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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Since then Christian consciousness still preserves this primeval
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • Since then Christian consciousness still preserves this primeval
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • containing the German texts is entitled, Christus und die menschliche
    • und Christentum (Vol. 155 in the Bibliographic Survey). The lecture
    • ANTHROPOSOPHY AND CHRISTIANITY
    • — or anthroposophy, as it may also be called — to Christianity. In
    • accused of not being a Christian. And now it is easy in certain
    • respects to accuse spiritual science of being unchristian. When this
    • Spiritual science does not want to usurp the place of Christianity; on
    • the contrary it would like to be instrumental in making Christianity
    • the being whom we call Christ is to be recognized as the center of
    • life on earth, that the Christian religion is the ultimate religion
    • that the pre-Christian religions outgrow their one-sidedness and come
    • together in the Christian faith. It is not the desire of spiritual
    • science to set something else in the place of Christianity; rather it
    • Christianity.
    • liberty of calling a book on Christianity that I wrote many years ago
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact. No one used to mulling over what he
    • Christianity is not a mere doctrine to be interpreted this way or
    • truth of Christianity change when spiritual science is used as a tool
    • draw your attention to one concrete aspect of Christian spiritual
    • research. Studying ancient pre-Christian cultures from the viewpoint
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • containing the German texts is entitled, Christus und die menschliche
    • und Christentum (Vol. 155 in the Bibliographic Survey). The lecture
    • ANTHROPOSOPHY AND CHRISTIANITY
    • — or anthroposophy, as it may also be called — to Christianity. In
    • accused of not being a Christian. And now it is easy in certain
    • respects to accuse spiritual science of being unchristian. When this
    • Spiritual science does not want to usurp the place of Christianity; on
    • the contrary it would like to be instrumental in making Christianity
    • the being whom we call Christ is to be recognized as the center of
    • life on earth, that the Christian religion is the ultimate religion
    • that the pre-Christian religions outgrow their one-sidedness and come
    • together in the Christian faith. It is not the desire of spiritual
    • science to set something else in the place of Christianity; rather it
    • Christianity.
    • liberty of calling a book on Christianity that I wrote many years ago
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact. No one used to mulling over what he
    • Christianity is not a mere doctrine to be interpreted this way or
    • truth of Christianity change when spiritual science is used as a tool
    • draw your attention to one concrete aspect of Christian spiritual
    • research. Studying ancient pre-Christian cultures from the viewpoint
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  • Title: The Bridge Between Universal Spirituality and the Physical Constitution of Man
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    • Sun with the physical sun is the Christ-Secret.
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • to communicate the Christ-Secret to the world. But in our age it is
    • desired that the connection of Christ, the spiritual Sun, with the
    • rage most violently of all when we speak of the Christ Mystery in
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Rudolf Steiner had begun a scaled-down model of the Christ sculpture
    • that the Christ figure in the sculptured group would have to be
    • relates the significance of the Lucifer-Christ-Ahriman configuration
    • Christ's central, but equalizing position and Central Europe's mission
    • perception of life and by striving for an encounter with the Christ.
    • it was not the Christ, but Adolf Hitler who, under the guise of
    • As it stands today, Rudolf Steiner's call to instate the Christ in His
    • CHRIST IN RELATION TOLUCIFER AND AHRIMAN
    • highest human principle in the evolution of the earth-the Christ, who
    • of Nazareth. A special task in the portrayal of this Christ figure
    • of spiritual refinement, which descended with the Christ from cosmic
    • the other to the right of the Christ figure, if that is the proper
    • name for the figure that I have just sketched. This Christ figure is
    • abyss. One feature in the Christ figure that must be worked out with
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • When this being comes into proximity with the Christ being, he feels
    • Imagine, for example, an artistic portrayal of the Christ suggesting
    • abyss. In that case it would be the Christ Himself who irradiated this
    • the Christ figure. There, the rock will have a ledge and, therefore,
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • Rudolf Steiner had begun a scaled-down model of the Christ sculpture
    • that the Christ figure in the sculptured group would have to be
    • relates the significance of the Lucifer-Christ-Ahriman configuration
    • Christ's central, but equalizing position and Central Europe's mission
    • perception of life and by striving for an encounter with the Christ.
    • it was not the Christ, but Adolf Hitler who, under the guise of
    • As it stands today, Rudolf Steiner's call to instate the Christ in His
    • CHRIST IN RELATION TOLUCIFER AND AHRIMAN
    • highest human principle in the evolution of the earth-the Christ, who
    • of Nazareth. A special task in the portrayal of this Christ figure
    • of spiritual refinement, which descended with the Christ from cosmic
    • the other to the right of the Christ figure, if that is the proper
    • name for the figure that I have just sketched. This Christ figure is
    • abyss. One feature in the Christ figure that must be worked out with
    • wings. It must not appear, however, as if the Christ Himself were
    • figures must be portrayed artistically to show how the Christ, by the
    • When this being comes into proximity with the Christ being, he feels
    • Imagine, for example, an artistic portrayal of the Christ suggesting
    • abyss. In that case it would be the Christ Himself who irradiated this
    • the Christ figure. There, the rock will have a ledge and, therefore,
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • twenty-two others, is entitled: Das esoterische Christentum
    • from the wounds of Jesus Christ.
    • Golgotha the etherised blood of Christ Jesus has been present in the
    • is supremely important. If what has thus come to pass through Christ
    • it has always been possibe for the etheric blood of Christ to flow
    • blood-stream unites with the blood-stream of Christ Jesus. A union of
    • unfold true understanding of what is contained in the Christ Impulse.
    • epoch. At the time when Christ Jesus lived on Earth, preceding
    • this event is the appearance of the Christ as an Etheric Being in
    • contradistinction to the Physical Christ of Palestine. For we have
    • now reached the point of time when the Etheric Christ enters into the
    • century. A number of individuals will see the Etheric Christ and will
    • Christ draws near to them. In only a few decades from now it will
    • or that. The truth is that Christ has come to him, although he
    • to turn. The door will open, and the etheric Christ will appear and
    • speak words of consolation to him. The Christ will become a living
    • waiting, they will see the Etheric Christ. He will Himself be there,
    • who experiences the awakening soul through Christ, the Christ who will
    • acquire forces that make for unification. In very truth Christ brings
    • that Christ lived for three years on the Earth in a human body
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    • twenty-two others, is entitled: Das esoterische Christentum
    • from the wounds of Jesus Christ.
    • Golgotha the etherised blood of Christ Jesus has been present in the
    • is supremely important. If what has thus come to pass through Christ
    • it has always been possibe for the etheric blood of Christ to flow
    • blood-stream unites with the blood-stream of Christ Jesus. A union of
    • unfold true understanding of what is contained in the Christ Impulse.
    • epoch. At the time when Christ Jesus lived on Earth, preceding
    • this event is the appearance of the Christ as an Etheric Being in
    • contradistinction to the Physical Christ of Palestine. For we have
    • now reached the point of time when the Etheric Christ enters into the
    • century. A number of individuals will see the Etheric Christ and will
    • Christ draws near to them. In only a few decades from now it will
    • or that. The truth is that Christ has come to him, although he
    • to turn. The door will open, and the etheric Christ will appear and
    • speak words of consolation to him. The Christ will become a living
    • waiting, they will see the Etheric Christ. He will Himself be there,
    • who experiences the awakening soul through Christ, the Christ who will
    • acquire forces that make for unification. In very truth Christ brings
    • that Christ lived for three years on the Earth in a human body
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • In our present civilization we need, above all, a new knowledge of Christ.
    • This new Christ knowledge is to be gained increasingly through the effects
    • official seal of Christianity is antagonistic to this new knowledge. It
    • deeper understanding of selflessness than that offered by Christ's
    • appearance upon earth. To know Christ is to go through the school of
    • Christ did for earthly evolution was included in the fundamental impulse
    • the earth. The Being whom we acknowledge as the Christ clothed
    • was thus permeated by the Christ. Through this means a force was
    • the splendor of surrounding nature is Christ's first sacrifice. By ensouling
    • I owe to Christ's first sacrifice in preparation for the Mystery of
    • observation and enjoyment of nature will be permeated by Christ; when
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • second step was taken toward the Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ Being
    • second Christ event. We see in perspective for the future that the human
    • organs because not I alone have developed myself in the world, but Christ
    • most comprehensive sense, that we say, “Not I, but Christ in me.”
    • Christ provided for the complete evolution of humanity.
    • harmonious working of the Christ. In consequence, toward the end of the
    • Atlantean evolution, the third Christ event occurred. Once more the
    • Christ Being ensouled Himself in an archangel, and the power thus
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  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • In our present civilization we need, above all, a new knowledge of Christ.
    • This new Christ knowledge is to be gained increasingly through the effects
    • official seal of Christianity is antagonistic to this new knowledge. It
    • deeper understanding of selflessness than that offered by Christ's
    • appearance upon earth. To know Christ is to go through the school of
    • Christ did for earthly evolution was included in the fundamental impulse
    • the earth. The Being whom we acknowledge as the Christ clothed
    • was thus permeated by the Christ. Through this means a force was
    • the splendor of surrounding nature is Christ's first sacrifice. By ensouling
    • I owe to Christ's first sacrifice in preparation for the Mystery of
    • observation and enjoyment of nature will be permeated by Christ; when
    • realize that it is not ourselves, but Christ within our senses Who enables
    • second step was taken toward the Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ Being
    • second Christ event. We see in perspective for the future that the human
    • organs because not I alone have developed myself in the world, but Christ
    • most comprehensive sense, that we say, “Not I, but Christ in me.”
    • Christ provided for the complete evolution of humanity.
    • harmonious working of the Christ. In consequence, toward the end of the
    • Atlantean evolution, the third Christ event occurred. Once more the
    • Christ Being ensouled Himself in an archangel, and the power thus
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  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • Christian philosopher absolutely recognized as such by the Catholic Church,
    • redemption; the doctrine of the incarnation of Christ in Jesus of Nazareth
    • that such a mode of thinking cannot be called non-Christian.
    • of the Roman Empire at the beginning of our Christian Era, and observe the
    • rise of Christianity from that time on. How far removed was this
    • Christianity at that time in Rome from any of the subjects considered
    • in the catacombs; let us look at the Christian life beginning to burst into
    • this place some centuries later. Christianity had ascended from the caverns,
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    • Christian philosopher absolutely recognized as such by the Catholic Church,
    • redemption; the doctrine of the incarnation of Christ in Jesus of Nazareth
    • that such a mode of thinking cannot be called non-Christian.
    • of the Roman Empire at the beginning of our Christian Era, and observe the
    • rise of Christianity from that time on. How far removed was this
    • Christianity at that time in Rome from any of the subjects considered
    • in the catacombs; let us look at the Christian life beginning to burst into
    • this place some centuries later. Christianity had ascended from the caverns,
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • This lecture. Von Jesus zu Christus, was given by Rudolf
    • From Jesus to Christ.
    • humanity pertains to the subject of today's lecture, that is, Christ
    • the Christ Jesus Event. Statements of religious creeds concerning this
    • What the spiritual investigator thereby learns of Christ Jesus calls
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • Mysticism of Christianity because I did not intend to deal with this
    • topic, nor was it entitled Christian Mysticism because I did not
    • intend to write on that theme, the mystical life of the Christian,
    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • entrance of Christianity into mankind's development, can be
    • The origin and development of Christianity can be understood only when
    • Gospels, we now see Christ Jesus entering the evolution of the world.
    • Spiritual science thus regards Christ Jesus as one who inherently
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • was in this year that he received the Christ. Into his fully
    • the life of Christ Jesus from the Baptism in the Jordan to His
    • cosmos happened in such a way that within the man Jesus, Christ
    • Christ passed while living in the body of Jesus brought about the
    • resurrection of Christ. Ever since the Mystery of Golgotha man lives
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    • This lecture. Von Jesus zu Christus, was given by Rudolf
    • From Jesus to Christ.
    • humanity pertains to the subject of today's lecture, that is, Christ
    • the Christ Jesus Event. Statements of religious creeds concerning this
    • What the spiritual investigator thereby learns of Christ Jesus calls
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • Mysticism of Christianity because I did not intend to deal with this
    • topic, nor was it entitled Christian Mysticism because I did not
    • intend to write on that theme, the mystical life of the Christian,
    • either. What I sought to show was that the Christ impulse, the
    • entrance of Christianity into mankind's development, can be
    • The origin and development of Christianity can be understood only when
    • Gospels, we now see Christ Jesus entering the evolution of the world.
    • Spiritual science thus regards Christ Jesus as one who inherently
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • was in this year that he received the Christ. Into his fully
    • the life of Christ Jesus from the Baptism in the Jordan to His
    • cosmos happened in such a way that within the man Jesus, Christ
    • Christ passed while living in the body of Jesus brought about the
    • resurrection of Christ. Ever since the Mystery of Golgotha man lives
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  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • too then faded out; during the fourth century after Christ it vanished
    • Christ remained. Man can now call this force to life within him, if he
    • in effect: Since the Middle Ages your knowledge of the Christ has died
    • out. No longer have you any real knowledge of the Christ, for he alone
    • the Christ. Hence you must first let teachers come to you from India,
    • from Asia, to teach you Christianity again. You can actually read it
    • come to you from Asia; they will be able to tell you what Christ
    • of the Middle Ages you have lost your knowledge of the Christ.
    • knowledge of the Christ, the wisdom of the Christ can be regained.
    • Christ is the Being who came down from spiritual worlds into the
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    • too then faded out; during the fourth century after Christ it vanished
    • Christ remained. Man can now call this force to life within him, if he
    • in effect: Since the Middle Ages your knowledge of the Christ has died
    • out. No longer have you any real knowledge of the Christ, for he alone
    • the Christ. Hence you must first let teachers come to you from India,
    • from Asia, to teach you Christianity again. You can actually read it
    • come to you from Asia; they will be able to tell you what Christ
    • of the Middle Ages you have lost your knowledge of the Christ.
    • knowledge of the Christ, the wisdom of the Christ can be regained.
    • Christ is the Being who came down from spiritual worlds into the
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • be impaired by our teachings concerning Jesus Christ that encompass such a
    • now that Christmas is with us. The souls that are carried off by devils
    • Christmas plays. We can see how the legend of the Child brought to the
    • knowledge of man his relationship with Christ Jesus. He needs this
    • year with the divine impulse of the Christ.
    • received the ego of Zarathustra in his twelfth year and the Christ in his
    • of Golgotha and prepares himself for the approaching Christmas festival. In
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • Child on Christmas Eve. Although we must acquire other feelings than those
    • simple Christmas play. Indeed, we, too, feel just as happy when we see such
    • depths of the human soul. When we celebrate the Christmas festival, we must
    • indeed true that the Christ being entered the aura of the earth. True also
    • Were Christ to be born
    • memories during the Christmas festival.
    • experience as Christmas feeling arising from our anthroposophical world
    • In the blessed Light of Christmas,
    • See Christmas Plays from Oberufer, translated by A.C Harwood.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • be impaired by our teachings concerning Jesus Christ that encompass such a
    • now that Christmas is with us. The souls that are carried off by devils
    • Christmas plays. We can see how the legend of the Child brought to the
    • knowledge of man his relationship with Christ Jesus. He needs this
    • year with the divine impulse of the Christ.
    • received the ego of Zarathustra in his twelfth year and the Christ in his
    • of Golgotha and prepares himself for the approaching Christmas festival. In
    • that can never be abandoned. The Christ impulse, related to all human life
    • Child on Christmas Eve. Although we must acquire other feelings than those
    • simple Christmas play. Indeed, we, too, feel just as happy when we see such
    • depths of the human soul. When we celebrate the Christmas festival, we must
    • indeed true that the Christ being entered the aura of the earth. True also
    • Were Christ to be born
    • memories during the Christmas festival.
    • experience as Christmas feeling arising from our anthroposophical world
    • In the blessed Light of Christmas,
    • See Christmas Plays from Oberufer, translated by A.C Harwood.
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • science imagines that in future we shall see Christ in an etheric shape,
    • the moment when the etheric shape of Christ shall appear to us, and so
    • of all discover the Christ, and in His following we shall gradually
    • right and that is not right”, or “this is not Christian
    • and that is not Christian”, and so forth. But if the impulses
    • of the evolution of the world. “CHRIST SEES US” ... let us
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    • science imagines that in future we shall see Christ in an etheric shape,
    • the moment when the etheric shape of Christ shall appear to us, and so
    • of all discover the Christ, and in His following we shall gradually
    • right and that is not right”, or “this is not Christian
    • and that is not Christian”, and so forth. But if the impulses
    • of the evolution of the world. “CHRIST SEES US” ... let us
  • Title: Lecture: Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
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    • Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
    • Christ-Being with the body of Jesus of Nazareth, and that thereby a
    • Being moving on the physical plane the Cosmic Christ was present in
    • himself ready to receive the Christ-Being. This event is indicated
    • the Christ-Being. At His death the Christ-Being poured Himself out
    • Christ-Being. This is the essential fact in the Mystery of Golgotha
    • the Christ-Being. He who was later the Nathan-Jesus had been present
    • he was permeated by the Christ-Being.
    • permeation by the Christ-Impulse. As in Christ Jesus we have a Man
    • permeated with the Christ-Impulse, so it may be said that three times
    • Christ Jesus; there are no means whereby we can make him understand
    • first begins to lisp, accustom him to pronounce the name of Christ,
    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
    • glimmerings of a feeling for Christ. Nor during the first few years
    • ideas about Christ without dogma, and all we can convey by means of
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • If, during the old Lemurian epoch, the first Christ-Event had not
    • Christ-Being.
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
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    • Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ
    • Christ-Being with the body of Jesus of Nazareth, and that thereby a
    • Being moving on the physical plane the Cosmic Christ was present in
    • himself ready to receive the Christ-Being. This event is indicated
    • the Christ-Being. At His death the Christ-Being poured Himself out
    • Christ-Being. This is the essential fact in the Mystery of Golgotha
    • the Christ-Being. He who was later the Nathan-Jesus had been present
    • he was permeated by the Christ-Being.
    • permeation by the Christ-Impulse. As in Christ Jesus we have a Man
    • permeated with the Christ-Impulse, so it may be said that three times
    • Christ Jesus; there are no means whereby we can make him understand
    • first begins to lisp, accustom him to pronounce the name of Christ,
    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
    • glimmerings of a feeling for Christ. Nor during the first few years
    • ideas about Christ without dogma, and all we can convey by means of
    • words and ideas containing something of the Christ-Impulse, will be of
    • Christ in quite a different way from before. For just as the Mystery
    • If, during the old Lemurian epoch, the first Christ-Event had not
    • Christ-Being.
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
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  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • that the Christianity of Western Europe has not succeeded in
    • over him. We should never believe Christ to be God if He did not prove
    • his identity. But Christ did so, inasmuch as He has risen, inasmuch as
    • solely upon the actual, historical resurrection of Christ, Who, as
    • realize that a God exists. If Christ had not risen, all our belief
    • Christ had not risen, the world would be meaningless, therefore Christ
    • of the greatest thinkers of Eastern Europe: “If Christ had not
    • risen the world would be senseless, therefore Christ has risen.”
    • when I say, if Christ had not risen the world would be senseless;
    • therefore Christ has risen — but this is far better logic than
    • realization we try to prepare for actual experience of the Christ. We
    • desire to comprehend the living Christ, accepting all these things, of
    • accept all that the Christ unceasingly promises us. For He speaks not
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • “Not I but the Christ in me!” Of all St. Paul's
    • Christ in me.” For thereby we realize: Wherever we may turn,
    • another. In seeking the living Christ we also follow Him through death
    • take the Resurrection as our starting point. We follow the Christ,
    • imaginations. We follow the Christ until death. We follow Him not only
    • saying: In Christo Morimur, In Christ we die.
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    • that the Christianity of Western Europe has not succeeded in
    • over him. We should never believe Christ to be God if He did not prove
    • his identity. But Christ did so, inasmuch as He has risen, inasmuch as
    • solely upon the actual, historical resurrection of Christ, Who, as
    • realize that a God exists. If Christ had not risen, all our belief
    • Christ had not risen, the world would be meaningless, therefore Christ
    • of the greatest thinkers of Eastern Europe: “If Christ had not
    • risen the world would be senseless, therefore Christ has risen.”
    • when I say, if Christ had not risen the world would be senseless;
    • therefore Christ has risen — but this is far better logic than
    • realization we try to prepare for actual experience of the Christ. We
    • desire to comprehend the living Christ, accepting all these things, of
    • accept all that the Christ unceasingly promises us. For He speaks not
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • “Not I but the Christ in me!” Of all St. Paul's
    • Christ in me.” For thereby we realize: Wherever we may turn,
    • another. In seeking the living Christ we also follow Him through death
    • take the Resurrection as our starting point. We follow the Christ,
    • imaginations. We follow the Christ until death. We follow Him not only
    • saying: In Christo Morimur, In Christ we die.
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  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • IN THE FESTIVAL of Christmas something is given to Christendom that
    • directs the thoughts of all circles of Christian people straight to the
    • of Christmas.
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha when we remember that the Christ who went
    • that Christ went through the Mystery of Golgotha. It is appropriate for us
    • to study this Mystery of Golgotha — and the mystery of Christmas belongs to
    • Christ Jesus to that being whose outer reflection appears in the sun. The
    • followers and representatives of the Christian impulse were not always so
    • the sun and the mystery of Christ as the decadent present-day
    • representatives of Christianity so often are. Dionysius the Areopagite,
    • However, we must understand the mystery of Christmas in a far wider
    • mystery of Isis and that which also lives in Christianity, we need only
    • entirely Christian spirit, this picture is, after all, nothing more than a
    • right up to our own days — namely, to see the story of Christ Jesus and all
    • Christianity As Mystical Fact
    • congruence between what appears in Christianity and the old pagan mysteries.
    • in a Christian sense. For the Egyptians, Osiris was a kind of
    • representative of the Christ who had not yet arrived on earth. In their own
    • imagine that our being of the sun, the Christ, who has passed through the
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
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    • IN THE FESTIVAL of Christmas something is given to Christendom that
    • directs the thoughts of all circles of Christian people straight to the
    • of Christmas.
    • since the Mystery of Golgotha when we remember that the Christ who went
    • that Christ went through the Mystery of Golgotha. It is appropriate for us
    • to study this Mystery of Golgotha — and the mystery of Christmas belongs to
    • Christ Jesus to that being whose outer reflection appears in the sun. The
    • followers and representatives of the Christian impulse were not always so
    • the sun and the mystery of Christ as the decadent present-day
    • representatives of Christianity so often are. Dionysius the Areopagite,
    • However, we must understand the mystery of Christmas in a far wider
    • mystery of Isis and that which also lives in Christianity, we need only
    • entirely Christian spirit, this picture is, after all, nothing more than a
    • right up to our own days — namely, to see the story of Christ Jesus and all
    • Christianity As Mystical Fact
    • congruence between what appears in Christianity and the old pagan mysteries.
    • in a Christian sense. For the Egyptians, Osiris was a kind of
    • representative of the Christ who had not yet arrived on earth. In their own
    • imagine that our being of the sun, the Christ, who has passed through the
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
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  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • principally to the Father God, and in Christ he had the Son of God. In God
    • ‘Not I, but Christ in me’. Now man can so direct his inner life as
    • to let the Christ-impulse come to flower in him; he can let Christ's life
    • and feels there the flowing, living presence of the Christ, he will receive
    • Christ-impulse are intimately bound up with the attainment of human
    • time, and is still in force today. But the experience of Christ in man is
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    • principally to the Father God, and in Christ he had the Son of God. In God
    • ‘Not I, but Christ in me’. Now man can so direct his inner life as
    • to let the Christ-impulse come to flower in him; he can let Christ's life
    • and feels there the flowing, living presence of the Christ, he will receive
    • Christ-impulse are intimately bound up with the attainment of human
    • time, and is still in force today. But the experience of Christ in man is
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • development, which began in the 15th century of our Christian era, is
    • the ensuing periods of earth evolution as the Christ Impulse. We have
    • often said that just in our age a reappearance of the Etheric Christ
    • will take place. This reappearance of the Christ is indeed not far
    • self-seeking, theosophical theories. The Christ Impulse has various
    • wisdom wants to be realized and the Christ Impulse will be a help in
    • one side stands the Christ Being, calling us of our own free will to
    • the world, unite!” But we unite by striving to realize the Christ
    • Impulse, by doing those things which are the will of Christ for this
    • super-sensible world, the Christ Spirit and the adversary, the
    • strongly as the missionaries of the Christ-Spirit today, who have to
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • a revised translation by Christopher Schaefer of a lecture given by
    • development, which began in the 15th century of our Christian era, is
    • the ensuing periods of earth evolution as the Christ Impulse. We have
    • often said that just in our age a reappearance of the Etheric Christ
    • will take place. This reappearance of the Christ is indeed not far
    • self-seeking, theosophical theories. The Christ Impulse has various
    • wisdom wants to be realized and the Christ Impulse will be a help in
    • one side stands the Christ Being, calling us of our own free will to
    • the world, unite!” But we unite by striving to realize the Christ
    • Impulse, by doing those things which are the will of Christ for this
    • super-sensible world, the Christ Spirit and the adversary, the
    • strongly as the missionaries of the Christ-Spirit today, who have to
  • Title: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Emperor Constantine. It was under him that Christianity assumed the
    • ancient memorials which Christianity, assuming a material form for the
    • Indeed during the first centuries of Christendom, Christ was still a
    • whose task it was to bring Christianity to the world. And out of the
    • knowledge that the Palladium was guarded in Rome, the early Christians
    • But when, under Constantine, Christianity was secularized, the
    • its further development Roman Christianity was deprived of the
    • Christianity in Rome in its rigid, mechanical forms. In the
    • secularization of Christianity brought about by Constantine, the
    • cosmic wisdom was lost to Christianity — and this comes to expression
    • Constantinople when Roman Christianity was secularized; they tell of
    • Constantine, in giving an externalized form of Christianity to the
    • Romans, took from them the light, the wisdom, and sent Christianity
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • Emperor Constantine. It was under him that Christianity assumed the
    • ancient memorials which Christianity, assuming a material form for the
    • Indeed during the first centuries of Christendom, Christ was still a
    • whose task it was to bring Christianity to the world. And out of the
    • knowledge that the Palladium was guarded in Rome, the early Christians
    • But when, under Constantine, Christianity was secularized, the
    • its further development Roman Christianity was deprived of the
    • Christianity in Rome in its rigid, mechanical forms. In the
    • secularization of Christianity brought about by Constantine, the
    • cosmic wisdom was lost to Christianity — and this comes to expression
    • Constantinople when Roman Christianity was secularized; they tell of
    • Constantine, in giving an externalized form of Christianity to the
    • Romans, took from them the light, the wisdom, and sent Christianity
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • the Christmas, the Easter and the Whitsuntide festivals. And we may
    • into connection, into relationship, with that in which the Christian
    • festivals also differ as regards the human soul-forces. Christmas
    • popular in the same sense as the Christmas festival.
    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • these yearly celebrations. The way in which the Christmas mystery
    • manifold ways; and with the recurrence of the Christmas festival
    • Christmas-Thought from the most varied standpoints. This time let us
    • the Christmas mystery in the light of the Gospels.
    • In the Gospels we find a twofold announcement of the birth of Christ
    • fields. An Angel announces the birth of Christ Jesus to them
    • where Christ Jesus was born, were in a special condition. And a second
    • they followed a star which announced to them the advent of Christ
    • dream-experience, in inward perception, by the event of Christ Jesus'
    • of Mystery-schooling in my book “Christianity as a Mystical
    • and by its means they knew of the advent of the Christ-Being.
    • Whence came this Christ-Being? He came out of that time which we live
    • Golgotha, the Christmas Mystery.
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    • We really have three such times of festival in Christian tradition:
    • the Christmas, the Easter and the Whitsuntide festivals. And we may
    • into connection, into relationship, with that in which the Christian
    • festivals also differ as regards the human soul-forces. Christmas
    • popular in the same sense as the Christmas festival.
    • world to which the Christ-Being as such belongs. The carrying over of
    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • these yearly celebrations. The way in which the Christmas mystery
    • manifold ways; and with the recurrence of the Christmas festival
    • Christmas-Thought from the most varied standpoints. This time let us
    • the Christmas mystery in the light of the Gospels.
    • In the Gospels we find a twofold announcement of the birth of Christ
    • fields. An Angel announces the birth of Christ Jesus to them
    • where Christ Jesus was born, were in a special condition. And a second
    • they followed a star which announced to them the advent of Christ
    • dream-experience, in inward perception, by the event of Christ Jesus'
    • of Mystery-schooling in my book “Christianity as a Mystical
    • and by its means they knew of the advent of the Christ-Being.
    • Whence came this Christ-Being? He came out of that time which we live
    • Golgotha, the Christmas Mystery.
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  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • It is the same thing which, in the Christian religion, we find
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • been interpreted through history; esoteric, inner Christianity is the
    • living teaching of the Risen Christ: resurrection. Today it lies in the
    • Auferstehung. Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity (pub. 1948).
    • EXOTERIC and ESOTERIC CHRISTIANITY
    • Christianity, too, especially as far as its central point, the
    • contemplation of Christianity, accessible to all the world, is
    • contemplation, there has always been an esoteric Christianity for
    • of an esoteric Christianity.
    • gathered of the intercourse of the Christ who had passed through
    • esoteric Christianity. You know already that the Gospels contain very
    • little about the intercourse of the risen Christ with his disciples.
    • Christ with his disciples, can indeed give us an inkling and a
    • the earth through the Christ who rose from the dead. But we cannot go
    • us that he was able to believe in Christ only from the moment in
    • which the Christ appeared to him through the event at Damascus. This
    • gave him the sure knowledge that Christ had passed through death and
    • earth as the living Christ. The event at Damascus gave Paul a
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • been interpreted through history; esoteric, inner Christianity is the
    • living teaching of the Risen Christ: resurrection. Today it lies in the
    • Auferstehung. Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity (pub. 1948).
    • EXOTERIC and ESOTERIC CHRISTIANITY
    • Christianity, too, especially as far as its central point, the
    • contemplation of Christianity, accessible to all the world, is
    • contemplation, there has always been an esoteric Christianity for
    • of an esoteric Christianity.
    • gathered of the intercourse of the Christ who had passed through
    • esoteric Christianity. You know already that the Gospels contain very
    • little about the intercourse of the risen Christ with his disciples.
    • Christ with his disciples, can indeed give us an inkling and a
    • the earth through the Christ who rose from the dead. But we cannot go
    • us that he was able to believe in Christ only from the moment in
    • which the Christ appeared to him through the event at Damascus. This
    • gave him the sure knowledge that Christ had passed through death and
    • earth as the living Christ. The event at Damascus gave Paul a
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  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • general conception. The Christian principles of that time did not
  • Title: William Shakespeare
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    • his marked personality, the expression of Christian ideals of that
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • general conception. The Christian principles of that time did not
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    • the Christian ideas of that time. The Christian type of his time,
    • This was the general conception. The Christian principle had no
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    • This was the general conception. The Christian principle had no
  • Title: The Manicheans
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • ‘Paraclete’ or ‘Holy Spirit’ promised by Christ to
    • Western Christianity. Manicheanism is supposed to have taught that
    • pulsates in the Catholic Church is the Christian Life. (From the time
    • Christianity. This pulsating Life emerges again and again. (As for
    • example in the Christian Mystics.) The form is nothing else than the
    • Christianity. Christianity will appear in its perfected form in the
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • in addition, a form for the Christian Life of the Sixth Root Race must
    • organization, a Form, in which the Christianity of the Sixth Root Race
    • that was the contrast in the third and fourth centuries after Christ.
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • ‘Paraclete’ or ‘Holy Spirit’ promised by Christ to
    • Western Christianity. Manicheanism is supposed to have taught that
    • pulsates in the Catholic Church is the Christian Life. (From the time
    • Christianity. This pulsating Life emerges again and again. (As for
    • example in the Christian Mystics.) The form is nothing else than the
    • Christianity. Christianity will appear in its perfected form in the
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • in addition, a form for the Christian Life of the Sixth Root Race must
    • organization, a Form, in which the Christianity of the Sixth Root Race
    • that was the contrast in the third and fourth centuries after Christ.
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • moment of human evolution, appeared again so that Christ Jesus Himself could
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact.”
    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself —
    • companion of Christ Jesus — he is able to live over again what he
    • underwent when, through the Initiation of Christ Jesus, he, Lazarus, became
    • And all that he has painted in shining light for the followers of Christ
    • than the Christ Will and the Christ Power, going before in order to implant
    • in the right way into the Earth the Power of the Christ. If this Michael
    • He, the Christ-messenger, revealeth in you —
    • Bear the Christ-Word to Man.
    • Thus shall the Heralds of Christ appear
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    • moment of human evolution, appeared again so that Christ Jesus Himself could
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact.”
    • how the deeply Christian impulse that lives in Raphael, as it were impelling
    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself —
    • companion of Christ Jesus — he is able to live over again what he
    • underwent when, through the Initiation of Christ Jesus, he, Lazarus, became
    • And all that he has painted in shining light for the followers of Christ
    • than the Christ Will and the Christ Power, going before in order to implant
    • in the right way into the Earth the Power of the Christ. If this Michael
    • He, the Christ-messenger, revealeth in you —
    • Bear the Christ-Word to Man.
    • Thus shall the Heralds of Christ appear
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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  • Title: Elemental Beings and Human Destinies
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    • ‘After Christ had passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, He
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • elemental beings; but this sphere is interwoven for us with the Christ
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • united Himself. There we come to the place where the Christ is truly
    • you will find no mention of the continued working of the Christ
    • just as though the Christ Impulse had been simply struck out. It is
    • a Christian and had a true appreciation of the Christ Impulse from a
    • subjective aspect, simply cannot bring the Christ Event into his
    • the spirit, as manifested in history, Christianity is not yet there.
    • of the Christ Event as a cosmic event. Strange to say, while the
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • spiritual science has entered the field and speaks of the Christ Event
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • It must be said that even theologians today often speak of the Christ
    • The Essence of Christianity, and substitute for the name of
    • Christ, wherever he uses it, the general name of God, and this without
    • nature of Christianity. His book is page for page a description of the
    • very opposite of the essence of Christianity. It does not treat of
    • Christianity at all; it treats of a general Jahve teaching.
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    • ‘After Christ had passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, He
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • elemental beings; but this sphere is interwoven for us with the Christ
    • feelings — we dive down into the realm with which the Christ has
    • united Himself. There we come to the place where the Christ is truly
    • you will find no mention of the continued working of the Christ
    • just as though the Christ Impulse had been simply struck out. It is
    • a Christian and had a true appreciation of the Christ Impulse from a
    • subjective aspect, simply cannot bring the Christ Event into his
    • the spirit, as manifested in history, Christianity is not yet there.
    • of the Christ Event as a cosmic event. Strange to say, while the
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • spiritual science has entered the field and speaks of the Christ Event
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • It must be said that even theologians today often speak of the Christ
    • The Essence of Christianity, and substitute for the name of
    • Christ, wherever he uses it, the general name of God, and this without
    • nature of Christianity. His book is page for page a description of the
    • very opposite of the essence of Christianity. It does not treat of
    • Christianity at all; it treats of a general Jahve teaching.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Work of Secret Societies in the World
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    • poor man living among us has no meat at Christmas and we feel bound to give
    • him some in order that we may feel justified in eating our own Christmas
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    • poor man living among us has no meat at Christmas and we feel bound to give
    • him some in order that we may feel justified in eating our own Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Christianity: the hallowing of the personality, the full descent to
    • by another Being, the Christ, who represents the whole Fifth Root
    • Root Race. This can be done by Christ alone, who is the actual impulse
    • of the Fifth Root Race. The Manu had made the preparation. Christ
    • Christ is the inner, divine principle. He must pour Himself into the
    • own, which was the highest existing form of the law. But Christ had
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
    • this could have led to the spread of Christianity on the physical
    • become Christians.
    • The Jews provide form for Christ
    • The Greeks understand Christ
    • The Romans become Christians
    • Hence Christianity began to spread only after the destruction of
    • framework for the Christians was already prepared and was the
    • culmination already attained. Thus the Christian tradition is
    • preserved in the Brotherhood of the Holy Grail. Christianity is
    • Rishis who now experience the teaching in a Christian form and want
    • always to protect the original Christianity from degenerating.
    • From this stems the adaptation of the original form in which Christianity
    • original Christianity which had developed continuously from Dionysius
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  • Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
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    • Christianity: the hallowing of the personality, the full descent to
    • by another Being, the Christ, who represents the whole Fifth Root
    • Root Race. This can be done by Christ alone, who is the actual impulse
    • of the Fifth Root Race. The Manu had made the preparation. Christ
    • Christ is the inner, divine principle. He must pour Himself into the
    • own, which was the highest existing form of the law. But Christ had
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
    • this could have led to the spread of Christianity on the physical
    • become Christians.
    • The Jews provide form for Christ
    • The Greeks understand Christ
    • The Romans become Christians
    • Hence Christianity began to spread only after the destruction of
    • framework for the Christians was already prepared and was the
    • culmination already attained. Thus the Christian tradition is
    • preserved in the Brotherhood of the Holy Grail. Christianity is
    • Rishis who now experience the teaching in a Christian form and want
    • always to protect the original Christianity from degenerating.
    • From this stems the adaptation of the original form in which Christianity
    • original Christianity which had developed continuously from Dionysius
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  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum,
    • appearance of Christ on Earth, human beings — we
    • Christ on Earth we must have died in this third condition of
    • it. Since the appearance of Christ, the Christ-force has been
    • this third state of sleep, the Christ-force which came to be
    • the crystal but cannot emerge again without the Christ-Force.
    • significance of the Christ Impulse for the earthly life. Once
    • appearance of Christ on Earth, after the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • pagan consciousness but where, nevertheless, the Christ
    • need not have died had Christ come to their aid. This was felt,
    • into the mountain, and there it must wait until Christ should
    • Christ Impulse with the Earth since the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • This is connected with the Christ-force itself, not with belief
    • in the Christ-force. No matter whether a man belongs to this or
    • that religious confession, what Christ accomplished on Earth
    • transformation. Christ, Who until the time of the Mystery of
    • have passed into it. When we speak of Christ we are speaking of
    • but, just as Christ descended into the world of men and took
    • Christ is a God Who has lawfully become man, we must seek His
    • has unlawfully assumed the god-nature. Just as in the Christian
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  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • appearance of Christ on Earth, human beings — we
    • Christ on Earth we must have died in this third condition of
    • it. Since the appearance of Christ, the Christ-force has been
    • this third state of sleep, the Christ-force which came to be
    • the crystal but cannot emerge again without the Christ-Force.
    • significance of the Christ Impulse for the earthly life. Once
    • appearance of Christ on Earth, after the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • pagan consciousness but where, nevertheless, the Christ
    • need not have died had Christ come to their aid. This was felt,
    • into the mountain, and there it must wait until Christ should
    • Christ Impulse with the Earth since the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • This is connected with the Christ-force itself, not with belief
    • in the Christ-force. No matter whether a man belongs to this or
    • that religious confession, what Christ accomplished on Earth
    • transformation. Christ, Who until the time of the Mystery of
    • have passed into it. When we speak of Christ we are speaking of
    • but, just as Christ descended into the world of men and took
    • Christ is a God Who has lawfully become man, we must seek His
    • has unlawfully assumed the god-nature. Just as in the Christian
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  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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  • Title: Preface: The Foundation Stone Meditation
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    • 1923, at the Christmas Foundation meeting, Rudolf Steiner presented
    • possible. This community entered reality when the Christ
    • Through the sacrifice of the Christ — His union with earthly
    • Donne wrote, “for the Christ Light overcomes death.”
    • when all ends and all may begin — the Christ Being entered
    • Christ-Sun”/Son, imploring Him to lead present humanity
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    • Denn es waltet der Christus-Wille im Umkreis
    • In dem Christus wird Leben der Tod.
    • For there reigns the Christ will in the earth-sphere
    • In the Christ, death becomes life.
    • Christus-Sonne,
    • Christ-Sun
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    • at Christmas, 1923, in Dornach, Switzerland.
    • For the will of Christ reigns in the earthly sphere
    • In Christo morimur.
    • Sun of Christ,
    • Steiner on the last day (January 1, 1924) of the Christmas Conference
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    • at Christmas, 1923, in Dornach, Switzerland.
    • at Christmas, 1923, in Dornach, Switzerland.
    • For the will of Christ reigns in the earthly sphere
    • In Christo morimur.
    • Sun of Christ,
    • Steiner on the last day (January 1, 1924) of the Christmas Conference
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    • at Christmas, 1923, in Dornach, Switzerland.
    • Denn es waltet der Christus-Wille im Umkreis
    • In Christus morimur.
    • Christus-Sonne,
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    • at Christmas, 1923, in Dornach, Switzerland.
    • Denn es waltet der Christus-Wille im Umkreis
    • In Christus morimur.
    • Christus-Sonne,
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    • name of Christ has no real place, is gaining ground more and more. I
    • in the Christ Problem. Since the advent of Christianity into
    • Christ Being has of course assumed the forms which were suited to the
    • Christianity, we find, in what is known as the ‘Gnosis,’
    • Christ. The Gnostic ideas were only able to prevail for a relatively
    • the Christ which later formed the content of the doctrines of the
    • development of the wonderful Gnostic ideas concerning the Christ
    • during the first Christian centuries. This is not because the
    • was contained in the ancient Gnosis of the first Christian centuries.
    • The early Christian Gnosis possessed a far deeper and
    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • brought forward in Christendom during those times. The Christ of the
    • region the ancient Gnosis looked for the Christ Being. To understand
    • existence, the Christ Being remained above in purely spiritual worlds
    • continue his progress therein; whereas the Christ Being remained in
    • in the world of Matter. Hence even in historical ages the Christ
    • designate as the starting-point of Christianity was recognised by the
    • humanity, for it was then that the Christ — having held back
    • united with that world in which the Christ was active. Then, at the
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  • Title: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • name of Christ has no real place, is gaining ground more and more. I
    • in the Christ Problem. Since the advent of Christianity into
    • Christ Being has of course assumed the forms which were suited to the
    • Christianity, we find, in what is known as the ‘Gnosis,’
    • Christ. The Gnostic ideas were only able to prevail for a relatively
    • the Christ which later formed the content of the doctrines of the
    • development of the wonderful Gnostic ideas concerning the Christ
    • during the first Christian centuries. This is not because the
    • was contained in the ancient Gnosis of the first Christian centuries.
    • The early Christian Gnosis possessed a far deeper and
    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • brought forward in Christendom during those times. The Christ of the
    • region the ancient Gnosis looked for the Christ Being. To understand
    • existence, the Christ Being remained above in purely spiritual worlds
    • continue his progress therein; whereas the Christ Being remained in
    • in the world of Matter. Hence even in historical ages the Christ
    • designate as the starting-point of Christianity was recognised by the
    • humanity, for it was then that the Christ — having held back
    • united with that world in which the Christ was active. Then, at the
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  • Title: Anthroposophy - Midsummer 1930 Volume 5 Number 2
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    • Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries, is
    • Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • the nature of Mysticism. In the first centuries of Christendom the
    • cup from which Christ Jesus drank with His disciples at the Last
    • of Christendom these two streams were present: the stream expressed in
    • principle of independence. Christianity was to bring into the
    • world a love that is independent of blood-kinship. The words of Christ
    • wherein the Christ-Principle is united with the Lucifer-Principle.
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    • the nature of Mysticism. In the first centuries of Christendom the
    • cup from which Christ Jesus drank with His disciples at the Last
    • of Christendom these two streams were present: the stream expressed in
    • principle of independence. Christianity was to bring into the
    • world a love that is independent of blood-kinship. The words of Christ
    • wherein the Christ-Principle is united with the Lucifer-Principle.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • go back through the Middle Ages to the first Christian centuries we
    • strained every nerve to understand how a Being like the Christ, Who
    • all costs by true Christians. Moreover, efforts were made to
    • regarded as one with whom true Christians could have no dealings.
    • evolution of Christendom people tried to cast into oblivion.
    • in regard to the outstanding figures of the early Christian centuries
    • four centuries of Christendom — for example, of the way in which
    • coming of Christ.
    • also tried to understand the descent of the Christ into Jesus of
    • Nazareth and the place of Christ in the realms of the spiritual
    • point of time, is Christ.
    • ancient times had reached their climax in Christianity and that the
    • crown of wisdom was to understand how the Christ Being had entered
    • Christian centuries in regard to the super-sensible worlds. But
    • Beings. As Christianity began to find its way into Roman culture, the
    • Initiation-knowledge in regard to the presence of Christ in the
    • in the Person of Christ was substituted for the teaching of Ammonius
    • develop to a point where he will understand how the Christ took up His
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    • Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
    • go back through the Middle Ages to the first Christian centuries we
    • strained every nerve to understand how a Being like the Christ, Who
    • all costs by true Christians. Moreover, efforts were made to
    • regarded as one with whom true Christians could have no dealings.
    • evolution of Christendom people tried to cast into oblivion.
    • in regard to the outstanding figures of the early Christian centuries
    • four centuries of Christendom — for example, of the way in which
    • coming of Christ.
    • also tried to understand the descent of the Christ into Jesus of
    • Nazareth and the place of Christ in the realms of the spiritual
    • point of time, is Christ.
    • ancient times had reached their climax in Christianity and that the
    • crown of wisdom was to understand how the Christ Being had entered
    • Christian centuries in regard to the super-sensible worlds. But
    • Beings. As Christianity began to find its way into Roman culture, the
    • Initiation-knowledge in regard to the presence of Christ in the
    • in the Person of Christ was substituted for the teaching of Ammonius
    • develop to a point where he will understand how the Christ took up His
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    • of “Christ” — yet they always mean nothing but their
    • whether the religions of to-day speak of God, of Christ, or of
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    • whether the religions of to-day speak of God, of Christ, or of
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • the Christian Temple or Church. Such buildings, erected
    • Christian architecture is distinguished from that of Greece. The
    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • the Temple of Christianity, for Dom expresses a
    • culture and of Christianity, of the Mystery of Golgotha, although, to
    • once whole and perfect in itself, strove in the Church of Christendom
    • Cathedral of Christendom have arisen in the course of the evolution
    • creative power flows from Christ, Who having carried the Cross to the
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    • the Christian Temple or Church. Such buildings, erected
    • Christian architecture is distinguished from that of Greece. The
    • of Christendom is quite different. I once said that by its very
    • underlying the Greek Temple. The Church of Christendom is quite
    • different. The call of a Christian church goes out to the hearts and
    • the Temple of Christianity, for Dom expresses a
    • culture and of Christianity, of the Mystery of Golgotha, although, to
    • once whole and perfect in itself, strove in the Church of Christendom
    • Cathedral of Christendom have arisen in the course of the evolution
    • creative power flows from Christ, Who having carried the Cross to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • can never do justice to the full World-impulse of Christianity. For
    • must derive the sources of our Will (and these for Christianity are
    • meaning Christ the Saviour] the healing Saviour.
    • To us the conception of Christ as the Healer is no longer living. But
    • was afterwards called and which we now call the Christ. For this
    • reason the earliest Christian authors said that the most ancient
    • souls of humanity had been true Christians, for they too had looked
    • up to the Christ and worshipped Him. In the spiritual worlds in which
    • they dwelt before their descent to Earth, Christ had been the centre
    • with the vision of the soul. It was this communion with Christ in the
    • learned to know the Christ, with whom indeed all human beings lived
    • before their descent to Earth. For by this time Christ was already a
    • in super-sensible worlds who was afterwards called the Christ,
    • Christ-Being in the spiritual worlds had been the great Teacher of
    • called Christ appeared to the initiates as One who had lost His
    • called Christ, as of Him who would in future time come down to Earth
    • of Christ as the Coming One. And in the beautiful picture of the Wise
    • of Initiation that Christ would come to Earth when the time should be
    • forgotten Christ. They saw the world of Nature around them, and there
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
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    • can never do justice to the full World-impulse of Christianity. For
    • must derive the sources of our Will (and these for Christianity are
    • meaning Christ the Saviour] the healing Saviour.
    • To us the conception of Christ as the Healer is no longer living. But
    • was afterwards called and which we now call the Christ. For this
    • reason the earliest Christian authors said that the most ancient
    • souls of humanity had been true Christians, for they too had looked
    • up to the Christ and worshipped Him. In the spiritual worlds in which
    • they dwelt before their descent to Earth, Christ had been the centre
    • with the vision of the soul. It was this communion with Christ in the
    • learned to know the Christ, with whom indeed all human beings lived
    • before their descent to Earth. For by this time Christ was already a
    • in super-sensible worlds who was afterwards called the Christ,
    • Christ-Being in the spiritual worlds had been the great Teacher of
    • called Christ appeared to the initiates as One who had lost His
    • called Christ, as of Him who would in future time come down to Earth
    • of Christ as the Coming One. And in the beautiful picture of the Wise
    • of Initiation that Christ would come to Earth when the time should be
    • forgotten Christ. They saw the world of Nature around them, and there
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
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  • Title: The Recovery of the Living Source of Speech
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    • Christ passes through the Mystery of Golgotha — passes, that
    • worlds of the Gods themselves. Christ's passing through death
    • Christ Impulse, they receive again through the Christ Impulse the
    • the Christ Impulse as a living Impulse. Then the Christ Impulse can
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • Christ first made Himself known to men, during all this time while He
    • in the Gospels, the knowledge of Christ has not come in its
    • the Gospel is quickened to life by an understanding of the Christ, an
    • understanding that derives from the Christ Himself as He still works
    • and only then — will proceed from the Christ Impulse, from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • Archangels gradually receive more and more of the Christ, Who has
    • of man's “becoming” and the passage of Christ
    • Golgotha came a time when Christ was present in a human body —
    • institution of the Christmas Festival or of the Easter Festival gave
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    • Christ passes through the Mystery of Golgotha — passes, that
    • worlds of the Gods themselves. Christ's passing through death
    • Christ Impulse, they receive again through the Christ Impulse the
    • the Christ Impulse as a living Impulse. Then the Christ Impulse can
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • Christ first made Himself known to men, during all this time while He
    • in the Gospels, the knowledge of Christ has not come in its
    • the Gospel is quickened to life by an understanding of the Christ, an
    • understanding that derives from the Christ Himself as He still works
    • and only then — will proceed from the Christ Impulse, from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • Archangels gradually receive more and more of the Christ, Who has
    • of man's “becoming” and the passage of Christ
    • Golgotha came a time when Christ was present in a human body —
    • institution of the Christmas Festival or of the Easter Festival gave
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • centuries of Christendom. It was said that Jehovah united with matter
    • so, among those in whom these ideas lived during the early Christian
    • Christendom. Men's minds were now directed to the physical
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    • so, among those in whom these ideas lived during the early Christian
    • Christendom. Men's minds were now directed to the physical
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    • understood. For people keep on imagining that they are Christian
    • are Christians. For such a passage as this one by St. Paul, though it
    • St. Paul expressed in the words ‘Not I, but Christ in me’,
    • of God we are born; into Christ we die’.
    • come to us in Spiritual Science, that Christ is for the Earth, then
    • feeling: ‘Into Christ we die’, and gazing in from the
    • have died into Christ’. This union with Christ gives us the
    • possibility to behold, as it were with the eye of the soul of Christ
    • show how the death in Christ can place us rightly into the spiritual
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    • understood. For people keep on imagining that they are Christian
    • are Christians. For such a passage as this one by St. Paul, though it
    • St. Paul expressed in the words ‘Not I, but Christ in me’,
    • of God we are born; into Christ we die’.
    • come to us in Spiritual Science, that Christ is for the Earth, then
    • feeling: ‘Into Christ we die’, and gazing in from the
    • have died into Christ’. This union with Christ gives us the
    • possibility to behold, as it were with the eye of the soul of Christ
    • show how the death in Christ can place us rightly into the spiritual
  • Title: Ancient Myths: Their Meaning and Connection with Evolution
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse.
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact and the Mysteries of Antiquity
  • Title: Lecture I: Ancient Myths
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    • the pre-Christian ages. Neighbours to one another and much
    • North a hundred years after the founding of Christianity, and he
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    • to approach (we have pointed out in the Christmas lectures that by a
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact’
    • the Gospel that Christ-Jesus went into the Temple and flattered the
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    • Christianity is the one and only thing that can show man how to
    • Christianized. And he sees the great evil to be that science has
    • become unchristian, States have become unchristian, and that
    • nowhere has what is meant by the actual Christ-Impulse penetrated in
    • demands that the Christ-Impulse should once more permeate the
    • inquire of them whether the Christian impulse is seriously anywhere
    • science with the principle of Christianity! Hence the cheap and
    • forth which would be Christianized in its life of State and Science.
    • what did Friedrich Schlegel understand by the Christianizing of
    • significance of the Christ-Impulse. And hence he also had the feeling
    • that the Christ-Impulse must be grasped in a new way in a new age,
    • existing Christianity, Christianity as it had developed
    • truths of Christianity lies in the words: ‘I am with you always
    • real Christianizing of science and the life of the State can only
    • Christianity. It must come quickly, he thought, a general renewal of
    • the world, a general re-establishing of the Christ-Impulse. And what
    • a Christianizing of Europe and was so bad a prophet that a
    • Friedrich Schlegel — a Christianizing of all science — a
    • Christianizing of all public life. I quote it as an example of the
  • Title: Lecture VI: Ancient Myths
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    • thought that one could simply take the old Christianity. In many
    • super-sensible Christ and desires to know nothing of that cosmic power
    • Christ-Jesus. On the other hand there is the quite delightful, really
    • citoyen’, as at Christmas we learnt to know him in Heinrich
    • Christianity, it has thrust back eastwards (as I said here a few
    • weeks ago) an older Christianity, originally linked with Asiatic
    • traditions, the Russian Christianity, the Orthodox Christianity.
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    • ‘But Pulver's belief in Christ ought to grow out of depths of
    • our epoch which begins in about the 15th century of the Christian era
    • heaven — the CHRIST. The Mystery of Golgotha is indeed a cosmic
    • revealed to him from the earth in the Christ Impulse, and develop it,
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • who as souls previously lived in the south during the first Christian
    • the south during the first centuries of Christianity and who then
    • the first Christian centuries, at the time of the migrations of
    • Christianity as it advanced from the south, transforming it into
    • developed as Christianity in the Greek and Roman world. These souls
    • impressed by Christianity as it made its way northward from the
    • absorbed Christianity at the time of the folk migrations brought to
    • selflessness of Christianity. As a result the soul was shaped in a
    • Christianity a few centuries after it had come into existence.
    • European population of today have learned about Christianity in an
    • as Indians, absorbed anything of Christianity. We can easily
    • Christianity once we have discovered that these souls for the most
    • part have experienced nothing of Christianity in their former
    • incarnations; that Christianity with them is merely a matter of
    • Christianity in Europe, that is, in its early development,
    • permeated with Christianity now swing in the other direction, and
    • incarnation among a people who had accepted Christianity.
    • and, above all, through their inward permeation with Christianity, to
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • incarnation of Christ in the man, Jesus of Nazareth.
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    • who as souls previously lived in the south during the first Christian
    • the south during the first centuries of Christianity and who then
    • the first Christian centuries, at the time of the migrations of
    • Christianity as it advanced from the south, transforming it into
    • developed as Christianity in the Greek and Roman world. These souls
    • impressed by Christianity as it made its way northward from the
    • absorbed Christianity at the time of the folk migrations brought to
    • selflessness of Christianity. As a result the soul was shaped in a
    • Christianity a few centuries after it had come into existence.
    • European population of today have learned about Christianity in an
    • as Indians, absorbed anything of Christianity. We can easily
    • Christianity once we have discovered that these souls for the most
    • part have experienced nothing of Christianity in their former
    • incarnations; that Christianity with them is merely a matter of
    • Christianity in Europe, that is, in its early development,
    • permeated with Christianity now swing in the other direction, and
    • incarnation among a people who had accepted Christianity.
    • and, above all, through their inward permeation with Christianity, to
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • incarnation of Christ in the man, Jesus of Nazareth.
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  • Title: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • Christiania, November 25, 1921
    • A Public Lecture, Christiania, November 25, 1921,
    • (Public Lecture, Christiania, Nov. 25, 1921)
    • students in Christiania. It was held in the largest hall — the
    • “Missionhaus” in Christiania, seating some 2,000 people.]
    • lectures here in Christiania — Anthroposophy strives to enrich
    • Jesus or Christ,
    • Verein, Christiania, 29th November, 1921.]
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    • Christiania, November 25, 1921
    • A Public Lecture, Christiania, November 25, 1921,
    • (Public Lecture, Christiania, Nov. 25, 1921)
    • students in Christiania. It was held in the largest hall — the
    • “Missionhaus” in Christiania, seating some 2,000 people.]
    • lectures here in Christiania — Anthroposophy strives to enrich
    • Jesus or Christ,
    • Verein, Christiania, 29th November, 1921.]
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • world-conception, because the spreading of Christianity did its
    • continued to exist even in the post-Christian centuries, had an
    • traditionally from a Christian direction and had gradually acquired
    • conceptual matters, the Christian philosophers have reached the very
    • revelation and was preserved within the Christian dogmas, and the
    • epoch to the other, and that the Christian development of philosophy
    • Christian dogmatism, produced the tendency to use the intellectual
    • a soul-habit which has risen out of Christian dogmatism.
    • fact is unquestionably a result of the Christian dogmatic
    • connection is the development of theology, especially of Christology,
    • for it shows us how the super-sensible contents of the Christ-idea
    • were made to uphold Christianity even in the face of the enlightened
    • deny that in their structure they originate from the Christian
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    • world-conception, because the spreading of Christianity did its
    • continued to exist even in the post-Christian centuries, had an
    • traditionally from a Christian direction and had gradually acquired
    • conceptual matters, the Christian philosophers have reached the very
    • revelation and was preserved within the Christian dogmas, and the
    • epoch to the other, and that the Christian development of philosophy
    • Christian dogmatism, produced the tendency to use the intellectual
    • a soul-habit which has risen out of Christian dogmatism.
    • fact is unquestionably a result of the Christian dogmatic
    • connection is the development of theology, especially of Christology,
    • for it shows us how the super-sensible contents of the Christ-idea
    • were made to uphold Christianity even in the face of the enlightened
    • deny that in their structure they originate from the Christian
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • characteristic way in the outwardly pious Christians, particularly in
    • observance of this commandment is, in a Christian meaning, far more
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    • observance of this commandment is, in a Christian meaning, far more
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • him the Christ, then we may also see the Christ in this central
    • with the thought: “That is meant to be the Christ”, for
    • influence of Christ's hand pointing downward, the hand of the
    • through what we can see in them, the relation of man, or of Christ,
    • may think that Christ raises His left hand and sends out forces with
    • We might also think that the right hand of Christ pointing downwards
    • Rome. There we see Christ sending the righteous men to heaven and the
    • sinful ones to hell. We see Christ sending one part of mankind to a
    • good world and the other part to an evil world. The Christ that is
    • portrayed on Michelangelo's picture is not the Christ whose
    • spiritual science. The true Christ never condemns in wrath, nor does
    • of Christ. And Ahriman fetters himself, as a result of what takes
    • of Christ. When Christ raises his left hand and points downwards with
    • of Christ's hand. And what he thus experiences within him induces him
    • to break his wings. It is not Christ who breaks them, it is Lucifer
    • Michelangelo was not as yet able to portray the real Christ. Christ
    • time. Only in [the] future shall we be able to grasp the Christ Who
    • simply through the fact that He is there. The Christ on
    • sculpture, Christ is mute impersonal, and the Beings that approach
    • artistic achievement — the Christ, portrayed in
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    • him the Christ, then we may also see the Christ in this central
    • with the thought: “That is meant to be the Christ”, for
    • influence of Christ's hand pointing downward, the hand of the
    • through what we can see in them, the relation of man, or of Christ,
    • may think that Christ raises His left hand and sends out forces with
    • We might also think that the right hand of Christ pointing downwards
    • Rome. There we see Christ sending the righteous men to heaven and the
    • sinful ones to hell. We see Christ sending one part of mankind to a
    • good world and the other part to an evil world. The Christ that is
    • portrayed on Michelangelo's picture is not the Christ whose
    • spiritual science. The true Christ never condemns in wrath, nor does
    • of Christ. And Ahriman fetters himself, as a result of what takes
    • of Christ. When Christ raises his left hand and points downwards with
    • of Christ's hand. And what he thus experiences within him induces him
    • to break his wings. It is not Christ who breaks them, it is Lucifer
    • Michelangelo was not as yet able to portray the real Christ. Christ
    • time. Only in [the] future shall we be able to grasp the Christ Who
    • simply through the fact that He is there. The Christ on
    • sculpture, Christ is mute impersonal, and the Beings that approach
    • artistic achievement — the Christ, portrayed in
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  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • power, the Christ, had connected Himself with an earthly man, Jesus
    • body, soul and spirit, but that it is instead a Christian's duty to
    • according to which a Christian who truly believes must acknowledge
    • traditions remained of the old Christological knowledge —
    • of theology through this? Christ-Jesus, the incarnation of a Being
    • human being, the less they feel induced to pursue Christological
    • not wish to rise to an understanding of Christ as a super-earthly
    • of reverence for the spirituality of Christ. The theology which
    • of Christianity, the denial of Christianity; it signifies the setting
    • anything to do with the spirituality of Christ. It is significant to
    • they do not die as men die. What did Christ take upon Himself, Christ
    • the evolution of humanity upon the earth, Christ died in a human
    • The Christ descended
    • from worlds where death is unknown. What Beings serve the Christ? —
    • the evolution of the earth, are Christ's servants. We cannot perceive
    • seek that which leads us to Christ. Spiritual science is needed above
    • all in order to attain a new knowledge of Christ. For Christ is here,
    • right, nevertheless the spiritual Beings that serve Christ live
    • behind the forces of Nature, thinking and directing them. Christ
    • of Christianity.
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  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • power, the Christ, had connected Himself with an earthly man, Jesus
    • body, soul and spirit, but that it is instead a Christian's duty to
    • according to which a Christian who truly believes must acknowledge
    • traditions remained of the old Christological knowledge —
    • of theology through this? Christ-Jesus, the incarnation of a Being
    • human being, the less they feel induced to pursue Christological
    • not wish to rise to an understanding of Christ as a super-earthly
    • of reverence for the spirituality of Christ. The theology which
    • of Christianity, the denial of Christianity; it signifies the setting
    • anything to do with the spirituality of Christ. It is significant to
    • they do not die as men die. What did Christ take upon Himself, Christ
    • the evolution of humanity upon the earth, Christ died in a human
    • The Christ descended
    • from worlds where death is unknown. What Beings serve the Christ? —
    • the evolution of the earth, are Christ's servants. We cannot perceive
    • seek that which leads us to Christ. Spiritual science is needed above
    • all in order to attain a new knowledge of Christ. For Christ is here,
    • right, nevertheless the spiritual Beings that serve Christ live
    • behind the forces of Nature, thinking and directing them. Christ
    • of Christianity.
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  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • to promulgate something true and right about Christianity, about the
    • spiritual science holding a different view of Christianity. In
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    • spiritual science holding a different view of Christianity. In
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • Movement was the beginning of The Christian Community as it
    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • receives with a really devoted Christian heart the theology offered
    • Golgotha, from the consciousness that the Christ Being Who formerly
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • otherwise Christianity cannot be the really vital force for our whole
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
    • renewal of religion, that is to say towards a renewal of Christian
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    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • receives with a really devoted Christian heart the theology offered
    • Golgotha, from the consciousness that the Christ Being Who formerly
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • otherwise Christianity cannot be the really vital force for our whole
    • their hearts a strong religious impulse, a specifically Christian
    • renewal of religion, that is to say towards a renewal of Christian
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    • Christ appears at the end of “Kalevala”, but because he
    • a preparatory stage for Christianity and took up Christianity like a
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    • Christ appears at the end of “Kalevala”, but because he
    • a preparatory stage for Christianity and took up Christianity like a
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • that Christ taught those to pray who were able to understand Him after He had
    • disciples of Christ could still evoke at that time and which, as I have
    • souls which were so intimately associated with the Christ could raise their
    • eyes to this power — who for them was the Christ — and pray Him
    • intimate disciples of Jesus Christ during the time I have indicated. They
    • instructed in all these matters during the time that Christ held intercourse
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • that Christ taught those to pray who were able to understand Him after He had
    • disciples of Christ could still evoke at that time and which, as I have
    • souls which were so intimately associated with the Christ could raise their
    • eyes to this power — who for them was the Christ — and pray Him
    • intimate disciples of Jesus Christ during the time I have indicated. They
    • instructed in all these matters during the time that Christ held intercourse
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    • Christ is, among those people who already bore the feeling of
    • Christ. In Europe everything was prepared for the Christ. And because
    • remarkable description emerged there long before Christian times,
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    • out of relationships is called in Christian esotericism ‘creating
    • virtuous relationships is called in Christian esotericism ‘The
    • him through the coming of Christ into our evolution. Through
    • experiencing the Christ Event on earth, man was able to ascend to
    • creating in the Holy Spirit. Thus it is Christ Himself Who creates
    • stands firmly on the basis of the Christ experience, and the Christ
    • then the Christ sends him the Holy Spirit, and man becomes capable of
    • we see the coming of the Christ to the Earth as a fulfillment as it
    • And the Christ Event has given man the greatest thing possible, the
    • Spirit. This again is an aspect of Christian esotericism. Christian
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon had passed away, Christ came to Earth as the
    • forcing the Christ to His resolution to enter a human body; He
    • Christian esotericism, and everything depends on our being able to
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    • for those who call themselves Christians. “Ye shall be as
    • by Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
    • Christmas gift” on the subject of Christian Rosenkreutz and
    • in the souls of men by increasing understanding of the Christ Impulse
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    • evolution of humanity. The distinction between Christianity and other
    • for those who call themselves Christians. “Ye shall be as Gods”
    • Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • connection been lost. The Christ Impulse imparts feeling of kinship
    • Christmas gift” on the subject of Christian Rosenkreutz and
    • in the souls of men by increasing understanding of the Christ Impulse
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • You may remember what I once said about Christian Rosenkreutz
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    • evolution of humanity. The distinction between Christianity and other
    • for those who call themselves Christians. "Ye shall be as Gods"
    • Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • Chinese, of the Mohammedan, of the Christian, prepare the soul in
    • It was not always so. In pre-Christian times the process
    • Christianity in its development hitherto has achieved all its goals
    • denominations Christianity has produced only one-sided aspects of its
    • this respect true Christianity is very different. Christ Jesus, the
    • Individuality to whom the Christians turn, was least active among the
    • Christianity. The life of soul was the essential factor and in
    • deepest roots and from the very beginning Christianity was meant to
    • Christianity is rightly understood only when it is realised that it
    • have arisen from Christianity should be no cause of apprehension; for
    • Christianity makes possible the evolution of the “human
    • have to take place within the Christian world if the roots of
    • Christianity are to be rightly understood. A distinction will have to
    • be made between knowledge of Christian tenets and the reality
    • of Christianity.
    • clear that belief in Christ Jesus was not the prerogative of Judaism,
    • and spoke the words, “Christ died not only for the Jews but
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    • Christ is the great Sun-Being who through the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • possible for man to take into himself the Christ-force on Earth;
    • permeation with the Christ Impulse will include the impulses of the
    • recognise in Christ the power that imparts feeling of kinship with
    • soul has true affinity — with Christ. She rejects the
    • Christ Impulse leads when it permeates the soul. The independence of
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    • This was a special lecture given "as a kind of Christmas gift"
    • on the subject of Christian Rosenkreutz and Gautama Buddha:
    • shall not be speaking today about the Christmas Festival as in
    • to think of what I shall say as a gift placed under the Christmas
    • tree in the form of an anthroposophical Christmas study — a
    • Christmas season we may very properly think of an individual
    • Christian Rosenkreutz.
    • propagation of the impulse given by Christ's appearance on the Earth
    • spoke of what may be called the last Initiation of Christian
    • of particular significance because it linked with the Christ Impulse
    • subsequently to be wrought by Christ Jesus. The Buddha spoke at the
    • shepherds was the message from ancient, pre-Christian times, of peace
    • the mission of Christ Jesus.
    • advancing stream of Christian evolution in the West and special
    • evolution. He had taken the Christ Impulse into the very depths of
    • Christian form. It may truly be said that when the Buddha had become
    • Christianity. A faithful pupil of his had absorbed into the depths of
    • teaching which represented a union of Buddhism and Christianity. It
    • that being who had been a pupil of the Buddha and Christ, who had
    • learnt of the Christ through the Buddha, appeared again on Earth, he
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    • relationship between Christian Rosenkreutz and Buddha. This
    • being, after experiencing the Christ Event in the Sun sphere between
    • be an ever deepening understanding of the Christ Impulse. Everything
    • that contributes to this increasing understanding of the Christ
    • Mars being delegated by Christian Rosenkreutz to Buddha. This Mystery
    • is this: Why was it that even in areas where Christianity was
    • presentation of Christianity in its more advanced form?
    • outer, exoteric presentations of Christianity but also in the more
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    • ‘higher Adam’ — the Christ. According to Paul, the
    • Christianity had within them much stronger, more extensive spiritual
    • From Jesus to Christ
    • greater measure ‘descend’ from the Christ who is the
    • the extent to which they have learnt ‘to die in Christ’,
    • sphere — as we heard in the lecture at Christmas. Consequently
    • Mars. Christian Rosenkreutz had entrusted to Buddha a special
    • Christ Himself leads men between death and rebirth through the Mars
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    • of this — and the Christ Impulse is needed here — it also
    • the one hand we have the fact that Christ is the Sun Spirit who
    • From Jesus to Christ.
    • Earth is contained within the range of the Saturn sphere. The Christ
    • Old Moon eventually separated from it. The Christ Impulse continued
    • evolved to become Earth. What streams to us from the Christ Impulse,
    • Christ Impulse. Thus everything brought from the stellar worlds for
    • ensouled by what came to the Earth from the Sun, namely by the Christ
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    • lectures entitled Christ and the Spiritual World. Concerning the
    • Search for the Holy Grail, in German, Christus und die
    • Difficulties of understanding the Christ-Jesus-Being. The thoughts of the Gnostics.
    • The three permeations of a Being of the higher Hierarchies by the Christ. Reflections of this cosmic fact in Greek mythology. The four stages of harmonisation.
    • After-effects in post-Atlantean times of the three-fold Christ-Event. Chronology in the world-outlook of Zarathustra; Astrology in the Egyptian and Chaldean Mysteries; Meteorology in Graeco-Roman times. The geological element in the Hebrew Prophets.
    • The working of the Christ Impulse in the depths of the soul. The emergence of the Grail-Idea. The re-emergence of the stellar script in the secret of Parsifal. Ganganda greida, the viaticum.
    • The permeation of spiritual revelations by the Christ Impulse. Reading the stellar script with the powers of the innocent human soul. The concord between human history and the stellar script. The heavenly aspect and the human aspect of the Holy Grail.
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    • Search for the Holy Grail, in German, Christus und die
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    • shown in the momentous events of the Christ Being incarnating in
  • Title: Christ and the Spiritual World: The Publication of Lectures Held by Rudolf Steiner
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    • Difficulties of understanding the Christ-Jesus-Being.
    • Hierarchies by the Christ. Reflections of this cosmic fact in Greek
    • Christ-Event. Chronology in the world-outlook of Zarathustra;
    • The working of the Christ Impulse in the depths of the
    • The permeation of spiritual revelations by the Christ
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    • that which includes Christmas and the New Year. When we take these
    • knowledge of the Christ; knowledge of the fundamentally important
    • impulse — we have called it the Christ Impulse — which
    • evolution, in order to understand the Christ Impulse, than those who
    • question for persons who want to seek an understanding of Christ in
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    • Gnostics pictured the manifestation of the Christ in Jesus of
    • Gnostics who said: “Yes, the Christ is a Being who transcends
    • Christ Being dwelt for three years only in the body of Jesus of
    • Christ Being dwelt in the body of Jesus. First of all, the mystery of
    • flesh on Earth. The whole relation of the Christ to the two Jesus-boys
    • the Christ.
    • manner of the birth of Christ, the most tremendous mystery in human
    • appearance of Christ on Earth is connected with the passage through
    • the mother of Jesus into relation with the birth of Christ. And those
    • difficulties denied entirely that the Christ had appeared on Earth in
    • of conceiving how the Christ could have been united with a physical
    • For example, we can ask: If the epoch of Christ Jesus
    • that if it had been possible for the Christ Being to have appeared on
    • Christ. Then there would have been no difficulties; they would have
    • that works in the realms of humanity. But the Christ Being could find
    • culture-epoch, we find that the possibility of understanding Christ
    • the Christ manifestation by way of these three Wise Men? This must be
    • say of it: Now there is present a body in which the Christ can
    • is actually this: the Christ appeared on Earth in an epoch that was
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    • understanding the Being of Christ Jesus. Then we came to the
    • emerge. Today I would like to say something about the Christ Being as
    • such. We shall then see how in Paul the Christ Being is reflected in
    • From earlier lectures we know that the Christ Being can
    • in the Christ Being we have to do with a high spiritual Being —
    • further into that just now. We will simply look up to the Christ
    • Christ were powerless to do so.
    • Christianity, this question came up — How was the nature of
    • Christ related to the nature of Jesus? Now we already know that we
    • Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ.]
    • for a time by the Christ Being. Thus we have to do not with a man but
    • Christ.
    • later became the Nathan Jesus-child was permeated by the Christ
    • the Sun and was there permeated by the Christ Being, the sublime
    • Spirit of Christ permeated him again. And through what was now
    • brought about by the permeation of this Being by the Christ Spirit,
    • the Nathan Jesus-child by the Christ Being, the high Sun-Spirit.
    • Through the two Christ deeds in the super-sensible world, the human
    • Christ.
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    • the higher Hierarchies by the Christ, and in the wonderful emergence
    • after effects, of the threefold Christ-event, for this, as we have
    • threefold Christ-event in the souls of post-Atlantean mankind. From
    • effect of the threefold Christ-event was that which arose from the
    • Christ-event before the Atlantean catastrophe.
    • still echoing the threefold Christ-event — take in the fourth
    • Christ-event, but it came from quite another side. And this fourth
    • with the Earth-spirit is a result of the pre-earthly Christ-event,
    • for he indicates that it was the Christ who led the Jews through the
    • into the early days of Christianity, since people expected not only
    • Christ-event which took place in Lemurian and Atlantean times. We saw
    • Jesus-child was permeated by the Christ, but in such a way that he
    • threefold Christ-event lives on. In his soul is the knowledge: “As
    • there lives the Christ who will later on fulfil the Mystery of
    • Golgotha; the Christ who poured His enduring influence into the
    • time.” Elijah proclaimed the Christ-filled Jahve. For the
    • Christ was indeed living in Jahve, the Jahve-god, but as a reflection
    • the Being who then lived as Christ. Christ caused his Being to be
    • worked in the after-effects of the threefold Christ-event; we might
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    • the right path of evolution — came about through the Christ
    • Impulse. When the Christ Impulse entered into the evolution of
    • indeed to reappear in another form, a form purified by the Christ
    • Impulse, after the Christ Impulse had entered into the aura of the
    • the Christ Impulse, but then they sank below the surface of the soul.
    • unaware that the Christ continued to work on these forces; but so it
    • drama to watch this impact of the Christ Impulse; to see how, from
    • important for Christianity takes its course in the subconscious
    • depths of the soul. The Christ Impulse does not work where there is
    • Christ Impulse working below the surface. Then we shall understand
    • Christianity in the West could not come about through the quarrels of
    • dreams, the activity which the Christ was undertaking in the depths
    • highest importance for the configuration of Christianity throughout
    • “Carry in front of your troops the monogram of Christ!”
    • the Christ Impulse works on below the surface — works, at
    • reappeared. I could suppose that the stream of the Christ Impulse had
    • further occult development of Christianity in the West — then
    • (Christ is often called the Bridegroom), the picture had a meaning,
    • Mystery of Golgotha! Raise your eyes to the Christ hanging on the
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    • relation to the Christ, then in what the moon does physically an
    • as having arisen from the working of the Christ Impulse in the depths
    • our symbol for the Christ — reaches the first Sunday after the
    • Sibyls had to be moderated; it had to be permeated by the Christ
    • able to perceive in himself something of the Christ Impulse at work
    • the Christ Impulse having poured itself out into the Earth's
    • will perhaps indicate how, under the influence of the Christ Impulse,
    • the transformation of a Sibyl under the influence of the Christ
    • Christ Impulse, beginning in the autumn of 1428. From external
    • post-Atlantean epoch begins; a time when the Christ Impulse had to
    • Christ-filled Sibyl.
    • form, a Christ-filled form, and then, if one can practise it
    • properly, so that it will be permeated with the Christ Impulse, one
    • Spiritual Science of today was not then available): ‘The Christ
    • Christ Impulse, may again look up to what is written in the stars.’
    • harmonise with certain mysteries of the Christian religion. Thus for
    • pulsed, as the new age came in, the Christ-filled Astrology which
    • Christian teaching, they certainly deserve to be: they prefer to fly
    • Christ came to destroy the work of the Devil, and imposed silence on
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    • period lasted from the rise of Christianity to about 800 – 900 A.D. up
    • from Christ and hence this period of philosophy lasts up to the time
    • of Christ.
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
    • proceeding from Christianity began to be seized by men themselves. In
    • the second period it was the intense belief in the Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
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    • etheric body. Then we come into the Christian period. The Christ-
    • they are Sun-laws, the Christ, the Being of the Sun, could also enter
    • period and then the Christ, the Sun-Being, becomes active in the
    • together. But inasmuch as the Christ, the Sun-Being, enters in, he
    • age of 21 to 28; the Christ Impulse enters the development of
    • my dear friends, something of this was only felt by Christian
    • his soul, our friend Christian Morgenstern could put into writing a
    • gives us life. In the wonderful poem Lucifer by Christian
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    • period lasted from the rise of Christianity to about 800 – 900 A.D. up
    • from Christ and hence this period of philosophy lasts up to the time
    • of Christ.
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • what has flowed out of Christ himself, one might say, that gives man
    • proceeding from Christianity began to be seized by men themselves. In
    • the second period it was the intense belief in the Christ Impulse
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • but there is no longer the same attachment to the Christ-Impulse as
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    • etheric body. Then we come into the Christian period. The Christ-
    • they are Sun-laws, the Christ, the Being of the Sun, could also enter
    • period and then the Christ, the Sun-Being, becomes active in the
    • together. But inasmuch as the Christ, the Sun-Being, enters in, he
    • age of 21 to 28; the Christ Impulse enters the development of
    • my dear friends, something of this was only felt by Christian
    • his soul, our friend Christian Morgenstern could put into writing a
    • gives us life. In the wonderful poem Lucifer by Christian
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    • This spirit, at the time of Christ, renounced promotion to a
    • Christianity, the guiding spirit of the age; as he withdrew from
    • leader of esoteric Christianity, and the Celts vanished as a
    • Christian Spirit’ of the age.
    • too far to understand the Christ. The Oriental Ego had not
    • the time of Christ, whereas in the Greeks it was a memory.
    • Difference in the East. John Baptist. To the Norse man, Christ's
    • conditions for understanding second coming of Christ. Kalijuga
    • manifestation of Christ more common from middle of twentieth
    • century. Christ appeared on physical plane because at that time
    • the reception of Christ. The appearance of Christ may take a
    • Christ will embody in etheric form of Vidar, who has all this time
    • Christianity belongs to no sect, place or people, for Christ is
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    • beings the names customary in the early centuries of Christianity. An
    • thus accommodate ourselves to the fundamentally Christian character
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    • Christian esotericism, Angeloi or Angels. These are one stage higher
    • compare the various periods, five thousand years before Christ, three
    • thousand years before Christ, and one thousand years after Christ, we
    • the time when Christ Jesus appeared upon earth, His forerunner, John
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    • worshipped by man, and afterwards he worshipped the Christ-Being as
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    • Christianity is divided into Three Persons. All the other peoples
    • describe as the reception by humanity of the Christ-impulse. The
    • Christ-impulse was received, the Mystery of Golgotha took place. The
    • coincided with the coming to Earth of the Christ-impulse — the
    • guiding Spirit of exoteric Christianity; so that the Archai, the
    • Christ-impulse. Hence the Greek nation crumbled away so quickly at
    • the time when Christianity developed, because it resigned its guiding
    • Christianity. The Spirit of the Age of Ancient Greece became the
    • out-spreading exoteric Christianity. Here therefore we have before us
    • Spirit of the out-spreading, exoteric Christianity, and in that
    • peoples who, at the time when Christianity started, were still spread
    • were guided by an important Archangel who, soon after the Christian
    • inspiring Spirit of esoteric Christianity; and in particular of those
    • teachings and impulses which underlie esoteric Christianity; the real
    • true esoteric Christianity comes from his inspirations. The secret,
    • inspirer of esoteric Christianity, which was to work on further
    • able to lead the important current of esoteric Christianity, which is
    • how these Spirits of the Age may work, this esoteric Christianity
    • was at a later time occupied in spreading exoteric Christianity.
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    • takes Adonis and compares him with Christ. That is comparing merely
    • completely different Beings are in Adonis and in Christ, then the
    • time of Christ in the Angels and individual Spirit, the Christ. The
    • Christ Jesus upon earth. He only came in the fourth post-Atlantean
    • recollection, but in such a way that, even at the time when Christ
    • after Christ. He had preserved a comprehension of how the soul-forces
    • Thus even in the Christian centuries he still understood
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    • came so directly from clairvoyant experience, when Christianity began
    • Germanic-Scandinavian received the comfort of Christianity. —
    • Christ had appeared, one could only find old memories of the fact
    • ye that Figure in Palestine, understand ye the figure of Christ.’
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    • that in a certain respect it was just to the pre-Christian and
    • post-Christian cultures of Europe that the task, the mission was
    • Christ-impulse had been given to the earth, Tacitus could describe
    • conception of Christ has been able to come in the East than in
    • conception of Christ is that held by the Russian philosopher,
    • in Christ to-day is only the beginning, because the Christ-impulse
    • contains within it. But as regards the conception of Christ, if we
    • But in Solovioff the concept of Christ is a very
    • the idea of Christ in His twofold nature comprehensible; they do not
    • spiritual must be clearly distinguished. The concept of Christ rests
    • upon clearly grasping what took place when the Christ entered into
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • Christ and brings emphatically into notice that there can be no
    • to the true significance of the Christ-Being, which proceed from the
    • influence, you then have to think of Christ as having developed
    • a wonderful way in Solovioff's conception of Christ, which like
    • much further because this conception of Christ is felt to be a
    • civilization. By means of this the whole Christ-Being and the whole
    • significance of Christ becomes the central point of philosophy, and
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    • lecture on the Second Coming of Christ. Spiritual research at the
    • Christ’. There will be a new manifestation of Christ, a
    • natural course, that the Christ can be seen in that world in which He
    • human body, show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way, as it
    • St. Paul saw as the living Christ Who is to be found in the etheric
    • The manifestations of Christ will be ever higher and
    • higher. That is the mystery of the evolution of Christ. At the time
    • they should also be able to see Christ on the physical plane, to have
    • of Christ will be repeated in the same form which was necessary
    • thousand years, Christ will be able to speak more and more to the
    • forward as the first pioneers of the Christ-vision, will be shouted
    • is to be the new Christ-revelation.
    • Christ-revelation will announce in the twentieth century as the
    • higher in a manifestation of Christ at a higher stage, and then will
    • appearance of Christ into a materialistic view.
    • of Christ manifesting Himself, but will at the same time believe that
    • representing themselves as the re-appeared Christ. The last important
    • Christ. He made a great stir. Pilgrimages were made to him not only
    • if, under the pressure of materialism, the teaching that Christ will
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  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • it was until the epoch of the fourth century after Christ. It was then for the
    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
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    • proceed only up to a certain age in life. At the time of the death of Christ,
  • Title: Mission of Spiritual Science: Afterword
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    • proceeded from the doctrines of Christianity. It was much more a
    • contrast to the Greek, but not to the rightly understood Christian
    • which are often represented as belonging to Christianity, but which
    • Christianity. It is more a question of the contrast of the
    • understood Christian conception of the world, which should only see
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    • first Christian centuries. But one who really learns what our spiritual
    • of Christ? It is just of spiritual science that it may be said that it
    • makes every effort to understand the being of Christ, and that in doing
    • certain conception or feeling about Christ, about Jesus, and we say to
    • only spiritual science leads to thinking many other things about Christ
    • to whom the Christian looks up as his Christ, the one who walked this
    • which results from it takes anything away from the knowledge of Christ,
    • only something is added to what the religious man, the really Christian
    • religious man, has to say about the Christ. And when some one attacks
    • the conception of Christ Jesus held by spiritual science, it always
    • “I have this or that to say about the Christ; do you believe
    • to declare something still greater and grander about the Christ than he
    • evolution of the earth unless Christ had lived, died, and risen again
    • spiritual research, you would see that reverence for Christ and
    • asserted that I thought that when the Christ says, “When thou
    • all know; but now every true Christian sees that through the discovery
    • Christian, indeed, it was perhaps said for the first time in a really
    • Christian way. And the fine recognition of Galileo was Christian, which
    • Christianity is, and of what Christ is to the world, as to say,
    • breathes towards us from the revelation of Christ can be
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  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • Christmas festival can be the
    • evolution of humanity. The Christmas Mystery — when it is
    • the founding of Christianity and in which many sublime cosmic
    • thoughts were given expression, or when we compare the Christmas
    • festival with Mysteries that were celebrated also in pre-Christian
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • in other words, with the Christ Impulse. This he can do at the time
    • the Christmas festival with the time when the earth is shut off from
    • twilight, the man of today who rightly understands the Christmas
    • Mystery should feel strengthened when at Christmas he steeps himself
    • course of the earth's evolution the Being who in pre-Christian ages
    • that a man should pass out of himself into the cosmos, the Christmas
    • The Christmas festival has a
    • the Christmas Mystery is only truly celebrated when the one does not
    • who came down to the Earth. And in the early period of Christian
    • Christianity. It was not until then that the old forms of the
    • Western Europe, overlaying the original Christianity and shrouding it
    • in traditions which will have to be superseded if Christianity is to
    • be rightly understood. For the character with which Christianity was
    • accordance with true Christianity, this finding of the
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    • Christmas festival can be the
    • evolution of humanity. The Christmas Mystery — when it is
    • the founding of Christianity and in which many sublime cosmic
    • thoughts were given expression, or when we compare the Christmas
    • festival with Mysteries that were celebrated also in pre-Christian
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • in other words, with the Christ Impulse. This he can do at the time
    • the Christmas festival with the time when the earth is shut off from
    • twilight, the man of today who rightly understands the Christmas
    • Mystery should feel strengthened when at Christmas he steeps himself
    • course of the earth's evolution the Being who in pre-Christian ages
    • that a man should pass out of himself into the cosmos, the Christmas
    • The Christmas festival has a
    • the Christmas Mystery is only truly celebrated when the one does not
    • who came down to the Earth. And in the early period of Christian
    • Christianity. It was not until then that the old forms of the
    • Western Europe, overlaying the original Christianity and shrouding it
    • in traditions which will have to be superseded if Christianity is to
    • be rightly understood. For the character with which Christianity was
    • accordance with true Christianity, this finding of the
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  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • Christianity but which originated in Judaism and still retained to
    • was a fact that no image was to be made. The earliest Christians did
    • not make any pictorial representation of Christ but employed only
    • symbols — the fish symbol, the monogram of Christ. The same had
    • Christendom, the Sistine Chapel in Rome, we see the command
    • during which sculpture rested, there appeared the Christian ideal: an
    • If we look at the dead body of the Christ we can see at once that
    • bears the adult body of her son Jesus Christ on her lap yet seems too
    • other Christian motif, the reason for this lay in the culture within
    • could be devised by the Christian world of the time. He sought to
    • of the world to its highest point in the coming of Christ to earth
    • what is to come in the Christ-Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Christ in the Spiritual World: The Search for the Holy Grail”
    • “The Four Sacrifices of Christ.”]
    • These Sibyls are very peculiar figures and modern Christianity will
    • pointers to the Christ Event and we have to take them just as
    • us the story of Christ emphasized so strongly how He drove out the
    • sibylline. For this reason also, Christ Jesus was so insistent that
    • Christ-impulse; that is the content, the theme of Michelangelo's
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  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • Christianity but which originated in Judaism and still retained to
    • was a fact that no image was to be made. The earliest Christians did
    • not make any pictorial representation of Christ but employed only
    • symbols — the fish symbol, the monogram of Christ. The same had
    • Christendom, the Sistine Chapel in Rome, we see the command
    • during which sculpture rested, there appeared the Christian ideal: an
    • If we look at the dead body of the Christ we can see at once that
    • bears the adult body of her son Jesus Christ on her lap yet seems too
    • other Christian motif, the reason for this lay in the culture within
    • could be devised by the Christian world of the time. He sought to
    • of the world to its highest point in the coming of Christ to earth
    • what is to come in the Christ-Impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • Christ in the Spiritual World: The Search for the Holy Grail”
    • “The Four Sacrifices of Christ.”]
    • These Sibyls are very peculiar figures and modern Christianity will
    • pointers to the Christ Event and we have to take them just as
    • us the story of Christ emphasized so strongly how He drove out the
    • sibylline. For this reason also, Christ Jesus was so insistent that
    • Christ-impulse; that is the content, the theme of Michelangelo's
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  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • Christianity and Mythology, Part III,
    • different the farther back we go into pre-Christian ages — from
  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • different the farther back we go into pre-Christian ages — from
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • Christendom, in regions more to the South of Europe. Many of these
    • were souls who had had no contact with Christianity in former
    • Christianity before their present birth. Christianity is something
    • which Christianity lives in the souls of Europeans today we must
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • first centuries of Christendom were in the more Southerly regions of
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • from that of today. In those times Christianity was still imbued with
    • and received Christianity in this form, are, speaking broadly,
    • character of the impulse they received in their early Christian
    • who were permeated by the Christian Impulse at that time are
    • Christian impulse in their earlier incarnation. They have carried
    • over these Christian sentiments into Eastern bodies and have been
    • civilized life in the East. Certain elements of the true Christian
    • in a previous earthly life imbibed from early European Christianity a
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and in the earliest centuries of Christendom.
    • which can be awakened in one who has allowed the Christ Impulse to
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    • Christendom, in regions more to the South of Europe. Many of these
    • were souls who had had no contact with Christianity in former
    • Christianity before their present birth. Christianity is something
    • which Christianity lives in the souls of Europeans today we must
    • realize that, broadly speaking, it was not a Christian impulse at all
    • first centuries of Christendom were in the more Southerly regions of
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • from that of today. In those times Christianity was still imbued with
    • and received Christianity in this form, are, speaking broadly,
    • character of the impulse they received in their early Christian
    • who were permeated by the Christian Impulse at that time are
    • Christian impulse in their earlier incarnation. They have carried
    • over these Christian sentiments into Eastern bodies and have been
    • civilized life in the East. Certain elements of the true Christian
    • in a previous earthly life imbibed from early European Christianity a
    • the Mystery of Golgotha and in the earliest centuries of Christendom.
    • which can be awakened in one who has allowed the Christ Impulse to
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • THE EVENT OF THE CHRIST.”
    • I shall speak on the appearance of Christ and reveal a few facts
  • Title: Lecture: Morality and Karma
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    • THE EVENT OF THE CHRIST.”
    • I shall speak on the appearance of Christ and reveal a few facts
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • take up the divine impulse, the Christ Impulse, through his own
    • the “simple”, “plain Christian faith” of the
    • soul's salvation through Christ, of eternal life attained
    • through Christ, without having to do anything for it. “Faith in
    • the salvation through Christ” is something which they cannot
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • take up the divine impulse, the Christ Impulse, through his own
    • the “simple”, “plain Christian faith” of the
    • soul's salvation through Christ, of eternal life attained
    • through Christ, without having to do anything for it. “Faith in
    • the salvation through Christ” is something which they cannot
  • Title: Bilder Okkulter Siegel und Säulen: Zur Einführung
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    • wiedergegeben) so lauten: «Die Offenbarung Jesu Christi, die
    • Offenbarung durch Jesus Christus, in der Art, wie er es geschaut
    • nascimur, in Christo morimur, per spiritum sanctum reviviscimus»,
    • «Aus Gott bin ich geboren; in Christo sterbe ich; durch den
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    • Offenbarung Jesu Christi, die Gott ihm dargeboten hat, seinen
    • durch Jesus Christus, in der Art, wie er es geschaut hat.»
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    • reviviscimus», «Aus Gott bin ich geboren; in Christo
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the
    • Die Neue Geistigkeit und Das Christus-erlebnis des Zwangzigsten
    • COMING EXPERIENCE OF CHRIST
    • called the Christ-Experience yet to come. We learnt yesterday
    • how little experience of the Christ there really is at the present
    • all that can properly be called experience of the Christ has fallen
    • hindrance to the development of a Christ-Experience. And we have
    • Christ, just as at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha remnants of
    • Christ-Experience of the first half of the twentieth century will
    • as the physical Christ appeared at the time of the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, so the spiritual Christ will appear to mankind. He alone
    • will prepare man to recognise how the Christ-Being will reveal
    • Christ will not come in the spiritual sense if men are not prepared
    • manifestation of the Christ in the first half of the twentieth
    • the Christ will appear only to those who renounce all that spreads
    • the Christ-Impulse in their souls. All other solutions will lead only
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: The Coming Experience of Christ
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    • The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the
    • Die Neue Geistigkeit und Das Christus-erlebnis des Zwangzigsten
    • COMING EXPERIENCE OF CHRIST
    • called the Christ-Experience yet to come. We learnt yesterday
    • how little experience of the Christ there really is at the present
    • all that can properly be called experience of the Christ has fallen
    • hindrance to the development of a Christ-Experience. And we have
    • Christ, just as at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha remnants of
    • Christ-Experience of the first half of the twentieth century will
    • as the physical Christ appeared at the time of the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, so the spiritual Christ will appear to mankind. He alone
    • will prepare man to recognise how the Christ-Being will reveal
    • Christ will not come in the spiritual sense if men are not prepared
    • manifestation of the Christ in the first half of the twentieth
    • the Christ will appear only to those who renounce all that spreads
    • the Christ-Impulse in their souls. All other solutions will lead only
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • literature of how Christianity is deepened, and can stand forth in
    • personal experiences of the Christ Who appeared in a personal form.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Knowledge: A Way of Life
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    • literature of how Christianity is deepened, and can stand forth in
    • personal experiences of the Christ Who appeared in a personal form.
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • out of the group to teach people about Christ. But in the fifth
    • period Christ is already actually entering the individual soul.
    • Already, unconsciously or subconsciously, we all carry Christ within
    • from doing all we can to further what will make Christ universally
    • centuries of the Christian era this or that may have been adapted to
    • Christ-conception. In this way we bring to every soul what it
    • The various forms assumed by Christianity were established in the
    • Christ entered earth-life, and He has remained in earth-life since
    • earth-life that Christ should have entered it. But now let us
    • the reverse of ours. Christ left the sphere of the Angels to come to
    • say: Christ left our world to go through the Mystery of Golgotha. And
    • rejoice that Christ in His healing power should have come to us in as
    • bodies should live with the Christ-thought in such a way that it can
    • Golgotha — shine up to the Angels as a light. Men say: Christ
    • able to dwell in us — “not I, but Christ in me.”
    • The Angels say: Christ has gone from the sphere of our inner life,
    • and He shines up to us now like so many stars in the Christ-thought
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
    • the central impulse of earth evolution, to the Christ impulse. The
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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    • out of the group to teach people about Christ. But in the fifth
    • period Christ is already actually entering the individual soul.
    • Already, unconsciously or subconsciously, we all carry Christ within
    • from doing all we can to further what will make Christ universally
    • centuries of the Christian era this or that may have been adapted to
    • Christ-conception. In this way we bring to every soul what it
    • The various forms assumed by Christianity were established in the
    • Christ entered earth-life, and He has remained in earth-life since
    • earth-life that Christ should have entered it. But now let us
    • the reverse of ours. Christ left the sphere of the Angels to come to
    • say: Christ left our world to go through the Mystery of Golgotha. And
    • rejoice that Christ in His healing power should have come to us in as
    • bodies should live with the Christ-thought in such a way that it can
    • Golgotha — shine up to the Angels as a light. Men say: Christ
    • able to dwell in us — “not I, but Christ in me.”
    • The Angels say: Christ has gone from the sphere of our inner life,
    • and He shines up to us now like so many stars in the Christ-thought
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
    • the central impulse of earth evolution, to the Christ impulse. The
    • Christ impulse will become our real link with the spiritual worlds
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  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • Ever since the early days of Christianity it has been the custom
    • to draw a distinction between the festivals of Christmas and of Easter in
    • that the Christmas festival has been made immovable, having been fixed at
    • time fixed for the Christmas festival indicates how closely that festival
    • birth of the man into whom the Christ Being afterwards entered.
    • indicates how through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • Christianity, to some of those early mysteries which during a certain
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • Christianity was the appearance of the figure of St. Paul
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the event at
    • very Being of the Christ in an extra-earthly, super-sensible manner. Thus
    • Paul was a man who could not be persuaded of the meaning of the Christ
    • experience of Christ Jesus, we discover a strange and astounding fact
    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • late as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • was of about the same age as Christ Jesus Himself. The time that Christ
    • Jesus spent in His work on earth, Paul spent as an anti-Christian. And
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • about the same length of time that Christ had walked the earth, did
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  • Title: Lecture: The Meaning of Easter: St. Paul and the Christ Impulse
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    • Ever since the early days of Christianity it has been the custom
    • to draw a distinction between the festivals of Christmas and of Easter in
    • that the Christmas festival has been made immovable, having been fixed at
    • time fixed for the Christmas festival indicates how closely that festival
    • birth of the man into whom the Christ Being afterwards entered.
    • indicates how through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • Christianity, to some of those early mysteries which during a certain
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • Christianity was the appearance of the figure of St. Paul
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the event at
    • very Being of the Christ in an extra-earthly, super-sensible manner. Thus
    • Paul was a man who could not be persuaded of the meaning of the Christ
    • experience of Christ Jesus, we discover a strange and astounding fact
    • is not easy to detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse
    • late as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • was of about the same age as Christ Jesus Himself. The time that Christ
    • Jesus spent in His work on earth, Paul spent as an anti-Christian. And
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • about the same length of time that Christ had walked the earth, did
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    • The Christian Mystery.
    • Christopher Bamford.
    • The Christian Mystery.
    • Christopher Bamford.
    • the appearance of Christ anyone who wished to acquire
    • now Christ appeared upon the
    • event took place in the Sacrificial Death of Christ Jesus.
    • memory of those Mysteries Christ
    • to Christ were no longer required to “see,”
    • thousand years after Christ was to educate man for the
    • Christ
    • man. Wine is the symbol of personal man. Christ changed the
    • purified. Therefore for two thousand years Christianity was
    • to live without the doctrine of reincarnation. Christ
    • appeared to sanctify personality. As a sign that Christ
    • transmuted in the higher nature, Christ Himself. The
    • God, of the Logos Who had become Flesh in Christ; and then
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    • The Christian Mystery.
    • Christopher Bamford.
    • The Christian Mystery.
    • Christopher Bamford.
    • the appearance of Christ anyone who wished to acquire
    • now Christ appeared upon the
    • event took place in the Sacrificial Death of Christ Jesus.
    • memory of those Mysteries Christ
    • to Christ were no longer required to “see,”
    • thousand years after Christ was to educate man for the
    • Christ
    • man. Wine is the symbol of personal man. Christ changed the
    • purified. Therefore for two thousand years Christianity was
    • to live without the doctrine of reincarnation. Christ
    • appeared to sanctify personality. As a sign that Christ
    • transmuted in the higher nature, Christ Himself. The
    • God, of the Logos Who had become Flesh in Christ; and then
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • number of souls who were faithful and devoted followers of Christianity
    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • this — their blood belonged to nothing else on earth than to Christ
    • “Not I, but Christ in me!” And in bloody and severe combats, in
    • had gained the power actually to attain Christian initiation by means of the
    • historical event. Christian initiation may be attained in the manner
    • were accused above all of blaspheming Christianity, of blaspheming the
  • Title: Lecture: The Templars
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    • number of souls who were faithful and devoted followers of Christianity
    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • this — their blood belonged to nothing else on earth than to Christ
    • “Not I, but Christ in me!” And in bloody and severe combats, in
    • had gained the power actually to attain Christian initiation by means of the
    • historical event. Christian initiation may be attained in the manner
    • were accused above all of blaspheming Christianity, of blaspheming the
  • Title: Paths to Knowledge of Higher Worlds
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    • Christiania, November 26, 1921
    • A lecture given in Christiania, 26th November, 1921.
    • (Christiania, Nov. 26, 1921)
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    • Christiania, November 26, 1921
    • A lecture given in Christiania, 26th November, 1921.
    • (Christiania, Nov. 26, 1921)
  • Title: The Supersensible Being of Man and the Evolution of Mankind
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    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • the Event of Golgotha, the Incarnation of Christ as Man, met
    • that the Being of Christ had united Himself with human evolution. But
    • Christ Impulse was at work in human souls, men's consciousness was of
    • speak. Jesus the Christ Bearer became the ‘simple man of
    • into Christianity. And nowadays there is not only a materialistic
    • super-sensible fact of all human evolution. The narrow view of Christ
    • Christianity arose, the teachings about Christ Jesus came out
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    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • the Event of Golgotha, the Incarnation of Christ as Man, met
    • that the Being of Christ had united Himself with human evolution. But
    • Christ Impulse was at work in human souls, men's consciousness was of
    • speak. Jesus the Christ Bearer became the ‘simple man of
    • into Christianity. And nowadays there is not only a materialistic
    • super-sensible fact of all human evolution. The narrow view of Christ
    • Christianity arose, the teachings about Christ Jesus came out
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • sentient body. This takes us back 6,000 years before our Christian
    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
    • we prepare for it through the keeping of the Christmas Festival, as I
    • that frame of mind which is in accord with the ‘Christmas
    • Science, let us accept a true Christmas attitude of reverence. Let us
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • sentient body. This takes us back 6,000 years before our Christian
    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
    • we prepare for it through the keeping of the Christmas Festival, as I
    • that frame of mind which is in accord with the ‘Christmas
    • Science, let us accept a true Christmas attitude of reverence. Let us
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
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    • The Christ Being, Past, Present, and Future.
    • Christuskünder. This volume contains three lectures
    • The Christmas Mystery
    • presence of the everlasting power of the Christ in the
    • and Cosmos, the Christ Being Himself appeared before him. He
    • of having discovered Christ as a living reality. Such an
    • Christ Jesus and rejected their proclamation, received in
    • higher vision the direct proof that Christ lives, that He is
    • truth Christ was not only present in the Body that was once
    • spirituality, would have allied himself with Christ had he
    • out of actual knowledge, Novalis says that the Christ whom he
    • working. The eye that beholds the Christ has itself been
    • formed by the Christ-Power. The Christ-Power within the eye
    • beholds the Christ outside the eye.
    • Event of Golgotha the Being we call Christ has been the
    • Body of Christ; he sees the waters of the Earth permeated
    • with Christ's Blood, and he sees the solid rocks as Christ's
    • Body of Christ; he sees the Earth and Christ miraculously
    • Christ.
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  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • The Christmas Mystery, Novalis as Seer,
    • The Christ Being, Past, Present, and Future.
    • Christuskünder. This volume contains three lectures
    • The Christmas Mystery
    • presence of the everlasting power of the Christ in the
    • and Cosmos, the Christ Being Himself appeared before him. He
    • of having discovered Christ as a living reality. Such an
    • Christ Jesus and rejected their proclamation, received in
    • higher vision the direct proof that Christ lives, that He is
    • truth Christ was not only present in the Body that was once
    • spirituality, would have allied himself with Christ had he
    • out of actual knowledge, Novalis says that the Christ whom he
    • working. The eye that beholds the Christ has itself been
    • formed by the Christ-Power. The Christ-Power within the eye
    • beholds the Christ outside the eye.
    • Event of Golgotha the Being we call Christ has been the
    • Body of Christ; he sees the waters of the Earth permeated
    • with Christ's Blood, and he sees the solid rocks as Christ's
    • Body of Christ; he sees the Earth and Christ miraculously
    • Christ.
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    • People believe themselves Christians but have not even understood the
    • Christian” or “Christ” or
    • speaking in a Christian sense, even if what one is saying may be very
    • unchristian. But if we hold we are making known what the Christ is
    • carried over into Christianity — people find it unchristian.
    • specially Christian in consequence. So, too, one is not
    • State” proposals, are the Christianity of to-day; they are,
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    • People believe themselves Christians but have not even understood the
    • Christian” or “Christ” or
    • speaking in a Christian sense, even if what one is saying may be very
    • unchristian. But if we hold we are making known what the Christ is
    • carried over into Christianity — people find it unchristian.
    • specially Christian in consequence. So, too, one is not
    • State” proposals, are the Christianity of to-day; they are,
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • Das esoterische Christentum and die geistige Führung der Menschheit
    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • It is also known as: Moses and Christ, or The Coming of Christ.
    • Esoteric Christianity and the Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • Das esoterische Christentum and die geistige Führung
    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • Moses and Christ, or
    • The Coming of Christ.
    • Esoteric Christianity and the Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • BUDDHA AND CHRIST
    • different from those undergone in later pre-Christian epochs and in
    • Christ on the physical plane in a physical body. In our own, fifth
    • experience the Christ Being in an etheric form on the astral plane,
    • just as in the fourth epoch Christ was visible on the physical plane
    • responsibility towards the pre-Christian powers for having allowed
    • centuries before the beginning of the Christian era has not since
    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
    • Christ Impulse. The legend, which was subsequently forgotten, tells
    • by Barlaam and his soul was fired by the Christian Impulse. This was
    • work in the evolution of humanity. It is the Christ Impulse and is
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    • Das esoterische Christentum and die geistige Führung der Menschheit
    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • It is also known as: Moses and Christ, or The Coming of Christ.
    • Esoteric Christianity and the Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • Das esoterische Christentum and die geistige Führung
    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • Moses and Christ, or
    • The Coming of Christ.
    • Esoteric Christianity and the Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • BUDDHA AND CHRIST
    • different from those undergone in later pre-Christian epochs and in
    • Christ on the physical plane in a physical body. In our own, fifth
    • experience the Christ Being in an etheric form on the astral plane,
    • just as in the fourth epoch Christ was visible on the physical plane
    • responsibility towards the pre-Christian powers for having allowed
    • centuries before the beginning of the Christian era has not since
    • by the Christ Impulse. Consciousness of this truth was demonstrated
    • Christ Impulse. The legend, which was subsequently forgotten, tells
    • by Barlaam and his soul was fired by the Christian Impulse. This was
    • work in the evolution of humanity. It is the Christ Impulse and is
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  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • these worlds. He must do so, if Christianity is again to become a
    • clearly when we look at the modern conception of Christ — if
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • of forming a true idea of Christ.
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • Christ Jesus has place in the Gospels only in so far as He brought
    • of the Father God. Thus in the sense of this theology Christ is of
    • Christian times, up to about the third or fourth century, when there was
    • still a good deal of the Oriental wisdom in Christianity, men were
    • engaged attention in the early Christian centuries have long ceased
    • Christ, he wants to acknowledge Him — but through inner
    • Christ God. Modern theology has not the Christ at all; it has only
    • the Father — but it calls the Father “Christ,”
    • because it has received the tradition of the Christ Being in history
    • and, quite naturally, wants to be Christian. If we were honest, we
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • so speaking because for him both the Father and the Christ are
    • Father and Christ. If you are inwardly honest with yourselves, you
    • Father God and the Christ, the two ideas become confused and
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    • these worlds. He must do so, if Christianity is again to become a
    • clearly when we look at the modern conception of Christ — if
    • indeed modern times may be said to have any idea of Christ at all.
    • cannot possibly come to an idea of Christ as long as he makes use
    • of forming a true idea of Christ.
    • Harnack says that Christ the Son does not really belong in the
    • Christ Jesus has place in the Gospels only in so far as He brought
    • of the Father God. Thus in the sense of this theology Christ is of
    • Christian times, up to about the third or fourth century, when there was
    • still a good deal of the Oriental wisdom in Christianity, men were
    • engaged attention in the early Christian centuries have long ceased
    • Christ, he wants to acknowledge Him — but through inner
    • Christ God. Modern theology has not the Christ at all; it has only
    • the Father — but it calls the Father “Christ,”
    • because it has received the tradition of the Christ Being in history
    • and, quite naturally, wants to be Christian. If we were honest, we
    • should simply be unable to call ourselves Christians in modern times.
    • so speaking because for him both the Father and the Christ are
    • Father and Christ. If you are inwardly honest with yourselves, you
    • Father God and the Christ, the two ideas become confused and
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • been interpreted through history; esoteric, inner Christianity is the
    • living teaching of the Risen Christ: resurrection. Today it lies in the
    • Auferstehung. Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity (pub. 1985).
    • Christianity
    • CHRISTIANITY
    • Christianity itself, especially in respect of the spiritual
    • kernel of Christianity — the Mystery of Golgotha — a
    • teaching there has always been an esoteric Christianity,
    • Christianity the teaching of greatest moment is that concerning
    • the communion between the Risen Christ — the Christ Who has
    • between Christ after His Resurrection and His disciples does
    • testifies that he was only able to believe in Christ after He had
    • conviction: Christ had passed through death and in His life now,
    • through the event at Damascus, the reality of the Living Christ
    • could not be convinced of the reality of the Christ?
    • learn that Christ Jesus had been condemned to a death of shame by
    • that were still extant during the first centuries of Christendom
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • The mystery of death taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples after his resurrection. Saul and the event at Damascus when he became the apostle Paul. The role of Ahriman, Satan, the World Prince, in the course of human evolution.
    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • been interpreted through history; esoteric, inner Christianity is the
    • living teaching of the Risen Christ: resurrection. Today it lies in the
    • Auferstehung. Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity (pub. 1985).
    • Christianity
    • CHRISTIANITY
    • Christianity itself, especially in respect of the spiritual
    • kernel of Christianity — the Mystery of Golgotha — a
    • teaching there has always been an esoteric Christianity,
    • Christianity the teaching of greatest moment is that concerning
    • the communion between the Risen Christ — the Christ Who has
    • between Christ after His Resurrection and His disciples does
    • testifies that he was only able to believe in Christ after He had
    • conviction: Christ had passed through death and in His life now,
    • through the event at Damascus, the reality of the Living Christ
    • could not be convinced of the reality of the Christ?
    • learn that Christ Jesus had been condemned to a death of shame by
    • that were still extant during the first centuries of Christendom
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  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • the ancient Mystery wisdom of God the Father, looked upon the Christ
    • divine creative Father-principle lives in Nature, and Christ is the
    • the Christ otherwise than by saying that he was the Son of the
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • old theology which considered the Christ only as the Son of the
    • Gospels in order to know the Christ as an independent Being, from the
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • the Christ as an independent Being.
    • divine spiritual being of the Christ. Modern theology lost this
    • looked upon the Christ as the “meek man of Nazareth”.
    • Christianity”, you will find that it contains a relapse; for in
    • this book a modern theologian again describes the Christ very much
    • Christianity”, we could substitute the word
    • Christ” wherever we read the word “God-Father”
    • of the Father” considered the Christ as the Son of God, people
    • Christ himself, in his divine spiritual being, the spiritual
    • conception was already lost. They did not approach the Christ at all.
    • Christ — but only a universal God. This is what Geyer said,
    • because he honestly confessed that people indeed spoke of the Christ,
    • by the description of the Christ, as being merely the Son of God, and wish
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    • the ancient Mystery wisdom of God the Father, looked upon the Christ
    • divine creative Father-principle lives in Nature, and Christ is the
    • the Christ otherwise than by saying that he was the Son of the
    • see the Christ in his own being. They did not base themselves on the
    • old theology which considered the Christ only as the Son of the
    • Gospels in order to know the Christ as an independent Being, from the
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • the Christ as an independent Being.
    • divine spiritual being of the Christ. Modern theology lost this
    • looked upon the Christ as the “meek man of Nazareth”.
    • Christianity”, you will find that it contains a relapse; for in
    • this book a modern theologian again describes the Christ very much
    • Christianity”, we could substitute the word
    • Christ” wherever we read the word “God-Father”
    • of the Father” considered the Christ as the Son of God, people
    • Christ himself, in his divine spiritual being, the spiritual
    • conception was already lost. They did not approach the Christ at all.
    • Christ — but only a universal God. This is what Geyer said,
    • because he honestly confessed that people indeed spoke of the Christ,
    • by the description of the Christ, as being merely the Son of God, and wish
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • the soul can develop of its own accord will serve to grasp Christ
    • fully, the Christ who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, so that
    • St. Paul's words, “Not I, but Christ in me”, will become
    • Christ with all the soul's inner forces of knowledge. This is a
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • the centuries which have elapsed since that time, the Christ-Impulse
    • Christ-Impulse does not only appeal in an intellectual way to human
    • impulse. The Christ-Impulse streams with living strength into the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • Christ-Impulse; but this Impulse already worked as a living force in
    • might say, the Christ-Impulse and brought about through it important
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • understanding could not the Christ-Impulse, this impulse worked through the
    • influence of the Christ-Impulse does not depend on the comprehension
    • we have for it. I might say that the Christ-Impulse penetrated into
    • and days between Christmas Eve and January 6th, the festival of
    • Christ's appearance. Olaf Asteson's very name indicates that he
    • and which go from the day of Christ's birth to the day of Epiphany on
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
    • illuminated by the physical forces of the sun. And because Christ is
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    • the soul can develop of its own accord will serve to grasp Christ
    • fully, the Christ who passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, so that
    • St. Paul's words, “Not I, but Christ in me”, will become
    • Christ with all the soul's inner forces of knowledge. This is a
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • the centuries which have elapsed since that time, the Christ-Impulse
    • Christ-Impulse does not only appeal in an intellectual way to human
    • impulse. The Christ-Impulse streams with living strength into the
    • event in order to understand how the Christ-Impulse worked in
    • Christ-Impulse; but this Impulse already worked as a living force in
    • might say, the Christ-Impulse and brought about through it important
    • the Christ-Impulse lived in the Maid of Orleans that a living Impulse
    • understanding could not the Christ-Impulse, this impulse worked through the
    • influence of the Christ-Impulse does not depend on the comprehension
    • we have for it. I might say that the Christ-Impulse penetrated into
    • and days between Christmas Eve and January 6th, the festival of
    • Christ's appearance. Olaf Asteson's very name indicates that he
    • and which go from the day of Christ's birth to the day of Epiphany on
    • the legend describes the forces of the Christ-Impulse which strongly
    • illuminated by the physical forces of the sun. And because Christ is
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  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • different from that of a later time. The origin of Christianity
    • of humanity through the birth of Christianity we shall understand
    • rise of Christianity — not to mention Jewish history — is
    • preparation for Christianity. This whole extent of pagan
    • culture is essentially different from our modern Christian culture.
    • the eight centuries preceding the rise of Christianity. We may even
    • was the Christ Impulse which has arisen from the Mystery of Golgotha
    • after Christ. Try to read the description of Occidental wisdom up to
    • centuries the moral impulse was borne by the Christian impulse.
    • that which is really contained in the Christian faith. In our time it
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    • different from that of a later time. The origin of Christianity
    • of humanity through the birth of Christianity we shall understand
    • rise of Christianity — not to mention Jewish history — is
    • preparation for Christianity. This whole extent of pagan
    • culture is essentially different from our modern Christian culture.
    • the eight centuries preceding the rise of Christianity. We may even
    • was the Christ Impulse which has arisen from the Mystery of Golgotha
    • after Christ. Try to read the description of Occidental wisdom up to
    • centuries the moral impulse was borne by the Christian impulse.
    • that which is really contained in the Christian faith. In our time it
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • Christ, or a spiritual power of some kind, to do what he
    • little stress on men being redeemed by Christ, not by
    • not God, why does not Christ, come to the help of this or
    • will put it as follows. The old pre-Christian civilisations
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    • little stress on men being redeemed by Christ, not by
    • not God, why does not Christ, come to the help of this or
    • will put it as follows. The old pre-Christian civilisations
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • since the moment when the life of Christ passed through the
    • Earth. Had the Christ-Impulse only been able to work through
    • have had very little of Christ in the past centuries.
    • to show how the Christ works in the human soul, in that which
    • the Christ-Impulse when he himself, being converted, made
    • Christianity the State religion, was very little. But the
    • let the symbol of the Cross of Christ be carried before his
    • impulse of Christ. Truly, these men could not understand what
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • Christmas and did not reawaken until the day of the Three
    • Earth is greatest. Therefore the Christmas Festival is
    • Christ-Impulse. They had to be there in her soul. How should
    • days after Christmas and had awakened on the 6th of January.
    • borne by her mother, so as to pass through the Christmas
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    • since the moment when the life of Christ passed through the
    • Earth. Had the Christ-Impulse only been able to work through
    • have had very little of Christ in the past centuries.
    • to show how the Christ works in the human soul, in that which
    • the Christ-Impulse when he himself, being converted, made
    • Christianity the State religion, was very little. But the
    • let the symbol of the Cross of Christ be carried before his
    • impulse of Christ. Truly, these men could not understand what
    • could reach to what the Christ-Impulse was in its reality.
    • Where, then, did the Christ-Impulse really appear, in an
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • Christmas and did not reawaken until the day of the Three
    • Earth is greatest. Therefore the Christmas Festival is
    • Christ-Impulse. They had to be there in her soul. How should
    • days after Christmas and had awakened on the 6th of January.
    • borne by her mother, so as to pass through the Christmas
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    • we can feel that the emblems of Christmas around us are
    • the houses to celebrate the Christmas Festival, our aesthetic
    • sense must be pained by displays of so-called Christmas
    • goods, while inventions out of keeping with Christmas trees
    • and Christmas symbols whiz past — motor cars, electric
    • more deeply when we realise what the Christmas Festival has
    • revitalised. There was an epoch when Christmas was a festival
    • Festival of Christ's birth and the modern anthroposophical
    • the Christmas Festival and could be felt again if there were
    • to experience the Christmas Festival in the truly
    • Christmas Festival was once upon a time or is now. Wherever
    • feelings connected with the Christmas Festival has existed
    • introduction of Christianity at the time of the year when our
    • own Christmas Festival is drawing near. We will think briefly
    • of epochs prior to the introduction of Christianity into
    • their further evolution through the power of the Christ
    • in Europe the warmest, most intimate feelings for the Christ
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • Child, by the birth of the Christ Child. And if we believe
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    • Yuletide and theChristmas Festival
    • we can feel that the emblems of Christmas around us are
    • the houses to celebrate the Christmas Festival, our aesthetic
    • sense must be pained by displays of so-called Christmas
    • goods, while inventions out of keeping with Christmas trees
    • and Christmas symbols whiz past — motor cars, electric
    • more deeply when we realise what the Christmas Festival has
    • revitalised. There was an epoch when Christmas was a festival
    • Festival of Christ's birth and the modern anthroposophical
    • the Christmas Festival and could be felt again if there were
    • to experience the Christmas Festival in the truly
    • Christmas Festival was once upon a time or is now. Wherever
    • feelings connected with the Christmas Festival has existed
    • introduction of Christianity at the time of the year when our
    • own Christmas Festival is drawing near. We will think briefly
    • of epochs prior to the introduction of Christianity into
    • their further evolution through the power of the Christ
    • in Europe the warmest, most intimate feelings for the Christ
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • Child, by the birth of the Christ Child. And if we believe
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    • Buddhism and Christianity.
    • centuries before the Christ Impulse was destined to dominate Western
    • compare it with Christianity. Six hundred years after the appearance
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
    • Christian conception as follows. In so far as the Christian
    • pictures of the Book of Genesis. The attitude of the Christian to the
    • world is very different from that of the Buddhist. The Christian
    • Thus in Christianity we are
    • temptation plays an essential part. The Christian who pierces
    • the surface of Christianity into its depths must say that because of
    • maya and illusion;” the Christian: — “I have
    • Christian asks the same question but realises: “The fault is
    • therefore he must overcome the world, but the Christian feels
    • When the Christian realises
    • And so the Christian feels
    • overcoming the thirst for existence. The Christian seeks liberation
    • and Paul's words: “Not I, but Christ in me!” —
    • must be overcome. He must leave this world!” But the Christian
    • is the fault!” The Christian stands in the world
    • “Not I, but Christ in me!” The Christian should say:
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    • Buddhism and Christianity.
    • centuries before the Christ Impulse was destined to dominate Western
    • compare it with Christianity. Six hundred years after the appearance
    • the Christian has quite a different attitude. Putting aside
    • Christian conception as follows. In so far as the Christian
    • pictures of the Book of Genesis. The attitude of the Christian to the
    • world is very different from that of the Buddhist. The Christian
    • Thus in Christianity we are
    • temptation plays an essential part. The Christian who pierces
    • the surface of Christianity into its depths must say that because of
    • maya and illusion;” the Christian: — “I have
    • Christian asks the same question but realises: “The fault is
    • therefore he must overcome the world, but the Christian feels
    • When the Christian realises
    • And so the Christian feels
    • overcoming the thirst for existence. The Christian seeks liberation
    • and Paul's words: “Not I, but Christ in me!” —
    • must be overcome. He must leave this world!” But the Christian
    • is the fault!” The Christian stands in the world
    • “Not I, but Christ in me!” The Christian should say:
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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • the light of the Mystery of Golgotha, when through Christ Jesus an
    • stars — He Whom a later age called “Christ” and an
    • resurrection of Christ were, in the first place, the most essential
    • features for those who truly understood Christianity.
    • human body. The Christ has now become an “extract” of the
    • Christ impulse gazed at the dead figure on the Cross, at the
    • beyond death — for death had been conquered by Christ in the
    • Nascimur. The early Christians, in whom the impulse of esoteric
    • Christianity was still living, buried their dead but held divine
    • by the soul that is united with Christ; the tomb became an altar.
    • united with Christ, Who as the spiritual essence of the stars
    • was the answer to the riddle of Nature. Christ was the answer
    • preserved — proves that as the Christian Initiates contemplated
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, in the certainty that Christ had descended
    • union of mortal man on Earth with Christ. Through Christ, man redeems
    • death and resurrection of Christ. If your earthly life is more than a
    • mere natural existence, if it is such that. Christ's Kingdom is
    • communion with Christ Himself. Christ, the Divine Being, becomes your
    • brother; in death and in life you die in Christ.” The truth of
    • life in God the Son, in Christ, could now be added to the primeval
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    • the light of the Mystery of Golgotha, when through Christ Jesus an
    • stars — He Whom a later age called “Christ” and an
    • resurrection of Christ were, in the first place, the most essential
    • features for those who truly understood Christianity.
    • human body. The Christ has now become an “extract” of the
    • Christ impulse gazed at the dead figure on the Cross, at the
    • beyond death — for death had been conquered by Christ in the
    • Nascimur. The early Christians, in whom the impulse of esoteric
    • Christianity was still living, buried their dead but held divine
    • by the soul that is united with Christ; the tomb became an altar.
    • united with Christ, Who as the spiritual essence of the stars
    • was the answer to the riddle of Nature. Christ was the answer
    • preserved — proves that as the Christian Initiates contemplated
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, in the certainty that Christ had descended
    • union of mortal man on Earth with Christ. Through Christ, man redeems
    • death and resurrection of Christ. If your earthly life is more than a
    • mere natural existence, if it is such that. Christ's Kingdom is
    • communion with Christ Himself. Christ, the Divine Being, becomes your
    • brother; in death and in life you die in Christ.” The truth of
    • life in God the Son, in Christ, could now be added to the primeval
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse.
    • Die geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit durch den Christus-Impuls,
    • Christ problem as a whole — a fact that is no doubt surprising. A
    • beings to understand the coming of Christ into the world as a
    • very time when the Christ united with earthly evolution, humankind
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • Mysteries, the Christ had already been mentioned as the “coming
    • proclaimed the coming of Christ. One viewed the Christ being, of
    • had gradually degenerated, so that, when the Christ did come, people
    • were less able than ever to speak, as human beings, about the Christ.
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • are concerned with the Christ (they still knew this, of course); the
    • Christ can be understood only as a spiritual being connected with
    • spiritual and suprasensory impulses. This Christ descends from cosmic
    • Gnosis had been able to understand the Christ, but they knew that he
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • was born; he carried the Christ, and God lived in that human being.
    • concerned with the Christ. How should we conceive the union of these
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    • Christ problem as a whole — a fact that is no doubt surprising. A
    • beings to understand the coming of Christ into the world as a
    • very time when the Christ united with earthly evolution, humankind
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • Mysteries, the Christ had already been mentioned as the “coming
    • proclaimed the coming of Christ. One viewed the Christ being, of
    • had gradually degenerated, so that, when the Christ did come, people
    • were less able than ever to speak, as human beings, about the Christ.
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • are concerned with the Christ (they still knew this, of course); the
    • Christ can be understood only as a spiritual being connected with
    • spiritual and suprasensory impulses. This Christ descends from cosmic
    • Gnosis had been able to understand the Christ, but they knew that he
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • was born; he carried the Christ, and God lived in that human being.
    • concerned with the Christ. How should we conceive the union of these
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    • contained a purely Christian element. It describes the battle of
    • Elias with Antichrist. But the manner in which this battle of Elias
    • with Antichrist is described, the whole way in which the story is
    • Kingdom of the Antichrist.
    • they did not see the same as that which the Christian of
    • not said: Christ allows His Blood to stream down from above, but:
    • Realm, — because it was felt that Christ must be placed
    • mid-way between, to the Kingdom of Christ. Until we reach this
    • and balance. Christ stands there as the Balance between Lucifer and
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    • Elias with Antichrist. But the manner in which this battle of Elias
    • with Antichrist is described, the whole way in which the story is
    • Kingdom of the Antichrist.
    • they did not see the same as that which the Christian of
    • not said: Christ allows His Blood to stream down from above, but:
    • Realm, — because it was felt that Christ must be placed
    • mid-way between, to the Kingdom of Christ. Until we reach this
    • and balance. Christ stands there as the Balance between Lucifer and
  • Title: Vortrage: Denken, Fühlen, Wollen - Das Muspilhgedicht
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    • Antichrist, erinnert an die alten Kämpfe der Sagen, der Bewohner
    • Antichrist.
    • heutige Christ unter dem Reiche seines Gottes versteht, sondern diese
    • nicht vorgestellt: Der Christus läßt oben sein Blut
    • Christus hineinstellen wollte in Mittelgard, in dasjenige, was in der
    • Christus-Reich ist. Ohne daß wir dazu vorrücken, kommen wir
    • wirklich finden kann: Christus ist da zum Ausgleich des Luzifer und
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    • Antichrist, erinnert an die alten Kämpfe der Sagen, der Bewohner
    • Antichrist.
    • heutige Christ unter dem Reiche seines Gottes versteht, sondern diese
    • nicht vorgestellt: Der Christus läßt oben sein Blut
    • Christus hineinstellen wollte in Mittelgard, in dasjenige, was in der
    • Christus-Reich ist. Ohne daß wir dazu vorrücken, kommen wir
    • wirklich finden kann: Christus ist da zum Ausgleich des Luzifer und
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    • understood in the West than in the East. Christianity
    • understood. Paul: ‘If Christ be not risen, then our
    • Impossibility of reincarnation of Christ or of Buddha.
    • Christ-Impulse. Spirits of Wisdom from Sun. The great
    • offers Isaac, sacrifice refused. Christ renounced His
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    • Christian Rosenkreutz. The Christian idea, having been
    • understood in the West than in the East. Christianity
    • understood. Paul: ‘If Christ be not risen, then our
    • Impossibility of reincarnation of Christ or of Buddha.
    • Christ-Impulse. Spirits of Wisdom from Sun. The great
    • offers Isaac, sacrifice refused. Christ renounced His
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 1: Introductory Lecture
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    • name of Christian Rosenkreutz, and that this Lodge longed to hear
    • when I reflect that in order to speak about Christian Rosenkreutz at
    • that for some years we have designated as the Christ is the result of
    • of Christ into the body of Jesus of Nazareth at the time marked by
    • yet, we could not understand Christianity without possessing
    • these truths. We cannot really understand Christianity, for instance,
    • cannot understand Christianity; for what could he make of the words
    • of St. Paul, ‘If Christ be not risen, then is our preaching
    • Christianity.
    • It is precisely these facts relating to Christianity, to the Mystery
    • not interested in Christ, and never have been. They do not feel any
    • meditating about the Being of the Christ, or in making occult
    • Christ.
    • contains great truths concerning everything not Christian, —
    • but in respect to what is Christian, is the greatest nonsense. With
    • exception of Judaism and Christianity, — The Secret Doctrine
    • is very useful. But nothing relating to Judaism and Christianity
    • became inadequate for the understanding of Christianity. Allow me to
    • mode of understanding Christianity, but it was not possible really to
    • understand Christianity by means of Eastern conceptions. These only
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 2: The Inner Aspects of the Saturn-embodiment of the Earth
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    • carried by the Christ-Being, swimming — though not in a sea of
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 3: The Inner Aspect of the Sun-embodiment of the Earth
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    • the Christ-being when we grasp the idea of the bestowing virtue, the
    • to the earth by the Christ-Being is on the earth, fulfils its life on
    • nature of the Christ-impulse. We are then able to understand the dim
    • we see this picture again, and see how the Christ grows forth from
    • will be our task to study the Christ-Being in the spiritual nature of
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • as it were, we have before us the meaning of the earth, the Christ.
    • wish to avoid the death of sacrifice.’ That which Christ might
    • the greatest renunciation made by Christ Jesus confronts us when, by
    • to enter His sphere. If we are able to see in Christ Jesus all that
    • whose very nature was resignation. Christ renounced that which would
    • the Christ seated among the twelve, and Judas, the betrayer, in the
    • value might enter into evolution, Christ Himself had to place His
    • immortal Divine power. And this representation of Christ surrounded
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • by any of the phenomena known to man, that the Christ incarnated in
    • to have risen like Christ — all these reasons are on the same
    • Christ-Being’ it must clearly be impossible to
    • Christ-Being is the Mystery of Golgotha; that is, the conquest of
    • Would Christ undergo death He must descend to the physical plane!
    • Christ Himself belongs to the higher worlds and came down to the
    • perceive the Christ as an etheric figure of the astral plane, as Paul
    • becoming able to perceive the Christ by means of the higher faculties
    • worlds, that Christ is a reality; that He lives; they will learn to
    • development of Christ Himself is progressing — and that
    • appears as a first shining forth of Christ in the world of man. So
    • Christ for the next three thousand years from our present century.
    • enacted on earth as the origin of all the subsequent Christ
    • Christianity could be brought about without having a power behind
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact. They were able to convince
    • themselves of the actual existence of Christ Jesus by the
    • such and such a position, then He whom they call the Christ must have
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Description of Contents
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    • Christ's words: ‘My kingdom is not of this
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 2: Humanity's Struggle for Morality
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    • here on earth, the Christ impulse is the heart of the moral
    • beings encounter the Christ impulse here on the physical
    • The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz: Anno 1459
    • The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • The age of humanity then matched the age at which Christ went
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 3: The Search for a Perfect World
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    • can they gain an idea of what Jesus Christ meant when he
    • Jesus Christ did not want to bring a kingdom of perfection to
    • the gospels to show that Christ intended to reform this outer
    • Christian baptism for Hermann Bahr's ancestors down to the
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 4: The Elemental Spirits of Birth and Death
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    • seek to bring Christ's words to realization: ‘Where two
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 5: Changes in Humanity's Spiritual Make-up
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    • things, that Jesus Christ — that strange individual
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    • the Body and blood of Christ enter into them. Everything
    • The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz,
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 9: The Battle between Michael and 'The Dragon'
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    • people christen everything ‘moral impulse’‘
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 11: Recognizing the Inner Human Being
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    • Christ.’
    • the message of Jesus Christ with Jesus Christ himself. This
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 12: The Spirits of Light and the Spirits of Darkness
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    • — which was to prepare the way for Christianity —
    • The Christ,
    • the vicar, of the Christ, of the Christ impulse to create
  • Title: Fall/Darkness: Lecture 13: The Fallen Spirits' Influence in the World
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    • Christ and the Gospels from this point of view. Two
    • Christianity are said to be due to the fact that at the
    • about in Palestine as Jesus Christ and infected people with
    • Christianity.
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    • really understanding Christ. Those who still understood something
    • Christ completely, said of Christ that he came to earth, that he
    • They took up what was proclaimed about Christ in written
    • when Christ must be understood. But we resist this
    • understanding of Christ, and the form this resistance takes is
    • Christ really is still lived in those who say that they understand
    • Christ, what would happen? They would have to be clear about the fact
    • that Christ, as a heavenly being, descended to earth; he therefore
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
    • Then we draw near to the language that Christ spoke.
    • must in fact first learn the language of Christ, the language
    • relearn this language in order to make sense out of what Christ
    • spoken about Christianity and described the history of Christianity,
    • the point now is to understand Christ, to understand him as an
    • [From the Oberufer Christmas plays.] One simply
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    • really understanding Christ. Those who still understood something
    • Christ completely, said of Christ that he came to earth, that he
    • They took up what was proclaimed about Christ in written
    • when Christ must be understood. But we resist this
    • understanding of Christ, and the form this resistance takes is
    • Christ really is still lived in those who say that they understand
    • Christ, what would happen? They would have to be clear about the fact
    • that Christ, as a heavenly being, descended to earth; he therefore
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
    • Then we draw near to the language that Christ spoke.
    • must in fact first learn the language of Christ, the language
    • relearn this language in order to make sense out of what Christ
    • spoken about Christianity and described the history of Christianity,
    • the point now is to understand Christ, to understand him as an
    • [From the Oberufer Christmas plays.] One simply
  • Title: Foredrag: Kristusimpulsen i tidens utvikling og dens virke i mennesket
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    • ist in seiner Erinnerung der Christus,
    • wird der Christus leuchten
    • aus aer durchchristlichten, durchgöttlichten
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    • wird der Christus leuchten
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    • only be redeemed through the Christ. Christianity must first be
    • thinking must be saved by the Christ, he would probably put his hands to
    • his head and say: “The deed of Christ may have an influence on a great
    • the need of taking a true Christology seriously. This means that
    • which can be misunderstood so easily, must place the Christ in
    • Christianity, too, will remain a matter of faith, not of knowledge.
    • allow itself to have anything to do with the Christ. Thus we have our
    • knowledge in the spirit of the Christ-impulse he will attain
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    • only be redeemed through the Christ. Christianity must first be
    • thinking must be saved by the Christ, he would probably put his hands to
    • his head and say: “The deed of Christ may have an influence on a great
    • the need of taking a true Christology seriously. This means that
    • which can be misunderstood so easily, must place the Christ in
    • Christianity, too, will remain a matter of faith, not of knowledge.
    • allow itself to have anything to do with the Christ. Thus we have our
    • knowledge in the spirit of the Christ-impulse he will attain
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • understand. But unto you’ — so says Christ Jesus —
    • really mean? Which are the most important parables in which Christ Jesus
    • Christ Jesus is explaining processes pertaining to the Spirit. He
    • But when Christ Jesus is making clear to His disciples that He is one with
    • death, that within Him is a Christ-power, a Christ-impulse that must pass
    • December as the Christmas festival, the festival of the Spirit.
    • celebrated in the summer; Christmas, the festival of the
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    • understand. But unto you’ — so says Christ Jesus —
    • really mean? Which are the most important parables in which Christ Jesus
    • Christ Jesus is explaining processes pertaining to the Spirit. He
    • But when Christ Jesus is making clear to His disciples that He is one with
    • death, that within Him is a Christ-power, a Christ-impulse that must pass
    • December as the Christmas festival, the festival of the Spirit.
    • celebrated in the summer; Christmas, the festival of the
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
  • Title: On the Mysteries of Ancient and Modern Times: Lecture 1
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    • Mystery Truths and the Christmas Impulse. Published in German as,
    • And so on ... the Christians merely put Christ in the place
    • of Hercules, Dionysos and Osiris. Christ too is none other
    • needed the story of the Nazarene — Christ Jesus, the
    • Christ never was a physical personality, but a Sun. It was
    • theologians of the 19th century Christ gradually vanished
    • Christ-force entered the evolution of mankind. ‘In
    • on the Christ-impulse, it was not the mere word that
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    • of our era. Revelation continues. Christ Jesus is always
    • present. The spirit and the outlook, recognising Christ Jesus
    • as ever-present, is precisely that Christian spirit which can
    • to speak — a Christmas character. This, as I said,
    • of the two outstanding festivals of Christianity —
    • Christmas and Easter — has been done in a very
    • significant way. Christmas is a so-called immovable Feast,
    • a movable Feast. Christmas is fixed because, as you know, it
    • deep meaning of the Christmas Festival. It is to remind us
    • recognises the Christmas Festival: he should seek for the
    • of the Earth, — just as the Christ-Child is found in a
    • Christmas is
    • yet deeper meaning in it, that the time between Christmas and
    • Christmas Festival, properly speaking, belongs to the Easter
    • Christmas-impulses — take place in a given year; others
    • the successive Christmas impulses in historic evolution are
    • between Christmas and Easter is longer or shorter as the case
    • pillars of the Christian understanding of the world, —
    • namely the Immaculate Conception of Christ Jesus, and the
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    • Christian consciousness of to-day is still aware — or can,
    • poles to which I refer are the Christmas secret and the
    • Christmas secret is really the secret of birth; it represents
    • the birth of Christ Jesus, and therewithal attaches itself to
    • festival associated with the death of Christ Jesus. Now birth
    • festivals of Christmas and Easter, two gateways to the
    • invisible world are thus made the basis of the Christian
    • year; and inasmuch as this is so, the Christian
    • Christmas; it is essentially the Mystery of birth.
    • the Christmas Mysteries; and the ‘Mysteries of
    • afterwards merged into the real secret of Christmas, are the
    • In our time it must be possible to unite the Christmas and
    • were not Star-Mysteries, but rather a kind of Christmas
    • The Christian
    • development of Christian World-conceptions. The Mystery of
    • birth, the Christmas Mystery, the Mystery of super-sensible
    • most strongly in the ancient Mysteries of Christmas —
    • Christmas and Easter — only when this bridge is built,
    • undergone by the spread of Christianity; let us not, however,
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  • Title: Lecture: East and West in the Light of the Christmas Idea
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    • Christi. Der Mensch in seinem Zusammenhang mit dem Kosmos. Band IX,
    • typescript series entitled: Christmas and Christ.
    • Fest der Erscheinung Christi. Der Mensch in seinem
    • Christmas and Christ. The translator is unknown.
    • THE LIGHT OF THE CHRISTMAS IDEA
    • arranging a study course for the Christmas holidays (Christmas
    • festivals of the year work should stop and that Christmas in
    • conceal the fact that this Christmas above all calls for other
    • other at Christmas, they adorn the tree and do other things out
    • Christianity consists in their calling out “Lord,
    • Lord,” or in uttering the name of Christ as often as
    • Christianization of our whole life, in which it does not suffice
    • to utter the name of Christ, but entails that we should deeply
    • and intimately unite ourselves with the Spirit of Christ. We see
    • years before Christ, and by going back still further into a
    • of reverence in accordance with early Christianity.
    • the living Christ on his way to Damascus, the Christ that can
    • believed in the risen Christ, not in the living Jesus, and he
    • risen Christ. Out of this special insight into the connections of
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    • Christi. Der Mensch in seinem Zusammenhang mit dem Kosmos. Band IX,
    • typescript series entitled: Christmas and Christ.
    • Fest der Erscheinung Christi. Der Mensch in seinem
    • Christmas and Christ. The translator is unknown.
    • THE LIGHT OF THE CHRISTMAS IDEA
    • arranging a study course for the Christmas holidays (Christmas
    • festivals of the year work should stop and that Christmas in
    • conceal the fact that this Christmas above all calls for other
    • other at Christmas, they adorn the tree and do other things out
    • Christianity consists in their calling out “Lord,
    • Lord,” or in uttering the name of Christ as often as
    • Christianization of our whole life, in which it does not suffice
    • to utter the name of Christ, but entails that we should deeply
    • and intimately unite ourselves with the Spirit of Christ. We see
    • years before Christ, and by going back still further into a
    • of reverence in accordance with early Christianity.
    • the living Christ on his way to Damascus, the Christ that can
    • believed in the risen Christ, not in the living Jesus, and he
    • risen Christ. Out of this special insight into the connections of
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  • Title: Lecture: The End of the Dark Age
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    • a Striving for Spiritual Understanding of Nature Permeated by Christ.
    • Christentum,
    • Permeated by Christ. The translator is unknown.
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    • a Striving for Spiritual Understanding of Nature Permeated by Christ.
    • Christentum,
    • Permeated by Christ. The translator is unknown.
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    • Christiania, November 28, 1921
    • The lecture presented here was given at the University of Christiania
    • University of Christiania
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    • The lecture presented here was given at the University of Christiania
    • University of Christiania
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    • way. This constitutes the great difference between Christianity
    • and the ancient teachings of the Gods. If we wish to find Christ,
    • grasp the world only in a pagan way, not in a Christian way; for
    • Christ must be reached in inner freedom. Particularly the way in
    • inner activity, is able to lead us to Christ, to the Mystery of
    • the essence of the Mystery of Golgotha. Christ should be felt and
    • spiritual science strives for in regard to Christianity.
    • which the eye is able to perceive the Sun. In Christ an older
    • When speaking of Christ, it pointed to the Sun.
    • conception of Jesus, who was Christ's abode, renders possible a
    • In ancient times, the Christ was felt to be outside in the
    • shining through Christ. The Sun shines outside in the world and
    • experienced in feeling. The Christianity which Anthroposophy will
    • have to teach, will not only imply looking at Christ, but being
    • filled by Christ.
    • so-called Christian theologians again and again put together
    • not really understand much about Christianity. For it is deeply
    • conspicuous theologian of Basle, wrote a book on the Christianity
    • theology; i.e., the Christian theology, is no longer Christian.
    • Christian theology does not understand anything about
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    • way. This constitutes the great difference between Christianity
    • and the ancient teachings of the Gods. If we wish to find Christ,
    • grasp the world only in a pagan way, not in a Christian way; for
    • Christ must be reached in inner freedom. Particularly the way in
    • inner activity, is able to lead us to Christ, to the Mystery of
    • the essence of the Mystery of Golgotha. Christ should be felt and
    • spiritual science strives for in regard to Christianity.
    • which the eye is able to perceive the Sun. In Christ an older
    • When speaking of Christ, it pointed to the Sun.
    • conception of Jesus, who was Christ's abode, renders possible a
    • In ancient times, the Christ was felt to be outside in the
    • shining through Christ. The Sun shines outside in the world and
    • experienced in feeling. The Christianity which Anthroposophy will
    • have to teach, will not only imply looking at Christ, but being
    • filled by Christ.
    • so-called Christian theologians again and again put together
    • not really understand much about Christianity. For it is deeply
    • conspicuous theologian of Basle, wrote a book on the Christianity
    • theology; i.e., the Christian theology, is no longer Christian.
    • Christian theology does not understand anything about
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    • naïve love for Christ, which is in itself fully justified
    • leads to life in Christ, or to the presence of Christ, the Son of
    • the spiritual sphere, so that I may find Christ through the Holy
    • Ghost, and through Christ, God the Father.”
    • Christianity which grows quite naturally out of
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    • naïve love for Christ, which is in itself fully justified
    • leads to life in Christ, or to the presence of Christ, the Son of
    • the spiritual sphere, so that I may find Christ through the Holy
    • Ghost, and through Christ, God the Father.”
    • Christianity which grows quite naturally out of
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • opinions and exercises that lie far back in pre-Christian times;
    • Nazareth, lived the divine-spiritual being of Christ.
    • this divine-spiritual being of Christ had come down to them on
    • Christians accepted so unconditionally the wisdom contained in
    • Christ, who had appeared on earth in the human being, Jesus of
    • soul-spiritual worlds, as a human soul. The first Christians knew
    • that Christ had come down to the earth in order to give man on
    • is to say, upon the Christ who overcomes death.
    • wisdom enabled the first Christians to grasp — in the form
    • the Christ as that Being who came down to the earth. Modern
    • Nazareth, but also to the divine-spiritual Christ, who came down
    • strength that the Christ unfolds within us, in accordance with
    • St. Paul's words — “Not I, but Christ in me”
    • us to pass through death with Christ as living souls, so that we
    • eyes, through the Light that Christ brought down to the
    • spiritual science can thus kindle the religious-Christian life;
    • the religious and Christian life can thus be deepened. The past
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    • opinions and exercises that lie far back in pre-Christian times;
    • Nazareth, lived the divine-spiritual being of Christ.
    • this divine-spiritual being of Christ had come down to them on
    • Christians accepted so unconditionally the wisdom contained in
    • Christ, who had appeared on earth in the human being, Jesus of
    • soul-spiritual worlds, as a human soul. The first Christians knew
    • that Christ had come down to the earth in order to give man on
    • is to say, upon the Christ who overcomes death.
    • wisdom enabled the first Christians to grasp — in the form
    • the Christ as that Being who came down to the earth. Modern
    • Nazareth, but also to the divine-spiritual Christ, who came down
    • strength that the Christ unfolds within us, in accordance with
    • St. Paul's words — “Not I, but Christ in me”
    • us to pass through death with Christ as living souls, so that we
    • eyes, through the Light that Christ brought down to the
    • spiritual science can thus kindle the religious-Christian life;
    • the religious and Christian life can thus be deepened. The past
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    • University of Christiana
    • the Christ-Being in relationship with the earth.
    • Now Christ's words
    • Paul: “NOT I, BUT CHRIST IN ME.” If a Christian
    • Christianity inwardly and who says, “Not I, but Christ in
    • me,” understands Christ's words, “Heaven and earth
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • Now Christ's words
    • Paul: “NOT I, BUT CHRIST IN ME.” If a Christian
    • Christianity inwardly and who says, “Not I, but Christ in
    • me,” understands Christ's words, “Heaven and earth
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • Christmas Eve approaches, we must (this year in particular) ask
    • How should we think of these Christmas words at such a time?
    • Christmas Eve. One thought, however, arises: we think how opponents
    • of Death with the thought of Christ Jesus, the Divine Light-Bringer.
    • world on the day we commemorate at Christmas. We see how through all
    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • sense of the words the utterance of the Christmas Eve saying, which
    • he who really feels himself united with Christ Jesus solemnly vows
    • anew at Christmas time.
    • a tradition in the history of Christianity which repeatedly appears
    • in later times and for centuries became a custom in certain Christian
    • regions. In olden times representations of the Christian Mysteries
    • were organised chiefly by the Christian Churches for believers in
    • was first shown just at Christmas time, how the Cosmic Word sounded
    • the beginning of the Old Testament at this Christmas Eve festival
    • thing remains, that in our calendar, before the actual Christmas Day
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • The Christmas Thought and the Mystery of the Ego.
    • The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego.
    • Christmas Eve approaches, we must (this year in particular) ask
    • How should we think of these Christmas words at such a time?
    • Christmas Eve. One thought, however, arises: we think how opponents
    • of Death with the thought of Christ Jesus, the Divine Light-Bringer.
    • world on the day we commemorate at Christmas. We see how through all
    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • sense of the words the utterance of the Christmas Eve saying, which
    • he who really feels himself united with Christ Jesus solemnly vows
    • anew at Christmas time.
    • a tradition in the history of Christianity which repeatedly appears
    • in later times and for centuries became a custom in certain Christian
    • regions. In olden times representations of the Christian Mysteries
    • were organised chiefly by the Christian Churches for believers in
    • was first shown just at Christmas time, how the Cosmic Word sounded
    • the beginning of the Old Testament at this Christmas Eve festival
    • thing remains, that in our calendar, before the actual Christmas Day
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • The Origin of the Christmas Plays.
    • The Christmas
    • The Origin of the Christmas Plays
    • year as Christmas approaches, we must think of the kind of feelings
    • of humanity. How do we think of these Christmas words in this time?
    • spoken about by the One whose birth is celebrated at Christmas. One
    • of death with the thought of the divine leader of light, the Christ
    • Him who entered the world on the day we celebrate at Christmas.
    • the Christ Jesus who harmonizes human beings no matter what their
    • the word the Christmas verse, transcending everything that separates
    • us: those who truly feel themselves connected with the Christ Jesus
    • must promise this to themselves on Christmas night again and
    • tradition within the history of Christianity that arose repeatedly in
    • later times and was a custom in certain Christian regions over many
    • emerging from Christian churches, there were presentations for
    • believers of the mystery of Christmas night. Especially in these most
    • ancient times, the presentation of the mystery of Christmas night
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    • lecture is also known as, The Christmas Thought and the Mystery
    • The Origin of the Christmas Plays.
    • The Christmas
    • The Origin of the Christmas Plays
    • year as Christmas approaches, we must think of the kind of feelings
    • of humanity. How do we think of these Christmas words in this time?
    • spoken about by the One whose birth is celebrated at Christmas. One
    • of death with the thought of the divine leader of light, the Christ
    • Him who entered the world on the day we celebrate at Christmas.
    • the Christ Jesus who harmonizes human beings no matter what their
    • the word the Christmas verse, transcending everything that separates
    • us: those who truly feel themselves connected with the Christ Jesus
    • must promise this to themselves on Christmas night again and
    • tradition within the history of Christianity that arose repeatedly in
    • later times and was a custom in certain Christian regions over many
    • emerging from Christian churches, there were presentations for
    • believers of the mystery of Christmas night. Especially in these most
    • ancient times, the presentation of the mystery of Christmas night
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    • centuries before the Christian era. It is however significant that
    • as he did thousands of years before the birth of Christianity, was
    • of the Christian era) did these two currents mingle and gradually
    • the Greek and Christian eras these two methods of development were
    • Assyrians, Babylonians, Egyptians, and even up to the Christian era,
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    • as he did thousands of years before the birth of Christianity, was
    • of the Christian era) did these two currents mingle and gradually
    • the Greek and Christian eras these two methods of development were
    • Assyrians, Babylonians, Egyptians, and even up to the Christian era,
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    • Christ-experience what an older humanity had from the Mysteries.
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    • Christ-experience what an older humanity had from the Mysteries.
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  • Title: An Impulse for the Future
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    • no longer sufficient to capture the newly pulsing life, the Christian
    • the individual, whom we have called Christian Rosenkreuz since
    • incarnations: Christian Rosenkreuz; and that this endowment shall be
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    • the individual, whom we have called Christian Rosenkreuz since
    • incarnations: Christian Rosenkreuz; and that this endowment shall be
  • Title: Lecture: Birth of the Light
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • Thoughts on Christmas Eve.
    • THOUGHTS ON CHRISTMAS EVE
    • year that we are able to be together on this Christmas Eve, and
    • the feeling that we may have on this Christmas night?
    • this Christmas night there should pour into our hearts the
    • from this Christmas night something may overflow into all our
    • we would pour into our souls on Christmas night!
    • those beings who wanted to bring the significance of Christmas,
    • and the relation of Christmas night to the whole Christ-Impulse
    • this Christ Impulse stands before us, we may say, in a
    • threefold figure; and to-day at the Christ-festival this
    • threefold figure of the Christ-Impulse can have great
    • Christmas Eve, enters human evolution in such a way that three
    • yet another figure the Christ-Impulse can come before our
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • the cosmic Christ, we become aware how through the Mystery of
    • bearer of the cosmic Christ-Spirit. It is only this
    • Christmas. Everywhere, if we enter but a little more deeply
    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
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    • Thoughts on Christmas Eve.
    • THOUGHTS ON CHRISTMAS EVE
    • year that we are able to be together on this Christmas Eve, and
    • the feeling that we may have on this Christmas night?
    • this Christmas night there should pour into our hearts the
    • from this Christmas night something may overflow into all our
    • we would pour into our souls on Christmas night!
    • those beings who wanted to bring the significance of Christmas,
    • and the relation of Christmas night to the whole Christ-Impulse
    • this Christ Impulse stands before us, we may say, in a
    • threefold figure; and to-day at the Christ-festival this
    • threefold figure of the Christ-Impulse can have great
    • Christmas Eve, enters human evolution in such a way that three
    • yet another figure the Christ-Impulse can come before our
    • cosmic Christ-Impulse, which expresses how man is eternally
    • the cosmic Christ, we become aware how through the Mystery of
    • bearer of the cosmic Christ-Spirit. It is only this
    • Christmas. Everywhere, if we enter but a little more deeply
    • into human evolution, we are shown how deeply the Christ-Event
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  • Title: Lecture: Galileo, Giordano Bruno, and Goethe
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    • long before our Christian Era. A time which we can only
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  • Title: Ein durch Rudolf Steiner gegebener Zukunftsimpuls
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    • Leben einzufangen, vollzug sich der christliche Einschlag, der den
    • Christian Rosenkreuz belegen. Dasjenige, was heute schon darüber
    • dieser Individualität Christian Rosenkreuz – als Stiftung
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    • Christian Rosenkreuz belegen. Dasjenige, was heute schon darüber
    • dieser Individualität Christian Rosenkreuz – als Stiftung
  • Title: Lecture: Hereditary Impulses and Impulses from Previous Earth Lives
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    • of Christian evolution — say, from the third to the
    • its noble ancestry and Christianity will become a modern
    • modern China, and that is Christianity. Christianity cannot so
    • he finds even Christianity made flat and superficial —
    • 600 years before the Christian Era. Ku Hung Ming clearly
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    • its noble ancestry and Christianity will become a modern
    • modern China, and that is Christianity. Christianity cannot so
    • he finds even Christianity made flat and superficial —
    • 600 years before the Christian Era. Ku Hung Ming clearly
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    • are standing on the true ground of Christianity. This Spiritual
    • themselves are standing on the ground of Christianity.
    • who think themselves especially advanced in their Christian
    • (whom he re-christened ‘God’) the Luciferic Angel
    • sometimes ask, how does the human soul find its way to Christ?
    • And we may say, since Christ is a higher Being than all the
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • the name of Christ. It is an absolute impossibility for two
    • the Christ. Surely there is no difficulty in seeing that,
    • in the sense that one merely speaks the name: ‘Christ,
    • Christ’ or ‘Lord, Lord’ (as Christ Himself
    • of the Christ. Therefore the question may arise: how can the human
    • soul find a way to Christ at all? To gain instruction on this question
    • when Christ went through the Mystery of Golgotha. To indicate
    • the Word. It was the Christ. But men must first find the
    • way to make Christ living in their souls. The Christ is there.
    • Angel only comes into relation to the one man, Christ can have
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • man of to-day find a way to Christ?
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    • are standing on the true ground of Christianity. This Spiritual
    • themselves are standing on the ground of Christianity.
    • who think themselves especially advanced in their Christian
    • (whom he re-christened ‘God’) the Luciferic Angel
    • sometimes ask, how does the human soul find its way to Christ?
    • And we may say, since Christ is a higher Being than all the
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • the name of Christ. It is an absolute impossibility for two
    • the Christ. Surely there is no difficulty in seeing that,
    • in the sense that one merely speaks the name: ‘Christ,
    • Christ’ or ‘Lord, Lord’ (as Christ Himself
    • of the Christ. Therefore the question may arise: how can the human
    • soul find a way to Christ at all? To gain instruction on this question
    • when Christ went through the Mystery of Golgotha. To indicate
    • the Word. It was the Christ. But men must first find the
    • way to make Christ living in their souls. The Christ is there.
    • Angel only comes into relation to the one man, Christ can have
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • man of to-day find a way to Christ?
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  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of Christ in the Human Soul
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    • How Can Humanity Find the Christ Again?
    • Wie Kann die Menschheit den Christus Wiederfinden?
    • Neue Christus-licht.
    • THE BIRTH OF CHRIST
    • A Christmas Lecture by
    • festivals, the festivals of Christmas and Easter, been set by
    • the Christian cosmic feeling within the course of the year,
    • say that in the conception of Christmas and the conception of
    • such — for instance, when the Christian cosmic
    • Pentecost. In the Christmas conception, however, and that of
    • Christ Jesus stand these two events of man's physical life
    • — and likewise in the Christmas and Easter
    • responsive Christian heart.
    • the thought of Christmas and the thought of Easter, the soul of
    • pillars of the spirit — the thought of Christmas and the
    • Christmas thought and the great Easter thought. During the
    • earliest times of the evolution of Christianity, when the Event
    • the earliest Christian centuries to feel in the Crucified One
    • Christ dying on the cross. But in the later times, especially
    • since the modern age began, Christian feeling — adapting
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    • How Can Humanity Find the Christ Again?
    • Wie Kann die Menschheit den Christus Wiederfinden?
    • Neue Christus-licht.
    • THE BIRTH OF CHRIST
    • A Christmas Lecture by
    • festivals, the festivals of Christmas and Easter, been set by
    • the Christian cosmic feeling within the course of the year,
    • say that in the conception of Christmas and the conception of
    • such — for instance, when the Christian cosmic
    • Pentecost. In the Christmas conception, however, and that of
    • Christ Jesus stand these two events of man's physical life
    • — and likewise in the Christmas and Easter
    • responsive Christian heart.
    • the thought of Christmas and the thought of Easter, the soul of
    • pillars of the spirit — the thought of Christmas and the
    • Christmas thought and the great Easter thought. During the
    • earliest times of the evolution of Christianity, when the Event
    • the earliest Christian centuries to feel in the Crucified One
    • Christ dying on the cross. But in the later times, especially
    • since the modern age began, Christian feeling — adapting
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
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    • This lecture was given at Cologne, Germany on Christmas day
    • A Christmas and Easter Poem by Goethe
    • Three Holy Kings, according to the tradition of the Christian
    • at the birth of Christ Jesus. And from this realisation he
    • Christ Jesus.
    • towards understanding the Christ-principle, and what it is to
    • approach this fundamental symbolism of the Christian tradition.
    • understand Christianity as the religion of earthly harmony they
    • into the One principle, the Christian principle. When this
    • principles of esoteric Christianity saw in Christianity not
    • the Christ-principle a force that indeed represents for mankind
    • spiritual world. This was how the esoteric Christian of the
    • Christian looks on the universe as he looks on the human body.
    • eternal, spiritual in man, the esoteric Christian regarded the
    • or less unconsciously, was for the esoteric Christian the
    • esoteric Christian did not confine himself to such general
    • Christian looked up to the sun he revered in the sun the
    • external revelation of his Christ. In the first place the
    • Christ was for him the sun's soul, and the esoteric Christian
    • said: “From the beginning the sun was the body of the Christ,
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    • This lecture was given at Cologne, Germany on Christmas day
    • A Christmas and Easter Poem by Goethe
    • Three Holy Kings, according to the tradition of the Christian
    • at the birth of Christ Jesus. And from this realisation he
    • Christ Jesus.
    • towards understanding the Christ-principle, and what it is to
    • approach this fundamental symbolism of the Christian tradition.
    • understand Christianity as the religion of earthly harmony they
    • into the One principle, the Christian principle. When this
    • principles of esoteric Christianity saw in Christianity not
    • the Christ-principle a force that indeed represents for mankind
    • spiritual world. This was how the esoteric Christian of the
    • Christian looks on the universe as he looks on the human body.
    • eternal, spiritual in man, the esoteric Christian regarded the
    • or less unconsciously, was for the esoteric Christian the
    • esoteric Christian did not confine himself to such general
    • Christian looked up to the sun he revered in the sun the
    • external revelation of his Christ. In the first place the
    • Christ was for him the sun's soul, and the esoteric Christian
    • said: “From the beginning the sun was the body of the Christ,
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    • Eleven lectures given in June of 1910 at Christiania (Oslo). From
    • Lecture Seven: Advance of Folk Spirits to the Rank of Time Spirits. Monotheism and Pluralism. Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity.
    • Lecture Eleven: Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda. Twilight of the Gods. Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ.
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    • lectures given in Christiania (Oslo)
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    • Christianity
    • the Gods. Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ
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    • these lectures, which were given in Christiania (Oslo) in June 1910,
    • centuries of Christianity to describe the higher spiritual Beings. An
    • thereby acknowledge the essentially Christian character of our
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    • Emphasis upon Christ's relationship with the
    • Beings of normal evolution. Before the coming of Christ men
    • guiding Spirit of exoteric Christianity. Celtic Archangel remained as
    • Christianity. Mysteries of the Holy Grail, Rosicrucianism. Leading
    • movement and Spirits of wisdom. Unable to apprehend Christ Impulse.
    • completely, but unable to accept Christianity. Initiates taught them
    • before and after Christ, to educate and develop the ego. Every single
    • nature of Christ. His conception of a Christian Social State
    • the Christian Time Spirit (who had been the Time Spirit of ancient
    • 1899 and the second coming of Christ. This will not be a physical
    • for Christ's return in a physical body. False Messiahs, e.g.
    • The Christ in etheric form will drive out old, dark clairvoyant
    • progress of mankind. Christ Impulse overcomes separation:
    • Christianity leads to ideal of the brotherhood of man.
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 1. Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • stage above Man were called in Christian esoteric terminology,
    • Folk Souls. At the time when Christ Jesus appeared on Earth, His
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 2. Normal and abnormal Archangels and Time Spirits.
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    • the Being of Christ as the One who shed His Spirit upon them from the
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    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity.
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity.
    • tri-unity, just as the one God of Christianity is divided into Three
    • through which mankind received the Christ Impulse. This Impulse was
    • descent of Christ upon Earth, the Greek Time Spirit renounced for our
    • Spirit of exoteric Christianity, so that the Archai-being himself,
    • Christ Impulse. In consequence, ancient Greece rapidly declined at
    • the time of the expansion of Christianity because it had surrendered
    • exoteric Christianity. The Greek Time Spirit then became the
    • expanding exoteric Christianity. Here we have a concrete example of
    • the guiding Spirit of the expanding exoteric Christianity, and in
    • Christianity, were still spread over a large area of Western Europe
    • important Archangel who, soon after the Christian impulse had been
    • became the inspirer of esoteric Christianity. All the underlying
    • teachings and impulses of esoteric Christianity, especially of the
    • real, true esoteric Christianity, have their source in his
    • esoteric Christianity which was destined to live on further in the
    • the important current of esoteric Christianity whose influence is
    • Christianity will remain a living source, able to be renewed and
    • expansion of exoteric Christianity. Later Roman history was also
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    • comparative religion it is tantamount to comparing Adonis to Christ.
    • different Beings are present in Adonis and in Christ, then we are
    • evolution at a time when Christ Jesus had not yet descended upon
    • Christ one needed faculties belonging to a less lofty station of the
    • Christ Jesus walked upon Earth were aware that they were still
    • even in the Christian era, it was still possible for him to
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    • physical world alone. Thus, at the time when Christianity began to
    • Christianity began to spread abroad, this conscious awareness of the
    • Christianity. But Christianity did not offer him any direct vision.
    • Palestine where Christ was born, there existed only long-lost
    • Palestine, know the Figure of Christ!” Those were the profound
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 10. The Mission of Individual Peoples and Cultures in the Past, Present and Future.
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    • of gradually developing it, devolved upon the Christian and post
    • Christian cultures of Europe in particular. In primitive times, as we
    • hundred years after Christ, Tacitus could describe the Teutons of
    • conception of the Christ than Western Europe, except in those areas
    • of the West where the conception of the Christ has been introduced by
    • Spiritual Science the most advanced conception of Christ is that of
    • the Russian philosopher, Solovieff. His conception of Christ is such
    • potentialities, showing that our understanding of Christ today is
    • only a beginning, because the Christ Impulse has only been able to
    • look at the conception of Christ as presented by Hegel, for example,
    • conception of Christ is very different. He fully recognizes the dual
    • nature of Christ, and because they fail to develop in us any
    • clearly distinguished. The concept of Christ rests upon a clear
    • realization of what took place when the Christ Spirit entered into
    • attributes. We must first of all understand the two natures of Christ
    • grasped this duality, we have not understood the Christ in all His
    • carries this duality into his conception of Christ and emphasizes
    • significance of the Christ Being in their original form which
    • influence, you will then have to think of Christ as having developed
    • anticipatory conception of Christ which announces the dawn of a later
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  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
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    • Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ.
    • Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ.
    • Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny.
    • The Festivals and their Meaning. Vol. 1. Christmas.
    • the public lecture which I gave here on the Second Coming of Christ.
    • the ‘Mystery of the Living Christ’. There will be a new
    • manifestation of Christ, a manifestation which must come when human
    • capacities develop naturally to the point when the Christ can be seen
    • show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way — as it will
    • Living Christ perceived by St. Paul, the Christ who is to be found in
    • manifestations of the Christ will be experienced by man at
    • ever-higher levels. That is the mystery of the evolution of Christ.
    • Christ on the physical plane, to receive tidings of Him and to bear
    • manifestation of Christ will be repeated in the form which was valid
    • development of mankind. The manifestation of Christ took place on the
    • course of the next three thousand years Christ will be increasingly
    • the pioneers of the Christ-vision will be denounced as fools on
    • Science is a preparation for the new Christ-revelation.
    • the new Christ-revelation will announce in the twentieth century from
    • fail to recognize the higher aspects of the Christ-revelation. And
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Cover Sheet
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
  • Title: Lecture: Wonders of the World: Publisher's Note
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • Dionysos as the representative of the ego-forces. The entry of the Christ
    • Christ-stream. Dionysos Zagreus and the younger Dionysos. (22nd
    • The two poles of all soul-ordeals. The macrocosmic Christ Impulse in the
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • coming of the Christ Being, who will become ever better understood by
    • said that this clairvoyant vision of the Christ, who has been united
    • Christ will certainly not be in a physical body, but will come about
    • The power of the Christ provides all the impulses to
    • see with their etheric souls the reappearing Christ, and within the
    • mediate the Christ-nature to man. That is the secret guarded by
    • cannot be proclaimed publicly: the vision of the Christ in the
    • of the physical plane, that the Christ too should appear once in a
    • Christ even when He no longer walks among men in a physical body,
    • Christ is here, He is united with the ether body of the Earth. What
    • time the soul were obliged to see the Christ in the same physical
    • believes in this Second Coming of the Christ, who will be visible to
    • stationary, and still today need to see the Christ in the same form
    • Coming of Christ in a physical body.
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • find those who in eastern mysticism are called Dhyani, in Christian
    • the name of Christ, the Christ who is so very closely bound up with
    • as concerns Earth-development on the physical plane Christ was
    • the Christ did by dwelling for three years in a human body was
    • earthly beings of sense to have the Christ also among them once as an
    • earthly being of sense. But in His essential nature the Christ is not
    • events took place. That means that as time went on Christ brought
    • the Egypto-Chaldean epoch, became pupils of Christ in the spiritual,
    • super-sensible world. During the Egypto-Chaldean epoch Christ was the
    • permeated by Christ that they now appear at a higher stage of
    • into themselves the Christ Impulse, which formerly they did not have,
    • and that as Christ-filled Beings they now influence mankind from the
    • Christ-ened’, have meanwhile absorbed the Christ
    • sixth epoch they will appear as Christ-filled Beings. The Archai, the
    • the Indian epoch, have also meanwhile absorbed the Christ Impulse,
    • will all be illuminated, inflamed, set on fire by the Christ Impulse.
    • The Holy Rishis will rise again in the splendour of the Christ Sun in
    • also for Angels, Archangels and Archai — the Christ-event
    • certain Beings lagged behind? It was because they rejected the Christ
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • for him to conceive of the Being of Christ Jesus Himself. For if we
    • contemplate the soul which was in Christ Jesus after the baptism in
    • was then able to absorb the Christ Impulse, the Christ principle. For
    • within Christianity these two influences are to be found, merged
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • these peripheral gods at a certain moment was in fact the Christ, who
    • Jesus of Nazareth. In Christ a divine Being entered into physical
    • of Christ; he is really the same as Christ, only seen in a mirror, so
    • humanity prepared for the Christ through the ancient Hebrew
    • in a representation. Jahve or Jehovah is related to the real Christ
    • representation of the real Christ, and to those who see through
    • of Jehovah-Christ, and in doing so light upon the true sense of the
    • Gospels, which relate that the Christ Himself said: ‘If you
    • have spoken of Me.’ Christ knew well that when, of old, people
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • itself into that Christpower, that Christ Impulse which, as it
    • Christ in me!’ As contrasted with the other three currents
    • is actually the body of Christ.’
    • there outside in the heavens is the pristine body of Christ, who was
    • when he expressed the Mystery of the Christ in the sun by the word
    • From Jesus to Christ,
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    • due to the incarnation of Christ at the time of the Greek culture.
    • contexts named the Christ Impulse. We then learn to understand in its
    • deepest significance the saying of St. Paul, Not I but Christ in
    • Christ-substance.’ When we permeate ourselves with this
    • carry with us the Substantiality of the Christ, and thereby something
    • truth is the Christ Impulse; and when I speak of the Christ Impulse
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • Christ Impulse. And here we experience something very strange. Just
    • as when we press outwards with a consciousness devoid of the Christ
    • the cosmic void ... so, as soon as we have received the Christ
    • reached the stage of clairvoyance, then is the Christ-filled soul
    • super-sensible realities. Whereas without Christ our consciousness
    • brings us to the void, the Christ-filled consciousness brings us to
    • and a biology permeated by the Christ Impulse, and that true science,
    • to an extent not today dreamt of, will become permeated by the Christ
    • may seem to the humanity of the present day to think of a Christian
    • carry the Christ with us into our outlook upon the world, He will
    • in the Pauline sense with the Christ Impulse, and then plunge into
    • ourselves, what then happens? The Christ Impulse has the quality of
    • notice that the deeper we descend with the Christ Impulse into
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • of Christianity unites in this sense into an organic whole with what
    • culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding of Christianity and
    • like Augustine, for instance, who in the Post-Christian epoch is really
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • of Christianity was not to direct man's gaze to the world of sense in
    • symbol of the deep incision made by Christianity and Greek culture in
    • They are mighty figures, these popes, but “Christians” in
    • In these circles there was not much Christian piety. There was, however,
    • heathenized Christendom, but in what sense in this service? From out
    • his soul flow creations which give a new form to Christian conceptions
    • element of Christian legend rises again. What a contrast there is between
    • in the picture of the Madonna. We forget all that Christian traditions as
    • of Christian legends and traditions appearing again in Raphael's pictures
    • in the midst of an age when Christendom had, as it were, become heathenized
    • form to the figures of Christian tradition in an age when treasures
    • soil of Italy, I mean, Christendom. The mission of this inward deepening
    • of Christendom was not that of the external sense element in the Greek
    • express the inner experiences called forth in the soul by Christianity.
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • of Christianity unites in this sense into an organic whole with what
    • culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding of Christianity and
    • like Augustine, for instance, who in the Post-Christian epoch is really
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • of Christianity was not to direct man's gaze to the world of sense in
    • symbol of the deep incision made by Christianity and Greek culture in
    • They are mighty figures, these popes, but “Christians” in
    • In these circles there was not much Christian piety. There was, however,
    • heathenized Christendom, but in what sense in this service? From out
    • his soul flow creations which give a new form to Christian conceptions
    • element of Christian legend rises again. What a contrast there is between
    • in the picture of the Madonna. We forget all that Christian traditions as
    • of Christian legends and traditions appearing again in Raphael's pictures
    • in the midst of an age when Christendom had, as it were, become heathenized
    • form to the figures of Christian tradition in an age when treasures
    • soil of Italy, I mean, Christendom. The mission of this inward deepening
    • of Christendom was not that of the external sense element in the Greek
    • express the inner experiences called forth in the soul by Christianity.
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    • and her son, this entry as it were, of a very remarkable Christianity
    • into the epic — I say expressly a very remarkable form of Christianity
    • that to my idea, such a delicate, impersonal representation of Christianity
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • Indeed one might say, one is not once reminded of the historical Christ
    • our souls, that at the moment when Christianity enters, when the Son
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • relates itself tom Christianity in such a way-that everything which
    • and seventh centuries before Christ. The collective configuration of
    • finely and so delicately at the end of Kalevala, when the Christ is
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • human development, and at the same time in co-operation with the Christian
    • idea, the Christian impulse. That is the infinite delicacy at the end
    • preceded this conclusion belongs to pre-Christian times. But as truly
    • is indicated at the end of Kalev as pertaining to the Christ, always be
    • to us which is immortal, which can be permeated by the Christian conception,
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    • and her son, this entry as it were, of a very remarkable Christianity
    • into the epic — I say expressly a very remarkable form of Christianity
    • that to my idea, such a delicate, impersonal representation of Christianity
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • Indeed one might say, one is not once reminded of the historical Christ
    • our souls, that at the moment when Christianity enters, when the Son
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • relates itself tom Christianity in such a way-that everything which
    • and seventh centuries before Christ. The collective configuration of
    • finely and so delicately at the end of Kalevala, when the Christ is
    • expression — un-Palestine-like description of the Christ-impulse,
    • human development, and at the same time in co-operation with the Christian
    • idea, the Christian impulse. That is the infinite delicacy at the end
    • preceded this conclusion belongs to pre-Christian times. But as truly
    • is indicated at the end of Kalev as pertaining to the Christ, always be
    • to us which is immortal, which can be permeated by the Christian conception,
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    • Lecture II: The Christmas Imagination
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    • THE CHRISTMAS IMAGINATION 6 October, 1923
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    • as at Christmas we
    • at Christmas and experience Easter with deep inner response
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    • CHRISTMAS IMAGINATION
    • culmination at Christmas is prepared in advance from Michaelmas
    • just below its surface — becomes Moon when Christmas
    • order to bring the essence of Christmas rightly before our souls, let
    • us transpose ourselves into the being of man. In the Christmas
    • ordained to receive the Christ into himself. Let us look closely at
    • the same way, everything we feel at Christmas-time flows together
    • the first Christian centuries, and of which the last echoes have
    • inner vision into the secrets of Christmas in such a way that they
    • blended with it, so out of all that we can feel at Christmas time,
    • Imagination at Christmas-time — a picture we can live
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    • winter at Christmas, Raphael in spring at Easter, and Uriel in summer
    • Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny,
    • The Festivals and their Meaning, Vol. I: Christmas.
    • the figure of Christ; the Christ who, freeing Himself from the
    • also how the Christ overcomes the force that seeks to draw the upper
    • part of man away from the Earth. The head of the Christ-figure, the
    • — such is the form of the Christ as He appears every year in
    • of the countenance of Christ.
    • forms, the Risen Christ in his Resurrection form as the Easter picture;
    • the Risen Christ, with Luciferic powers hovering above and the Ahrimanic
    • Christmas Imagination in deep winter, and the Michael Imagination for
    • Christ in the form you see here — a form born out of cosmic
    • fold in the garment should be thought of as placing the Christ-figure
    • precisely in the figure of Christ we
    • that rays out from the Christ. But a living feeling for all this will
    • Christ-principle. If all this could be done — and the
    • Imaginations which come before man at Michaelmas and Christmas, I was
    • can develop in the neighbourhood of the Christ, I could show how the
    • in Christian terminology and in Christian usage should carry the
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    • winter at Christmas, Raphael in spring at Easter, and Uriel in summer
    • thinking of the Christmas season, we had to start from the way in
    • — enters into the time of Christmas, we shall have more to say.
    • there, just as we have the Michael Imagination, the Christmas
    • fact that the Christ, though the working together of the
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    • the Autumn Imagination of Michael, the Christmas Imagination of
    • Christmas Archangel. He is then the cosmic Spirit; we have to look up
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    • Volume I: Christmas
    • Cosmic Christianity and the Impulse of Michael
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    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • Five lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Christiania in October of 1913.
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    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • Five lectures given in Christiania,
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    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
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    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
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    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • it — that in times to come the concept or idea of Christ
    • Christ with feelings of immeasurably greater fervour than is to
    • be found to-day, even among the most learned Christians in the
    • Christ Idea are on the wane, especially so in those who claim
    • that as this age of ours advances, the Christ Idea will play a
    • town about the significance and the content of the Christ
    • the secrets of the Christ Being and of the Christ Idea are to
    • will realise that any real understanding of the Christ
    • to reach some comprehension of Christ and of the Christ Impulse
    • there can be any true conception of Christ. But if we turn
    • at a comprehension of the Christ and His revelation. For
    • Christ. Here too, it might seem as if only the most highly
    • Christ. On the other scale let us lay all the deep feelings,
    • caused their souls to turn to the Being called Christ. It will
    • applied to explain the figure of Christ, will rapidly rise, and
    • impulses which have turned men towards the Christ will sink. It
    • greatness has gone forth from Christ and that erudite
    • impulse. Truly it would have boded ill for Christianity if, in
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    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • Apostles or Disciples of Christ Jesus. It is not easy to form
    • knowledge, gathered and garnered by humanity in pre-Christian
    • of Christ Jesus into heaven, came before their souls. They had
    • Mystery of Golgotha with Him whom we call the Christ. And they
    • they had gone about with the Christ like sleep-walkers, unable
    • they realise that they had gone about with Christ, with the
    • Risen Christ. It was only now that they recognised what had
    • undergone by the Apostles in the presence of Christ Jesus
    • felt that they were being taught by Christ Jesus about the
    • Last Supper — an experience they had shared with Christ
    • transported from our ordinary consciousness. And Christ, the
    • picture of an experience of the Apostles with Christ after the
    • physical body with Christ Jesus.
    • Christianity. It costs me great effort to make these pictures
    • enabled me to have a genuinely Christian education. I had no
    • justified. Just because of my remoteness from Christianity when
    • believe that the Spirit has led me to Christianity and to the
    • Christ. Especially in this domain I think I have a certain
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    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • who are generally called the Apostles of Christ Jesus
    • the development of Christianity — what they thus bore
    • Power which Christ Himself had now come to be. And here we have
    • reached a point where we must speak about Christ's earthly
    • understand Christianity we must apply to the Christ Being
    • the Jordan. In respect of the earthly life of Christ, the Fifth
    • the case of a human being. And we understand the life of Christ
    • therefore, the Christ Being passes through a kind of embryonic
    • is to be understood as the earthly birth of the Christ. His
    • followed the real birth of the Christ Being. And with reference
    • to the Christ Being, we must conceive the event described as
    • Christ in the Earth-sphere after the Ascension or after
    • see, my dear friends, that Christ is a Being in respect of whom
    • of Pentecost onwards, the Christ Being passed through
    • the Spirit-Land signifies for the human being: for Christ, this
    • Christ Being was that He made the earth His heaven, sought His
    • dwelling-place for heaven. Christ left the heavens in order to
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, through the Christ Being — the
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    • took place around Christ Jesus are not by any means all
    • “From Jesus to Christ.”
    • it indicates that soon after the dawn of Christianity, respect
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    • Prayer, and the temptation of Christ after the Baptism.
    • to realise it by studying the actual life of Christ Jesus. And
    • Baptism in the Jordan the Christ Being sank into this body. At
    • unique Being was now living upon the Earth: the Christ Being
    • Christ Being sank into these three bodies, into what these
    • the Christ Being was led, first of all, into “the
    • loneliness.” Jesus of Nazareth, in whose body the Christ
    • connected him with the rest of the world. The Christ Being had
    • memory. It was as though the Christ Being said to Himself: This
    • delivered into the power of Ahriman and Lucifer that the Christ
    • have to battle. And so the Christ Being, living for the first
    • First of all, the Christ Being within the body of Jesus
    • Christ Jesus and spoke approximately as recorded in the other
    • Christ Being came from the spiritual worlds and knew who
    • temptation, the Christ Being knew how the gods are truly served
    • support and both addressed the Christ. The one, Lucifer,
    • Christ, hast entered into a human body. This body subjugates
    • onslaught the one held the balance against the other, Christ
    • Divine power! Then said the Christ Being: Men do not live by
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    • year last year, [Christ and the Spiritual
    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha, and how Christ lives in the most
    • quarrelling, the Christ Impulse lived on and brought about the
    • human beings, but the Christ Impulse works in this personality,
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
    • time. This she was only able to do, because the Christ Impulse could
    • that we celebrate the Christmas Festival in the time when the sun has
    • legends tell us that over Christmas, up to 6th January, people have
    • ended during the Christmas time of the year 1411. She was born,
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    • Steiner Press.] you will find how the Christ Impulse worked
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha, and how Christ lives in the most
    • quarrelling, the Christ Impulse lived on and brought about the
    • human beings, but the Christ Impulse works in this personality,
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
    • time. This she was only able to do, because the Christ Impulse could
    • that we celebrate the Christmas Festival in the time when the sun has
    • legends tell us that over Christmas, up to 6th January, people have
    • ended during the Christmas time of the year 1411. She was born,
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    • that prevails in the discussions of the early Christian
    • fathers; and in those early centuries of Christianity there
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    • before the establishment of Christianity. Six hundred years
    • later, Christianity was founded, and henceforward we have a
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    • lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian era. We will
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must hear in mind that the
    • to-day in their beginning. In that pre-Christian age one could
    • yet ripe to receive then. In that pre-Christian epoch
    • pre-Christian age, through those Mysteries, man turned his
    • the pre-Christian World-Conception, is led to his conceptions
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • `being born' on the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • honoured in those pre-Christian Mysteries, the Sun-life was
    • else, not so important in that pre-Christian age, but very
    • specially important in our post-Christian age, and that
    • was not so important in the pre-Christian ages, because it was
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • Golgotha, and, whereas in pre-Christian ages the most important
    • substantiate Christianity, so on the other hand in Saint-Simon
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    • lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian era. We will
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must hear in mind that the
    • to-day in their beginning. In that pre-Christian age one could
    • yet ripe to receive then. In that pre-Christian epoch
    • pre-Christian age, through those Mysteries, man turned his
    • the pre-Christian World-Conception, is led to his conceptions
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • `being born' on the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • honoured in those pre-Christian Mysteries, the Sun-life was
    • else, not so important in that pre-Christian age, but very
    • specially important in our post-Christian age, and that
    • was not so important in the pre-Christian ages, because it was
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • Golgotha, and, whereas in pre-Christian ages the most important
    • substantiate Christianity, so on the other hand in Saint-Simon
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    • spiritual life. Christianity brought the message of equality
    • what this pedagogy on earth was like in pre-Christian
    • In that regard Christianity took measures for education in
    • importance to him. It is merely illusory when Christianity
    • development of mankind since the rise of Christianity, a
    • Le nouveau christianisme (1825)
    • (The New Christianity).
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    • spiritual life. Christianity brought the message of equality
    • what this pedagogy on earth was like in pre-Christian
    • In that regard Christianity took measures for education in
    • importance to him. It is merely illusory when Christianity
    • development of mankind since the rise of Christianity, a
    • Le nouveau christianisme (1825)
    • (The New Christianity).
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    • to show how the Christian spirit identified itself with
    • raised by those who still had sympathy with the old Christian
    • the conception of heaven held by mediaeval Christianity. We
    • man whom I have mentioned before, Christian von Ehrenfels, who
    • quite curious. And this Cosmogony of Christian von
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    • raised by those who still had sympathy with the old Christian
    • the conception of heaven held by mediaeval Christianity. We
    • man whom I have mentioned before, Christian von Ehrenfels, who
    • quite curious. And this Cosmogony of Christian von
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    • wall, above the fairly low doors; and at it Christ and His
    • Prior and of Christ looked across at each other like two opposite
    • on cushions. No, it had to resemble the present; Christ was to take
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    • Whoever heard here the lectures on ‘Christian
  • Title: World History in the light of Anthroposophy
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • spiritual world. In these lectures, given concurrently with the Christmas
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    • our Christmas Gathering
    • where we are told that Christ wrote something in the Earth.
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • that I gave in Stuttgart between Christmas and New Year, I spoke
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact and the Mysteries of Antiquity
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    • foundation of Christianity. And they are the Mysteries that in
    • the Christian Era. It was a cosmic experience —
    • as it is into the Christian language of his time, this
    • Alexander, living in pre-Christian time, could not yet have
    • that. Only Christianity could bring to mankind the true
    • broad-minded way, we shall see how Lamprecht, the Christian
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    • centuries after the birth of Christianity. These Mysteries of
    • name of Christianity, and so on. And we only understand the
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    • by the Christians, was Roman Emperor from 361–363.].
    • from the 3rd or 4th century after Christ and continuing down to
    • they would have had quite different ideas of the Christ Who
    • centuries after Christ, but even there too the time came when
    • who have come here for this Christmas Meeting, — I
  • Title: World History: Lecture VII: The Fifteenth Century and the Transition from Mind-Soul to Spiritual-Soul
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    • Christ Jesus. In Him, identifying ourselves in all humility
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • together for the last time during this Christmas Meeting which
    • Christmas Meeting, I spoke of manifold impulses at work in the
    • said at this Christmas Meeting is sincerely applied in the life
    • that should have been generated in him by this solemn Christmas
    • any pessimism as a result of what took place here at Christmas.
    • the Christmas Meeting and with which I want to end it. May it
    • For the Christ-Will in the encircling Round holds sway
    • In Christ, Death becomes Life.
    • O Sun of Christ!
    • O Sun of Christ!
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    • our Christmas Gathering: See Die Weihnachtstagung
    • Artemis. See Christianity as Mystical Fact and the Mysteries of
    • Julianus, called the Apostate by the Christians, was Roman
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact
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    • Representative of humanity, Christ, to the incorporation
    • of the Christ-God in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. It shows
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    • of the Christ-God in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. It shows
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    • the humanity of post-Christian tines, after the Mystery of
    • pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced by his
    • physical body as the modern man does. In those pre-Christian times
    • development of man in pre-Christian times; he gives himself over to
    • effective working of Christ Jesus (and of this we shall speak
    • through the “Christus in mir.”
    • Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • “Nicht ich, aber das Christus in
    • mich,” “Not I, Christ in me.”
    • Thus in the first Christian Centuries it was endeavoured to
    • individual Gods, — the Christians called them Angels —
    • of Truth simply did not exist in the first Christian
    • Nationalism, as was possible in the pre-Christian age; because in
    • the pre-Christian age it was not only a human view — that a
    • “Nations” are relics of the pre-Christian Age,
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    • pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced by his
    • physical body as the modern man does. In those pre-Christian times
    • development of man in pre-Christian times; he gives himself over to
    • effective working of Christ Jesus (and of this we shall speak
    • through the “Christus in mir.”
    • Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • “Nicht ich, aber das Christus in
    • mich,” “Not I, Christ in me.”
    • Thus in the first Christian Centuries it was endeavoured to
    • individual Gods, — the Christians called them Angels —
    • of Truth simply did not exist in the first Christian
    • Nationalism, as was possible in the pre-Christian age; because in
    • the pre-Christian age it was not only a human view — that a
    • “Nations” are relics of the pre-Christian Age,
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    • waking life — with the Christ Impulse — that this
    • summer, namely, the Christmas festival. On the other handy I
    • dreaming spirit of the earth. The Christmas festival
    • Christ Impulse with us into what is dying: IN CHRISTO
    • life: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • has its culminating point at Christmas time, for which we
    • have the saying: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • Christ Impulse, that our figure of the Christ is essentially
    • Christophe”, the novel by Romain Rolland.
    • art” as “Jean Christophe”; he would know
    • Christophe”, which, however, to the regret of all
    • our life since the Mystery of Golgotha — IN CHRISTO
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, is IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • of Whitsuntide. If we have felt: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR aright,
    • nature is witness to this We live with the Christ, and feel
    • earth wakes we take the Christ Impulse with us into the life
    • of dying Nature: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR, But by going forward
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    • waking life — with the Christ Impulse — that this
    • summer, namely, the Christmas festival. On the other handy I
    • dreaming spirit of the earth. The Christmas festival
    • Christ Impulse with us into what is dying: IN CHRISTO
    • life: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • has its culminating point at Christmas time, for which we
    • have the saying: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • Christ Impulse, that our figure of the Christ is essentially
    • Christophe”, the novel by Romain Rolland.
    • art” as “Jean Christophe”; he would know
    • Christophe”, which, however, to the regret of all
    • our life since the Mystery of Golgotha — IN CHRISTO
    • the Mystery of Golgotha, is IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • of Whitsuntide. If we have felt: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR aright,
    • nature is witness to this We live with the Christ, and feel
    • earth wakes we take the Christ Impulse with us into the life
    • of dying Nature: IN CHRISTO MORIMUR, But by going forward
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    • Christmas Thoughts and Voices, “Bergkristall” by Stifter.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • Christmas Thoughts and Voices, “Bergkristall” by Stifter.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • age, met the expansion of Christianity to the north. They
    • Christianity. This instinctive valour was lost later than
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • will become feeling. Through the Mystery of Golgotha Christ
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
    • into which the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus, because the
    • Christ-impulse is now here, we directly destroy something of
    • been said, that Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but
    • man. Since Christ has entered into the Earth development
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
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    • Christmas Thoughts and Voices, “Bergkristall” by Stifter.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • Christmas Thoughts and Voices, “Bergkristall” by Stifter.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • age, met the expansion of Christianity to the north. They
    • Christianity. This instinctive valour was lost later than
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • will become feeling. Through the Mystery of Golgotha Christ
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
    • into which the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus, because the
    • Christ-impulse is now here, we directly destroy something of
    • been said, that Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but
    • man. Since Christ has entered into the Earth development
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
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    • mystery of the moon. Mithras and Christ.
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    • mystery of the moon. Mithras and Christ.
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    • course in earlier times. Suppose that today the Christmas
    • Christmas time is one of the most brilliant points of this
    • wide awake at Christmas; then the earth's aura is
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    • in spite of its noble forefathers and its Christianity, would
    • becoming another China was Christianity, which is not so easily
    • Christianity had also become shallow, flattened out by
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    • Christian foundation, but without understanding it correctly,
    • Christianity is especially antagonistic to this view of the
    • be unusually advanced in their Christian conception will
    • human soul then really reaches Christ. It may be said that,
    • since Christ is, of course, a Being higher than all the archai,
    • the way to Christ must be found. The paths that are used today
    • by the ordinary religious confessions do not lead to the Christ
    • the name of the Christ since it is an absolute impossibility
    • the Christ. I think this is not difficult to see because it is
    • Christ, Christ, or Lord, Lord — as Christ
    • impossible when a person is really speaking of Christ. So the
    • leading to the Christ. We may approach the solution to this
    • Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha. If we wish to
    • we should pass beyond the fourth century before Christ all the
    • Christ in the third, fourth, or fifth centuries, cause a gentle
    • say, “I am the Word.” This is the Christ. But men must first
    • find the way to make Christ live in their souls. The Christ is
    • Christ can have a far higher significance than even an
    • understand a little better how the Christ can be found in the
    • a way to the Christ today?”
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    • relationship with the Christ today, the objection is made by
    • mine.” But in general, humanity's relation to the Christ-Being
    • that a basic element in the confession of Christ must be the
    • the path that leads to Christ, since it is obvious that each
    • we seek to understand in a more profound sense what the Christ
    • the second millennium before Christ, the people of the Near
    • came from the human soul. It was necessary that the Christ
    • of them.” This is an important principle in Christianity
    • Christ. Those who wish to practice individual mysticism, as
    • other persons make their gods. The Christ is found in different
    • but when we are most of all aware that the Christ belongs to
    • Christ demands something more, something different. He demands
    • restored to him through the appearance of Christ on earth. Read
    • From Jesus to Christ,
    • that Christ was on earth.
    • the coming of the Christ has brought it about that we recognize
    • publican, the Christ who is behind him. The Christ sat down
    • further. If the luciferic evolution had continued, if Christ
    • place of Christ, and this was to be achieved by introducing
    • and that Christianity must be fought in every way.
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    • the threefold Sun-mystery of the sages with the Christ
    • Christ; for them the Sun-wisdom was united with the
    • Christ-wisdom.
    • vanished. It was already vanishing by the eight pre-Christian
    • connection of Christ with the spiritual Sun has been cut off.
    • Thus the Christian gathers and Teachers of the Church have
    • the development of Christianity (as it is called) a veil was
    • all-embracing wisdom of Christ's connection with Sun-Mystery.
    • The Threefold Sun and the Risen Christ
    • its origin to Christianity having come down into all that was
    • Roman, we should have to say that this Christian Church,
    • shrouding as far as possible the Christ-Mystery, as far as
    • Christ-Mystery. By this, the Church has become an institution
    • for holding back the mystery of Christ, an institution for
    • Christ-Mystery. This is something that today must become ever
    • behind all that, they saw the Christ who had not then
    • descended to earth. In those olden times Christ was seen to
    • There is nothing in which Christ was thus seen that will last
    • and also Christ in the cosmos were revealed to man before the
    • its seed in man alone. The Christ had to come to man out of
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    • consciousness, what in those ancient times even Christianity
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    • up to approximately the middle of the eighth pre-Christian
    • wisdom. In those olden times before the eighth pre-Christian
    • ancient mysteries. Since the eighth pre-Christian century
    • deepening of our comprehension of the Christ-Being they must
    • next weeks. But then after the eighth pre-Christian century,
    • Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz
    • Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz
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    • the first centuries of our present, Christian era, all over
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    • excellently for the first Christian centuries, all the forces
    • of Christianity were entering into historical evolution. These
    • that can provide a really Christian view of life. But you
    • does not talk about Christianity. These are the
    • Christianity, or whatever it may be.
    • lived here, Karl Christian Planck. I referred to him at that
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    • America because it cannot be found in the Bible or in Christian
    • world — Christianity — could be endangered because
    • When I hear of how objections can be made by Christians,
    • a teacher of Christian philosophy, member of a Catholic faculty
    • really genuinely Christian and Catholic priest, who up to the
    • that a really perceptive Christianity turns against the
    • Galileo. It is with injustice that Christianity declares
    • Christianity, to be irreconcilable with natural science. For
    • with the Christian view, for this Christian view, properly
    • the Godhead and the glory of the Christian view; it is bound to
    • contradiction between it and Christianity, properly understood.
    • that unjustly purports to originate from Christianity. The only
    • not with a broadly based Christian view. And the discoveries of
    • Christianity teaches us about, but on the contrary will confirm
    • Laurenz Mueller, also a genuinely Christian theologian and
    • professor, speaks in a similar vein: Christianity does not
    • science of spirit does not clash with Christianity, because it
    • those today who still believe that their Christianity would be
    • not only of Christian teaching, but also of Christian deeds and
    • Christianity.
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    • a course given in Christiania. So this inherited Wisdom was a
    • pre-Christian centuries. And if we wish to establish an
    • pre-Christian Rome again appeared, and as if everything which
    • has happened since then, including Christianity itself, (even
    • if these gentlemen externally speak of Christ, and so on),
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    • pre-Christian centuries. And if we wish to establish an
    • pre-Christian Rome again appeared, and as if everything which
    • has happened since then, including Christianity itself, (even
    • if these gentlemen externally speak of Christ, and so on),
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    • Christ in the way He was perceived by Luther. But modern man
    • wanting to find the Christ must do so by direct perception.
    • Christ through inner perception. What for many years
    • religious faith seriously. Even for Christians the
    • people immediately say: He is not speaking of Christ at all,
    • what he says is not Christian! — Certainly nothing
    • becomes Christian because in every third line Christ's name
    • convinced of its being spoken out of the mood in which Christ
    • is not talking of the Christ. He should be speaking with more
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    • Christ in the same way in which Luther regarded Him! But men
    • Lutheran view of Christ has no reality nowadays and becomes
    • day is to find Christ, he must find Him by direct
    • Christ. It is quite possible for that which spiritual science
    • seriously. The Christians have a precept that the name of God
    • the Christ, therefore what he says is not Christian! But I
    • assure you that a man is not necessarily Christian just
    • because he utters the name of Christ in every third line he
    • by what is said in a sense that is according to Christ's Will
    • man does not speak about the Christ. He ought to speak in a
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    • universe. It enables him to understand the words of Christ:
    • saying of St. Paul, “Not I but Christ in me,” is
    • fulfilled, then the words of Christ will live in the
    • human skin and is received into Christ, this will not pass
    • order to receive the Christ Impulse, the Divine Spiritual,
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    • saying of St. Paul, “Not I but Christ in me,” is
    • fulfilled, then the words of Christ will live in the
    • human skin and is received into Christ, this will not pass
    • order to receive the Christ Impulse, the Divine Spiritual,
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    • of the Divine, by the coming of Christ with His message to the Earth.
    • world—at that very moment the Christ came down from the spiritual
    • extent, but as human beings begin to understand the sense in which Christ
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    • world—at that very moment the Christ came down from the spiritual
    • extent, but as human beings begin to understand the sense in which Christ
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    • des Lebens. Theosophische Moral. Anthroposophie und Christentum,
    • age, met the expansion of Christianity to the north. They
    • Christianity. This instinctive valour was lost later than
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • will become feeling. Through the Mystery of Golgotha Christ
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
    • into which the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus, because the
    • Christ-impulse is now here, we directly destroy something of
    • been said, that Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but
    • man. Since Christ has entered into the Earth development
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • Christ-impulse has permeated the world, it is this which is
    • something from the Christ-impulse and continue the
    • Christ-impulse, we help to bring it to life. “Inasmuch
    • towards the Christ-impulse itself.
    • this or that to them, you do it to Christ. Whatever you do to
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    • des Lebens. Theosophische Moral. Anthroposophie und Christentum,
    • age, met the expansion of Christianity to the north. They
    • Christianity. This instinctive valour was lost later than
    • the Christ-impulse; the transformation of valour and bravery
    • Christ-impulse, has become the special virtue of the
    • in one who rightly understands the Christ-impulse, this
    • anthroposophical understanding of the Christ-impulse that it
    • will become feeling. Through the Mystery of Golgotha Christ
    • Now that the Christ-impulse is in the world, if through what
    • into which the Christ-impulse has flowed. Thus, because the
    • Christ-impulse is now here, we directly destroy something of
    • been said, that Christ was first crucified on Golgotha, but
    • man. Since Christ has entered into the Earth development
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • Christ-impulse has permeated the world, it is this which is
    • something from the Christ-impulse and continue the
    • Christ-impulse, we help to bring it to life. “Inasmuch
    • towards the Christ-impulse itself.
    • this or that to them, you do it to Christ. Whatever you do to
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    • Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
    • Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity, Lecture V
    • TEACHINGS OF CHRIST
    • THE TEACHINGS OF CHRIST, THE RESURRECTED
    • being whom we call the Christ had to descend by degrees into
    • earth-life. The Christ belongs to the worlds from which the
    • fathers and Christian teachers — that the teachers who
    • the life of Christ Jesus from teachers who have seen Him face
    • resurrected Christ has been lost for external tradition. This
    • knowledge is that of the Christ who went through the Mystery of
    • resurrected Christ gave to His disciples when He met with them.
    • himself as a teaching which the resurrected Christ gave
    • people were conscious of the fact that the resurrected Christ
    • which the resurrected Christ was able to give His chosen
    • Golgotha — the Christ spoke thus to His initiated pupils
    • knowledge that the Christ has descended to the earth from
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    • Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
    • Exoterisches und esoterisches Christentum
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
    • Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity, Lecture V
    • TEACHINGS OF CHRIST
    • THE TEACHINGS OF CHRIST, THE RESURRECTED
    • being whom we call the Christ had to descend by degrees into
    • earth-life. The Christ belongs to the worlds from which the
    • fathers and Christian teachers — that the teachers who
    • the life of Christ Jesus from teachers who have seen Him face
    • resurrected Christ has been lost for external tradition. This
    • knowledge is that of the Christ who went through the Mystery of
    • resurrected Christ gave to His disciples when He met with them.
    • himself as a teaching which the resurrected Christ gave
    • people were conscious of the fact that the resurrected Christ
    • which the resurrected Christ was able to give His chosen
    • Golgotha — the Christ spoke thus to His initiated pupils
    • knowledge that the Christ has descended to the earth from
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    • of Spiritual Economy and was published in German as Das Christentum
    • CHRISTIANITY IN THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN MANKIND
    • Christianity in the Evolution of Modern
    • Christ — that Being Whom we designate as the Christ, Who
    • the Christ-Being quite in vain in an earlier human embodiment,
    • lofty Avatar-Being as the Christ and lower Avatar-beings. The
    • significance through the appearance of the Christ
    • of Christ dwelt in the body
    • the Christ entered into the threefold sheath of Jesus of
    • Christ Principle in the earth evolution, there occurred in
    • characteristic for the pre-Christian time. When in this way an
    • Hebrew tribe. That was changed by the appearance of the Christ
    • The intimate history of Christian
    • described as the history of Christian development is a
    • Christian development. Anyone who can look more deeply into the
    • evolutionary progress of Christianity will easily perceive that
    • in the early centuries of the Christian era the manner in which
    • Christianity was spread was entirely different from that of
    • later centuries. In the first Christian centuries the spread of
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    • of Spiritual Economy and was published in German as Das Christentum
    • CHRISTIANITY IN THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN MANKIND
    • Christianity in the Evolution of Modern
    • Christ — that Being Whom we designate as the Christ, Who
    • the Christ-Being quite in vain in an earlier human embodiment,
    • lofty Avatar-Being as the Christ and lower Avatar-beings. The
    • significance through the appearance of the Christ
    • of Christ dwelt in the body
    • the Christ entered into the threefold sheath of Jesus of
    • Christ Principle in the earth evolution, there occurred in
    • characteristic for the pre-Christian time. When in this way an
    • Hebrew tribe. That was changed by the appearance of the Christ
    • The intimate history of Christian
    • described as the history of Christian development is a
    • Christian development. Anyone who can look more deeply into the
    • evolutionary progress of Christianity will easily perceive that
    • in the early centuries of the Christian era the manner in which
    • Christianity was spread was entirely different from that of
    • later centuries. In the first Christian centuries the spread of
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    • place of Christianity the world is to be inoculated with a
    • religion, Christianity. Christianity is capable of endless
    • a means to make Christianity more accessible to the scholarly
    • tolerance and patience. So far, Christians have tended to
    • not understand Christianity, each one tolerates the other's
    • Hebrews emerged the cult of Moses. In our time, it is Christ
    • Christianity will also work effectively when once again the
    • ancient Egypt, Persia, Greece, and Christian times would
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    • salvation through Christ Jesus. It may strike us that,
    • Christianity reassures us concerning eternity, concerning
    • temporal. Thus, Christianity rightly sees in the pain and
    • suffering, in the anguish and misery to which Christ Jesus'
    • the cross of Christ Jesus bears witness to this truth, for,
    • as Christianity teaches, there soon followed the outpouring
    • Spirit was not yet there, for Christ was not yet glorified.
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    • Spiritual Being is the greatest healer. From Christ is born
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    • summed up by saying that Christian Rosenkreuz — that is
    • Oriental. A few centuries before the Christian era began,
    • Indian race. At the beginning of the Christian era the right
    • method was the so-called Christian-Gnostic path. The human
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    • water, and later with Christian purity. Became identified with
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    • reincarnation and karma in the Christian-Anthroposophical
    • also the source of a Christian belief that life will
    • death; eternal life springs from the Death of Christ." At
    • spirit of Christianity, thus combining the Parsifal legend
    • higher self — in Christ Jesus foreshadowed humanity's
    • through Christ Jesus.
    • sense the presence of the Christ within mankind's spiritual
    • wanted new life to pour into the Christian festivals, which
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    • Christian faith, turns to the four Gospels known as the
    • that took place in the early Christian centuries, the
    • personalities who lived in the early days of Christendom.
    • Christian Church Father and writer.
    • Christianity was by no means the same as that of modern
    • himself a Christian by people with orthodox viewpoints. These
    • Augustine, Saint (354–430) a Christian theologian and
    • who said: “What is known today as Christian religion is
    • called Christianity.”
    • No Christian
    • recognizes the Truth when Christ says: “Heaven is in
    • Buddha, Moses and Christ are similar It was because they had to
    • were the writers of the gospels? In my book, Christianity as
    • the Gospels were connected with Christ.
    • Jewish and Christian writings appeared in Palestine between
    • from the way names were given that Christ did not refer to
    • the Eternal, the Christ, the Alpha and Omega.
    • at the time of Christ saw Him as a Divine Being who carried
    • how the first followers of Christ saw Hirn. What in ancient
    • These words applied to the followers of Christ. But how could
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    • The Christian Mystery,
    • Die Christliche Mysterium. Die Wahrheitsprache der Evangelien.
    • Luzifer und Christus. Alte Esoterik und Rosenkreuzertum.
    • The Christian Mystery,
    • Die Christliche Mysterium. Die Wahrheitsprache der Evangelien.
    • Luzifer und Christus. Alte Esoterik und Rosenkreuzertum.
    • Mystery of Golgotha to say that the life and work of Christ
    • should bear in mind that with the appearance of Christ Jesus
    • to the question: Who was Christ Jesus?
    • Christ.
    • bodies at the disposal of the individuality of Christ. Christ
    • of Christ-Jesus who lived upon the earth for three years and
    • order to understand the true being of Christ, we must go far
    • Christian esotericism they are called Angeloi = Angels. Only
    • Christ's deeds on earth gave man the capacity to absorb into
    • What Christ fulfilled upon the earth, was prepared by other
    • before Christ, and who were men who had already absorbed a
    • absorbed the spark of Christ. Also Moses belongs to them. But
    • Fire-Spirit is the Christ, the only divine Being who lived on
    • and as a result, all those who feel united with Christ Jesus
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    • Die Christliche Mysterium. Die Wahrheitsprache der Evangelien.
    • Luzifer und Christus. Alte Esoterik und Rosenkreuzertum.
    • The Christian Mystery,
    • Die Christliche Mysterium. Die Wahrheitsprache der Evangelien.
    • Luzifer und Christus. Alte Esoterik und Rosenkreuzertum.
    • Mystery of Golgotha to say that the life and work of Christ
    • should bear in mind that with the appearance of Christ Jesus
    • to the question: Who was Christ Jesus?
    • Christ.
    • bodies at the disposal of the individuality of Christ. Christ
    • of Christ-Jesus who lived upon the earth for three years and
    • order to understand the true being of Christ, we must go far
    • Christian esotericism they are called Angeloi = Angels. Only
    • Christ's deeds on earth gave man the capacity to absorb into
    • What Christ fulfilled upon the earth, was prepared by other
    • before Christ, and who were men who had already absorbed a
    • absorbed the spark of Christ. Also Moses belongs to them. But
    • Fire-Spirit is the Christ, the only divine Being who lived on
    • and as a result, all those who feel united with Christ Jesus
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  • Title: The Year's Course as a Symbol for the Great Cosmic Year
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • minerals, so 6000 years before our Christian ere marked the
    • founding of Christianity; this will bring us to a time when we
    • ourselves for the Christmas Festival, as explained during one
    • within us as a sacred Christmas feeling, we prepare ourselves
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    • The Spiritual Union of Humanity through the Christ Impulse,
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • minerals, so 6000 years before our Christian ere marked the
    • founding of Christianity; this will bring us to a time when we
    • ourselves for the Christmas Festival, as explained during one
    • within us as a sacred Christmas feeling, we prepare ourselves
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  • Title: Spiritual Relations in the Configuration of the Human Organism: Lecture III
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    • in about the 5th pre-Christian millennium — spoke about such Dark
    • light. But on the rays of the dead light Christ has come and has achieved
    • make us blessed — yet on this dead light's rays has Christ entered
    • we have around us the dead light we can bring the Christ in us to life.
    • And with Christ in us in the right way we will enliven all of the light
    • enter the new age with the right Christ impulse. The denial of the Christ-impulse
    • the strength of Christ in the living perception of the Mystery of Golgotha.
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    • The true I found through the Christ impulse. We shall
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  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture I: The Past Shows Us a Picture of Necessity
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    • When I was here at Christmas, I drew your attention to the fact
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    • had taken up Christianity with youthful energy.
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • deny the existence of Christ because it cannot be proved on the
    • speak about the Christ in as vague a way as possible, appealing
    • they explain to this priest that we do represent Christianity,
    • not deny the existence of Christ, we will be able to gain
    • Christ. Then they would say, “You see, there are people
    • who do not believe in Christ. They do not belong to us.
    • us about Christ through ecstasy.” They do not say that,
    • them affirm the existence of Christ and even maintain
    • they have positive knowledge of Christ, and we become the sort
    • Christ in a different way from them: they then become far worse
    • existence of Christ. For they consider it their
    • privilege to present Christianity, and our mistake is
    • Christ.” You would make them far less angry if you were
    • “We deny the existence of Christ.” What infuriates
    • them is that we refer to Christ in a different context. Out of
    • Christian footing.” That is the worst thing you can
    • the more the I became separated. The Christ impulse is
    • in its purest form with the Christ impulse is expressed in the
    • built up out of the initials of Christ: I-C-H, Jesus
    • Christ.
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  • Title: Social Question as a Problem: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of Language
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    • help saying that fundamentally it comes from the way in which Christianity
    • has been preached during these 1900 years by the various Christian
    • doctrine would have been impossible without the preceding Christianity
    • because centuries of Christianity have brought about materialism; this
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    • he is an ordinary Catholic Christian, that the Holy Ghost often intervenes
    • they are standing on the firm ground of Christian belief dictated by
    • should be for orthodox Catholic Christians who through this vision my
    • in the sense of pure positivist Christianityas did St. John of the Cross,
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    • true: “And if Christ be not risen then is our preaching vain and
    • Christianity, true, real Christianity, to have the possibility of understanding
    • that Christ Jesus went through death and overcame this death after a
    • like to clear away—the Christ was put to death. The most guiltless
    • had Christ not been crucified, had He not passed through death, it would
    • not have been possible for Christianity to arise. This means, the greatest
    • described and was then permeated by the spirit of the Christ; as Christ-Jesus
    • This impulse was the Christ,
    • more or less grasped. The essential for Christianity is that this happened,
    • and took place as an objective fact. Christianity is not a doctrine.
    • Christianity is the perception of this objective event being played
    • remarkable way in which this perception of Christianity was spread abroad.
    • Today we will observe only how the conception of the Christ impulse,
    • the historical development we cannot help saying—Christianity
    • neither did Christianity take deep root in Greece, and when we come
    • only take what is left of the Christianity out of the Roman Empire,
    • a peculiar significance underlies this very spreading of the Christian
    • The Christ impulse had to be clothed in the form of the old pagan mysteries
    • can reed in my book Christianity as Mystical Fact how what
    • has been experienced in the conception of Christ-Jesus was represented
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    • content, of the Christ impulse that has come into the world through
    • a Christianity up to now. During the whole of the future, ever more
    • and more of the content of the Christ impulse will be imparted to mankind;
    • in fact there is deep truth in the saying of Christ Jesus; “For,
    • lo, I am with you away even unto the end of the world.” And Christ
    • connection with the Christ and feel themselves strong for their earthly
    • belongs to the revelation of the Christ impulse. To come to a right
    • Christ impulse. Man would have been too weak to make any progress by
    • beyond the the earth, the Christ impulse, a man had triumphed over death:
    • their primitive souls received the Christ Who came to them just as He
    • with you yesterday it may be said: The Christ came first to the man
    • Christ came once again, united Himself with the men who peopled the
    • regard to mankind's evolution, with regard to understanding the Christ
    • not by all that was derived from the traditional Christianity of the
    • sense embraced the faith of the Christian Church in comfort, or even
    • wished within this Christian Church to carry through all manner of purely
    • when, travelling with the two apparently good Christians Lavater and
    • old ecclesiastical Christianity, he said: “Prophets to right,
    • to; as opposed to the Christians around him he was always the definite
    • non-Christian for the very reason that he was to prepare mankind for
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    • conception of the Christ. The essential is that we feel what is here
    • art representation, to the Christ. That is, we shall discover the central
    • being of all earth's existence, the Christ, when we experience that
    • which is to be felt in this form. The Christ may to-day discovered purely
    • Christ. And he will then be able to find again in the Gospels, in all
    • historical documents, the Christ he has discovered. We cannot to-day
    • of the Christ.
    • we shall come to the understanding of the Christ. It is just the task
    • of the Christ. Hence there could not be a visionary Christ-figure, concerning
    • our Building, but the Representative of Humanity, in which the Christ
    • of the art of occult investigation. You see, that figure of Christ which
    • is the traditional one arose only in the 6th century after Christ. For
    • on the point, it is for me a fact, that the Christ Jesus who walked
    • was travelling on a lecture tour from Christiania to Bergen, I saw on
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    • he cannot yet recognise the wisdom of Christianity. This is
    • impulse, the urge, towards Christianity is already alive in
    • there as the Christ, he overcomes the opposing spirit. He
    • poodle. But when he calls upon the figure of Christ,
    • Mystery of Golgotha, before the Christian reckoning of time,
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    • one-sided cultivation of the principles of Christianity leads
    • many bigotted Christian pastors, and people of that kind,
    • of the Christian middle-ages, in which is extinguished
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    • Helena-problem remained remote and strange. The Christians of
    • Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz, anno 1459,
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    • time. We need only turn our gaze to the Christ-Impulse
    • founding of Rome in the year 747 before the Birth of Christ.
    • — the Christ-Impulsecould enter in, as indeed it did
    • Christ-Impulse to do with the great and important question
    • on Christian soil about the Birth of Christ! How infinitely
    • significant a part is played by the Death of Christ! In the
    • Birth and Death of Christ we see most pregnantly this
    • Christian Rosenkreuz, all consciousness originates out of
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    • power — the spiritual power of Christianity — has failed
    • this division between the peoples, in Christianity itself
    • Christian Churches has become accentuated. The historical
    • that they will hardly allow it the name of Christianity; not
    • to mention the breach among the international Christians in
    • communal ideal of Christianity.
    • that has happened Christianity has shown itself a traitor to
    • the Gospels — a Judas who betrayed Christ. For the true being
    • of Christianity points to an all-embracing human society, and
    • does not go so far as to ask: If Christianity has been
    • Christians and should be better ones, if what is meant by
    • this is that they should live up to the Christian example. I
    • for Christianity to be able to develop its international
    • Christianity to encourage the international impulse to prevent
    • this — something is not right, Christianity must have been
    • consideration was that Christianity has no part in what the
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    • Christianity through the way it has developed in the
    • might say that it has created the feeling in man that Christ
    • did once exist. And even this feeling that Christ once
    • the nineteenth century. What Christ brought into the world,
    • Christ's connection with the striving of the human soul, into
    • to an active Christianity. Just think how, for many people in
    • the past, Christ has been nothing more than a helper in
    • afterwards; he was forgiven. In short, Christ was there to
    • belief in Christ, by a passive feeling of being united with
    • Christ, he will be saved. This twofold passive relation to
    • Christ belongs, and must belong, to the past. And what is to
    • take its place must be a relation to Christ that is an active
    • force, a going to meet Him, so that Christ does not do for a
    • through His being to do it himself. An active Christianity
    • — or rather a Christianity that comes to activity
    • — is what must take the place of passive Christianity
    • Christianity that is passive to one that is active, that it
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    • as the freedom of mercy in Christianity, shows itself in this
    • the proclamation in Christendom, it had to be made clear that
    • Christ was not pronounced, yet lay within the words here, that
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    • as the freedom of mercy in Christianity, shows itself in this
    • the proclamation in Christendom, it had to be made clear that
    • Christ was not pronounced, yet lay within the words here, that
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    • division of earthly time into pre-Christian and post-Christian
    • through the appearance of Christ on earth. What was previously
    • Christ-Soul felt itself uniting with the body of the earth.
    • reported story of Christianity in the correct light. We can ask
    • reference to the spreading of Christianity? When one looks at
    • the propagation of Christianity one can say: firstly more had
    • companions of Christ Jesus in Palestine; Paul who was no
    • physical companion of Christ Jesus, who had even persecuted the
    • Christ. Paul didn't become a believer through sharing the life
    • and suffering of the Christ, but he became a warrior for Christ
    • saw the living Christ, who since the Event of Golgotha had
    • first learnt to know the Christ from the time Christ united
    • become a worthy body for the Christ-Spirit and while the earth
    • was preparing for the uniting of itself and the Christ-Spirit,
    • during this time the Christ-Spirit worked into it. Christ said
    • the body of Christ! How meaningful this becomes with reference
    • the acceptance of the Christ-soul.
    • appearance of Christ on earth. Through Christ alone are the
    • with this Christ-Spirit, that which spreads out on earth as the
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    • words, through the passage of Christ on earth, the spiritual
    • division of earthly time into pre-Christian and post-Christian
    • through the appearance of Christ on earth. What was previously
    • Christ-Soul felt itself uniting with the body of the earth.
    • reported story of Christianity in the correct light. We can ask
    • reference to the spreading of Christianity? When one looks at
    • the propagation of Christianity one can say: firstly more had
    • companions of Christ Jesus in Palestine; Paul who was no
    • physical companion of Christ Jesus, who had even persecuted the
    • Christ. Paul didn't become a believer through sharing the life
    • and suffering of the Christ, but he became a warrior for Christ
    • saw the living Christ, who since the Event of Golgotha had
    • first learnt to know the Christ from the time Christ united
    • become a worthy body for the Christ-Spirit and while the earth
    • was preparing for the uniting of itself and the Christ-Spirit,
    • during this time the Christ-Spirit worked into it. Christ said
    • the body of Christ! How meaningful this becomes with reference
    • the acceptance of the Christ-soul.
    • appearance of Christ on earth. Through Christ alone are the
    • with this Christ-Spirit, that which spreads out on earth as the
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    • Das Fest der Erscheinung Christi.
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    • see the spread of Christianity. But something else as well is to be
    • perceived. Christianity makes its way from the East into the Pagan
    • upon Christianity. Efforts are made to understand Christianity through
    • the Gnosis, as it is called, to interpret Christianity in the light of
    • not until the fourth century, just at the time when Christianity
    • Gnostic conceptions, the wisdom-filled conceptions of Christianity now
    • the old Gnostic wisdom into Christianity is branded as a heretic:
    • wisdom with Christianity, is ostracised. And finally Christianity is
    • Church. In the fourth century, that which in Christianity had once
    • are called upon to lay hold of Christianity in a more elementary way,
    • with a kind of abstract feeling. Christianity makes its way from the
    • to the fifteenth centuries, the Christian life which develops in the
    • regarded as an undesirable element in Christianity... There you have
    • Christianity spreads out, finds its way into the Greek world, the
    • centuries of the post-Christian era. External history gives no true
    • Christian era had long since vanished in the South. But it is a
    • Christianity. This stream flows towards the, South East but meets with
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    • Here he surveys the meaning of Christmas in past, present, and future.
    • mood connected with advent and Christmas in earlier times, Steiner goes on
    • to outline the history and meaning of the traditional Christmas Plays.
    • Christmas festival, which will grow out of the new spiritual attitude
    • Here he surveys the meaning of Christmas in past, present, and future.
    • mood connected with advent and Christmas in earlier times, Steiner goes on
    • to outline the history and meaning of the traditional Christmas Plays.
    • Christmas festival, which will grow out of the new spiritual attitude
    • The Christmas Festival In The Changing Course Of Time
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    • piritual mood connected with advent and Christmas in earlier times,
    • Christmas Plays. Steiner then discusses the future development and
    • significance of the Christmas festival, which will grow out of the
    • The Christmas Festival In TheChanging Course Of Time
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    • piritual mood connected with advent and Christmas in earlier times,
    • Christmas Plays. Steiner then discusses the future development and
    • significance of the Christmas festival, which will grow out of the
    • Christmas festival. Indeed, it is one of the greatest festivals of the
    • preparations and celebrations of the Christmas festival which we see
    • permeate ourselves with the Christmas mood, and wish to receive this
    • Christmas mood from what we can see in today's environment. There is a
    • discord in seeing the streets bedecked with Christmas trees and other
    • that the Christmas festival can do to deepen man's inner nature,
    • “What can this ‘Christ festival’ mean to us?”. And in their
    • Christmas festival meant to people for many centuries in the past.
    • our souls: What has the Christmas festival been for many centuries,
    • permeated the Christmas festival. On the other hand, let us compare
    • the Christ in their hearts during the great festivities surrounding
    • Christmas or Easter. Today it has become very difficult indeed,
    • German villages. When the Christmas season approached I could behold
    • prevailed during the rest of the year. When Christmas approached this
    • afternoons and evenings as the Christmas season approached. One would
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  • Title: The Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita
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    • Christ brought to humanity.
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity to a soul whom one of
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    • call the Christ, Who remained on earth altogether for three years.
    • definite feelings and ideas or perhaps views about the Christ
    • a little neutral about the Christ event one is well prepared for such
    • to talk sense about Buddha, just as those with a Christian bias will
    • least easily be able to talk sense about Christ. This is always true.
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    • Christ brought to humanity.
    • as the teaching of Christ Jesus is to be found in some earlier work
    • inherent in the Christ Impulse, is something altogether different,
    • Christianity.
    • Christ.
    • and more were met by the Christ Impulse, leading them once more
    • Christ and Krishna. I have tried to show how closely the two impulses
    • that happened between the tenth century before Christ and the tenth
    • the Christ Impulse came for all mankind.
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    • know that at the time when Christianity was founded two children were
    • Christ now comes toward the physical body from the other side. In the
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    • evolution down to the time of Christ. Then he came who was once
    • Luciferic influence was one-sided. Hence the all-embracing Christ
    • the St. Luke Jesus child Himself the Christ Impulse lived for three
    • years; the Christ who came to mankind to bring together these two
    • Christ took the sin upon Himself. He gave to men what reconciles the
    • in the centuries following the foundation of Christianity was only
    • related to Jesus, not to the Christ Who lived in Jesus for the three
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse must break in upon us. The
    • Christ-path must be added to the Jesus-path. The path of one-sided
    • seek the understanding of the Christ Impulse that is opened up by
    • progress of humanity. To understand the Christ means not merely to
    • expressed by St. Paul, “Not I, but Christ in me.” “I”
    • is the Krishna word. “Not I, but Christ in me,” is the
    • Christian word.
    • had to find their higher unity in the mission of the Christ.
    • found in the stream of Christianity. Only when we regard the matter
    • and Christian faiths in this abstract way, saying, “Look,
    • religions, it is one and the same whether what lived in the Christ is
    • which the name Christ has been preserved — to associate that
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    • VIII THE CHRISTIAN MYSTERY
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    • VIII. THE CHRISTIAN MYSTERY
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    • elaborated some seven centuries earlier his Christ-oriented
    • Esoteric Christian Cosmology appropriate to the dawn of the new Age
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    • 1. The Origin of Esoteric Christianity
    • lies in the supreme rôle attributed by Anthroposophy to the Christ in
    • pre-Christian times, man was universally endowed with a faculty of
    • it according to cosmic laws. But shortly before the coming of Christ,
    • 2. Jesus the Christ as the Axis of Human Evolution.The Rosicrucian Initiation
    • Who became man. The mission of Jesus the Christ had long been foretold
    • afterwards — rivals and mortal enemies. In religion, the Cross of Christ
    • From the outset, the aim of Christian Esotericism was to heal this
    • Christ by meditation upon the first fourteen verses of the Gospel
    • axis of Christianity and carries us into the realms of the world
    • radiating in the Logos, the Christ. And Lucifer, the Spirit of
    • Ahriman, his dire companion, who is held in check by the Christ,
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    • glance at the centuries preceding the advent of Christianity and
    • difference between a man of pre-Christian times and a man of today.
    • a thousand years before the Christian era. It is the epoch of Thales,
    • before the Christian era has been to develop the human Ego in the
    • the world by the Christ and by true Christianity.
    • Let us now turn to Christianity. The brotherhood of man and the cult
    • new, mysterious and transcendental element in Christianity is that it
    • leaven by which the whole world is raised. Christ came to say:
    • (pre-Christian), through intellectualism (the present age), to
    • In the Rosicrucian sense, Christianity is at once the highest
    • In this sense, Christ is the centre of the esoteric evolution of the
    • have tried to represent Christ as a simple, naive human being. This is
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    • Christian occultism is derived from the Manicheans whose founder,
    • Manes, lived on the Earth three hundred years after Jesus the Christ.
    • Christ washes the feet of the Apostles. That is a symbol of the
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    • element of good. A Persian legend says that Christ once passed by the
    • the Christ said: ‘Lo! the teeth are beautiful.’
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    • The rôle of Christianity in human history is unique. The coming of
    • Christianity represents, in a sense, the central moment, the turning
    • second century after Christ has made certain theologians of the school
    • essential source of Christian truth. Such Brotherhoods were the
    • possess the secret. They were the precursors of a Christianity which
    • Thus in spiritual vision the Rosicrucians saw the life of Christ — nay
    • indeed the Christ Himself being born in the depths of the soul. They
    • Christ, for to know the inner Christ is also to recognise the outer
    • Christ.
    • Christ. To this the occultist will reply: ‘If there were no eye
    • but if there were no living Christ, He could not live within
    • The mission accomplished by Christ Jesus cannot be understood in all
    • Mysteries and the Christian Mystery.
    • This ancient initiation has its crowning-point ‘in Christ.’
    • Christ represents the crystallised initiation of the life of sense.
    • Christ, historic fact on the physical plane. The death
    • etheric world. The death of Christ was a full and complete death in
    • the ancient initiation to the Christian initiation. In the fourth
    • who was called to new life by the voice of Christ Himself. John is
    • through the death undergone by Christ. Such is the mystic path
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    • Christian initiation has existed since the founding of Christianity.
    • In certain respects the Christian initiation is more difficult of
    • the essence and mission of Christianity which came into the world at a
    • renders initiation more difficult. That is why the Christian masters
    • The Christian initiation has always consisted of seven stages, four of
    • character, relating to the scene where Christ washes the feet of the
    • Jesus the Christ, the Messiah, the Son of God, could not exist without
    • Then he is ready to pass to the second stage of the Christian
    • Scourging. In another vision he sees himself in the Christ Who is
    • and love. It corresponds to the second stage of Christian initiation
    • In the course of the stage in the Christian initiation known as the
    • be despised. It must be borne as some exterior object, even as Christ
    • sanctuary. The last stage of Christian initiation transcends all
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    • import of Christ's words to His disciples: “Verily, verily I say
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    • Christ.
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    • God — the Christ. 2,160 years before that, the vernal equinox
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    • during the first centuries, Christianity contained esoteric teaching
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    • doctrines. Esoteric Christianity was then gradually obscured by dogma.
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    • Word made Flesh. With the coming of the Christ, a new force entered
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    • our own, this power of the Logos, is Christ. He came at the central
    • The conscious Ego is the realisation in man of the Christ Principle.
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    • man, a being independent of the Gods. Christ, or the Logos made
    • Before the Coming of Christ, man embodied the principle of Jehovah
    • But the principle of Christ came to establish equilibrium between the
    • two. Christ taught man how to find the Law which was originally laid
    • principles of Christianity. The ancient world was ruled by Law; Love
    • — Jehovah, Lucifer, Christ. Christ Jesus is not only a Universal
    • Principle; Christ is a Being who appeared once, and once only, at a
    • ultimately to acquire by their own free-will. Christ came to the Earth
    • Christ-Principle might awaken in man, the life of Christ Himself on
    • represents the spiral process of evolution. The Christ Impulse
    • He came to Earth the Christ has lived in the depths of every human
    • Christ as the Redeemer. In reality, karma is a redemption of man by
    • man is able to draw near to Christ.
    • The Christ-Impulse transforms implacable Law into Freedom, and the
    • source of this Impulse is the person and example of Christ Jesus.
    • Christ — a freedom attained not by defying the world-order but by
    • them. Karma and Christ — the means of salvation and the Saviour.
    • Through karma, the Act of Christ becomes cosmic law, and through the
    • Christ-Principle karma achieves its aim — the liberation of
    • redemption, Christ is the Redeemer.
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    • Christianity marks the turning point of human evolution. All the
    • as Christianity. — Those who ‘have not seen’ are those
    • who have not known the Mysteries. Through Christianity, certain
    • Before Christianity, super-sensible truth was revealed in the rites and
    • as it was revealed in the Divine Personality of Christ. But in every
    • Christianity. What is written in the Gospels is the message, the good
    • Esoteric Christianity is not based upon vague and sentimental
    • first germs of Christianity were laid down in this epoch among the
    • Graeco-Roman civilisation, the era of the birth of Christianity.
    • Christianity mingled with the leaven of the East which was brought
    • and creative power. What will Christianity be in the sixth epoch? To
    • the priest in the Mysteries before Christ, there was harmony between
    • Person of Christ, of the God-Man on Earth has temporarily replaced
    • end of earthly existence will be that the Christ-Principle permeates
    • all humanity. Having become like unto Christ, men will gather around
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    • they contain essential material concerning Christology, they
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    • general picture of the life of Christ Jesus. On the other
    • as it was born in him through the impact of Christianity.
    • could be taken as Christian historical facts.
    • explaining symbolically the Christ myth and the Bible in
    • that related to the life of the founder of Christianity, and
    • was the founder of Christianity could not readily be
    • Christian mystics so often expressed in profound and
    • Christ were born in Bethlehem a thousand times
    • an inner experience of Christ — there is the
    • it down says of Christ (the words are not to be taken
    • the life of Christ Jesus as John describes it from his own
    • is told us of the founder of Christianity is not authentic.
    • see genius. Although one learns the truth of Christ Jesus
    • relationship between Christ Jesus and the divine man that
    • which in its fullness represents the Christ. When you know
    • in order to experience the Christ, his own higher divine
    • Christ Jesus but a biography of the developing human soul.
    • only makes people into Christians but enables them to awaken
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    • Christian initiation has similarities with other ways of
    • Christian initiation.
    • pupil of the Christian initiation has to undergo seven
    • feet, the first stage of a Christian initiation. Christ
    • second stage of the Christian initiation is the
    • disciple who bears witness that Christ lives. Now the higher
    • Christian mystic. He feels as though the whole earth was part
    • Gospel is a description of this Christian path of initiation.
    • time is divided into before and after Christ.
    • Christianity attains its real meaning when it is followed as
    • be lived inwardly. The Christian spirit has to be experienced
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    • Christian document. We have seen that it should not be read
    • the birth of Christianity.
    • last lecture we came to know the Christian initiation, but it
    • was not Christianity that first made initiation possible. At
    • Christianity all these things became more inward. Since
    • Christianity has provided us with such documents as the John
    • pre-Christian times available. One had to be introduced into
    • practised far into the Christian era. For a long time it was
    • at the time of the birth of Christianity it still had a
    • Christianity knows nothing of this teaching of reincarnation.
    • manifest. Can this be reconciled with true Christianity? No.
    • Christianity would be morally degraded. Interpreted
    • answered him, ‘We have heard out of the law that Christ
    • fundamental Christian truth: I am the Way, the Truth and the
    • Christian mystical truth — “I am the Way, the
    • recognise Christ through their higher comprehension. When
    • conception. Christ will reappear in the world. The doctrine
    • Christ, reincarnation was generally accepted. Life between
    • Christ, and the present day. Those living then, appear again
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    • time Christ called Himself the “Lamb of God”, and the first
    • Christian symbol was not the Cross with the Saviour hanging on it, but
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    • raise the objection: “Your Theosophy is not Christian, for it
    • Christ Jesus, who suffered for all mankind? The Theosophist says he
    • karma and the central fact of Christianity will not be hard to find.
    • to esoteric Christianity.
    • as powerful as Christianity represents Christ to be, he may help the
    • Christ's deed on Earth is effective precisely because the law of karma
    • to act upon him. Christ's deed is conceivable only because of the law
    • of karma; the testament of Christ is in fact the teaching of karma and
    • the unique deed of Christ having been accomplished once only for all
    • redemption. The reason why Christianity has hitherto failed to emphasise
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    • Persian legend told of Christ Jesus. One day Christ Jesus saw a dead dog
    • 2. The Christian way.
    • Here, in place of individual Gurus, there is one great Guru, Christ
    • Jesus Himself, for everyone. The feeling of belonging to Christ Jesus,
    • Guru. But the pupil has first to be led to Christ by an earthly Guru,
    • Christian way is best suited to those whose feelings are most strongly
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    • AND CHRISTIAN TRAINING
    • Christian and the Rosicrucian. Today we will begin by going more closely
    • occult training. You can, for instance, be a very good Christian and
    • fulfil everything that the Christian religion prescribes for the laity
    • without undergoing a Christian occult training. It goes without saying
    • The Christian religion
    • Eastern Yoga training. Christian training pays almost no attention to
    • the Christian way of occult training, as far as this is possible, and
    • we shall see how it differs from the Eastern way. This Christian way
    • done and can rectify mistakes at every step. But in Christian training
    • the great Guru is Christ Jesus Himself. Hence it is essential to have
    • a firm belief in the presence and the life on Earth of the Christ. Without
    • will no longer need to prove the reality of Christ Jesus, for he will
    • In Christian training
    • this is; how he is led into the events in Palestine when Christ Jesus
    • chapter, he has to experience the separate stages of Christian
    • scene. Christ Jesus bends down before those who are lower than himself.
    • all stages of human existence up to Christ Jesus Himself, who bows down
    • of Christian Initiation. He will know by two signs, an outer and an
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    • the Rosicrucian path that those who have been led away from Christian
    • belief by what they take to be science can learn to understand Christianity
    • grasp of the truth of Christianity. Truth is one, but it can be reached
    • This healing method calls itself Christian, but in fact it is
    • anti-Christian.
    • Christianity is an outlook
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    • Christ was not known as a high Initiate to the writers of those days.
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    • Christians have the Fish as their symbol, besides the Lamb?
    • by Christianity and hence the Fish is the symbol for the early Christians.
    • the Coptic language, contains much of the discourses of Christ at the
    • Devachan. The light-bearing purifier before Christ was Melchisedek.
    • Why does Christ say:
    • Then we can reflect on the following: Christ was the embodiment of the
    • Christ Himself. Therefore Christ embraces everything previous to Him
    • am the Way and the Truth”. Christ alone could say: “I am
    • Elias and Moses appeared with Christ. Hence the Transfiguration says:
    • his death, is the same as the Transfiguration of Christ. At the moment
    • when Buddha brought his working to an end, the real working of Christ,
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    • Christianity began as a Religion but is greater than all Religions (2 lectures).
    • Occult Science and Occult Development. Christ at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century (2 lectures).
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    • supernature: Father, Christ, Spirit. Pathology of evolving humanity.
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    • until Christmas, until December 21, when the balance shifts again. So
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    • Since the Mystery of Golgotha, Christ has been the mediator for both
    • of nature, from the Father to Christ. For Christ is the spiritual
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
    • Christ the Son. That puts into modern speech what mystery wisdom
    • would express. After initiates have attained a Christ-consciousness
    • from the Father to Christ, they will find all the healing processes
    • of Golgotha, up to the moment when Christ went through the gate of
    • death. You will understand the passage of Christ from the Father to
    • between the Spirit and the Son, the Christ, of developing theology so
    • it will find the way from Christ to the Spirit, from the Spirit to
    • Christ. A great sum of knowledge and life experience can be acquired
    • Spirit to Christ, from Christ to the Spirit. Its highest service must
    • meaning of Christ's path after the death on Golgotha. For his going
    • happening to the Christ individuality since He went through the death
    • Christ's path to
    • Christ's path after Golgotha: the peak of the priest's path.
    • risen Spirit and the further activity of the Christ. But if we speak
    • the activity of Christ on both paths.
    • The Christ leads downward and upward,
    • Christus führt nach unten und nach oben
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    • of nature, from the Father to Christ. For Christ is the spiritual
    • back to Christ, after the Father has given the leadership over to
    • Christ the Son. That puts into modern speech what mystery wisdom
    • would express. After initiates have attained a Christ-consciousness
    • from the Father to Christ, they will find all the healing processes
    • of Golgotha, up to the moment when Christ went through the gate of
    • death. You will understand the passage of Christ from the Father to
    • between the Spirit and the Son, the Christ, of developing theology so
    • it will find the way from Christ to the Spirit, from the Spirit to
    • Christ. A great sum of knowledge and life experience can be acquired
    • Spirit to Christ, from Christ to the Spirit. Its highest service must
    • meaning of Christ's path after the death on Golgotha. For his going
    • happening to the Christ individuality since He went through the death
    • Christ's path to
    • Christ's path after Golgotha: the peak of the priest's path.
    • risen Spirit and the further activity of the Christ. But if we speak
    • the activity of Christ on both paths.
    • The Christ leads downward and upward,
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    • recently in Christiania
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    • described that in my Christiania lectures
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    • we are accustomed to call them in Christian esotericism — are
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    • with the lectures I gave recently in Christiania know that this
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    • centuries of the Christian era, there was nothing in the first
    • the Christ in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. Since that time the
    • Christ has worked in the earth as another divine principle. And
    • of the Christ; for only by permeating ourselves with the Christ
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    • V The Teachings of the Risen ChristNote: the book shows this lecture taking place in 1912 — 1922 is correct.
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    • The Blood-relationship and the Christ-relationship
    • The Teachings of the Risen Christ
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    • event of the Christian religion. It was the pivotal event of the whole
    • So too the Christian Festivals were
    • or truths of the Christian revelation. They are in themselves, each
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    • Ever since the early days of Christianity it has been the custom to
    • draw a distinction between the festivals of Christmas and of Easter in
    • that the Christmas festival has been made immovable, having been fixed
    • The rigid point of time fixed for the Christmas festival indicates
    • purpose is to remind us of the birth of the Man into whom the Christ
    • through the Christ Impulse man is to be set free from the forces of
    • Christ Impulse, to become free of earthly conditions.
    • of the beginnings of Christianity, to some of those early mysteries
    • Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • event in the evolution of Christianity was the appearance of the
    • Christianity. He became the Apostle of the Christians only after the
    • Christ in an extra-earthly, super-sensible manner. Thus Paul was a man
    • who could not be persuaded of the meaning of the Christ Impulse by
    • experience of Christ Jesus, we discover a strange and astounding fact
    • detect even for so long as that. Now the Christ Impulse entered into
    • as into the thirtieth year. And Christ Jesus lived His days of
    • As physical man, Paul was of about the same age as Christ Jesus
    • Himself. The time that Christ Jesus spent in His work on earth, Paul
    • spent as an anti-Christian. And the second half of his life was
    • happened for mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • IITHE BLOOD-RELATIONSHIP AND THE CHRIST-RELATIONSHIP
    • the beginning of Christianity. Easter is an appropriate occasion for
    • from any real understanding of the Christ Impulse and how closely this
    • interpretation of Christianity there was a fundamental break, with the
    • determined in pre-Christian times, could remain, but that man himself
    • designated as Christians, a community to which man allies himself in
    • Christians was not to be dependent on the blood; for of this
    • birth. But Christianity summons men not to rely upon what is brought
    • transformation, to allow the soul to develop, to be reborn in Christ,
    • forsaken God, had become unchristian, because a situation which had
    • Until the rise of Protestantism a Christian tradition was still
    • Christians to-day is no longer Christianity. Thus in the
    • anti-Christian impulse, which was of course there under the surface
    • To this cause alone are to be attributed the utterly unchristian
    • have persisted into the 20th. Two of the most unchristian
    • blood-principle. The Christian impulse towards universal humanity was
    • been found. The anti-Christian impulse makes its appearance first and
    • revolt against Christianity in the nationalism of the 19th
    • theology, in the sphere of modern Christian consciousness — all
    • anti-Christianity, and that which culminated in the tenets of Lenin
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    • the Buddhists and the Christians, how little do they understand and
    • Christianity itself will lead more and more Christians to
    • When a professed Christian, knowing nothing beyond the external
    • that of Christianity through the methods leading to the development of
    • central nerve of Buddhism. And the Christian, too, hears of a
    • of Buddha in the twenty-ninth year of his life. A Christian who is an
    • But as anthroposophical Christians, our attitude to the Bodhisattva
    • Christian who is an anthroposophist says to the Buddhist: I understand
    • spiritual science from the ground of Christianity would ever dream, as
    • a Christian, of saying that the Buddha returns in the flesh. He knows
    • Bodhisattva to that of Buddha. Christianity itself has brought him
    • Christianity. He will realise that as in the case of the other
    • religions, Christianity has a Founder — Jesus of Nazareth —
    • of Nazareth through the centuries. But the Christian's view of the
    • significant fact is that Christianity differs from all other religions
    • Teacher. But to believe that the same is true of Christianity
    • Christianity is not that it looks back to Jesus of Nazareth as a great
    • Teacher. Christianity originates in a Deed, takes
    • — we call Christ. But a name cannot encompass the Divine Spirit
    • we recognise in Christ. No human name, no human word, can define a
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    • THERE is a significant contrast between the Christmas thought and
    • The Christmas thought points to birth. Through birth, the eternal
    • constitution is derived. The Christmas thought, therefore, links us
    • thought. Hence at the time when Pauline Christianity was beginning to
    • the Death but to the Resurrection of Christ Jesus that men's minds
    • were directed by words of power such as those of Paul: “If Christ
    • of early Christianity that was still an echo of Eastern wisdom. On the
    • other hand, there are pictures in which Christ Jesus is portrayed as
    • sleeps through his mortal existence. In early Christianity, man is
    • of Christendom men were still endeavouring to understand the Mystery
    • the fourth century A.D., Christianity became a
    • State religion — in other words, there crept into Christianity
    • Julian the Apostate, who was no Christian, but for all that a
    • deeply religious man, could not accept what Christianity had become
    • under Constantine. And so we see how in the fusion of Christianity
    • a picture of Christ Jesus which at the beginning simply was not there,
    • was not part of Christianity in its original form: the picture of
    • Christ Jesus as the crucified One, the Man of Sorrows, brought to His
    • This made a breach in the whole outlook of the Christian world. For the
    • the picture of Christ agonising on the Cross — is of the Christ
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    • VTHE TEACHINGS OF THE RISEN CHRIST
    • The Teachings of Christ, the Resurrected
    • Being we call the Christ to enter the realm of earthly life, the
    • Christ Who indeed belongs to those worlds whence the ancient Teachers
    • in the first Christian centuries looked back to the Mystery of
    • from the earliest Church Fathers and other Christian teachers —
    • Christ Jesus from direct eye-witnesses, or from those who had been
    • first four centuries of Christendom thanks to the remaining vestiges
    • everything that was known in those days about the Risen Christ, the
    • Christ Who had passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and then, in a
    • Christ meeting the disciples who had gone out to seek Him there are
    • Christ to His disciples.
    • experience at Damascus as a teaching which, given by the Risen Christ,
    • In those early times there was full realisation that Christ Jesus,
    • of the teachings which could be given by the Risen Christ to His
    •  Christ taught His initiated disciples, — “you can receive
    •  “Christ came down from spheres beyond the earth to the
    • by the Risen Christ to His disciples. And it worked with stupendous
    • That this secret should have been entrusted to Christ's first
    • But in the Mysteries into which Christ sent His message, it was
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    • IN A former lecture I pointed out that Christianity is wider in
    • Christianity will have thrown off the outmoded forms of religious life
    • human culture. Christianity has the power in itself of transcending
    • Mysteries, in times long before Christianity had spread over the
    • replaced by the later, Christian Principle. In the Northern Mysteries
    • thither from Christianity. The presence of the Gothic Bible amid the
    • Christianity emerging from the narrow framework of the religious life
    • central idea of Christianity comes to birth, how it bursts the bonds
    • Christianity, as a religious idea. And after he had reached the
    • heights of that prophetic foreshadowing of Christianity to which he
    • Nibelungs,” this central Idea of Christianity found still wider
    • time when Christianity will embrace, not only the religious life, but
    • kindle the feeling of what Christianity can be for mankind in times to
    • relation between religion in the ordinary sense and Christianity. The
    • perhaps, those Christmas lectures in which we endeavoured to grasp the
    • meaning of Christmas in the light of the Mystery-knowledge. If from a
    • higher vantage-point we think of the Christmas Festival on the one
    • other, the relation between religion and Christianity, if rightly
    • moments of which I told you in connection with the Christmas Mystery,
    • In essentials, therefore, this pre-Christian Initiation consisted
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    • Christian Mystery. And so at Easter to-day the outer festival and its
    • Our Christian festival of Easter is only one of the forms of the
    • Western, Christian account of Easter, that there lies the possibility
    • the Christian account of Easter, achieve victory over death after
    • Those who understand the tidings of Christianity in the spiritual
    • Christ Jesus had been foretold by Moses,
    • telling of how the Power, which was later called Christ, made Himself
    • Christ and none other Who says of Himself to Moses: I am the I
    • realised that the God heralded by Moses is the Christ Who was
    • Christ Whom they worshipped; they recognised Christ as the One Who
    • fiery lightning on Sinai, was present as the Christ in the blood of
    • Jesus of Nazareth. Christ, descending into a human form, was manifest
    • human body — through the Christ Being?
    • hold of by a force that impels it to the spiritual. Christianity has
    • from spiritual heights to the earth. But the Avatar Christ has
    • physical body to such a degree that the Christ Impulse streams into
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    • Christ Who proclaimed Himself to Moses in the burning
    • Christ and no other Power than He Who declared to Moses: “I am
    • through the Christ Event this fire was spiritualised. Now, since the
    • Christ Power has penetrated the earth, by what can the flame of the
    • spirit that have been opened and awakened through the Christ Impulse
    • is spiritualised. And ever since the Christ Impulse awakened the eyes
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. And so both Moses and Paul beheld the Christ:
    • it was the Christ Who spoke with him. To the enlightened eyes of Paul,
    • Christ revealed Himself from the spiritualised fire. Matter
    • can raise and lead him upwards into the spiritual worlds. Christ
    • worlds. The pre-Christian saviours redeemed mankind with
    • Divine forces. Christ redeemed mankind with human
    • What would have happened on the earth if Christ had not appeared?
    • corpse of Christ Jesus on the Cross became the token of life, of the
    • earth able from its own elements to provide a raiment for the Christ.
    • Men will gladly tread this earth upon which Christ has walked. Union
    • with Christ kindles in the soul the power to find its way up into the
    • Christ is in reality, in the future they will learn to understand it,
    • Christ Impulse, into whose innermost being the Christ Power draws, can
    • within himself. For Christ is the great Healer of mankind. His Power
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  • Title: Faith, Love, and Hope
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    • Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Leadership of Humanity,
    • Das Esoterische Christentum und Die Geistige Fuehrung der Menschheit.
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    • Coming of Christ in Glory. The glorified body is a phrase which refers
    • to the etheric body or a body in the etheric plane. Christ has been
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    • Christ” was given in Karlsruhe; here he gave the fundamental
    • Christ. With the exception of the course on St. Mark's Gospel, which
    • of the Christ in the twentieth century; in the Karlsruhe course he
    • described in detail the work of Christ as lord of human destiny —
    • friend and biographer of the poet, Christian Morgenstern. Not long
    • of the Christian Community. For example, Rudolf Steiner describes in
    • these lectures the meaning of the altar in early Christianity.
    • years before the Christian era.
    • yesterday in the public lecture, “From Jesus to Christ”. It
    • risen Christ — the spiritual Adam who enters the souls of those
    • Christ which rose from the grave of Golgotha have remained with the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha we may say: Christ then became the Spirit
    • a change in relation of the Christ to men is coming, an important
    • about — the new revelation to men of the Christ.
    • which can be described in this way. Christ is becoming Lord of Karma
    • discussed. Christ is entering upon His judgeship. Let us look more
    • way to Christ, our karmic account will be balanced — inserted in
    • concern of the Christ.
    • This taking over by Christ of the judging of a man's deeds is a result
    • and there the figure of the etheric Christ will be directly visible to
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    • centuries before the Christian era to realise what a countless number
    • early Christians who felt most vividly the loss of direct psychical
    • which the ego descended among men. The Christ-event had also to happen
    • Christian love. Slowly we draw nearer to that epoch; and by making
    • about only through the individuality who before Christ-Jesus came to
    • personality living about a hundred years before Christ under the name
    • how the Christ will gradually reveal Himself to ever-higher powers in
    • the great Christ-event for all who are willing to listen. And we can
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    • Incarnation proceeds from the Spirit. Christoph Oetinger, the
    • Lecture 6. Spiritual importance of the thirteen nights from Christmas.
    • history of the Christ Impulse. It can never be proved on lines of
    • the proof as to Christ. Therefore there is no historical proof. Christ
    • at Christmas, by Adalbert Stifter, Berg Cristall. The Christ is with
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    • Christianity spread and grew in Europe is the result of it! And if we
    • gravity, and you will admit that Christianity then spread in Europe
    • as the announcement of Christianity, a certain European atmosphere was
    • were once seated together those who, when Christianity was first
    • we see the first small handful of Christians, possessing something
    • Christ-impulse, were the first Christians — and above, over their
    • Christians. You know all that, I need not relate it further. But if
    • when the old Roman culture was still above, and Christianity, tended
    • Christianity.
    • how the first announcement of Christianity was completely opposed to
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    • leading motive of all the works written by Christoph Oetinger, a very
    • in referring to the Theosophist, Christoph Oetinger, in November,
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    • connected with Christmas and the Christmas season. It treats of the
    • legendary person, passed the thirteen days between Christmas and the
    • following: Olaf Åsteson reaches a church door one Christmas Eve and
    • I have experienced a kind of Christmas sadness — one cannot call
    • our era that Being whom we have frequently characterised, the Christ
    • Mystery of Golgotha; — Paul saw the Christ spiritually through
    • their souls with the Christ-Event. Through this connection of single
    • individuals with the Christ-Event Christianity was spread abroad. At
    • disappeared. Christianity is spread abroad. But now the time has come
    • actual historical testimony in the Gospels, that Christ Jesus never
    • Christ Jesus did not intend to make things so easy for men that
    • Frederick the Great may be verified. Christ did not wish to make
    • that the existence of Christ may never be proved in that way, for that
    • with the proof as to Christ. Therefore there exists no historical
    • proof. Humanity will have to recognise this: although Christ lived on
    • historical documents. The Christ-Event must come to humanity in a
    • old historical documents. Just in reference to the Christ-Event it
    • must be understood in our epoch that one can only come to the Christ
    • We may be told that Christ exists, but to find Him really is only
    • the Christ-Event we have an occurrence concerning which all who will
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    • Christianity and the teaching of reincarnation. Water or the drinking
    • Christ, the ascending Buddhi-Principle — Black and White Magic.
    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • Christian terminology: Power, Kingdom and Glory.
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    • Christianity and the teaching of reincarnation. Water or the drinking
    • Christ, the ascending Buddhi-Principle — Black and White Magic.
    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • Christian terminology: Power, Kingdom and Glory.
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact’.
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    • The Twelve apostles as the twelve Christ-permeated stages of
    • the Christ passed. This can be recognised in the thirteenth chapter of
    • which indicates that Christ is indebted to the apostles for his attainment
    • after Christ, for example, through these narratives, our feeling life
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    • From this aspect we must consider the entrance of Christ into world
    • history. Previously, anyone who wished to achieve a life in Christ had
    • But through the coming of Christ into the world, it came about that a
    • man who felt himself drawn to Christ could receive from him something
    • always possible that someone through union with Christ can preserve
    • atoning death of Christ. Before this, death in the Mysteries had to be
    • Christianity much that is of a communal nature has been brought about,
    • through true mysticism, community with Christ is possible. This has
    • also been embodied in language. The first Christian initiate in
    • J. Ch. = Jesus Christ. It was with intention that this was introduced
    • through the Ich. This centre point is literally the Christ.
    • Holy Spirit is to Christ, as the Atma is to the I.
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    • Christianity and the teaching of reincarnation. Water or the drinking
    • of Christ. In addition, however, one finds others who are incarnated
    • 800 years before Christ; that is about the time of the Iliad and the
    • About 800 years before Christ the sun in spring entered the
    • always slightly changing. Eight hundred years before Christ the sun
    • The fourth culture is that of the Ram, or Lamb; Christ stands in the
    • Christianity will be proclaimed. ‘Water-Man’ is also the one who will
    • will again be the forerunner of Christ, when the Sixth, the spiritual
    • Elias, Moses = the truth, Christ = the life. This appeared here to the
    • said further: ‘Tell it to no man until I come again.’ Christianity was
    • distributed, but in the Christian Mysteries wine. For in the
    • reincarnation. By his coming again Christ means his reappearance in
    • Theosophy actually carries out the testament of Christianity and works
    • 800 years before Christ and 1800 years after Christ, then we have two
    • was to remain unknown. Christ therefore expressly forbade any teaching
    • about reincarnation. But from 800 years before Christ until about 1800
    • years after Christ, the time had elapsed during which nearly everyone
    • traditional Christianity, which lies in the fact that the Beyond is
    • teaching of Christianity has, so to say, borne its fruit. Today there
    • ultimate consequence of traditional Christianity. But now a new
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    • could place his body at the service of Christ. Christ stands above all
    • Christ.
    • Christianity. Christ had to raise and purify the self-centred ego, so
    • his body for the Christ.
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    • in our actions; he also stands behind the whole universe. Christianity
    • Christian religion calls Him the Word. Here something quite exact and
    • or Christ. He is the Spirit who lives as imagination in everything
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    • it was the manifestation of Christ.
    • Christ-Principle seek to win the Earth for themselves, but there are
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    • element emerged, which was absorbed by Christianity after it had
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    • Lucifer. Christianity and the teaching of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • karma, man is led upwards to spiritualisation. Christianity therefore
    • until he is mature enough for a new Christianity, with the teaching of
    • Christianity itself there is conflict between the two Principles: the
    • It might still be possible today for the teaching of Christianity
    • Hero, Who gave the second impulse, is the Christ, the Lion out of the
    • he represents the Father Principle. Christ is a Solar Hero, a
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    • these is Christ. As Lucifer represents the Manas element, so the
    • Buddhi element is represented by Christ.
    • brought down from Mercury. Christ united his sovereignty with that of
    • one who prepared the path of Christ from the middle of the Atlantean
    • we should not have had the Christ-Principle. In the drops of
    • In the saying that Christ trod on and crushed the head of the serpent
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    • preceding stages of evolution. Then for the first time Christianity
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    • one which first brought forth Christianity and also the one which
    • who knew most about Christianity: St. John. He describes at the very
    • beginning the transformation of water into wine, for Christianity came
    • water into wine at the marriage in Cana, we are shown how Christ took
    • Christ appeared in the Fourth Sub-Race he pointed to Bread and Wine:
    • whose nourishment was flesh and blood; these are the pre-Christian
    • people with whom Christ in no way concerned himself. Secondly those
    • That which Christ killed, which was actually sacrificed after he had
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    • and the future of Christianity came to magnificent expression through
    • was to come as Christianity.
    • its culmination in Christianity. So it is in this lesser racial branch
    • the civilisations that arose from this that Christianity could first
    • Jesus Christ was a native of Galilee ... ‘Galilean’ means: ‘The
    • received. It is here that Christianity first finds its real
    • by Christianity. Our present time with its materialistic culture is
    • Jewish Prophets, in the centuries before Christ, we find here
    • appears in Europe, it was Christianity which first halted him, because
    • peoples that they encountered on their way. Christianity alone made a
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    • The Christ Impulse and the Development
    • From Buddha to Christ 21.9.1911.
    • Christian
    • The Mission of Christian
    • See The Christian Mystery, Novalis the Seer lecture
    • Spirit. They also called themselves ‘Christians of
    • with them, wrote about them in Followers of Christ in
    • Christ trod
    • Germans, spread Christianity in Thuringia, Friesland and
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    • Christ, who gave the earth its meaning by working from within the
    • various forms of Christianity have accomplished during the last
    • as originating in specifically Christian prejudice. In reality it is
    • not any kind of Christian prejudice, but should be stated as the
    • to speak as having gone through initiation like others, is Christ
    • is no hindrance. But it is quite different in the case of Christ. I
    • any of his incarnations established a relation with the Christ Being.
    • That is a hindrance to him when, in order to find Christ in higher
    • world, for Christ cannot then appear to him in His true form. It is on
    • of the Christ Being in higher worlds. This is the occult difference in
    • the relation of man to other initiates. The Christ event is such that
    • higher worlds I want to know the Christ, to learn to understand His
    • to be, “If you would know the Being Who is for us the Christ,
    • Christ Being.”
    • The Christ Mystery had to take place on earth in accordance with
    • Christ. The understanding of the Christ that man gains on earth is a
    • higher worlds. Therefore, in the Christ Being the principle of
    • bodies has to be made. In the Christ Jesus we have the distinctive
    • to give to mankind through their super-physical bodies. In Christ we
    • sense of it can be summed up by saying that in Christ we have a
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    • Christ, who gave the earth its meaning by working from within the
    • particularly necessary for an actual description of the Christ event,
    • nature.” Christian tradition expresses this in the words:
    • yet deeper understanding of the Christ Being and of the Christ
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    • Christ, who gave the earth its meaning by working from within the
    • spirit-land one sees the whole being of Christ Jesus! So that, looking
    • remembrance, you have a memory of Christ Jesus and of all the events
    • described. It is only Christ Jesus that he may and should see at the
    • as a kind of central point, is the Christ Being, fulfilling the
    • from any of the world conceptions of existing Christian religions. I
    • and precisely into the matter, because up to the present, Christianity
    • Christianity who have a mortal dread of what is known as occultism,
    • point out to them that the Christian saints have always experienced
    • only be this memory of the Christ when a man has rightly understood
    • have this memory of the Christ in the very next world you enter, where
    • worlds, has become acquainted or not with this image of the Christ.
    • Christ in the higher worlds does indeed depend on how you relate
    • completely miss this image of the Christ. If, then, anyone when still
    • relationship to Christ, he might even become a great occultist and
    • of the Christ; he would not find Him there, nor be able to learn
    • conception of the Christ. That is the significant thing.
    • relation to Christ, and therefore ought not to be led beyond the
    • men do not know the way to Christ, and if they then enter higher
    • worlds, Christ is lost to them. This feeling among certain priestly
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    • that he had never taken into account the Christ, nor the facts
    • without making Christ take part in it. In his old age it caused him
    • has been so written that Christ has been entirely omitted, that Christ
    • that such an Individuality as the Christ should have brought something
    • after Christ have had some special advantage over their
    • But the souls living after Christ's appearance on earth are the same
    • pre-Christian times, and therefore took no share in any way in what
    • its central point, by Him Whom we call the Cosmic Christ. In primeval
    • occurrence, will find the risen Christ. So much we were able to point
    • out. But this reappearing Christ will not sail the sea in ships, nor
    • the manner in which the risen Christ will be revealed seems feeble as
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    • flow into the Christ Being — IN CHRISTO
    • Father — Monotheism. Christ cannot be found by any philosophy
    • free act and is not forced.’ Christ the Son is not the result
    • of Christ the Father, but is a free and independent matter. In the
    • be done by a right realisation of Christ. We prove Him not by logic
    • but by Himself. God the Father we find in life and nature. Christ is
    • Since Golgotha it is the permeation with the Christ Impulse that
    • gives the power to maintain the remembrance of the Ego. The Christ
    • Ego. It is due to Christ that we can keep this memory up to the
    • sufficient of this Christ Impulse. The surplus strengthens the
    • Mystery Plays. More people must see the etheric Christ. The Spirit
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    • flow into the Christ Being - IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • that now came into being was the Christ. Christ the child of the
    • Being had felt to be darkened. To accomplish this the Christ had to
    • new consciousness, if we could not let it flow into the Christ-Being.
    • our own being is received by the Christ Who comes to meet us with
    • life-giving power. Christ gives life to that which dies in us, which
    • death-content which streams into us we pour into the Christ-Being,
    • Christianity, and we also realise that what remains unborn in us, our
    • feeling and will, is received by the Christ-substance into Whom it
    • will sink after death. For within us dwells the Christ ever since He
    • passed through the Mystery of Golgotha. Into Christ we let sink the
    • into the spiritual sunlight of Christ we send our darkened thoughts,
    • sinks within the substance of Christ and so too does our unborn will.
    • Christ we die —
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    • Father - Monotheism. Christ cannot be found by any philosophy
    • free act and is not forced.' Christ the Son is not the result
    • of Christ the Father, but is a free and independent matter. In the
    • be done by a right realisation of Christ. We prove Him not by logic
    • but by Himself. God the Father we find in life and nature. Christ is
    • know oneself in the soul, outside the body - IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • Christian religion ‘God the Father’. Thus far do the
    • philosophers, such as Hegel and others, Christ is mentioned; it does
    • religion possesses the Christ and therefore they can speak of Him.
    • philosophy, but Christ cannot be found by any philosophy, by any
    • Christian religion in a very beautiful, symbolic and pictorial
    • manner; namely, that the relation of this other God, Christ, to the
    • Father and God the Son: this important fact, that the Christ is added
    • Christ is therefore not given to the world because the Father had to
    • Son, the Christ, through the same kind of truth by which the
    • philosophers arrive at God the Father. In order to arrive at Christ
    • effects that there is a Christ. Christ exists and can pass by human
    • Christ! An active up-rousing of the impulse for truth is required in
    • order to recognise Christ in that which was there as Christ. We can
    • recognise Christ merely through philosophy; this must be our own free
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    • Since Golgotha it is the permeation with the Christ Impulse that
    • gives the power to maintain the remembrance of the Ego. The Christ
    • Christ having entered into the earth aura, remains connected with
    • the physical body. This is the permeation with the Christ-substance,
    • far does the impulse proceeding from the power of Christ extend, that
    • into the physical world. There is the Christ-impulse which is present
    • live. When the Christ-impulse has brought us as far as to the
    • come upon us, when Christ has led us thus far, then in the Midnight
    • In Christ we have died; through
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    • Ego. It is due to Christ that we can keep this memory up to the
    • sufficient of this Christ Impulse. The surplus strengthens the
    • Mystery Plays. More people must see the etheric Christ. The Spirit
    • able to do this in our age depends upon the fact that Christ brought
    • from our earthly life. If the Christ-impulse had not entered the
    • die in Christ. For this the Christ-impulse is necessary. It preserves
    • Christ-impulse supplies us with more than barely sufficient force
    • the Spirit should not come to us, the Christ-impulse would be able to
    • with our memory, but the Christ-impulse would carry us over. This is
    • merely a bare amount of the Christ-impulse. Even at the present time,
    • not merely what is absolutely necessary regarding Christ, but that
    • the Christ-impulse should enter into his soul as a mightier impulse,
    • impulse of Christ, and we feel the force of the Spirit more strongly
    • than would be the case if the Christ-impulse were not there.
    • The surplus of the Christ-impulse
    • Christ-impulse it strengthens the impulse of the Holy Ghost, and
    • gain in this way through the Christ-impulse strengthening the impulse
    • they are filled with the Christ-impulse and the impulse of the
    • Christ-impulse, so that more and more Spirit shall enter into
    • namely, the etheric form of Christ. The power of the Spirit which
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    • pathways to the Christ: the way of thought and the way of will.
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    • universe. Christian Morgenstern, the poet, has crystalised in
    • Christian Morgenstern: We Found a Path. The Washing of
    • particularly to Christianity, we stand at a turning-point. Certainly
    • willingness to accept Christianity — but only as much of
    • Christianity as serves to remind us of our own social ideals. But
    • understood about Christianity, so far, is only a beginning. It
    • Christ was once present in the man Jesus and passed through the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. All that Christianity has been able to teach men
    • in nearly 2,000 years is the simple fact that the Christ descended to
    • Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha, but the real
    • Christ Jesus: “I am with you always, even unto the end of the
    • believe that the entire substance of Christianity is contained once
    • for all in the Gospels, but to recognise that the Christ is in truth
    • Spiritual Science is concerned not merely to talk about the Christ,
    • but to utter what the Christ wishes to say to men in our time,
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    • fellowship belongs in a sense to the Christ Impulse. That is the
    • essential thing — the Christ Impulse belongs not to single men
    • Christ Himself, it is a great mistake to suppose that the solitary
    • individual can establish a direct relation with Christ. The essential
    • thing is that Christ lived and died, and rose from the dead, for
    • Christ Event is immediately relevant (we shall return to this point)
    • and gifts, leads to the Christ Event.
    • first truth was conveyed by Christ Jesus when in the old phraseology
    • Christ-Knowledge for our time and the immediate future. That is what
    • we shall learn if we are willing, today, to listen to the Christ. He
    • always, even unto the end of the world.” This means: Christ did
    • absolutely true to say: The Christ died and rose again for the whole
    • knowledge of the Christ. And the reason for this is that the true
    • can we find our way again to the Christ Impulse?
    • show that the way is not always found. Before the Christ Impulse
    • people from whom Christ Jesus was born looked on themselves as the
    • Hebrew people Christ Jesus was to emerge. But with the enactment of
    • Jehovah should have come the recognition of Christ — the
    • quite contrary to the spirit of Christ Jesus, who lived and stood for
    • will suffice: to draw near once more to the Christ by the path of the
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    • made to hear what the Christ is saying for our present age, then it
    • inwardly” ... or, “The Christ used to be the concern of a
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    • living Spirit, permeated with the Christ-Impulse!
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    • Matter is built up in the way in which the Christ has
    • Physics the Christ will be found. Thus will a spiritual
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    • Like nearly all medieval Christian mystics who had no actual Guru
    • within you. Let your whole self be filled with Christ! — Eckhart
    • made the saying of Paul a reality: ‘Not I, but Christ in
    • Christian mystics put in the place of an external Guru, an inner
    • leader: the Christ.
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    • Christ and the Human Soul
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    • before the birth of Christ, we find the heliocentric system
    • anti-Christian. Anyone who looks into the Science of the Spirit
    • meaning of Christianity. For what has become of the Christ
    • super-sensible knowledge in order to understand Christianity in
    • attain an understanding of Christianity which can satisfy the
    • being opposed to Christianity —
    • Christianity — seem to me to
    • understanding of Christianity. Whenever I hear such
    • faint-hearted advocates of Christianity I am always
    • friend of mine who said in a speech about Galileo: Christianity
    • Christianity in a large way and say: its foundation is such
    • it will not belittle this Christianity, but will enhance
    • We therefore need a Christianity that takes hold of life,
    • practical Christianity that is intended in the threefold
    • the wonderful words of Christ: Heaven and earth will pass away,
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    • freedom and human dignity. $7.00 Vol. 5 CHRISTIANITY as
    • the modern reader. FD-4 CHRISTIAN ROSENKREUTZ The Chymical
    • Marriage and the Fama Fraternitatis by Christian Rosenkreutz,
    • CHRISTIANITY
    • CHRISTIAN
    • The Chymical Marriage and Fraternitatis by Christian Rosenkreutz,
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    • These lectures reveal the Christocentric nature of Steiner's
    • teachings and show the Incarnation of Christ as the pivot of
    • These lectures reveal the Christocentric nature of Steiner's
    • teachings and show the Incarnation of Christ as the pivot of cosmic
    • Okkulte Wissenschaft und Okkulte Entwickelung. Christus zur
    • Zeit des Mysteriums von Golgotha und Christus im zwanzigsten
    • Lecture II: Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the Twentieth Century
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    • & CHRIST IN THE
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    • Christ at the Time of the Mystery of Golgotha and Christ in the
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    • and show the Incarnation of Christ as the pivot of cosmic and human
    • CHRIST AT THE TIME OF THE MYSTERY OF GOLGOTHA AND
    • CHRIST IN THE TWENTIETH CENTURY
    • name of Christ. Even in the New Testament you will find — and in my
    • books I have often referred to it — that in Jehovah the Christ
    • it is desired to make a comparison between Jehovah and Christ it is well
    • by the moon. In the same sense Christ and Jehovah are one and the
    • same. Christ is like the sunlight, Jehovah is like the reflected
    • Christ-light in so far as it could reveal itself to the earth under
    • When contemplating a Being as sublime as Jehovah-Christ we must seek
    • prejudices of Christians’; another will have nothing to do with
    • Christian era, we find that throughout this whole period revelation
    • actually took place, we can say that Christ-Jehovah is the Being who has
    • the successive epochs Christ-Jehovah always reveals Himself through
    • to be the mediator between Christ-Jehovah and humanity, widely
    • bears the name of Christ passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and
    • Golgotha without considering the fact that the Christ passed through
    • the one exception of Christ. But in order that a super-sensible Being such
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    • friends! You have come together this Christmas, some of you from
    • come from afar — our heartiest Christmas greetings. What I
    • Christmas, yet inwardly, I believe, they are so related. In all that
    • and, in a very real way, symbolizes the Christmas thought, the birth
    • with the character of a Christmas study.
    • papistical Christianity of the West against the impending danger of a
    • writes a treatise on how Christians and Jews, pagans and Moslems
    • universal God; how in Christians, Jews, Moslems and heathens there
    • medieval Christian theology sought as an ascent to the divine, to the
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    • mystic of the first Christian centuries, mysticism was something that
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    • finally, going back to the second and third millennia before Christ,
    • Christian centuries, described the following fluids in man: black
    • Christian centuries; hence Galen could speak of the four components
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    • rebirth, especially the role of Christ after death as revealed to spiritual
    • Lecture VII: The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
    • Lecture VIII: The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
    • Lecture IX: The Destination of the Ego-Consciousness in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • The Relationship of Christ with Humanity
    • The Event of Death and Its Relationship with the Christ
    • in Conjunction with the Christ-problem
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    • self surrender to Christ. It was different, of course, before the
    • Christ. He overcomes his fears through the working of this into his
    • prevents it in the waking state. The leadership of Christ overcomes
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    • rebirth, especially the role of Christ after death as revealed to
    • THE RELATIONSHIP OF CHRIST WITH HUMANITY
    • one will also never know how the Christ spirit coming from spirit
    • lived as Christ only in those worlds, and who through this mystery and
    • The Christ came down to earthly existence from those worlds in which
    • Christ, man can find, since Golgotha, what he formerly found through a
    • life, had descended as the Christ upon the physical earth and taken
    • the early days of Christianity, spoke of the Christ-Being as one who
    • mankind of that time stressed particularly this aspect of the Christ
    • Christ a Being of the spiritual world before his descent to earth.
    • leads to an aspect of Christ's nature within the spiritual world.
    • Thus it was only possible for the Christian community to direct the
    • It is again possible to-day to have a direct knowledge of the Christ.
    • consciousness, and the Christ who lived in him, had become an object
    • consciousness. The sense of Christ was gradually lost; and so
    • only with the man Jesus, and which lacks a living sense of the Christ.
    • But a mere Jesus-Faith is really no longer Christianity.
    • In later times his union with the Christ was to give him in another
    • The Christ was so to permeate him, in the words of St. Paul, ‘Not
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    • THE EVENT OF DEATH AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CHRIST
    • Christ-problem. Therefore that study will again lead us back to a
    • consideration of the mysteries of Christianity.
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    • rebirth, especially the role of Christ after death as revealed to
    • CHRIST-PROBLEM
    • At the time of the Mystery of Golgotha and during the first Christian
    • Christ and has consummated the Mystery of Golgotha. If therefore
    • Christ-guide through this result. After the Fourth Century this old
    • renewed Christian Religious knowledge should introduce once more from
    • inspiration into cosmological science Christ's deed for humanity even
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    • The Initiation-science of Christianity finds something else. In the
    • contemplative and active sympathy with the earthly life of Christ and
    • activity of the Christ in human existence. It adds to a living
    • a religious knowledge which recognizes the Christ as the mediator of a
  • Title: Lecture: Rosicrucian Esotericism: Lecture I: Rosicrucian Esotericism
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    • known as Christian Rosenkreutz. It was he, Christian Rosenkreutz, who
    • be made for something else as well. He, Christian Rosenkreutz, spoke as
    • evolution, arguing about whether Buddha or Christ is the greater. But that
    • individuality who was Christian Rosenkreutz foresaw what demands of
    • differed from what it is today at the time when Christ was on the earth.
    • body, and speak for three years in a man, Christ Jesus. This was known
    • Christ, the living Christ, who revealed Himself as the same Being who
    • previously have been possible. Earlier than two thousand years ago Christ
    • lived on earth as a man in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. Hence Christ
    • indicated that it was not possible for the Christ Being always to reveal
    • Himself as He did, for example, in the case of Paul. The Christ Being had
    • realize that Christ has not always been the same and in His distinctive
    • part of Rosicrucian esotericism to show how a being such as Christ has
    • such as Jesus of Nazareth, in whose body Christ lived as soul for three
    • brain into which it subsequently passes, so, too, had Christ previously
    • souls had, however, worked at the earth in such a way that the Christ
    • Christ? The Christ Himself had done this! To begin with He had worked
    • Christ could reveal Himself supersensibly that He became the planetary
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    • the entry of the ego, the Christ principle, was first achieved.
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    • the event of Golgotha and the appearance of Christ Jesus on the earth.
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    • lived on the earth as Christ. To his pupils Zarathustra proclaimed,
    • Christ says, “How
    • Herewith Christ confirms that the Old Testament had proclaimed in advance,
    • only under different names, the same God whom He, Christ also proclaims.
    • earthly events: the Christ passed into the earth's aura as the Spirit
    • on Golgotha, at that moment the ego of Christ united with the earth. But
    • begin to change for souls after death. This was the meaning of Christ's
    • what could be seen there later on, when Christ Jesus had passed through
    • of Damascus that in the earth's aura he beheld the Christ spirit,
    • the living Christ, who could not previously have been seen there. He
    • body. Those who follow the course of Christianity know that the personality
    • that through that clairvoyant experience humanity was led to Christ.
    • Since then Christ has been the Spirit of the earth, the planetary Spirit.
    • The earth is the body of Christ; His habitation is within the earth.
    • in an adverse sense or as a pointer to Judas who betrayed Christ. Rather,
    • the reference is to the Christ-Jehovah Divinity and His relation to
    • compares the effect of the art of the Greeks and post-Christian art upon
    • contemplating works of art of the post-Christian era or, for example,
    • New Testaments that have to do with Christ-Jehovah or Raphael's
    • the Redeemer's wounds. When Christ was no longer living in the physical
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    • is based upon the life of feeling; it is the fundamentally Christian
    • today that process is no longer necessary. The Christian and the
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    • Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival
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    • When we see the Christmas trees in the streets today, we might think
    • that the custom of decorating a tree at Christmas is an ancient one.
    • Christmas trees, which are to be found in almost every home today,
    • nineteenth century. Trees first appeared as symbols of the Christmas
    • older than Christianity. Indeed, it was celebrated in all historical
    • In Christianity the Christmas festival has been taken as a symbol for
    • the birth of the Christian Redeemer only since the fourth century A.D.
    • In the first Christian centuries, December 25th was by no means
    • celebrated as the birthday of the Representative of Christianity. This
    • Christian festival.
    • Now the conclusion could be drawn from this that the Christian Church,
    • the Christmas festival, one must recognize the ancient wisdom hidden
    • in it. Festivals such as Christmas, Easter and Whitsuntide are nothing
    • Christmas festival has been celebrated since the beginning of history.
    • Greco-Roman period when Christianity appeared, and still further back
    • To really understand Christmas one must look back to that turning
    • The fourth post-Atlantean period, in which Christianity arose, began
    • We can understand the deeper meaning of the Christmas festival only if
    • everything withdraws into the earth. When Christmas arrives, a turning
    • reawakens. So the birth of the light at Christmas time has been
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    • everywhere for Christmas. Clear ideas about this festival are scarce,
    • made for Christmas that are published in our newspapers convince us of
    • understanding of Christmas than the material being published today.
    • connect it with a Christmas festival imbued with a
    • expressed in the Christmas festival.
    • The festival held at Christmas time is not only a Christian event. It
    • same time of year that Christianity recognizes the birth of Christ.
    • winter deepens as we move toward Christmas, nevertheless, a victory
    • will continue until the day we celebrate as Christmas, a day that was
    • fundamental concept of the Christmas festival as a cosmic festival, a
    • place in nature at Christmas time that was considered a monument, a
    • also expressed in the Christian view when it says there shall be glory
    • when mankind is to be rejuvenated by a newly deepened Christianity.
    • the ancients. Sun myths connected with Buddha and even with Christ
    • ancient religions, from Christianity, and from the anthroposophical
    • Christianity and of anthroposophy will have been fulfilled. Then it
    • but as living sensation, yields the anthroposophical Christmas mood.
    • If, during the time of Christmas, we feel and experience the orbit of
    • In all religions this Christmas festival has been a festival of
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    • The Christmas festival, which we are about to celebrate, gains new
    • Christmas festival is a sun festival, and as such we shall become
    • Christmas Mystery. These words have been heard by the pupils of the
    • Many people who today merely know the Christmas tree with its candles
    • believe that to have a tree symbolizing Christmas is a traditional
    • the contrary, the custom of decorating a tree at Christmas is most
    • decorating a Christmas tree is a recent phenomenon, but the
    • celebration of Christmas is old. The festival at Christmas time was
    • The celebration of Christmas is the festival of the Sacred Night,
    • being they gave birth to the Christ."
    • incarnations. The moment will arrive for everyone when the Christ will
    • reached its lowest point at Christmas time, because those who are
    • hear today of what took place in the lesser Mysteries on Christmas
    • experience this Mystery. In our language the Word would be Christos.
    • they had experienced the rising of the Sun, of the Christos, they were
    • coming Christ, of the Spiritual Light, whose festival day falls in the
    • When Christianity arose in the course of evolution, it bore this ideal
    • within it in the highest sense. Man felt that within Christianity the
    • Christos was to appear as the great Ideal of all men, that He had been
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    • arise. More details are to be found in my Christiania lectures as to
    • civilisation designate by the word “Christ,” is that which
    • Christ. He was the portal through which occult vision could be
    • with the Christ.
    • which the spirit of Buddha was never mistaken for the Christ-Spirit
    • Christ. In the solar system we cannot, in the ordinary sense, speak of
    • speak of the Christ, who passes through the spheres of the different
    • climax, we must distinguish this Christ-Spirit from the spirits of the
    • occultists has already been accomplished. Did the Christ-Impulse arise
    • in the West? Has any western nation brought forth the Christ-Impulse
    • from its own people, its own races? No; the Christ-Impulse, as an
    • Christ-Impulse, in relation to its external presentation, was foreign
    • direct Inspirer, when it exchanged that Inspirer for the Christ-Spirit
    • claimed for the Christ, but only that to which Theosophy also lays
    • be said that this representation of the Christ-Impulse arises from any
    • relation of the Buddha to Christ is recognized in occult spheres; just
    • called it Christ. In how far the one differs from the other can
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    • Zarathustra, Osiris by the ancient Egyptians, or as the Christ, as He
    • the esoteric comprehension of Jehovah. He is Christ reflected by the
    • moon-principle and because reflected in time, Christ announced
    • Moses spoke of Christ. Actually, he spoke of Jehovah, but it is
    • Christ, prophetically announced. This passage, in which Jehovah is
    • mentioned is referred to because the bearer of the Christ wishes to
    • point out that in antiquity Jehovah is but Christ foretold.
    • Christ just as in that of the physical we speak of the Sun; that in
    • not correct because she shows a certain antipathy towards Christ and
    • former times. “Christ is the true Lucifer,” “Christus
    • Christus verus Luciferus” — I think, in spite of the
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    • in the Beatitudes regarding Christ's teaching for the physical, etheric,
    • 1910. It is included in Das Ereignis der Christus-Erscheinung in der
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    • the temple that was erected as a kind of anteroom of Christianity.
    • race. This was to change only with the advent of Christianity. But
    • what was to occur on earth through Christ was foretold in the Old
    • spirit of this nation out of which Christianity was created. Thus, if
    • understood them in early Christian times spoke of the Laws of Moses in
    • future. In this way the Christ took the place, for those who truly
    • understood Christianity, of the impulses that served as a preparation
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    • the temple that was erected as a kind of anteroom of Christianity.
    • race. This was to change only with the advent of Christianity. But
    • what was to occur on earth through Christ was foretold in the Old
    • spirit of this nation out of which Christianity was created. Thus, if
    • understood them in early Christian times spoke of the Laws of Moses in
    • future. In this way the Christ took the place, for those who truly
    • understood Christianity, of the impulses that served as a preparation
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    • 1910. It is included in Das Ereignis der Christus-Erscheinung in der
    • 1910. It is included in Das Ereignis der Christus-Erscheinung in der
    • Christ event approached was, “Change the disposition of your souls,
    • as the Christ.
    • Jesus Christ, but the most significant sign was given in advance
    • the descended Christ. The times have been fulfilled.”
    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed, in the most penetrating thoughts, the
    • Christ saw the multitudes of people, He withdrew from them and
    • forces. But now — so said Christ Jesus to His disciples — a man can
    • and Christ impulse, and can unite himself as an ego with this impulse.
    • body, which was thus formed in a special way. Christ Jesus therefore
    • egos, through the in-dwelling Christ, to purify the astral body on
    • will become permeated with the Christ. In his heart he will thirst for
    • heart, as expression of the purified ego. Christ said, therefore,
    • him with its warmth. Only through the deed of Christ is it brought
    • down to earth as the power of love and harmony. Therefore, Christ
    • Christ Himself, in the sentence that reads, “Christ's intimate
    • able with his purified physical forces to receive the Christ impulse
    • directly into himself. So it came to pass that the God-man Christ
    • Christ will not incarnate again in a physical body as he did in Jesus;
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • THE THREE PATHS OF THE SOUL TO CHRIST
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • Christ question is such that, for two thousand years now, not only has
    • impossible had not the Christ impulse taken hold of a large part of
    • interest the Christ question must offer if we approach it with
    • souls with the name of Christ, and ever more do they come to the
    • (which will steadily increase with regard to Christ) are to be
    • enlightenment about Christ, we find on the other side, among numerous
    • relation to Christ, will be needed by those men who follow after our
    • enlightenment. Thus in speaking of Christ today we speak of something
    • the soul, in accordance with human evolution, can attain to Christ. If
    • the path through the so-called Christian documents, through the
    • which the human soul may seek the Christ is that which can be called
    • are three paths to Christ: First, the path through the Gospels;
    • relation to this Christ, because it is maintained today that external
    • woman at the well, or of Christ imparting the Sermon on the Mount to
    • human evolution in connection with the Christ-impulse, and then we
    • But when we speak of the inner way to Christ, we encounter more and
    • shall try to speak of the inner Christ-experience in such a way
    • inner experience of the Christ. Then the soul can
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    • Erfahrungen des Uebersinnlichen. Die wege der Seele zu Christus.
    • inner experience, has lived through the personal Christ-experience
    • today we start by considering the third path to Christ, the path of
    • experience, we have the two paths to Christ which are accessible to
    • Christianity, leading back to Jesus of Nazareth. The religions having
    • that an Occidental has grown up within Christianity. He will perhaps
    • have learned to know Christianity through having taken into himself
    • to what is called the path to Christ Jesus through inner experience;
    • perhaps in his inner experience he has already experienced the Christ.
    • knowledge of Christianity or out of the principle of initiation, he
    • period named Christ. But that is not the point: The point is to
    • recognize in Christ that which lived as an impulse for three years in
    • Christ-impulse is a once-appearing impulse for the earth and is not
    • thus once present as Christ and can never return in any man,
    • This is a Christian avowal.
    • must pay attention to and respect this Christian avowal just as the
    • Christian must respect his. The Buddhist who has risen to theosophy
    • and takes it seriously will say: “Just as you as a Christian
    • Buddhist acknowledge that what you call Christ cannot return in a
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    • the empowering and the presentation of Christianity became
    • Christianity revealed itself in two gestures. This is the proof
    • of how Christianity could be expressed through the soul at this
    • Savonarola's way — is how Christianity could be lived
    • life in Christianity could be experienced. If one still had
    • world. One could compare Christianity with events happening in
    • is a Christendom. Its actual form is in fact unknown to people.
    • a new form which would reveal the true Christian spirit.
    • flooding Christian life, the entire declaration of belief of
    • monk painted a Christianity which hardly exists in the physical
    • conscience of Christianity.
    • entrance into Christianity? He is a historical figure. This was
    • church where Savonarola instilled his Christianity, something
    • of Christianity. This test proves it, not even such a figure as
    • Savonarola could be produced again in Christianity. The
    • Christianity to be exhausted. Such an instrument can only be
    • to re-discover Christianity, but with the means of
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    • a new time and up to what point the development of Christianity
    • the empowering and the presentation of Christianity became
    • Christianity revealed itself in two gestures. This is the proof
    • of how Christianity could be expressed through the soul at this
    • Savonarola's way — is how Christianity could be lived
    • life in Christianity could be experienced. If one still had
    • world. One could compare Christianity with events happening in
    • is a Christendom. Its actual form is in fact unknown to people.
    • a new form which would reveal the true Christian spirit.
    • flooding Christian life, the entire declaration of belief of
    • monk painted a Christianity which hardly exists in the physical
    • conscience of Christianity.
    • entrance into Christianity? He is a historical figure. This was
    • church where Savonarola instilled his Christianity, something
    • of Christianity. This test proves it, not even such a figure as
    • Savonarola could be produced again in Christianity. The
    • Christianity to be exhausted. Such an instrument can only be
    • to re-discover Christianity, but with the means of
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    • spiritual Beings and the presence of Christ among us now and in
    • Christ among us now and in the future.
    • Die Christus-Offenbarung.”
    • Lecture IIThe Need for Understanding The Christ
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    • The Need for Understanding The Christ
    • spiritual Beings and the presence of Christ among us now and in
    • The Need for Understanding The Christ
    • menschlichen Seele. Die Christus-Offenbarung.’ is published by
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    • spiritual Beings and the presence of Christ among us now and in
    • The Need for Understanding The Christ
    • thinking occurred in the fourth Christian century. I mean that in the
    • fourth Post-Christian century there began the first trace becoming
    • their appearance for the first time in the fourth Christian century.
    • fourth Post-Christian century occurred the beginning of an
    • than that the Mystery of Golgotha, the appearance of Christ upon the
    • When Christ appeared upon the earth he was received by a certain
    • during the fourth Post-Christian century.
    • them of the Christ, their answer was that Jesus Christ had been at
    • very early times; there they went away from the Christ in order to
    • mysteries of the Christ — indeed, mention was constantly made of
    • the Christ in the ancient mysteries, although He was not called by the
    • name “Christ” — then thought had to be directed to the
    • to know something of the Christ, you must not hold fast to your
    • humanity before the Mystery of Golgotha was the Christ. Thus one may
    • also make the following statement: when in the pre-Christian time
    • in the pre-earthly existence and became aware of the Christ; that,
    • side, but the Christ was concealed from him: only through mystery
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    • gradual process. In the first centuries of Christendom we find that
    • have become of the earth without the Christ Event. — Suppose
    • there had been no Christ Event. The earth as it lives in man's
    • life of soul and spirit would gradually have withered. The Christ
    • gone, in order that the Christ Event could at least be experienced
    • would have been like if the Christ Event at the beginning of our era
    • The Christ Event came during the first third of the fourth
    • first third of which there fell the Christ Event, the old era came to
    • In this epoch, as regards the Christ Event, as regards the deeper,
    • understand the Christ Event. Try to get from contemporary theology an
    • intelligible conception of the Christ Event. Those who argue the
    • Christ away from Jesus pass as the greatest theologians today. Quite
    • What must be sought for is a new experience of Christ. We are
    • standing inevitably before a new experience of the Christ Event. In
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    • still less! For in the second or third century before Christ, to
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    • the fourth post-Christian century. A date indicating some important
    • previous incarnation had taken place during the first three Christian
    • [or] ninth post-Christian centuries, at least those who were teachers
    • before the fourth post-Christian century, there lived the feeling:
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    • earth-catastrophe, to the seventh or eighth millennium before Christ,
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    • understand in a new and living way the words of Christ: “My
    • into a living content of this world. The Christ Himself came down to
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture I: The Power and Mission of Michael
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    • the balance, and the state of equilibrium which represents the Christ
    • was then established that the Christian does not have to believe in
    • the protection of any power, be it ever so Christian in appearance.
    • You must realize that the Christ impulse can only be comprehended if
    • people in regard to the true Christ impulse? One must divert their
    • other Christ does not mean that it is the Christ. If one wishes to
    • prevent another human being from acquiring a true concept of Christ,
    • wishes to point to the Christ impulse in its true meaning, it is
    • Christ at all but originate from the delusion that everything that is
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    • of spirit, a true concept of Christ, as long as he imagines that the
    • Divine and a pure concept of the Christ impulse in human and world
    • Thus we must say: The human beings of the pre-Christian age directed
    • regard to man's knowledge in pre-Christian times.
    • Death on Golgotha the Being Whom we call the Christ has united Himself
    • existence. Through the fact that the Christ Being has lived in a human
    • Christ Being passed through the death of Jesus of Nazareth and united
    • united itself with the earth through the Christ impulse and which must
    • the spiritual. Only the Christ impulse can help us with this, the
    • Christ impulse in the interpretation of the Michael impulse. Then to
    • interpreted according to the words of the Christ Jesus — I have
    • you seek the way to Me. Through the continuous Christ revelation you
  • Title: Lecture: Mission of Michael: Lecture III. Michaelic Thinking.
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    • Christ impulse. But the Christ impulse is something
    • gain any relation to the Christ impulse other than a personal one.
    • the Christ. This is an entirely personal matter. But through the fact
    • that the Christ has passed through the Mystery of Golgotha and has
    • from one another, make the Christ impulse their personal affair: the
    • Christ impulse, through its very nature, will become the same for
    • through the Christ impulse itself the relationship of every human
    • being to the Christ forms itself in such a way — if it forms
    • Christ impulse. The Christ impulse may be the same for all mankind and
    • Now, what was the situation into which the Christ impulse entered? We
    • lead man to his goal. Through the Christ principle Lucifer must be
    • We say that through the Mystery of Golgotha the Christ impulse has
    • the faculty of perceiving the Christ impulse in our midst, everywhere,
    • If we look back into pre-Christian times we shall find that God's
    • of God Who came down to the earth, the Christ, was at the same time
    • Christ-Impulse in the true sense of the word. But we must go to meet
    • is impossible to prove historically the existence of the Christ Jesus
    • ourselves recognize as super-sensible, the Christ impulse.
    • continuation in the Christ Path.
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    • such great importance precisely for the Christian evolution of the
    • Christian theologians who acquired this Greek thinking in order to
    • of our human nature? The Christ impulse, that which passed over
    • lies between the two. That man permeates himself with the Christ
    • by permeating ourselves more and more with the Christ impulse which
    • From this you will see that we may say: In the pre-Christian four and
    • the Divine but may have no possibility to sense the Christ. In this
    • agree with Christian precepts, they believe in the freedom of the
    • speak of Christ, of freedom, and so forth. In reality, my dear
    • many Christians are Turks. They call themselves “Christians”
    • the Christ.
    • Wesen des Christentums.
    • (Essence of Christianity.) Please, make the
    • following test: scratch out in this book the name of Christ wherever
    • states should refer to the Christ. What he states refers to the
    • no need at all that he should refer to the Christ with what he states.
    • for connecting them with the Christ. We must acquire the possibility
    • of conceiving of the Christ in such a way that we do not identify Him
    • the concept of the Christ. To be unable to find the Christ in life is
    • Christ. It is a matter of clear differentiation, in the sphere of the
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    • simplest, most primitive, of the ninth and tenth post-Christian
    • post-Christian century up to the sixteenth post-Christian century. We
    • see how Christianity bears the character of which I spoke yesterday
    • that henceforth the orthodox Christian was to think of man as
    • for human beings prior to the fourth post-Christian century to speak
    • that has not become Christ-permeated. This they can reach: this they
    • thorough grasp of the necessity of the Christ impulse. One must
    • recognize where the Christ impulse is lacking. Yesterday we showed
    • that in the middle stratum of consciousness the Christ impulse takes
    • himself with the Christ, then these Ahrimanic powers cannot penetrate
    • the human soul of the Christ impulse in its present form.
    • real triad Christ-Lucifer-Ahriman, or do not wish to know anything
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    • eighth millennium before the Christian era, we shall find a soul mood
    • fourth age begins in the eighth pre-Christian century. At that time
    • the Christ Event, breaks in upon the evolution of the earth, yet
    • Christ relationship to outer nature. This Christ relationship to outer
    • pre-Christian millennium to think of the air as ensouled —
    • made possible through the fact that the Christ has united Himself with
    • more ancient than Christianity for the Holy Mass is a ritual of the
    • ancient Mystery culture, transformed in the Christian sense. And
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    • were, the great procedure of the Christ Jesus Himself, to take his
    • interesting publications concerning the Christ Jesus. Very interesting
    • one: The picture which the Gospels sketch of the Christ Jesus is a
    • pathological one. We can only conceive of the Christ Jesus as a person
    • Christ Jesus. It cannot be done. One is dishonest if one does not
    • or take the standpoint that the Christ Jesus was a mental case. —
    • epileptic in the Christ Jesus, and even the acknowledgment of the
    • Christ Jesus. Anyone who is at all capable of raising these things
    • present time, would paint “Christ, seen from the point of view of
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    • attention upon the realm where Christ may be found, in
    • everything Christian or Hebrew, and a preference for all other
    • Christ in an entirely false way. That was quite natural. It
    • objective world.” That is the temptation that even Christ
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    • called a sort of spiritual return of Christ, and that there
    • Christ from the astral plane into our world in an etheric form.
    • Christ. Perhaps such people might not have accurate
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    • that that Being Whom we call Christ Jesus could incarnate in the
    • e.g., for the greater significance of, let us say, the Christ,
    • inclines to the Christ through one's Occidental education or one's
    • the Christ related to the Orient?” when from a personal
    • standpoint the Christian is as indifferent to one as the Oriental. As
    • “I,” the Christ Jesus, is characterised by the saying: When
    • has attained the Christ nature in himself. That is the meaning of a
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    • — of Christ Jesus. The attitude to the Gospels in the first
    • Christian centuries, and for a long time through the middle ages, was
    • those people, who endeavoured to grasp the gigantic Christ Event in
    • reverence, unthinkable today, for the great Christ Event through the
    • That which we call the Christ Event is a mighty happening in the
    • Christianity as a main stream.
    • Christianity.
    • teachings have flowed into Christianity. You are not shown what
    • within Christianity, as well as Buddhism, and the old Hebrew stream.
    • Christianity.
    • able to stream into Christianity in a new form, but other spiritual
    • to Christianity. A suitable physical body had to be created out of it
    • as we have seen the mission of Zarathustra within Christianity, so we
    • blood, and what flows through the blood, to Christ Jesus. That is the
    • into Christianity.
    • stream flowed into Christianity, in order to flow on farther into it.
    • contribution in order to stream further into Christianity at a
    • spirit of the origin of Christianity, to show how our knowledge of the
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    • Nazareth is replaced by the Christ.
    • Christ-Principle should incarnate for three years.
    • into the highest summits of the anthroposophical, Christian method of
    • method of expression among men at the time when Christ Jesus walked on
    • this Ego, the Christ-Impulse had to be the most intense impulse. If,
    • now, the Christ is taken up into the Ego so that the phrase of Paul is
    • true, “Not I, but the Christ in me,” then the Ego has the
    • astral body. And the more one approached the Christ Event, that stage
    • world. That was the age when the Christ drew near.
    • case with the Christ-Impulse. But a transition had to exist. Things
    • was kindled through the Christ-Impulse. Things could not take this
    • earth-man the Christ lived in order to inspire the Ego — so for
    • really should become through the reception of the Christ-Impulse
    • Christ, which is an ancient symbol. For just as in John through quite
    • Mark. Yet such things can only be indicated in image form. Christ
    • time of Christ should have well understood when one pointed to John
    • expression was applied to Christ Jesus Himself. How must one have
    • spoken of Christ Jesus if one understood such things? No man at that
    • the earth, this wandering body in flesh, the Christ Jesus; but
    • expression was so used, that Christ Jesus was in his home in the
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    • Augustine, who lived from the year 354 to 430 of our Christian
    • correctly), by uniting certain old pre-Christian basic concepts
    • moment of the pre-Christian era. You must bear in mind that the
    • in their beginning. In that pre-Christian age one could still
    • yet ripe to receive them. In that pre-Christian epoch there was
    • man with his entire being is inserted. In that pre-Christian
    • of main as the conclusion of the pre-Christian
    • the vision of the Corpse of Christ on the Cross is not
    • away from the corpse; and then comes the Christ-symbol, the
    • the Earth. In those pre-Christian ages one did not turn in the
    • those pre-Christian conceptions depended on the fact that the
    • honoured in those pre-Christian Mysteries, the Sun-life was
    • else, not so important in that pre-Christian age, but very
    • specially important in our post-Christian age: and that is,
    • was not so important in the pre-Christian ages, because it was
    • remained as an inheritance of the Moon. For our post-Christian
    • Christ, Who passed through the Body of Jesus of Nazareth,
    • Christian Initiates on the contrary said to their disciples:
    • Golgotha, and, whereas in pre-Christian ages the most important
    • substantiate Christianity, so an the other hand in Saint-Simon
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    • the humanity of post-Christian times, after the Mystery of
    • of the pre-Christian era to suppose that his soul was produced
    • pre-Christian times man really had a living consciousness of
    • took place in the development of man in pre-Christian times; he
    • consciousness. The reality, the effective working of Christ
    • to him that he is deceived; and through the “Christus in
    • mir,” “Christ in me,” man should be brought
    • “Nicht ich, aber das Christus in mich,” “Not
    • I, Christ in me.”
    • Third Hierarchy. Thus in the first Christian Centuries it was
    • place of the individual Gods, — the Christians called
    • concept of Truth simply did not exist in the First Christian
    • Nationalism, as was possible in the pre-Christian age; because
    • in the pre-Christian age it was not only a human view —
    • the pre-Christian Age, and modern humanity must rise above them
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    • The Manu of the fifth root-race. In the English version of An Outline of Occult Science, this Being is called ‘the leader of the Christ-initiates’ or ‘the leader of the Christ-oracle’. (p. 177 in the 1949 edition).
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    • again. The Virgin Mary too, in the Christian religion, is the striving
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    • Christianity first took root, in Asia Minor, Greece and Rome. But it
    • Christianity and was to carry it over into the sixth. Christianity
    • Christian era. But before this, for some centuries before Christianity
    • Foundation of Christianity. Sieg renounced his body and placed it at
    • foundation of Christianity. Sieg had to lead this northern culture to
    • replaced by the rising Christianity. What I am now saying is a
    • Christianised fifth sub-race. He in whom all that lives is the
    • that are always shown by the initiates of pre-Christian times; they
    • invulnerable by something that has preceded Christianity, has preceded
    • made the heroes invulnerable in the times preceding Christianity. But
    • Christianity. Nibelung treasure represents earthly property. It is
    • is the immediate predecessor of Christianity. Hagen belongs to an
    • Christianity. To this spot the Christian initiate will have to come
    • Christianity, because the place where the Cross has to rest is still
    • spot which Christianity will later render invulnerable. There
    • What are these northern races, the forerunners of Christianity,
    • from the East. Christianity knew that this influence could do it no
    • Christianity. It is Christianity that is to supplant the northern
    • Christianity. Those who have paved the way for it go to meet their
    • gone over to Christianity. They are Christian heroes. Christianity
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  • Title: Lecture: Greek and Germanic Mythology: Lecture IV - The Trojan War
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    • picture of the fish, which tradition tells us signifies the Christian
    • or the Christ. If someone were to reflect on these symbols, he could,
    • The Christos is the
    • esoteric Christianity conceived of the fish form, because it
    • Christ. To be sure, the fish is outwardly an incomplete being but it
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    • Buddha and Christ. Explanation of Pain and Death — Healing. The
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    • death. St. Paul. Lucifer cannot enter the Ego. The Advent of Christ.
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    • death. St. Paul. Lucifer cannot enter the Ego. The Advent of Christ.
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    • Persia, Chaldea, Egypt, and in the Christian Mysteries, all the
    • with the appearance of the Christ upon earth. It then became so deep,
    • Christianity, the primeval world wisdom has penetrated but slowly and
    • are there, they are to be found in the Gospels and in other Christian
    • Christianity had been created? Through the Gospels it was least of
    • Christian revelation have been preserved, treasures no other than
    • Europe since the Christian rejuvenation. For the stanzas of Dzyan do
    • humanity through the Christ Impulse. When one speaks of Western
    • the fountain-head of the Christ Impulse. All the great treasures of
    • with the new capabilities which have been kindled in us by the Christ
    • the times after Christ, really understood the Christ Impulse; for all
    • their full importance; something has been created by the Christ
    • Christ would answer that through birth we enter into a life shared
    • with the Christ, and through the Christ's share in it the pain
    • through the healing power of the Christ Impulse, and there is no more
    • pain in illness for one who understands Christ, and death also has no
    • more pain for him who understands Christ. Yet someone might reply to
    • Christianity, the old truths of Buddhism would not be true any more.’
    • of this, the Christ Impulse is such a powerful and important saving
    • beyond and above it through that great Impulse. Why could the Christ
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    • on, who learns to know the significance of Christmas and to know also
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    • immediately above man, are called Angels in Christian esotericism,
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    • Himself, who, as is beautifully expressed in Christian Western
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    • The conclusion to be drawn is approximately the same. We know Christ
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    • completely to themselves. In the Christ there appeared a Being of a
    • manner in which Christianity was propagated, you will find a living
    • proof that the Christ during His life did nothing of what was done
    • later for the propagation of Christianity. Look at the founders of
    • Christ! Does He, fundamentally speaking, work through His teaching?
    • not understand the Christ. The Christ did not in the first place act
    • greatest deed of the Christ was that which ended with death, was His
    • Death. This is the essential point, that the Christ acted
    • the Christ and the other great founders of religions. This difference
    • the teachings of Christianity, all that is preached as Christianity,
    • denied. You can say: ‘All the essential part of Christian
    • teaching is included in other teachings.’ But has Christianity
    • Christianity, did he rely on its teaching? Look at the Apostle Paul!
    • Gospels? He persecuted the followers of Christ Jesus. He persecuted
    • that Christ lived. It was the effect of that death, the result of
    • teachings are the same as in Christianity, but the essential thing in
    • Christianity is not the teaching, but what happened, the deed. And
    • sufficient that the Christ should be present in the man's
    • voluntarily, to receive the Christ. This it is with which we are
    • when it unites with the Christ, receives into itself a reality, a
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  • Title: The East in the Light of the West
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    • the Children of Lucifer and the Brothers of Christ, in German,
    • die Bruder Christi in the Complete Edition of Rudolf Steiner's
    • Lecture VThe Children of Lucifer and the Brothers of Christ
    • Lecture VILucifer and Christ
    • Lecture IXThe Bodhisattvas and the Christ
  • Title: The East in the Light of the West: Cover Sheet
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    • die Bruder Christi in the Complete Edition of Rudolf Steiner's
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    • 27 Aug 1909, The Children of Lucifer and the Brothers of Christ
    • 28 Aug 1909, Lucifer and Christ
    • 31 Aug 1909, The Bodhisattvas and the Christ
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    • comprehension of the Christ principle. If we have come to know the
    • reality of the Christ principle, we understand that this Christ
    • however, we understand the Christ principle in this way, and know it
    • transitory existence we grasp the Christ principle, there will mature
    • faltering, though we believe that the Christ-force is working in the
    • the Christ principle, the Christ.
    • which Christ Jesus took the holy Supper with His disciples; the same
    • vessel received the Christ's blood when it flowed on the Cross, and
    • those who wish to come to a true understanding of the Christ
    • means of the Christ principle, it had to ripen by the aid of the
    • Then we understand the cross of the Christ in the star of Lucifer. It
    • revere as the wisdom of pre-Christian times. To this we must indeed
    • pre-Christian wisdom, of the light of the East, must be lost to us.
    • the whole of the deep, inner meaning of the Christ; but side by side
    • with Phosphoros we see Christophoros, the Christ-bearer, and we try
    • luminous spiritual life, and the Christ will guide us to the inner
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    • knowledge of the Christ impulse and all that the course of the
    • centuries has gradually evolved from this Christ impulse in the form
    • of the Christ upon the wisdom of pre-Christian times.
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    • the Christ, a being previously united to the Sun, descended from the
    • to the earth. The Christ being entered into the body of Jesus of
    • fallen a prey to death if the Christ event had not come to pass.
    • yet it was the Christ's descent from the sun which gave this inner
    • a spiritual seer looks back to the time preceding the Christ event, a
    • seer: the Christ died on the cross, and thereupon the earth, which
    • the Christ principle into the earth had something in common with the
    • that they all lead up to the Christ event. Just as men of today look
    • back to the Christ as a being Who at a certain point of time entered
    • into human evolution, so pre-Christian initiates all pointed to the
    • coming of the Christ as fore-shown by events. Nothing could have been
    • a surer herald of the Christ than the mighty phenomenon, visible
    • life by the Christ principle. And inasmuch as those ancient sages
    • pointed to the most important prophecy of the Christ event, they were
    • saying: the Christ will come because that which points to Him is in
    • is to take place in the future. Indications of the Christ event were
    • cross of the world's body, waiting to receive the life of the Christ
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    • importance of the Christ impulse in human evolution has already been
    • thousands of years before the coming of the Christ, full wisdom could
    • anything could be withheld from pre-Christian men? They seem to
    • the old; for if it were otherwise, men living in post-Christian days
    • pre-Christian times. Now it is understandable that such things should
    • Because the men who incarnate during the post-Christian epoch are
    • could not possibly learn before the appearance of Christ on earth
    • found in the soul world at a time when the Christ was not yet
    • perceptible to Earth evolution, although the Christ light shone upon
    • first the Christ light did not ray back from him. Since the point of
    • evolution of the earth, but has reflected the light of Christ, just
    • cannot actually recognise Christ, was proclaimed by Moses to his
    • people. Moses gave the name of Jahve or Jehovah to this Christ light
    • aspect of this matter. The Christ is heralded, and Jahve or Jehovah
    • is the name of the Christ light rayed back by an ancient deity. It is
    • a prophetic heralding of Christ. Indra himself passed to a higher
    • stage of evolution through this contact with the Christ light. He did
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    • Lucifer’ and the ‘Brothers of Christ’ can only be
    • future of the Christian impulse depends upon the development of
    • that Dr. Steiner has ever identified Christ with Zarathustra. This he
    • has never done, any more than he has declared Christ to be the same
    • Lucifer had entered into humanity in the southern peoples, and Christ
    • Christ who was drawn from outside as an objective Being into the
    • tells us that the sacrificial blood of the Christ flowing from the
    • the incarnation of Christ had been made in a very definite way by
    • within the union of the two streams, the mighty Christ Being, guiding
    • the Christ with Lucifer. A careful study of Dr. Steiner's lectures
    • will show there is no reason for the inference.] Christ
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    • actually to incarnate within it. The incarnation of the Christ, the
    • perfect form, in its Christ form. Zarathustra was reborn as Jesus,
    • may now ask: What is the relation of Apollo to the Christ? When a
    • later was revealed as the Christ, but he could only conceive of it in
    • garment of the Christ, resembling in its form the being within it.
    • as Apollo before the Christ could become visible and intelligible to
    • the intuition of men. Apollo is an intimation of the Christ, but not
    • the Christ Himself.
    • what is the most essentially characteristic quality of the Christ so
    • higher power than Apollo possessed, namely, the Christ power. And in
    • the Christ all the qualities of the other beings out in the universe
    • ability was possessed by the Christ alone. Thus one being, and one
    • living as man among other men. This is the great and mighty Christ
    • and beyond the physical world, the Christ is to be found within the
    • found in the external universe: the Christ is He who was born within
    • the Christ event it — had been necessary to descend to the
    • inner god was sought; the Christ is a God Who may be found without as
    • unity, became a living life through the Christ event. Formerly men
    • divinity to be found on the inward path were one. After the Christ
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    • shown that the mystical Christ-experience — such an experience as a
    • experiences with what we have called the Christ substance — was
    • historical descent into incarnation of the Christ was a necessary in
    • preparation for the presence of the mystical Christ in the soul. It
    • is not correct to say that in pre-Christian times the mystical Christ
    • experiences are only possible in the Christian epoch; such
    • beings and the Christ can only be comprehensible if we assume that a
    • last thousand years before the appearance of Christ and during the
    • beings, and that the Christ-Being Who was formerly a cosmic being
    • very time when Christ appeared, could perceive nothing of them unless
    • had to come to pass before those who surrounded the Christ could say
    • cognition.’ Understanding of Christ therefore had gradually to
    • been his without the coming of Christ; he would then have experienced
    • Christ event. All association with the Christ principle and the
    • experiences we may have in connection with the appearance of Christ,
    • Therefore the Christ event had to take place; to permeate the human
    • physical experiences of the Christ, will take up these forces, in
    • experiences of Christ through the reversal of the principles has its
    • this alone would not suffice. By passing through the Christ
    • the Christ, and by letting Him grow more and more into our soul
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    • are either to be taken as belonging to the Kingdom of Christ or to
    • those cosmic beings which in pre-Christian times had the Christ as
    • Christ on the earth, this has altered in such a way that there has
    • to an age wherein Christ must be sought within and Lucifer without.
    • Christ Event. Our culture epoch will be followed by another and this
    • civilisation with the Christ Event. The other epochs of civilisation
    • intervening Christ impulse. This is not a simple repetition of the
    • is steeped in what the Christ brought to the earth. It is in one
    • and saw behind the physical sunlight the Christ spirit whom he called
    • Ahura Mazdao, and drew men's attention to Him. This Christ
    • Being has now descended to earth; Christ must penetrate so deeply
    • Christ to regain a way of feeling, of looking at things, which
    • inward soul-life pervaded and filled with the Christ in the Gospel of
    • highly than anything else but it is also natural that a Christian
    • heralding the Christ who unites the two paths. Jahve or Jehovah is a
    • Jehovah reflects the light of Christ. Here we can clearly see the two
    • tribes in Israel, also twelve apostles at the moment when Christ, Who
    • being to the brothers of Christ, a transition of which we shall speak
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    • advent of the Christ-impulse, it is a fact that when a man looked
    • the Christ comes under a different category altogether. The Christ
    • did not descend to earth by the path of time. The Christ came to the
    • time sequence. The approach through space, this advent of the Christ
    • not a temporary value. With this is connected the fact that Christ's
    • individual relation to each other. But the Christ as the Spirit of
    • What Christ brings is the co-existence of men in space, a condition
    • them in time. Through Christ there came the love of soul to soul, so
    • seven Sages. But Christ is surrounded by twelve Apostles in whom we
    • life on earth through the Christ principle. To love what is around us
    • with brother love, that is to follow Christ. If, therefore, we speak
    • in the olden times of the children of Lucifer, the Christ principle
    • is the impulse, which causes us to say: ‘Christ is the
    • to Christ, the feeling oneself drawn not as to a father, but as to a
    • assume in consequence of the descent of the Christ principle upon the
    • and twelve. The more, therefore, that the Christ influence shines
    • Christ principle. We might speak at great length about the relation
    • everything else indicates how profoundly momentous the Christ event
    • Christ
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    • access to Christianity that could satisfy their thinking and their
    • it was no longer possible to pass up the ramparts of Christianity
    • for the souls longing for Christian truth: the Indian lad,
    • Germany. This arrangement lasted until Christmas, 1923, when he
    • By Christmas, 1930, the fourth seven-year cycle had run
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    • preceding the birth of Christianity — achieved in such a way
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  • Title: Wisdom of the Spirit: IV. Laws of Nature, Evolution of Consciousness and Repeated Earth Lives.
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  • Title: The Festivals and Their Meaning: I Christmas
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    • realities behind the Christmas festival. Throughout his life Steiner
    • about Christmas.
    • realities behind the Christmas festival. Throughout his life Steiner
    • about Christmas.
    • years 1904 and 1923 on the meaning and significance of the Christmas
    •  Christmas Meditation
    • I.The Christmas Festival:  a Token of the Victory of the Sun.
    • II.Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival  (also in Signs and Symbols Lecture Series)
    • IV.Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny
    • VII.The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ
    • VIII.The Birth of Christ Within Us
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    • years 1904 and 1923 on the meaning and significance of the Christmas
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    • I The Christmas Festival:
    • II Signs and Symbols of the Christmas Festival ............. 26
    • IV Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny ................. 53
    • VII The Revelation of the Cosmic Christ ..................... 92
    • VIII The Birth of Christ Within Us .......................... 107
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    • at this season and see all the preparations made for the Christmas
    • imperishable in the world! A glance at the ‘Christmas Reflections’ as
    • that the Christmas Festival can bring home to our hearts if we regard
    • set out to express in the Christmas Festival.
    • Christmas is not a Festival of Christendom only. In ancient Egypt, in
    • of years before the Christian era we find that a Festival was
    • of Christ.
    • draws to its close and spring begins. It is quite true that Christmas
    • Festival of Christmas. There is confidence that the Sun, again in the
    • when we celebrate the Christmas Festival and when our forefathers also
    • This brings us to the true meaning of Christmas as a Festival of the
    • Christmas Festival was a kind of memorial, a token of remembrance of a
    • perpetuated in the Christmas Festival.
    • in all its glory to the sages of old. And again, in the Christian
    • depths of Christianity rejuvenate mankind — when this poetic wisdom
    • found in connection with Buddha and with the Christ.
    • ideal of Christianity, the ideal of Anthroposophy will be realised. It
    • Christmas signifies in the light of anthroposophical teaching. If the
    • which arise at Christmastide. When with this great vista of the divine
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    • [ The lecture was given by the side of a Christmas Tree adorned
    • THE Festival of Christmas which we shall soon be celebrating acquires
    • brought to bear upon it. In a spiritual sense the Christmas Festival
    • Christmas Mystery is mirrored. In all ages these words resounded in
    • Many to whom the Christmas Tree with its candles is a familiar sight
    • not the case. The Christmas Tree is a very recent European custom,
    • however, the Christmas Tree is a recent custom, the Christmas Festival
    • The Christmas Festival is the Festival of the Holy Night, celebrated
    • have brought the Christ to birth within them.
    • Christ will be resurrected within them and new vision, new hearing
    • external sun gives out least light and warmth — at Christmas time —
    • would be Christos. Those who gazed at it knew: It is the sun which
    • experienced the rising of the spiritual Sun, of the Christos, they
    • coming Christ, of the spiritual Light, he whose festival day in the
    • When Christianity came into being it bore this Ideal within it. Man
    • felt that the Christos would arise in him as the representative of the
    • Before men spoke of the Christos, they spoke in the ancient Mysteries
    • of a ‘Sun Hero’ who embodied the same Ideal which, in Christianity,
    • was embodied in the Christos. Just as the sun completes its orbit in
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    • WHEN the candles are lit on the Christmas Tree, the human soul feels
    • that this must always have been the symbol of the Christmas Festival,
    • spiritual Light. The lights on the Christmas Tree stand there before
    • Christmas Night must have been shining ever since our earthly
    • the Christmas Tree became a symbol of the thoughts and feelings which
    • arise in man at the Christmas season. The Christmas Tree is a recent
    • remote past. It is as if from the Christmas Tree itself there
    • good-will. And thus, according to the Christmas Legend, did the
    • the Child whose festival we celebrate on Christmas Day. To the
    • that the symbol presented to the world in the Christmas Festival ever
    • had a beginning. They felt in it the hallmark of eternity. Christian
    • takes place symbolically on Christmas Night, in the words: ‘To us
    • Christ is born anew!’ It is as though every year the soul is called
    • of the symbol itself. Yet as late as 353 A.D., 353 years after Christ
    • Epiphany was celebrated as a kind of Birth-Festival of the Christ
    • the Christ Spirit into the body of Jesus of Nazareth at the Baptism by
    • 6th of January as the Festival of Christ's birth. For during the first
    • centuries of Christendom an inkling still survived of the mystery that
    • the descent of the Christ Being into the body of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • Christianity during those early centuries? They said to themselves:
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  • Title: Lecture: Christmas at a Time of Grievous Destiny
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    • things that are connected with the physical birth of Christ Jesus.
    • We have often pictured how in Christ Jesus, so far as human
    • comprehension goes, two Beings merge as it were into one: the Christ
    • Being and the human Jesus Being. In the evolution of Christianity
    • meaning of the union of Christ with Jesus, in the Being whose physical
    • birth is celebrated at the Christmas Festival. We ourselves, of
    • course, recognise in the Christ a cosmic, super-earthly Being, a Being
    • preparation, to unite the Christ Being with himself, to receive the
    • Christ Being into himself.
    • nature of the union of Christ with Jesus, but the relationship of
    • Christ to Jesus contains a hint of significant secrets of the earthly
    • the union of Christ with Jesus, we follow events up to the present day
    • At the time when Christ was about to enter the evolution of humanity,
    • sublimity of the Christ Being. And at that time there existed a wisdom
    • running counter to the deeper Christian revelation: this was the
    • by the dogmatic Christianity of the West — after this Gnosis had
    • striven to find an answer to the question: Who is the Christ?
    • Who is the Christ?
    • other. How the Christ had descended through the worlds of the
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  • Title: Lecture: The Proclamations to the Magi and the Shepherds
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    • The Two Christmas Annunciations
    • There are three such main Festivals in Christendom: at Christmas,
    • The Christmas Festival is connected more directly with man's life of
    • the Easter Festival can never be as widespread as that of Christmas.
    • the will and the super-sensible world to which the Christ Being
    • And so the great Christian Mystery is illustrated in a threefold way
    • by these Festivals. There are many aspects of the Christmas Mystery
    • The Gospels tell of two proclamations of the birth of Christ Jesus.
    • living near the birthplace of Christ Jesus. And the Gospels tell of
    • East who follow the voice of a star announcing to them that Christ
    • birth of Christ Jesus. On the other hand, the knowledge possessed by
    • book Christianity as Mystical Fact I have indicated the special nature
    • they recognised the signs of the coming of Christ.
    • Whence came the Christ Being? He came from the world in which we
    • through this knowledge that the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christmas
    • Christ became the ‘wise man of Nazareth’ — in the naturalistic sense.
    • claim to be official ministers of Christianity to-day.
    • It is only by striving for a new understanding of Christ that we can
    • truly celebrate the Christmas Festival to-day. Can it be said that
    • It has become a beautiful custom to take the Christmas Tree as the
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    • You will remember that I have spoken of the meaning of the Christmas
    • importance is attached than to the Christmas Festival itself, namely,
    • is the same Festival, but in its Christian form. This Festival was
    • egoism is Christ Who appeared in the body of Jesus of Nazareth.
    • the coming of Christ, the Bringer of the Love that is free of egoism
    • descending Christ, the descending Logos. All this the Magi foresaw.
    • Christ Principle from childhood onwards. Only then, in the Sixth Root
    • receive the Christ Principle. In the fourth sub-race of the Fifth Root
    • of a sublime Being, as did Jesus of Nazareth when Christianity was
    • founded. At the time of the founding of Christianity it was still
    • mystical fact then consummated. At the moment of Christ's death, the
    • the principle of Love (Budhi) could shine forth in Christ Jesus. Budhi
    • the Christ Love. Kama is purified in the fire of the Divine Love.
    • in the Fourth Root Race, the Atlantean. The task of Christianity is
    • radiant guide. In Christ, the Star of Budhi lights up — the Star
    • before the Magi is the soul of Christ Himself. The Second Logos
    • a hollow. In the body of Jesus shines the Christ Star, the soul of
    • Christ. This must be conceived as a reality, taking place in the
    • very truth, the Christ Soul shines as an auric Star, and it is by this
    • Masters, are. And then understanding of Christianity will lead to
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    • of remembrance in the whole of Christendom. And when we think of it as
    • Christianity until the fourth century A.D. It was in the fourth
    • Christian world as a great and memorable contribution to the times. It
    • was out of the very deepest instincts of Christian evolution that such
    • Christian thought and Christian feeling were gradually beginning to
    • spread. But by its very nature Christianity was not intended to be a
    • against its original purpose, Christianity was, as a matter of course,
    • And so into the thought of the Christmas Festival man laid all that
    • solstice was closely connected with the Christian impulse and it was
    • Christianity should share in its most precious experience, namely, an
    • most cherished experience of Christianity lay in the remembrance of
    • In the course of the first four centuries of Christendom this longing
    • centre around which Christendom coheres. The feeling that lived in the
    • And so, when it established the Christmas Festival in the fourth
    • century, Christianity brought its contribution towards the union of
    • up with the Christmas Festival. And if we think of the way in which
    • this Christmas Festival was celebrated through the centuries, we find
    • evidence everywhere that at the time of the approach of Christmas, the
    • souls of men within Christianity were filled with loving devotion for
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    • Angelus Silesius. The one is the declaration that the true Christmas
    • of Christmas must quicken the impulse whereby in the Holy Night of
    • Within us we find some thing with which Christ is united if with
    • Christ Jesus.
    • earthly evolution proceeds, consciousness of Christ deepens, that
    • and greater understanding of the real nature of Christ. And we have
    • enables us to celebrate the Holy Night of Christmas, the Festival of
    • Christ Jesus in the course of human history. The historian was asked
    • Christ-forces that stream through happenings in the world belong to a
    • of these deeds of Christ is not possible in the writing of history.
    • times cannot claim to celebrate the Christmas Festival in an inner
    • sense. For in the soul of this historian, Christ Jesus as a living
    • perceiving that since the Mystery of Golgotha, the Power of Christ has
    • that the Festival of the Holy Night, the Festival of the Christmas
    • out of a deep and true feeling for the Christian Mystery. This was
    • the life of Christ Jesus, although the series continues beyond the
    • Second religion, the Philosophical: such a religion was it that Christ
    • related individually to the Christ. Folk-history, as it may be called,
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    • necessary to complete the whole being. At Jordan, Christ sinks into
    • Providence’. Christ and the Twelve Bodhisattvas.
    • 3. The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
    • and mid-Atlantis as between mid-Atlantis and the Christ Impulse. Man
    • not a free agent before Christ's descent. Reason for lies, disease,
    • should behave. The Poor in Spirit. The Christ Impulse. The Etheric body.
    • them. By the Sermon on the Mount Christ turns within man what the
    • Commandments had dictated from outside. Tacitus. Necessity for Christ
    • with the 19th century. Christ will not return in the flesh. A new era
    • Reason for Christ's descent to physical plane. Zarathustra
    • preaching a physical return. Christ is here always even unto the end
    • Difference between North, South and Christian Initiation.
    • Incarnation of Christ in Europe. Reason for Christ's incarnation in
    • the West at the time Christ appears in the East that through Christ,
    • Rishi's, of Zarathustra, of Moses, of Christ. Egoism in religious
    • ‘risen Christ’. This event can be renewed in each human
    • the person by the truth, not the truth by the person. The Christ
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    • necessary to complete the whole being. At Jordan, Christ sinks into
    • Providence’. Christ and the Twelve Bodhisattvas.
    • and mid-Atlantis as between mid-Atlantis and the Christ Impulse. Man
    • not a free agent before Christ's descent. Reason for lies, disease,
    • should behave. The Poor in Spirit. The Christ Impulse. The Etheric body.
    • them. By the Sermon on the Mount Christ turns within man what the
    • Commandments had dictated from outside. Tacitus. Necessity for Christ
    • with the 19th century. Christ will not return in the flesh. A new era
    • LECTURE 4. Reason for Christ's descent to physical plane. Zarathustra
    • preaching a physical return. Christ is here always even unto the end
    • LECTURE 5. Difference between North, South and Christian Initiation.
    • Incarnation of Christ in Europe. Reason for Christ's incarnation in
    • the West at the time Christ appears in the East that through Christ,
    • Rishi's, of Zarathustra, of Moses, of Christ. Egoism in religious
    • ‘risen Christ’. This event can be renewed in each human
    • the person by the truth, not the truth by the person. The Christ
    • experience was completely veiled from Blavatsky. The Christ must be
    • into illusion by your own deeds. Take the Christ that is within, and
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • ‘shock,’ the Christ-Being sank down into that etheric body.
    • the fate of a man, — of Christ that cannot be said. What is the
    • lowest principle of the Christ-Being? Counting from below, it is the
    • Christ once worked in the same way. Christ gives an impulse of the
    • extending to that Plane. A Being such as the Christ works into the
    • Christ. They then become pupils of Christ. A Being such as He, is
    • Christ was once on earth; He has descended to earth, has dwelt on the
    • there they meet the Being of Christ as Teacher, and they are fully
    • between the Bodhisattvas and the Christ takes place on the
    • meantime it is necessary that they should learn that the Christ-Being
    • to reach the true Being of the Individuality of Christ, one must first
    • Thus twelve Bodhisattvas belong to Christ, and they prepare and
    • following words: Christ, Who once lived on the earth, brought to this
    • Christ in the middle of the earth-evolution; the Bodhisattvas as His
    • to receive the Christ. Now, although men were ripe enough to have
    • Christ among them, it will be a long time before they mature
    • sufficiently to recognise, to feel, and to will, all that Christ is.
    • maturity in man what was poured into him through Christ, as was
    • man, Christ can only be understood to a minute extent. Higher
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    • THE ENTRANCE OF THE CHRIST-BEING INTO THE EVOLUTION OF HUMANITY
    • the fact that the secret of Golgotha, the secret of Christ Jesus, is
    • humanity on earth was reached when the Christ-Impulse was given at the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ-Impulse would have been given to man
    • Christ-Impulse as had elapsed between the intervention of the
    • Christ-Impulse. Thus, through man's having acquired a likeness to the
    • Christ-Impulse. For before that could come man had to go through the
    • these, for then only could the Christ-Impulse descend to the earth. In
    • Christ had taken place therein. The essential point is that this
    • things are it came in the age in which Christ Jesus Himself worked.
    • Thus through the Christ-Impulse the consciousness came to man that in
    • the Christ-Impulse, it was made possible for man to say: ‘I must
    • Now if we look back to the pre-Christian time, we must say that when
    • Christ-Impulse, have distinguished in his inner being between good and
    • evil. In the pre-Christian time the decision as to the really Good,
    • earth by way of preparation. Thus, before the time of Christ, man was
    • Everything lacking in man will be made good by the Christ-Impulse; but
    • Christ-Impulse, to overcome selfishness and to heal his etheric body
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    • as the Christ, had to embody Himself in a physical body at the very
    • able to have a bodily perception and observation of Christ Jesus, as
    • of Christ Jesus can however, be understood by anyone who can apply
    • we can say: The Christ-Being descended into a physical embodiment,
    • other words it ought to have been able to take up the Christ-Impulse.
    • capable of enclosing the Christ-Being.
    • Through Christ, the impulse was to penetrate to the depths of man's
    • inner being, out of the body of Christ there spoke such an impulse as
    • Divine-Spiritual kingdom. That could only come about through Christ
    • permeate itself with what was the pattern of Christ. That enabled man
    • ecstatic condition at the time of the founding of Christianity, had
    • hostile spiritual powers. So at the time of the appearance of Christ
    • Christianity was founded. When in olden times he was filled with the
    • transported into the Spiritual worlds. Christ could not now say:
    • for the sorrows and sufferings of earth. Christ Jesus had to proclaim
    • Christ Jesus, Buddha described sorrow and suffering on earth as the
    • later, in the Sermon on the Mount, Christ in the second Beatitude
    • into balance. Now, however, the time had come — and Christ was to
    • through the spreading of Christianity — as righteousness:
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    • When we go back beyond the founding of Christianity, we find two
    • stream, in what we call the Christian Initiation, and how this
    • into the one single form of Christian Initiation; it is an example of
    • in the life of the world. The other, the Christian initiation —
    • of Christ. We are living at an important crossing-point, when men will
    • Let us now picture the vision of Christ, as it will appear to the
    • Land of Shamballa. But the Christ-Event, which will be vouchsafed to
    • which Christ will once more reveal to mankind; — the Land of
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    • Being of Christ from many different aspects and we endeavoured in
    • various ways to point out that what we know as the Christ-Impulse is
    • further the Christ-Impulse from all sides, and moreover, when all is
    • connected with the appearance of Christ. We saw that the Gospels
    • themselves attempted to approach the subject of the Being of Christ
    • relate to the Christ-Problem; in fact, we shall to-day refer to the
    • intervention of the Christ-Impulse in the development of mankind. In
    • about five hundred years before the Christian era, we come to the
    • that name. Five hundred years before the Christian era the greatest
    • Christ. Look where you will in the old Testament for a word
    • as the Christ Impulse. We might say that conscience followed close on
    • the Christ Impulse; it entered the historical development of the world
    • course of its development was approaching the Christ Impulse and in
    • the Christ Impulse. And in our own age we see the epoch in which this
    • Christ-Impulse be exercised upon him.
    • that was to prepare them to receive the Christ-Impulse, others living
    • Christ-Impulse could find so unhindered an entrance into Europe and
    • why it gained so much influence there. Why was this? Could Christ have
    • That age was particularly adapted to come forward to meet Christ, as
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    • on Earth of Christ-Jesus. This is by far the mightiest Impulse ever
    • mighty Christ-Well of life out of which He poured into human
    • new life-impulses? We have that which was given us in Christianity,
    • Christ-Impulse, that greatest Impulse in the development of mankind. I
    • Unknown and more especially of The Christ Myth. The
    • author of The Christ Myth, — a modern philosopher who may
    • Pauline Epistles, but as the author of The Christ Myth does not
    • the following conclusion: ‘What concept of Christ did St. Paul
    • hold? He formed the concept of a purely Spiritual Christ, who can
    • one. St. Paul nowhere asserts the necessity that the Christ, whom he
    • the Christ-concept of St. Paul is a purely spiritual one, simply
    • perfection, as a sort of God in man.’ The author of The Christ
    • the idea the Christians have of Jesus Christ — were already in
    • existence concerning a sort of pre-Christian Jesus, and that several
    • Christ which St. Paul had [and which Drews does not attempt to deny],
    • — what is the difference between the picture of Christ which St.
    • St. Paul, men had a Christ-picture of a God, a Messiah-picture of a
    • the general idea — The author of The Christ Myth now asks:
    • extent did he carry the idea of Christ further?’
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    • considered. In pre-Christian times men could not acquire on earth
    • pre-Christian times all the various peoples of the world received the
    • advent of the great Buddha in pre-Christian times. A careful
    • this event, and so the Christ event had to occur because of the
    • stage of Christian evolution it was the understanding of the Mystery
    • again necessary, both to the Mystery of Golgotha and to the Christ
    • is spoken of. In pre-Christian times, when man attempted to gain
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ gave mankind the
    • physical sense, but who has become flesh in a Christian sense, and
    • recognizing the divine in a human individuality, namely, the Christ,
    • intensified to the point that the divinity of Christ was denied. The
    • historical Christ, but instead acknowledge the divine nature that
    • I, but the Christ in me.” But modern man says, “I in me,
    • and the Christ as far as I can admit Him. The Christ is only valid
    • Christ and the Mystery of Golgotha and have established a
    • words, “Not I, but the Christ in me,” then our
    • preconceived opinion in favor of the Christian way of life. If this
    • nothing whatever to do with any form of denominational Christianity.
    • of a marked preference for Christianity as compared with other
    • Christianity. We are concerned with objective facts, and if you
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    • occultism such stress is laid upon understanding how Christ came to
    • earth from the Sun sphere. It is essential to grasp how Christ leads
    • Christ is a Sun Being who can lead us back to the Sun. Now comes what
    • relationship to the Christ. We must grasp something further. The time
    • further course of the life after death, to recognize Christ and
    • the equal importance of Christ and Lucifer may appear, this insight
    • point are carried forward only by the Christ. Christ accompanies us,
    • and as a result we are capable of remembering. If Christ were not to
    • it is the experience of uniting ourselves with Christ that beyond
    • fact, for this phase it appears as if Christ had given us everything
    • undergo an important experience of a moral nature. If Christ has
    • From this time onward neither the Christ principle nor Lucifer can
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    • Conditions in pre-Christian times were such that as a man rose by
    • acknowledged the Christ, and Christ was not a Westerner, but an alien
    • with respect to His lineage. The attitude to Christ that the West has
    • The supremacy of the Christ Principle is shown in another way, too.
    • different sides?” This is actually what occurs in Christianity.
    • Christ Jesus speaks profound words in the Gospel when He says to
    • Christ Jesus means by these words
    • utterances have become an integral part of Christianity shows clearly
    • Christianity is working to achieve the fulfillment of the principle
    • all epochs of time. Christianity is so intimately connected with the
    • Hindu need not reject Christ. Just think what it would mean if some
    • Christ ought not to maintain that all denominations and creeds can
    • preference to Christ, and you are not justified in making such a
    • Christ because nothing is said to this effect in His scriptures? Is
    • the Christ-being, namely, that because He has nothing to do with any
    • particular denomination, the Christ can be accepted by a Hindu or an
    • science has to say about the Christ impulse in relation to the
    • what we have to say about the nature of the Christ impulse and its
    • things that can lead to the true understanding of the Christ impulse
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    • all, the ruling Sun Spirit, the Christ, and that we made a connection
    • Christ connection, was established by living into the divine grace of
    • endeavored to draw towards the Christ. Today this no longer suffices.
    • what was brought by the lofty Sun Spirit, by the Christ, the Christ
    • of giving a preference to the Christian religion. Yet this accusation
    • permeated by a Jehovah-Christian mood of soul. The outer spiritual
    • So, Christ-filled, we live into the Sun sphere. As we proceed we
    • brother of Christ. Lucifer changed only in the course of time because
    • rightly with the Mystery of Golgotha, we journey onward led by Christ
    • but only worked spiritually at the birth of the Luke Christ-child.
    • Christian. This was due to the fact that in his previous incarnation
    • Mars what Christ has become for the earth. He accomplished a kind of
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    • Christianity. Because of it human beings in the present cycle of
    • Christ, had to come down to earth. Since His coming, it has been
    • the Christ Mystery when it is rightly understood. Much has been said
    • in the course of years, but the Christ Mystery can ever and again be
    • of the Christ Mystery creates prejudices against other creeds, and
    • unintelligible. The true meaning of the Christ Mystery has only been
    • to say, “You place Christianity above Buddhism because you
    • attribute a special position to the Christ that is not indicated in
    • compared with what Christianity has become as a creed, but with the
    • essence that is contained in Christianity itself.
    • flesh and blood. Insofar as the West is concerned, Christianity is
    • Christianity in yet another respect if Christianity truly places the
    • Christianity has not yet made great progress in its development
    • Who, in the true sense of the Mystery of Golgotha, is a Christian? He
    • Golgotha, that the Sun Spirit lived in the Christ, that Christ poured
    • His Being over the earth, that Christ died for all men. Although Paul
    • declared that Christ died not only for the Jews but also for the
    • until it is realized that Christ fulfilled the Deed of Golgotha for
    • all human beings will Christianity be understood. For the real power
    • is another. Knowledge of who the Christ really is should be striven
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    • If we experience the Christ within us, then we have the possibility
    • picture-world the Christ in His most wondrous form, in His manifested
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    • this respect, Christianity is absolutely not the same as all the
    • many respects, Western Christianity is not permeated by religious
    • Christ impulse can bring man to a right connection with his fellow
    • the Old Testament religion, Christianity is not one-sided. Attention
    • beautiful sayings of Christ, “Ye are Gods,” is
    • reminiscent of the Old Testament. Christ points to the fact that a
    • It is a lofty teaching of Christ that points man to his divine
    • wonderful and deeply moving teaching of Christ! Another being has
    • used the same words, and it is indicative of the Christian faith that
    • Paradise and later Christ Jesus use the same words! We touch here
    • upon one of the deepest and most important aspects of Christianity
    • Ahriman or the Christ. We touch here upon a deep cosmic mystery, and
    • uttered on one occasion by the Christ, on the other by Lucifer.
    • Sun sphere where a thorough understanding of the Christ impulse is
    • earth, for Christ once did dwell in the Sun but, as we know, He
    • beings through the Christ impulse and learn to understand Him in the
    • We must learn to discriminate between Christ and Lucifer, and in our
    • understanding of Christ that we bring with us from the earth leads us
    • earth an understanding of the difference between Christ and Lucifer,
    • fast in memory what we have brought with us of the Christ impulse. We
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    • man must always penetrate into the Christ-substance of the earth that
    • Christ as the Sun Spirit. The ego has emancipated itself from the light
    • experiences this plunging into the Christ-substance when he has gone
    • This does in fact occur, not physically but spiritually. Because the Christ
    • with the Christ is able to experience after death the repercussions of
    • birth of Christ life after death was little developed. We, on the
    • on the downgrade since the time of Christ. The vegetative forces were
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    • science, which seeks to clarify ever more the Christ mystery for the
    • soul of man. The actual words of Christ are indicated in many of his
    • In the early phase of the Christian proclamation one still found it
    • know the Christ who recognize Him by way of spiritual science.
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha occurred. As the Christ appeared on earth
    • Mars did not take the same course as the Christ Mystery on earth, but
    • The human souls who have received the Christ impulse into themselves
    • up our next earthly life. He who has received the Christ impulse on
    • the earth through the gate of death without having taken the Christ
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    • reached a stage of development when the human soul needs the Christ
    • connection with the Christ impulse are in danger because the leaders
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    • little as the whole earth today is already Christianized, as little
    • followed him in pre-Christian times. The development of natures such
    • is possible in a public lecture when I said that the true Christian
    • taken to imply that Raphael brought with him some definite Christian
    • delicate, wonderful figures of Christianity in his paintings came
    • a “born Christian.” Most of you know that Raphael had
    • Christian impulses had penetrated into his soul.
    • except those of Judas and Christ. For them I have no models, although
    • prior. But for the Christ I have no prototype.” That, however,
    • and the Christ he wanted to portray everything through light and
    • shadows. In the figure of Christ the impression was to be that the
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    • souls were deeply moved by the Christ impulse, at last a part of
    • Mystery of Golgotha. The Christ impulse affords the possibility of
    • understanding every human experience. Christianity is a general
    • religion, valid for all people. Christianity is not limited to a
    • the Christian creed. One is not a Christian in the true sense because
    • one adheres to one or the other Christian dogma, however, but because
    • one knows that Christ died for the whole of humanity. Only gradually
    • will people learn to live truly as Christians.
    • a human being in the face of the earth the Christ impulse can be
    • The Christian knows that Christ lives in every human being. Spiritual
    • in a rightly understood Christianity, and that every religion,
    • understand the Christ correctly if we do not clearly see that the
    • Christ has not gone through one or the other form of initiation on
    • nature of the Buddha. This is not so with the life of Christ. The
    • Christ life is such that one must first establish a connection with
    • one can behold many things, but one cannot see the Christ if one has
    • Christ is a Being who is of equal importance for the most primitive
    • find a relationship to Christ, and the initiate must also find it.
    • Christ has become the companion of man on earth and the event of
    • developed themselves in a special way. Christ had never been on the
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    • Who has given the mightiest impulse to earth evolution, the Christ
    • The Christ had to descend to the earth in order to experience death.
    • Christ is the only being among all the super-sensible beings above man
    • experience in connection with the Christ, it is found to be deeply
    • become essential, and the correct understanding of Christianity is a
    • essential being of Christianity in other religious creeds. It is not
    • correct to place Christianity next to other religious creeds. Indeed,
    • perhaps certain Christian confessions are narrow-minded.
    • Nevertheless, Christianity rightly understood bears within it the
    • How has the Westerner grasped Christianity? Consider Hinduism. Only
    • Christ impulse cannot be sucked up into a racial or folk religion.
    • Actually, the folk among whom the Christ appeared did not acknowledge
    • Him. That is the remarkable fact about Christianity. It contains the
    • mission of Christianity does not consist in bringing dogma to people.
    • him as erroneous. Christianity rightly understood, however,
    • presupposes that every man is a Christian in his inner being. If you
    • Christian,” it will be seen that you have not understood
    • Christianity. Christianity has been truly understood only if you say
    • of the Hindu, “Inwardly this Hindu is as good a Christian as I
    • Christians to teach Hinduism to the Hindus and then attempt to take
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    • and a new one begins with the appearance of Christ on earth. Cloth,
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    • Christian world-conception, these feelings which for so many are the
    • surrounds us, we shall well understand the words of a Christian
    • destruction of the earthly nature of Christ Jesus in pain and
    • suffering, in anguish and misery, Christianity rightly sees the
    • the Crucifixion of Christ Jesus which was soon followed, as
    • Christianity teaches, by the outpouring into the world of the Holy
    • the Crucifixion of Christ Jesus as a process indicated in the parable
    • Christ was not yet glorified. One who reads this Gospel more deeply
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    • Christ appeared before them. For the first time something could
    • Christ appeared during the fourth Cultural Epoch, hence the
    • Greek name Christos. In order for the appearance of Christ not
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    • Christ appeared during the fourth Cultural Epoch, hence the
    • Greek name Christos. In order for the appearance of Christ not
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    • may even say that the dawn of Christianity took place in such a way
    • only a consequence of this materialistic conception of Christianity,
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    • themselves, but Christ within them should think, feel, and will, so
    • Christ. That is why St. Paul says ‘Not I, but Christ in me.’
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    • The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreuz.
  • Title: On the Meaning of Life
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    • Theosophische Moral. Anthroposophie und Christentum.
    • Christ and the Human Soul.
    • Christus und die Menschliche Seele. Ueber den Sinn des Lebens.
    • Theosophische Moral. Anthroposophie und Christentum.
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    • Theosophische Moral. Anthroposophie und Christentum.
    • of a forerunner of the Christ-Impulse.
    • impulse is at hand (he means the Christ-Impulse). Therefore I say
    • spiritual element appears with the Christ-Impulse.” Through
    • Christ-Impulse.
    • way that he put Christian ideas into his pictures. He painted for the
    • people of Europe as Christians of the West. His pictures are
    • comprehensible to all Christians of the West, and will become so more
    • was able to demonstrate the impulses that lie in Christianity. He is
    • Jesus-Child to the Madonna, where this Christ-relation appears as
    • Christianity which will be cosmopolitan. Protestantism has long
    • Christianity. So it will be more and more. If we may hope for such
    • results as regards interdenominational Christianity, what Raphael has
    • Christianity. Now let us direct occult observation to these three
    • birth already proclaimed his exceptional position in Christianity and
    • with the Christian Mysteries. It was on a Good Friday that Raphael
    • desire to understand, and must understand, Christianity as an Impulse
    • through which we know how the Christ-Impulse will continue to work.
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    • Theosophische Moral. Anthroposophie und Christentum.
    • Let us take the whole of pre-Christian development. We know what this
    • pre-Christian development was like. In the beginning man came forth
    • life, the Christ-Impulse is developing above. Just as man develops
    • Christ-Impulse give what is necessary for the development of that
    • Christ-Impulse enters and fertilises it. And from the Mystery of
    • fructification received with the Christ-Impulse.
    • life. They are there in the earth evolution. The Christ-Impulse has
    • Christ-Impulse. In the seventh age the old Indian civilisation, that
    • reappear in a new form, fructified by the Christ-Impulse.
    • Fertilisation with the Christ-Impulse is active above and below.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha — the Christ-Impulse.
    • Now we can also understand the meaning of the Christ-Event. The earth has
    • with the earth, have evolved like two opposite poles. Christ and the
    • Christians may disagree with such a statement, but they should not
    • opinion to stand entirely on the ground of Christianity), was a very
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    • magician crucified at the same period of time when Christ Jesus was
  • Title: Inner Impulses: Introduction by Frédéric Kozlik
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    • how Christianity pervaded Roman civilization, allowing itself to be
    • institutions of early Christianity were received into the structure of
    • expansion of Christianity, this Latin-Roman element spread over all of
    • As you know, after she had absorbed Greece and Christianity, a time
    • to the original free expansion of Christianity by having the works of
    • Christianity and also brought semi-occult communications into it,
    • the Faith,” “the most Christian of Monarchs,” etc.
    • Christianity and Greece so merged that today we can no longer
    • distinguish Christian from Greek in Renaissance art. In connection
    • Greek or Christian. The two elements have merged in such a way that
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    • also received Christianity, which in Rome would have assumed a form
    • Ahriman, as we have seen, diverted the forces of Christianity to his
    • being of Christ is of great significance, and so we will select
    • Christ that is of deep significance. It is not a life of Jesus but an
    • understanding of Christ that culminates in what Soloviev wrote about
    • hear why, and Soloviev's conception of the meaning of the Christ event
    • that all of his work culminates in the Christ idea.
    • Christianity, it was not only Christianity that was taken over from
    • the ability to portray the Christ remained with the East. The Jesus
    • find that the figure of Jesus, of the Christ, is again continually
    • of Renan, the Jesus of Strauss, who is no Jesus, and the Christ of
    • Land. Christ Jesus, who should belong to all of mankind, becomes a
    • investigates all that was said of Jesus insofar as He was the Christ.
    • concerning Christ, who lived in Jesus. Then he sets out to investigate
    • the extent to which what is related of the Christ has also been living
    • is told of a miraculous birth and the development of Jesus Christ is
    • Christ in all men — the Christ who has lived in and through all
    • the spiritual Christ force that lives in all humanity. For Strauss,
    • mankind itself is the Christ, and He works always before and after
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    • when he speaks of Christ Jesus. He speaks only of the historic figure
    • criterion of knowledge regarding the figure of Christ Jesus, then
    • only on the Christ being. Should this impulse spread, there would be
    • Christ being. It is the opposite of the other impulse and it, too, is
    • interest only in the Christ and not for the historical Jesus.
    • external description, so are Soloviev's representations of the Christ
  • Title: Inner Impulses: Lecture IV
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    • twelfth centuries of the Christian era differed more radically from
    • and tenth Christian centuries.
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    • up longings to discover it. It was this book that induced Christopher
    • as being definitely connected with what instigated Christopher
    • to pass in Christ Himself. Impulses for life are sought in the
    • more to the Christ and the West more to Jesus, there is this truth:
  • Title: Inner Impulses: Lecture VI
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    • will: in fact, out of the Christian impulses of the European will. At
    • That is to say, into the progressive, good, truly Christian impulses
    • times and the wisdom of Solomon could work together for Christianity
    • of Christian evolution.
    • life by a Christian spirit. With respect to the immeasurable zeal that
    • could be accomplished for the Christianizing of the whole of European
    • connected with the Christian impulse. The force of this union with the
    • Christ was strong and intensive. He was a true Knight Templar who no
    • longer knew anything of himself, but when he felt, he let the Christ
    • feel in him; when he thought, he let the Christ think in him; when he
    • was filled with enthusiasm, he let the Christ in him be enthusiastic.
    • having known the rules of the Christian initiation other than through
    • the Christian impulse and the Mystery of Golgotha that consequently
    • many Knights experienced a Christian initiation. We have before us the
    • experience of a number of men, the Christian initiation, which is to
    • men through Christian initiation, arises from the fundamental depths
    • Christian symbolism as it had taken shape through the development of
    • symbolism. Many a one who in consequence of his Christian initiation
    • could look into the Christian impulses passing through the historical
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  • Title: Inner Impulses: Lecture VII
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    • tortured after having previously experienced a Christian initiation
    • Christian initiation, so that a great number of them could actually
    • Christian religion and the Mystery of Golgotha, an admission which,
    • attained a Christian initiation and beheld the secrets of the Mystery
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  • Title: The Cosmic New Year
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    • During Christmastime of 1919 to 1920, Rudolf Steiner was in Stuttgart
    • and participate in its Christmas festivities. During his visit, he gave
    • During Christmastime of 1919 to 1920, Rudolf Steiner was in Stuttgart
    • and participate in its Christmas festivities. During his visit, he gave
    • II. The Michael Path to Christ: A Christmas Lecture
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    • II. The Michael Path to Christ. A Christmas Lecture.
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture I: The Three Streams in the Life of Civilization. The Mysteries of Light, of Man, and of the Earth.
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    • point out paths taken by Christianity.
    • When Christianity sought to enter the world, where had Christ Jesus to
    • Church we find there is still something of this Christianity.
    • Christianity, which spread in the West on Roman lines, took on a form
    • the East or in the Greek philosophy of life. In this Christianity the
    • Sistine Chapel, is only a glorious expression of Christianity
    • saturated by legalism. It is just this Christianity saturated by
    • “Here Christ is wrong!” Have I repeated that correctly?
    • man who is infallible, and the Christ who is wrong! We have come as
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture II: The Michael Path to Christ: A Christmas Lecture
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    • yearly festivals, Christmas, Easter or Whitsuntide, I have felt bound
    • that this realization permeates our thoughts even round the Christmas
    • tree. It is clearly our duty so to receive the birth of Christ Jesus
    • “Has not the thought of Christmas also suffered the fate of being
    • seized by the forces of general deterioration?” When Christmas is
    • contemplation of the festival of Christ? Are men in general conscious
    • We light up our Christmas trees, we repeat the customary words and
    • phrases associated with the Christmas festival, but all too often we
    • decline. Where art Thou, O Christ-Power, Thou who canst actively bring
    • only by the power of Christ will it be possible to permeate declining
    • “Can we still be Christians?” He answers this question, and
    • question “can we still be Christians?” with an emphatic
    • not be Christians.
    • they but see that though they use the name of Christ they are really
    • active opponents of Christianity.
    • associated with Christmas, though it does indeed seem so to me, when I
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    • our Christmas Festival this year. I will now only briefly
    • the eighth pre-Christian century. We see, about two hundred years
    • also impressed its stamp upon Christianity, for the theology of the
    • from ourselves that Lucifer once lived in a physical body, as Christ
    • It was through Luciferic wisdom that Christianity was first grasped in
    • victory for Christianity at that time. But when this Luciferic
    • Lucifer has incarnated and that Christ has incarnated. This fact is
    • fighting to the uttermost against that new Christ knowledge which is
    • forward only to glorify Christ Jesus. And so there follow a limited
    • number of now-famous points unfavourable to the Christ. These, he
    • Christ Jesus, so as finally to save for the Gospels a little label of
    • have through the Gospels historical knowledge of the Christ Mystery,
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture IV: The Breaking-in of Spiritual Revelations Since the Last Third of the Nineteenth Century. Thoughts on New Years Eve.
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    • hear the message that, according to tradition, Christ lived and died
    • experience in our souls the Christ-experience.” In many quarters
    • something of the Christ-experience has arisen in the depths of their
    • the last page of Gogarten's Spiritual Science and Christianity,
  • Title: Cosmic New Year: Lecture V: The Dogma of Revelation and the Dogma of Experience. The Spiritual Mark of the Present Time. A New Year Contemplation.
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    • 'Not I, but Christ in me.'
    • attitude “Not I, but Christ in me.”
    • Lecture Two: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy
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    • 'Not I, but Christ in me.'
    • COGNITION OF THECHRIST THROUGHANTHROPOSOPHY
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    • 'Not I, but Christ in me.'
    • COGNITION OF THE CHRIST THROUGH ANTHROPOSOPHY
    • period of evolution, were ‘Not I, but Christ in me.’ When we look upon
    • Christ Who descended to earth from the spiritual worlds and Who since
    • century after Christianity that gradually developed in humanity dead
    • rooted in Christianity to regard the Mystery through the simple study
    • sees that through the passing of that Divine Being, the CHRIST
    • the Cross on Golgotha and of the dying and the risen Christ. Through
    • pre-Christian science of initiation. Hence we see why St. Paul out of
    • his experience was able to say, “Were it not for the risen Christ
    • was not the case before, the forces of Christ are working especially
    • It is thus that anthroposophy can show the path, not away from Christ,
    • pre-Christian mysteries and understandings and teachings of humanity
    • The first initiates of the Christian era, looking upon the Mystery of
    • but Christ in me Who makes me live again in the spiritual life of the
    • received, not only by those who adhere to the older Christian
    • all religions, the religion that is already there — Christianity.
    • Not only is it able to call Christianity into fresh life, but for
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  • Title: Lecture: Michaelmas-Soul: Introduction
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    • Christ forces working from within ourselves. In this short cycle, as
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    • Did the Christmas or Easter Festival come into being because a few
    • is not the case. For something like the Christmas Festival to find its
    • way into the life of mankind, Christ Jesus had to be born; this event
    • seriousness of the Christmas and Easter Festivals is no longer felt,
    • through a more profound comprehension of the birth of Christ Jesus and
    • must be able to arise. But just as the Christmas and Easter Festivals
    • of Christ Jesus, in the Mystery of Golgotha. As was said, this may be
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    • celebrate the Christmas Festival during the winter solstice. Then the
    • hold the mystery of the Christmas Festival. The Redeemer could unite only
    • Christmas Festival linked with phenomena pertaining to the earth, with
    • have: the festivals of Christmas, Easter and St. John, that have
    • Mystery of Golgotha through the descent of Christ, the Sun-Spirit,
    • his Gemüt with Christ, the victor over death, in order to
    • find resurrection in death. But Christianity does not end with the
    • Death and Resurrection of Christ, man needs that other one which
    • Festival. Easter commemorates for us the Resurrection of Christ from
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Preface
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    • preparing for the Christmas Conference. The first, between October 5
    • time from the end of November until Christmas was devoted to the
    • right foundation for the decisions to be carried out at Christmas of
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    • Initiator pointed out — the Form of Christ.
    • priest who had directed him to the Christ-picture said to him:
    • Christianity.
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    • the great Mysteries, that in these great Mysteries the Christ was
    • Christ as of Him who had gone through events in the past. And
    • Temple was led before the image of the Christ, they wished to show
    • Christian Mysteries before the Mystery of Golgotha, in which in the
    • describe as the experience of Christ Jesus on Golgotha and its
    • centuries after the rise of Christianity and approximately to the
    • ninth or tenth post-Christian centuries. Examine historical works
    • place in the physical-sense World through the God Christ.
    • Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreuz
    • Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreuz,
    • Chemical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreuz.
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    • in the first centuries of Christian development, we find here and
    • knowledge, in order to find in the first Christian centuries those
    • Mystery of Christ in a pre-Christian period; again it was in a
    • spiritual way that the Christ was placed before those to be initiated
    • of the Christ only as a future Appearance, as One Who was still a
    • found — that Christ must really be recognized and known.
    • put before the world by the Christian painters; the Mother with the
    • humanity, and which will be given to the delegates at Christmas I
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIII: Transition from the Spirit of the Ancient Mysteries to the Spirit of the Mysteries of the Middle Ages
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    • Christianity as Mystical Fact,
    • of Christianity this ancient Astrology, that means, intercourse with
    • epoch, a few centuries after the rise of Christianity Astrology
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • illuminated more in detail in the Christmas lectures which I want to
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    • especially in the conception of the Christ Himself. This conception
    • super-sensible nature of the Christ, who lived in the man Jesus! How
    • to the Christ-Being was lost. Many who now believe that they are in
    • communion with the Christ, only believe this. They do not
    • dream how little their thought of Christ and their words concerning
  • Title: Social Future: Lecture VI: National and International Life in the Threefold Social Organism
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    • Lecture IThe Threefold Sun and the Risen Christ
    • Lecture VIChrist and the Metamorphoses of Karma
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    • THE THREEFOLD SUN AND THE RISEN CHRIST London, 24th April, 1922
    • CHRIST AND THE METAMORPHOSES OF KARMA London, 19th November, 1922
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    • Christianity brought seemed small in comparison. For he still knew of
    • so mighty, that he found himself unable to accept Christianity. The
    • And so when Roman influences began to permeate the Christianity that
    • the world, there was no possibility for Christianity to receive,
    • these later times, we designate as Christ. So that we are adhering
    • beheld the Christ outside the Earth in the Cosmos, in the Cosmos that
    • of the Christ. The initiates of olden times also knew and taught of
    • Christ Being. Christ was spoken of continually before the Mystery of
    • it as unchristian. But why should such a statement be regarded
    • as unchristian, seeing that the Early Church Fathers undoubtedly held
    • often described as heathen are, in a deeper sense, Christian. The
    • Christians before the Mystery of Golgotha.”
    • then this same Christ — after His death, after His resurrection
    • know today what Christ taught at that time to His initiate pupils; it
    • Christ, in order that they may be able to participate in the forces
    • have spoken of how Zarathustra came to a knowledge of Christ as a
    • were thus in olden time[s] divine teachers. And the Christ, — He
    • death was an external knowledge merely. But Christ learned to know
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    • understanding of the heart, knowledge of the Christ and of all that
    • the Christ willed to become for the Earth in that He passed through
    • life of the Earth that Christ has gone through the Mystery of
    • Christ, then our astral body is able to receive via the physical and
    • that Christ becomes our Guide and Leader through the Zodiac during
    • directed in waking life to the Christ, then Christ becomes for him a
    • full significance of the Christ for the life of Earth, as it has been
    • up till now; and as for what the Christ has yet to become for
    • the Christ Event bring these experiences of the night into the waking
    • us. Here it is that the Christ appears before us as a spiritual Sun
    • be so, that we should have in the time of sleep the Christ for our
    • sleep, where the Christ came forward as his Guide and led him in the
    • man in this sphere, None other than the Christ Himself becomes his
    • it cannot understand the Christ in His spiritual significance. That,
    • understanding of the Christ. We need an Initiation Science that can
    • the Christ becomes our Guide, as I have described to you. It is
    • however our task to bring the Christ more and more into our
    • world with Christ; IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • inasmuch as we go down with Christ into the grave of Earth life, so
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    • Christ, Christ stands before us, the Spirit Being who, through the
    • near to Christ, and then the Sun does not, it is true, become bright
    • make audible for us what Christ is saying to us. And this experience
    • reveals to us the relationship of Christ with the Sun. Yes, the Sun,
    • to the Christ, if we are duly prepared and approach Him in the right
    • it is the Christ who provides now for man the means of reconciliation
    • disappointed. Through the power of Christ and through the power
    • as for man, if he can find the right relation to the Christ, then it
    • Earth. At the centre of these sublime God Beings is the Christ Being,
    • therefore we speak of Christ to-day, we are speaking of One who can
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    • Christ and to the Mystery of Golgotha, already here upon the Earth,
    • can undergo it by virtue of the power of Christ which he has
    • that the word shall presently come true: the leadership of Christ
    • the Christ, calling man to universal, all-embracing love. Now this
    • Earth. Now however, since the Christ-Michael-leadership has begun,
    • working, and the love of Christ. And we shall then be enabled to
    • word of Christ: “My Kingdom is not of this world”. How
    • more and more, into a spiritual state. Christ's Kingdom is not as the
    • illumination and of human, Christ-filled love.
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    • CHRIST AND THE METAMORPHOSES OF KARMA London, 19th November, 1922
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    • Christianity brought seemed small in comparison. For he still knew of
    • so mighty, that he found himself unable to accept Christianity. The
    • And so when Roman influences began to permeate the Christianity that
    • the world, there was no possibility for Christianity to receive,
    • these later times, we designate as Christ. So that we are adhering
    • beheld the Christ outside the Earth in the Cosmos, in the Cosmos that
    • of the Christ. The initiates of olden times also knew and taught of
    • Christ Being. Christ was spoken of continually before the Mystery of
    • it as unchristian. But why should such a statement be regarded
    • as unchristian, seeing that the Early Church Fathers undoubtedly held
    • often described as heathen are, in a deeper sense, Christian. The
    • Christians before the Mystery of Golgotha.”
    • then this same Christ — after His death, after His resurrection
    • know today what Christ taught at that time to His initiate pupils; it
    • Christ, in order that they may be able to participate in the forces
    • have spoken of how Zarathustra came to a knowledge of Christ as a
    • were thus in olden time[s] divine teachers. And the Christ, — He
    • death was an external knowledge merely. But Christ learned to know
    • with the divine being teachers of long ago. Christ learned to know
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    • understanding of the heart, knowledge of the Christ and of all that
    • the Christ willed to become for the Earth in that He passed through
    • life of the Earth that Christ has gone through the Mystery of
    • Christ, then our astral body is able to receive via the physical and
    • that Christ becomes our Guide and Leader through the Zodiac during
    • directed in waking life to the Christ, then Christ becomes for him a
    • full significance of the Christ for the life of Earth, as it has been
    • up till now; and as for what the Christ has yet to become for
    • the Christ Event bring these experiences of the night into the waking
    • us. Here it is that the Christ appears before us as a spiritual Sun
    • be so, that we should have in the time of sleep the Christ for our
    • sleep, where the Christ came forward as his Guide and led him in the
    • man in this sphere, None other than the Christ Himself becomes his
    • it cannot understand the Christ in His spiritual significance. That,
    • understanding of the Christ. We need an Initiation Science that can
    • the Christ becomes our Guide, as I have described to you. It is
    • however our task to bring the Christ more and more into our
    • world with Christ; IN CHRISTO MORIMUR.
    • inasmuch as we go down with Christ into the grave of Earth life, so
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    • Golgotha, Christ then appears, to be his Guide through the otherwise
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    • Christ. Christ stands before us, the Spirit Being who, through the
    • near to Christ, and then the Sun does not, it is true, become bright
    • make audible for us what Christ is saying to us. And this experience
    • reveals to us the relationship of Christ with the Sun. Yes, the Sun,
    • to the Christ, if we are duly prepared and approach Him in the right
    • it is the Christ who provides now for man the means of reconciliation
    • disappointed. Through the power of Christ and through the power
    • as for man, if he can find the right relation to the Christ, then it
    • Earth. At the centre of these sublime God Beings is the Christ Being,
    • therefore we speak of Christ to-day, we are speaking of One who can
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    • Christ and to the Mystery of Golgotha, already here upon the Earth,
    • can undergo it by virtue of the power of Christ which he has
    • that the word shall presently come true: the leadership of Christ
    • the Christ, calling man to universal, all-embracing love. Now this
    • Earth. Now however, since the Christ-Michael-leadership has begun,
    • working, and the love of Christ. And we shall then be enabled to
    • word of Christ: “My Kingdom is not of this world”. How
    • more and more, into a spiritual state. Christ's Kingdom is not as the
    • illumination and of human, Christ-filled love.
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    • The Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World,
    • Das Ereignis der Christus-Erscheinung in der Aetherischen Welt.
    • Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
    • Lecture III: Buddhism and Pauline Christianity
    • Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
    • Lecture VII: The Return of Christ
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    • CHRIST IN THE ETHERIC
    • Christ in the etheric.
    • Christ—Anthroposophical interpretations—Addresses,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Introduction
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    • the Christ being would gradually occur.
    • concerning the advent of the appearance of the Christ in the etheric
    • coming of the Christ, His appearance in the etheric, might go
    • people would flock, convinced that the Christ could reappear in
    • the new Christ revelation are described in the four lectures of 1917,
    • Christ event in our age. This means learning to understand and
    • Christ now lives, accessible to the whole of humanity.
    • Paul, the event of Ascension is described. It is related how Christ
    • was drawing near to the gates of Damascus. Not having known Christ on
    • appearance of Christ in the etheric, which will not depend on faith
    • Christ once lived on earth,
    • when Christ lived on the earth,
    • the Christ being will find in these lectures an elaboration of the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Publisher Note
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Contents
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    • Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
    • Buddhism and Pauline Christianity
    • The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
    • The Return of Christ
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World,
    • period in which John the Baptist worked, as well as the Christ. It
    • If, in the time of Christ Jesus, someone were to have
    • spiritual world, the divine being, the Christ, had to come down into
    • the physical, sensible world. This is the reason that Christ had to
    • through beholding the life and deeds of Christ on the physical earth,
    • kingdom of heaven, with the spiritual world. The period when Christ
    • connection with the Christ, all human connection with the spiritual
    • have continued to incarnate for a time without the Christ, but they
    • might have happened that the event of the appearance of Christ on
    • they knew of Christ in Rome at a certain period! You are perhaps also
    • Christ had walked upon the earth.
    • to live at that time and yet know nothing of the appearance of Christ
    • failed to notice the occurrence of the Christ event at the beginning
    • today, even as John the Baptist, as the forerunner of Christ, and
    • Christ Himself once let it resound: A new age is at hand, in which
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture II: Spiritual Science as Preparation for a New Etheric Vision
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    • at the time when Christ was walking about on earth, you will find the
    • before Christ Jesus walked on earth. Thus we see an age beginning
    • about 3,000 years before the Christ event, an age that has gradually
    • took place — the deed of Christ — we can then appreciate
    • Yuga as Christ descended to the earth? They had already been for more
    • one that was important not only for those who were with Christ
    • call the age when Christ lived and taught in Palestine an age of
    • passage in one of his works, described the Christians as a secret and
    • Christianity had spread over the southern regions of Europe, strange
    • knew nothing about Christianity except that it was a disturbing sect
    • Christianity was already in existence. It shows us how the most
    • of that age of transition in which Christ Jesus appeared? It is
    • the Baptist, quoted later by Christ: “Change the disposition of
    • It was for this reason that Christ had to descend and to
    • spiritual worlds within the physical world. Christ thus became the
    • Christ, you can find the path leading into the spiritual worlds. Only
    • This expression says to us that Christianity is not merely what books
    • words tell us that Christianity is not merely what is embraced today
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    • and Pauline Christianity
    • stream that came from Buddha and the one that arose from the Christ
    • future, and Christianity must be fructified by spiritual science. For
    • a time, Christianity had to set aside the teaching of reincarnation.
    • exoteric Christianity for certain universal pedagogical reasons. In
    • exactly what Christianity is intended to overcome. Once we have
    • Let us compare this conception with the Christ impulse
    • had brought him into this world. One speaks in a Christian sense,
    • This can occur when man takes the power of Christ into himself. When
    • “Go through incarnation, but imbue yourselves with Christ, and
    • years have passed since the Mystery of Golgotha, the Christ impulse
    • ancient wisdom that was still experienced in his time. The Christ
    • One must learn to declare, “Not I, but Christ in me!”
    • It is always said that Christ is constantly in our
    • Now, however, man must learn to behold Christ and to believe that
    • forces that now hinder him from beholding the Christ. Spiritual
    • “Not I, but Christ in me,” will be able to work with the
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    • last millennia before the founding of Christianity in a certain
    • connection with the millennia following Christ, in which we ourselves
    • Christianity, recur in a certain way after the founding of
    • Christianity.
    • founding of Christianity, it is seen that these three millennia
    • of Christianity. All that we at the present time designate as the
    • 3,000 years before the founding of Christianity, therefore, man
    • millennium prior to the founding of Christianity, in the age of
    • founding of Christianity in this way: we call the first millennium
    • distinguish Christ from Jahve other than as we distinguish the direct
    • Spirit Sun, in Christ, manifested itself beforehand as though
    • reflected. Jahve is the reflection that precedes Christ in time. Just
    • as moonlight is reflected sunlight, so did the Christ being reflect
    • being. Then He Himself appeared as the Christ Sun with the founding
    • of Christianity. We thus have the preparation for this great event in
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VI: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • Christ.
    • this was indicated in a similar way by Christ Jesus, but the most
    • which you will enter a relationship to the descended Christ. The
    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed the fulfillment of the
    • Gospels read, “When Christ saw the multitudes of people, He
    • Christ Jesus to His disciples — a man can become filled with
    • God by permeating himself with the God and Christ impulse and uniting
    • which was thus formed in a special way. Christ Jesus therefore said
    • Christ, to purify their astral bodies. The place in which the astral
    • higher development will receive in his I a hint of the Christ. He
    • here dealing with an occult document. Christ has promised everything,
    • as expression of the purified I. Christ said, therefore, “Blessed
    • warmth. Only through the deed of Christ is it brought down to earth
    • as the power of love and harmony. Therefore, Christ says, “Blessed
    • we find references also to the special mission of Christ Himself, in
    • the sentence that reads, “Christ's intimate disciples may
    • receive the Christ impulse directly into himself So it came to pass
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    • 3101 before Christ's appearance on earth. Until that time, there
    • incarnation of Christ that this possibility arose. All other great
    • to the astral body. In Christ alone do we find a divine-spiritual
    • the Christ incarnated Himself as the I within those sheaths so that
    • the I of every human being can have a connection with the Christ.
    • however, in contrast, the whole biography of Christ consists of facts
    • the Christ event can be grasped with our intellect, with our physical
    • it in Christ Himself through the medium of the senses. In order that
    • dark age of Kali Yuga, Christ had to descend to the physical plane.
    • be convinced that the Christ lived in the man from Nazareth. At the
    • clairvoyant consciousness: Christ exists! The people who will
    • receive direct knowledge of Christ. They will not require documentary
    • evidence in order to recognize Christ, but they will have direct
    • coming of Christ.” Christ will not be incarnated again in a
    • Christ incarnated on the physical plane when humanity
    • Human beings with etheric clairvoyance will thus behold the Christ
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • unrecognized. As the Christ had to have a forerunner, so spiritual
    • centuries; at the time of Christ the vernal equinox was in the
    • Christ in His etheric body. Without books and documents this great
    • event — the second coming of Christ — will take place for
    • made capable of uniting themselves with Christ. Whether these souls
    • Christ's appearance in the etheric thus has significance for all the
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IX: The Etherization of the Blood
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    • flowed from the wounds of Jesus Christ. This blood must not be
    • Golgotha, the etherized blood of Christ Jesus has lived in the ether
    • thus come to pass through Christ Jesus had not taken place, man's
    • Christ to flow together with the streamings from below upward, from
    • man, but the human bloodstream unites with the bloodstream of Christ
    • Christ impulse. Otherwise, there can be no union; the two streams
    • suitable for that epoch. At the time when Christ Jesus lived on
    • the etheric Christ in contradistinction to the physical Christ of
    • Christ enters into the life of the earth and will become visible, at
    • certain number of individuals will see the etheric Christ and will
    • moment when Christ draws near to them. In only a few decades from now
    • alert to this or that. The truth is that Christ has come to him,
    • knowing which way to turn. The door will open, and the etheric Christ
    • will appear and speak words of consolation to him. The Christ will
    • waiting, they will see the etheric Christ. He Himself will be there,
    • his soul through Christ, Who will now take hold of human culture and
    • positive forces. Christ brings constructive forces into human
    • by the fact that Christ necessarily lived for three years on the
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture X: Individual Spirit Beings and the Undivided