtue of
    • said, leaving this aside, there was one thing which emerged
    • such things at all. Kepler said: In the great Universe
    • it. I said that when we look at the phenomena of warmth in
    • terms. I said that in the formulae of Physics, wherever the
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    • study quite familiar curves. (As I said, many of you already
    • great value is laid upon the forming of such thoughts in
    • is said. For you see, the connection which must be formed
    • interior of the human being. The only thing to be said
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    • are only to be set on a real basis, if one knows (as I said,
    • said before. Our attention is drawn to what underlies the
    • secure than the method used today with the aid of microscope
    • to what I aid yesterday, for example, in regard to the
    • of what I said yesterday, namely, that the Cassini Curve is
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    • aspect which emerges for man's powers of observation, aided
    • interpret them we go as far as this, calling to our aid
    • said to be the mere appearance of the Heavens — asking
    • I have said to be in some way true. Suppose for instance that
    • it. (As I said, we are only giving indications for further
    • addition what I said before, I said, with regard to the
    • in mind all we have said in these days of the relation of the
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    • ellipse in which the Earth is said to be going round the Sun,
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    • school. Here it cannot be said that the forming of
    • Ptolemaists said: For Mercury and Venus the centres of the
    • 'Truth is', they said to themselves, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn
    • man. (The symbolism of our diagram is justified; as I said
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    • I said yesterday. And inasmuch as man was thus alive and
    • do the system justice. If he had simply said, "Up yonder is
    • Nature-kingdoms. We can imagine, I said, a line that forks
    • As I said
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    • what was said before that the metamorphosis must be so
    • understanding of what was said before about the human being
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    • tired is, as I said, a symptomatic concomitant of movement
    • out many connecting links. Human movement, as we said just
    • unfolding of our will, as I have said again and again, we are
    • to go on experimenting in the old ways. As I said in the
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    • as I said before, you are really dealing with geometrical
    • outside, — then, as I said before, we never get beyond
    • be said to move his centre of gravity parallel to the surface
    • said yesterday. The constitution of the Sun, I said, —
    • said just now, I want to give you something more substantial.
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    • what I said yesterday about the opposite character of Earth
    • the Astral too. However, as I said before, this only in
    • plant, following what was said in preceding lectures.
    • and what we see is only a point at the periphery of the said
    • you will find that what has here been said about the contrast
    • we must do, as I said before, is to devise new kinds of
    • like to have said to you in conclusion. For the rest, I would
    • Newtonian. He said, it is in fact impossible for any man to
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    • actually in everything that must be said on this subject, preeminently
    • world. You know how frequently I have referred to all that can be said in
    • true that all kinds of elegant things, most elegant things, are said
    • without it for the rest of life. In future, stress must be laid on this
    • today we still hear it said that lectures should be given as little space
    • this stage in education it must be said that a certain educational
    • constitutional law or statistics. As I said, these things have improved;
    • them in a positive way they could have said: we won't bother about the
    • anthroposophy in these lectures, but what is said about natural science,
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    • experience. In the educational sphere itself a great deal is said against
    • thing of this kind is said it may perhaps be considered paradoxical; it
    • must be said today, however, for it is of the utmost importance. The loss
    • today by listening to what is said here as if it were a novelette; the
    • It may well be said that
    • something of the matter in question said either nothing or what, because
    • returning to their homes. It is obviously untrue when today it is said
    • enter into what is said from this region make the best educators and
    • Grimm. “In the nineties of last century this man said: When we
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    • being said that it is a consequence, an outcome, of what was wished from
    • As I have already said,
    • not a necessity in human evolution — today this can be said
    • must be founded. Truth should not be forsworn in anything that is said.
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    • later, but, as I have said, there are so many things which must
    • mankind. When a thing of this kind is said, the question at
    • opposite of that which Spencer has laid down as a true
    • abstract principles of education, for it was said that we
    • to paint or model according to the principles laid down by the
    • much confidence in yourself and then had said at the end of the
    • he, as is sometimes said with such self-satisfaction, is



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