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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • laws we grasp it magnificently! A student of spiritual science is
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • laws we grasp it magnificently! A student of spiritual science is
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • brought prose and jurisprudence into the culture of later years. What
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • vision widens and Man grows into the heavens of the fixed stars. The
    • those olden days was one and the same thing. The wisdom in the
    • piling them up. In olden days one did not count in this way. A start
    • splendor and majesty of the starry sky was condensed into the abstract
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • brought prose and jurisprudence into the culture of later years. What
    • jurisprudence, all outer compartmentalization, all the prose of life,
    • moving, is expressed in the H hidden in each of the vowels. Consider,
    • vision widens and Man grows into the heavens of the fixed stars. The
    • those olden days was one and the same thing. The wisdom in the
    • piling them up. In olden days one did not count in this way. A start
    • splendor and majesty of the starry sky was condensed into the abstract
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • Seele, Ueber den Sinn der Lebens, Theosophische Moral, Anthroposophie
    • French philosopher Bergson, a man who certainly shows no tendency to
    • soul can conjure up what is hidden in its memories.
    • independent of the body. It is just as if hydrogen were to become
    • something we know to be independent of the body and with the world
    • The soul-spiritual core of our being, which is hidden in everyday life
    • pointing out that, though the plant seed in its dependence on outer
    • and principles of modern natural science. But spiritual science widens
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • are we thereby denying that Christ had been related to Jesus from
    • birth on? We would not deny this any more than we would deny that the
    • however, it only widens our earthly way of looking at things beyond
    • draw conclusions independent of their sensory perception. Is spiritual
    • science would like to widen their view to include cosmic spiritual
    • increasingly independent and inwardly ever more free. Therefore they
    • spiritual science confidently proclaims these ancient Christian truths
    • confidence in the human soul and has seen that it is most intimately
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • Seele, Ueber den Sinn der Lebens, Theosophische Moral, Anthroposophie
    • French philosopher Bergson, a man who certainly shows no tendency to
    • soul can conjure up what is hidden in its memories.
    • independent of the body. It is just as if hydrogen were to become
    • something we know to be independent of the body and with the world
    • The soul-spiritual core of our being, which is hidden in everyday life
    • pointing out that, though the plant seed in its dependence on outer
    • and principles of modern natural science. But spiritual science widens
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • are we thereby denying that Christ had been related to Jesus from
    • birth on? We would not deny this any more than we would deny that the
    • however, it only widens our earthly way of looking at things beyond
    • draw conclusions independent of their sensory perception. Is spiritual
    • science would like to widen their view to include cosmic spiritual
    • increasingly independent and inwardly ever more free. Therefore they
    • spiritual science confidently proclaims these ancient Christian truths
    • confidence in the human soul and has seen that it is most intimately
  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • student who is patient with the first lectures will be correspondingly
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • what we find in the Sankhya philosophy. The independence of each
    • primeval spiritual flow, which, growing ever denser and denser,
    • the increasingly dense sheaths within which the soul expresses itself.
    • liberation of the soul from outer forms, the path to an independent
    • separate on account of their spiritual tendencies how that which,
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • imagine Budhi as organised into independent, real, substantial forms,
    • detach themselves into drops, into independent globes, in these we
    • Sankaracharya. In the latter we can perfectly identify Manas with
    • densifies into the finer elements which live in the etheric or
    • production which arises when the sense substance densifies into finer
    • elements, into the etheric elements; and from the further densifying
    • Budhi that it realises its full independence, as it were, while within
    • enwrap its independence in a sort of sleep, envelop it in lassitude
    • belongs the old clairvoyance dependent upon the blood-relationship,
    • trouble-laden soul, he sees himself fighting against the Kurus, his
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • tendency would in all circumstances lead to a certain coldness of the
    • when we investigate a soul-tendency such as is presented here. The
    • have not become a burden to any, now that we laboured night and day
    • that we might not be a burden to any.” How personal all this is!
    • In olden times it was not thus. A man was then named according to what
    • Let us suppose that in olden times there was a man who, in the truest
    • Manu. When we come across designations pertaining to those olden
    • fleshly body was only accidental, and not the essential thing; that
    • descends from the Spirit, and in the olden times it was that alone
    • remember that in those olden times mankind lived with ideas and
    • that as a soul-being thou art independent of them all, then hast thou
    • But when a man has also become liberated from that tendency to
    • independent of his outward expression even as regards kindness and
    • represented in the Gita. Arjuna was uplifted suddenly at a bound, as
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • pre-Christian times it was still dependent, it was still, as it were,
    • spiritual light were hidden away in its innermost depths and as if the
    • Christ-Impulse lives in man, as if hidden in his inmost being, like a
    • a deadening, as it were, of external revelation. How was mankind
    • of that olden time would be astonished that we in our day hew out our
    • A man who in that olden time experienced what I have just described,
    • “The serpent is active within me,” said he. To perceive was therefore in the olden time something like this: “I rouse the serpent within me to a state of activity; I feel my serpent-nature.” What had to happen, so that the new age should come in, that the new method of
    • the olden times, continue to live contemporaneously, but can no longer
    • as free and independent ego, whereas formerly all that made man an ego
    • man should find his ego, his independence. And when the spiritual
    • clairvoyance of olden times depended upon the fact that the blood was,
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • his powers of understanding and his sense-realisations. But in olden
    • ourselves how, for instance, a number of Krishna students are to be
    • trodden by one who receives instructions from Krishna; the spiritual
    • path to Christ can be trodden by anyone, for Christ brought the
    • Christian denomination; on the contrary one can, just in our time,
    • a peculiar Christian denomination, this must be regarded as a special
    • calumny; for it is not a matter of starting from any denomination, but
    • Arisen One could appear in such a densified soul-form as he appeared
    • we shall find that in those olden times there was not yet that strict
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • condition. But that ‘organism’ is by no means identical with the
    • of the human organism that the warmth cannot be identified with the
    • according at least to external evidence, to place spatial limits
    • the Ego; we could have no clear realization of our identity. We should
    • a positive impression although not identical with the impressions of
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • hidden. Within the fluid organism — because everything in the
    • We regard the solid organism as the densest of all, as the one that
    • entirely hidden from ordinary consciousness, but it is there within
    • light within it; they have a deadening effect upon tone, and an
    • deaden the sources of Tone.
    • the other. They thought of the correspondences between these two
    • and the physical nature of the man are identical. This, of course,
    • physical sun, shall be kept hidden. That is why certain authorities
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • social life — without our identifying ourselves in thought with
    • respect of our world of thought we are entirely dependent upon the
    • complicated process in operation there remains just as hidden from
    • figures of the Golden King, the Silver King, and the Brazen King. We
    • head, which with its hard skull and tendency to ossification,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • through arm and hand, an energy that is evidenced by indentations that
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • for occult knowledge it is evident that the earth is not only what geologists
    • existence is suddenly induced by something to turn to spiritual
    • conversion out of sudden fear of death or hell: five percent claimed
    • other evidence is unsound, or as they claim, rests on subjective
    • period we also live outside our habitual national identity. Only
    • identity little by little during his stay in kamaloka. There he
    • live in Stuttgart before moving to Dornach. He worked as a gardener in
    • thinking that a terrible accident had happened. This afternoon a
    • and fell on him. Nobody had noticed the accident, not even the
    • the place of the accident.” I have told you this externally tragic
    • When spirit-conscious souls down here harken to the hidden sounds of
    • in unserer schicksalstragenden Zeit” (“Supersensible
    • schicksalstragenden Zeit”, (“From a Time of Destiny”)
    • negotiated in 1897 by President Faure of France and Czar Nicolas II
    • (Complete Works), Bibl.-No. 1. Cf. the correspondence between
    • und ein Denker und ein Mensch” (“Robert Hamerling, the Poet, the
    • Munich, February 1915, p.623-631, Muth refers to his correspondence
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • through arm and hand, an energy that is evidenced by indentations that
    • golden veins down in the rock depression to wind around Ahriman's body
    • for occult knowledge it is evident that the earth is not only what geologists
    • existence is suddenly induced by something to turn to spiritual
    • conversion out of sudden fear of death or hell: five percent claimed
    • other evidence is unsound, or as they claim, rests on subjective
    • period we also live outside our habitual national identity. Only
    • identity little by little during his stay in kamaloka. There he
    • live in Stuttgart before moving to Dornach. He worked as a gardener in
    • thinking that a terrible accident had happened. This afternoon a
    • and fell on him. Nobody had noticed the accident, not even the
    • the place of the accident.” I have told you this externally tragic
    • When spirit-conscious souls down here harken to the hidden sounds of
    • in unserer schicksalstragenden Zeit” (“Supersensible
    • schicksalstragenden Zeit”, (“From a Time of Destiny”)
    • negotiated in 1897 by President Faure of France and Czar Nicolas II
    • (Complete Works), Bibl.-No. 1. Cf. the correspondence between
    • und ein Denker und ein Mensch” (“Robert Hamerling, the Poet, the
    • Munich, February 1915, p.623-631, Muth refers to his correspondence
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • strikingly evident in these Munich performances that it is not the aim
    • themselves into the work. It is also evident from the fact that in the
    • of thought and feeling, a widening of knowledge in the different
    • years go by, it is more and more evident that ears and hearts and
    • it became evident at once that the time must be put to a different
    • denied that the moment attention has to be drawn to a matter like
    • of Theosophy? Do we deny that a man lived 105 years before our era,
    • do not deny it. Or do we deny that a great Individuality dwelt in that
    • being? We do not. Neither do we deny that this being may reincarnate
    • be good-will but denial of truth! Good-will must be accompanied by
    • rate it reminds me of an amusing incident which once took place in the
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • EVIDENCES OF BYGONE AGES IN MODERN CIVILISATION
    • This incident led to friendship between the big man and the little
    • the little man found the big man something of a burden and told him
    • stories is identical. This sense of “togetherness” with the
    • sounds like a fairy-tale echoing from olden time ... Man comes down
    • that the Atlantean would in any sense have denied the existence of the
    • there will, obviously, be less evidence of this natural communion with
    • form of narrating how a Star-being suddenly resolves to incarnate as
    • evolution, accepts them as self-evident. Understanding of Spiritual
    • be received into the souls of men because of increasing evidence that
    • path, can be applied even in the most hidden recesses of spiritual and
    • olden times but will illumine it, vivify it with what the more recent,
    • the Atlantean wisdom hidden in the deepest strata of their
    • Movement with which we identify ourselves. It is simply an untruth
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • rises out of hidden depths of the soul where man is wiser than he is
    • That is what I mean when I say that when feeling rises out of hidden
    • and the reasoning mind which have to develop independence in the
    • be regarded as fortuitous, accidental? Is not that in itself
    • “chance”; he can see in them no immediate evidence of the
    • Earth-evolution conceal all evidence of law, seeming to be pure
    • that what cannot, by its very nature, appear to him as an evidence of
    • rigid conformity to law, appears, finally, as evidence of spiritual
    • “chance” when there is definite evidence of a psychic
    • in this case there is evidence of an influence which might be termed
    • if you are willing to probe thoroughly into incidents suggesting the
    • quoted, which provide striking evidence that occurrences attributed to
    • where no psychical factor is in evidence and which may therefore
    • bold enough to deny natural laws than to those who recognise them If
    • I mention these incidents — there are many others as well so that
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • independently of everything men have hitherto known concerning the
    • When my book Theosophy first appeared many years ago, independent
    • directed to the spiritual world quite independently of any tradition.
    • twilight denoting the disappearance of the old clairvoyance and the
    • human form becomes an “Imagination.” In those olden days,
    • the light which illumines the path to the Spirit trodden by mankind
    • epoch. It is clearly perceptible, and permits of no denial, that this
    • period of childhood, quite independently of the external organisation
    • “ I ” which is thus made free and independent of the outer
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • Shades.” This indicates that in an epoch of golden prime on the
    • “Socrates” or “Raphael,” but denotes a rank. The
    • again, but in a new form and through a new impulse. In olden times,
    • closely, we shall be able to identify the figure of the man with the
    • when he visited the Dresden Gallery for the first time, was a strange
    • however, what he had heard from the officials of the Dresden Gallery
    • coming of the Sistine Madonna to Dresden was not crowned with triumph!
    • Conception, a form of Christianity independent of all differences of
    • inter-denominational Christianity, conveyed by this wonderful
    • Art and a distinguished student of Raphael, speaks of the painter.
    • Denn, was sie nimmer kannten — war ein Kreuz!
    • Sie sahn den Kampf nicht und sein blutig Zeichen,
    • Sie sahn den Sieg allein und seinen Kranz!
    • Sie sahn den Sturm nicht mit den Wetterstreichen,
    • In garden fair they set the Cross of Stone —
    • Thus stands the Cross of Golgotha, resplendent,
    • Its form all hidden 'neath a rosy veil!
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • As students of Spiritual Science, we do not ask about the
    • made manifest which, while differing in many essentials, is identical
    • slavery as it was in Greece. Nobody will deny that the greatest of all
    • widen and to gather from every side, knowledge that can shed light on
    • way into mankind, free from every trace of denominationalism —
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • A certain consciousness existed, especially in olden times, of what
    • has come to pass in the evolution of mankind. Olden times, of course,
    • eventually made its way into the West; evidences of such consciousness
    • heritage that has come to us from the olden days of Atlantis, when
    • indeed. To our astonishment we find widespread evidence of knowledge
    • the advice of his father Prometheus, Deukalion builds a wooden chest;
    • period comes the flood, denoting among manifold peoples, a condition
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • being wakens in the morning is dependent upon the earthly body; and
    • memory or remembrances — which are not to be identified with the
    • independent. As lifeless forms — which actually go forth as forms
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • certain respect acquire independent existence, independent reality.
    • the case and nobody with an eye for such things will deny it) there
    • that is dependent on the physical body; memory and remembrance which
    • are dependent upon the ether-body; and karma, whereby a man can make
    • being and lead an independent existence, are nevertheless closely
    • least, to find evidence in the different lives of what, admittedly,
    • can only be actually discovered by occult research. This evidence can
    • that whereas in olden times, leadership was vested more in persons, in
    • “the world rolls onwards like a wheel; in olden days there were
    • olden times been an affair of one or another particular centre of
    • must be recognised and identified. The very operations of occult
    • all the antecedents of Christianity were brought to a kind of climax
    • identical with the Mystery of Golgotha but to be thought of as a
    • wait, in the same way as was necessary in olden times, for the coming
    • happens. As world-evolution progresses, the factor of independent
    • way to the spiritual world, if this is made dependent upon the
    • own power, independently of physical circumstances. And it will be a
    • England today the President of the Theosophical Society should be
  • Title: Lecture: Contents
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    • II Evidences of Bygone Ages in Modern Civilisation.
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • Providence, guide and leader of human existence, inaugurated, even
    • with, be hidden for a time from the portion of humanity destined to
    • widening the ideas and giving them life so that they might conform to
    • spite of hidden attacks, the spirit of such a Movement might be
    • the listeners with unprecedented grandeur, in the light of Christian
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    • denser, as though one of the little angels had flown out of the clouds
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    • but was condensed only to an etheric condition. This earth-formation
    • period during which the earth unburdened itself of the moon and its
    • allowing this light to go forth, would suddenly have appeared
    • densified, though not yet coming to a firm mineral consistency. A good
    • outlines as today. If we picture ourselves walking through a dense fog
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    • not vanish suddenly, but was still present in many of the men who took
    • present-day physical body; it was not quite identical, but it was like
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    • lower one. The plants have hardened into stone.
    • became denser; it descended into the condition of matter and the
    • various heavenly bodies condensed out of it. Sun, Moon, and Earth
    • as the Earth. The word had become continually denser, had taken on
    • ever denser forms, and the picture of man in the primeval seed of the
    • earth was already a condensation of the condition in which the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 5
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    • condensation of the gases the light grew ever stronger, so that
    • warmest, most ardent, feeling of love is invisibly present in the
    • water today are relics of those men, although naturally in a decadent
    • was also the time when the water-core of the earth condensed more and
    • the earth grew denser through the departure of the moon; on the other
    • condensation of the earth, the water-man slowly acquired the
    • Man hardened himself within himself. Thereby he transformed his upper
    • A mighty cosmic event is hidden in the Egyptian myth that allows
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    • its physical substances appears in large part inferior, even decadent,
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    • sun was still in the earth. Now the earth condensed to a water-earth
    • and the densest forms, the animals, swam in this water-earth.
    • off, whenever such a human form (already considerably condensed) was
    • peopled by men whose lower bodily form was becoming denser, in harmony
    • formation above the spine, the present head-region, had condensed and
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • decadence as the present amphibians, but man once had such forms in
    • then had is preserved in a decadent form in the snake. The time when
    • abandoning the animal form and beginning to condense his spiritual
    • is a decadent form. What was governed principally by the physical body
    • of cosmic evolution are hidden in these myths.
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    • the Persian culture felt the physical to be not merely a burden, but a
    • The Egyptian had confidence in the laws that man could find in the
    • was imprinted upon the physical plane, about the correspondence
    • citizen, and it was among them that jurisprudence, the science
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    • independent there. In the Devachanic life he feels like a limb, like
    • independence. But he already cooperates in the cosmos; he works on the
    • Here we must touch on something that can be said only among students
    • physical world. But as the earth condensed and man took on ever denser
    • forms, Wotan said, “No, I shall not go into this dense
    • finds it impossible to feel its way into Buddhism, to identify itself
    • of the Atlantean time and incarnated in him who incidentally was also
    • became more self-reliant, a hardening of the bony system set in. The
    • more independent man became, the more his bony system hardened and the
    • bright and clear. It is precisely the hardened matter of the human
    • astral body was darkened and lost its golden flow. This was lost more
    • recapture the astral body in its pristine golden flow. The quest for
    • the Golden Fleece was one of the probations of the Egyptian
    • still had a golden sheen. In the water-earth, man's astral body was
    • permeated with golden light. The search for the astral body is
    • we must bring the quest for the Golden Fleece into connection with the
    • inwardly: the journey after the Golden Fleece, the achieving of the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • into decadence. The situation is different in another realm of
    • of spirit or soul becomes more and more decadent.
    • into the higher worlds, these decadent forms have little interest,
    • are led into the astral world, such decadent forms approach them. The
    • last decadent offspring of the Sphinx. This apparition is called by
    • a descendent of the ancient Sphinx, and as the ancient Sphinx put
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    • As a man became more initiated, freed himself more from dependence on
    • worlds. It is not important that the student should simply know the
    • to allow nothing to disturb our confidence in it.
    • of a spiritual world-view may preserve the confidence of the first
    • the future. This we may feel confidently and without arrogance, firm
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • These two poles become evident when we observe a person placed in two
    • When we penetrate more deeply into this question it becomes evident
    • is dependent upon help coming from the Macrocosm.
    • suddenly someone has come near to help him, to make him alert to this
    • identity to humanity in the thirty-third year of his life. As Christ
    • densification of matter. If one were able to etherealise material
    • possible to keep hidden very much longer — is generated. It can
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    • These two poles become evident when we observe a person placed in two
    • When we penetrate more deeply into this question it becomes evident
    • is dependent upon help coming from the Macrocosm.
    • suddenly someone has come near to help him, to make him alert to this
    • identity to humanity in the thirty-third year of his life. As Christ
    • densification of matter. If one were able to etherealise material
    • possible to keep hidden very much longer — is generated. It can
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • tendencies to evil. We must, in the first place, altogether abstract
    • tendencies to evil — are subconsciously present in all men.
    • himself the tendencies to evil. Radically, but none the less truly, spoken,
    • receiving them he implants in himself the seed, the tendency to
    • It can scarcely be denied — if we cultivate the symptomatic
    • almost word-for-word identical with sentences in Hermann Grimm. Again,
    • dependence on the third Hierarchy — on the Angels, Archangels and
    • the tendencies making for social separation have to be overcome, and
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    • tendencies to evil. We must, in the first place, altogether abstract
    • tendencies to evil — are subconsciously present in all men.
    • himself the tendencies to evil. Radically, but none the less truly, spoken,
    • receiving them he implants in himself the seed, the tendency to
    • It can scarcely be denied — if we cultivate the symptomatic
    • almost word-for-word identical with sentences in Hermann Grimm. Again,
    • dependence on the third Hierarchy — on the Angels, Archangels and
    • the tendencies making for social separation have to be overcome, and
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • becoming independently self-seeking, would have rent asunder the
    • Himself in an archangel. It is the dragon, trodden under foot, that has
    • gather this from corroborative evidence. If you ask me how it happens
    • students of selflessness, that Christ may live within us so that we may
    • dependent upon our natural ability, just as what we do physically is not
    • dependent alone upon our talents but also upon the muscular strength of
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    • own independent life within us. In ordinary normal conditions this is not
    • becoming independently self-seeking, would have rent asunder the
    • Himself in an archangel. It is the dragon, trodden under foot, that has
    • gather this from corroborative evidence. If you ask me how it happens
    • students of selflessness, that Christ may live within us so that we may
    • dependent upon our natural ability, just as what we do physically is not
    • dependent alone upon our talents but also upon the muscular strength of
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    • lecture from The Golden Blade. 1978. The editor's permission
    • mit der Welt- und Erdentwicklung,
    • the tendency to descend into physical embodiment. We see him there as
    • ether body; but as they do so they become rays, rays with a tendency
    • astral body has a tendency to meet inwardly, just as the radiations of
    • This intimate correspondence of the astral body with the etheric body
    • independently and yet side by side for modern consciousness today, are
    • Naturally, all that takes place in the heart is far more hidden than
    • tendency to go under; nor could they ever keep themselves intact, even
    • he has only the tendency for what he has done on earth to be
    • from the cosmos and retains the tendency, after our death, to give
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    • lecture from The Golden Blade. 1978. The editor's permission
    • mit der Welt- und Erdentwicklung,
    • the tendency to descend into physical embodiment. We see him there as
    • ether body; but as they do so they become rays, rays with a tendency
    • astral body has a tendency to meet inwardly, just as the radiations of
    • This intimate correspondence of the astral body with the etheric body
    • independently and yet side by side for modern consciousness today, are
    • Naturally, all that takes place in the heart is far more hidden than
    • tendency to go under; nor could they ever keep themselves intact, even
    • he has only the tendency for what he has done on earth to be
    • from the cosmos and retains the tendency, after our death, to give
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    • Only today are those questions taking on tangible form. Prime evidence of
    • enmeshed at the present time. These questions become especially evident
    • joy in work would be clouded. Life would be felt a burden.
    • which eventually becomes the earth, and as a densifying globe it passes
    • only at the beginning of its development, it is intelligible, nay self-evident,
    • spiritual perception by our natural environment. It is like suddenly
    • earth is followed up further, it will become evident that the earth body,
    • acclaimed as self evident, were considered ridiculous at the outset. In the
    • and independent activity in the bodily processes not present up to that
    • mean by declaring that the ego does not display independent activity until the
    • fourth stage of life, since it is evident that we must be indebted to this
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • be attained by man's own powers of perception. Such truths he denominates
    • “Praeambula Fidei.” These include all truths dependent upon the
    • strengthen the confidence of any individual who deems it a duty to enlist in
    • will also appear to be that individual's bounden duty never to desist, in
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    • Only today are those questions taking on tangible form. Prime evidence of
    • enmeshed at the present time. These questions become especially evident
    • joy in work would be clouded. Life would be felt a burden.
    • which eventually becomes the earth, and as a densifying globe it passes
    • only at the beginning of its development, it is intelligible, nay self-evident,
    • spiritual perception by our natural environment. It is like suddenly
    • earth is followed up further, it will become evident that the earth body,
    • acclaimed as self evident, were considered ridiculous at the outset. In the
    • and independent activity in the bodily processes not present up to that
    • mean by declaring that the ego does not display independent activity until the
    • fourth stage of life, since it is evident that we must be indebted to this
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • who denounce him as a visionary and quite unfamiliar with scientific thought.
    • be attained by man's own powers of perception. Such truths he denominates
    • “Praeambula Fidei.” These include all truths dependent upon the
    • strengthen the confidence of any individual who deems it a duty to enlist in
    • will also appear to be that individual's bounden duty never to desist, in
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    • any means under any sort of dependence upon another. Nobody evaluates
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • essential for this comprehension. The golden rule is this, “Live your
    • contains is the one expressed here in the golden rule.
    • It is evident that the supposition inherent in this golden rule
    • the thought that this sorrow or accident has not occurred by some
    • illusion. The golden rule applying here is that, before even taking
    • temple of initiation, are not dependent on time and space. They belong
    • arrived to let the sentences rise resplendent again and again in
    • begins to perceive the great, eternal truths. Then, suddenly the world
    • intensity and emphasis. They are: Self-confidence paired with
    • instruction: “The statement that the student
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    • any means under any sort of dependence upon another. Nobody evaluates
    • confronts each person. There is one golden rule that must be followed
    • essential for this comprehension. The golden rule is this, “Live your
    • contains is the one expressed here in the golden rule.
    • It is evident that the supposition inherent in this golden rule
    • the thought that this sorrow or accident has not occurred by some
    • illusion. The golden rule applying here is that, before even taking
    • temple of initiation, are not dependent on time and space. They belong
    • arrived to let the sentences rise resplendent again and again in
    • begins to perceive the great, eternal truths. Then, suddenly the world
    • intensity and emphasis. They are: Self-confidence paired with
    • instruction: “The statement that the student
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    • growth-forces as well as in those hidden forces through which
    • the tendency to form tumor-like accumulations in the body and then to
    • exudative, tumor-like, but then have the tendency to run their course
    • which hardens and finally falls to pieces (in healing, of course,
    • the tendency for our organism to harden toward the inside in a
    • = one freezes: a formation of inner hardening —
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    • growth-forces as well as in those hidden forces through which
    • the tendency to form tumor-like accumulations in the body and then to
    • exudative, tumor-like, but then have the tendency to run their course
    • which hardens and finally falls to pieces (in healing, of course,
    • the tendency for our organism to harden toward the inside in a
    • = one freezes: a formation of inner hardening —
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    • clairvoyant experiences of the soul as it lives independently of the
    • life is an ascending one, completely dependent upon the body.
    • way, independently of man. A Being must have taken into himself what
    • Christ, did it not identify itself with the power of Christ, Christ
    • Christ unless it identifies itself with Him? Yet the opposite thought
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    • clairvoyant experiences of the soul as it lives independently of the
    • life is an ascending one, completely dependent upon the body.
    • way, independently of man. A Being must have taken into himself what
    • Christ, did it not identify itself with the power of Christ, Christ
    • Christ unless it identifies itself with Him? Yet the opposite thought
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    • force of reproduction, so is the hidden spiritual interaction between
    • from olden time, through which the Mystery was understood This wisdom
    • its decadence, even the remaining rags and tatters of it, are
    • Tritt nicht ein in mein Erdendasein.
    • Ich werde es aber wieder finden,
    • Guten Willens fur den Geist,
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    • force of reproduction, so is the hidden spiritual interaction between
    • from olden time, through which the Mystery was understood This wisdom
    • its decadence, even the remaining rags and tatters of it, are
    • Tritt nicht ein in mein Erdendasein.
    • Ich werde es aber wieder finden,
    • Guten Willens fur den Geist,
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    • January 1940 No. 3-4, this seems to be a condensed
    • possessed it. Their physical body was far more hardened than that of man
    • everything has therefore grown more and more hardened as far as man's
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • less conspicuous. The human physiognomy is now strongly dependent upon
    • moulded at the present time, shall then have grown rigid. The tendency
    • realities, but they have the tendency to become realities.
    • if everything is left to follow the tendencies of that world-conception
    • body, its strength should be evident through the fact that we learn to
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    • January 1940 No. 3-4, this seems to be a condensed
    • possessed it. Their physical body was far more hardened than that of man
    • everything has therefore grown more and more hardened as far as man's
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • less conspicuous. The human physiognomy is now strongly dependent upon
    • moulded at the present time, shall then have grown rigid. The tendency
    • realities, but they have the tendency to become realities.
    • if everything is left to follow the tendencies of that world-conception
    • body, its strength should be evident through the fact that we learn to
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    • These skeptics often say that perhaps one who has developed hidden soul
    • that throughout the entire school year the student will be unable to spend
    • student is to be examined in. No wonder the prevailing opinion of the
    • student often is one of wanting to forget as soon as possible what he has
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • represent the subordination of the etheric to the physical body, and denote
    • certainly could not be applied if the existence of this body were denied.
    • in the education of the child. If a father, for example, denies a wish of his
    • pupil to deny himself the wishes in such a way that the child becomes
    • aware of the denial. There is a strong imitative impulse at work here in
    • evident that he will follow the example of his elders and also deny
    • In contrast, however, suppose that I stand alone and quite independently
    • make ourselves independent of what confronts us, the better. Thus it is
    • good to practice self-denial in not considering bad in our fellow-men the
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    • These skeptics often say that perhaps one who has developed hidden soul
    • that throughout the entire school year the student will be unable to spend
    • student is to be examined in. No wonder the prevailing opinion of the
    • student often is one of wanting to forget as soon as possible what he has
    • the nervous tendencies will disappear. In such cases, life itself
    • represent the subordination of the etheric to the physical body, and denote
    • certainly could not be applied if the existence of this body were denied.
    • in the education of the child. If a father, for example, denies a wish of his
    • pupil to deny himself the wishes in such a way that the child becomes
    • aware of the denial. There is a strong imitative impulse at work here in
    • evident that he will follow the example of his elders and also deny
    • In contrast, however, suppose that I stand alone and quite independently
    • make ourselves independent of what confronts us, the better. Thus it is
    • good to practice self-denial in not considering bad in our fellow-men the
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    • immediately evident to you if you think of the fact that the metabolism is
    • That is directly evident also in anatomy. Just look at how the legs are
    • get a white smoke which can then condense on the walls and becomes
    • which first arises out of the combustion process and condenses on the
    • denies its mineral nature. It gets crystalline threads, so that even the
    • evident through anthroposophy which remedies one needs to apply and
    • courage to heal.” It is evident that this courage to heal is necessary,
    • processes of illness are present in a hidden way somewhere. Before one
    • soul-spiritual influences; rather, they include them. You have evidence of
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    • immediately evident to you if you think of the fact that the metabolism is
    • That is directly evident also in anatomy. Just look at how the legs are
    • get a white smoke which can then condense on the walls and becomes
    • which first arises out of the combustion process and condenses on the
    • denies its mineral nature. It gets crystalline threads, so that even the
    • evident through anthroposophy which remedies one needs to apply and
    • courage to heal.” It is evident that this courage to heal is necessary,
    • processes of illness are present in a hidden way somewhere. Before one
    • soul-spiritual influences; rather, they include them. You have evidence of
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    • Man has made himself independent of those forces which spiritually flow
    • upright he made himself independent of the first stream. If he had
    • Christ is denied, the power of Memory would fall into disorder. More
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    • Man has made himself independent of those forces which spiritually flow
    • upright he made himself independent of the first stream. If he had
    • Christ is denied, the power of Memory would fall into disorder. More
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    • must be no dogmatic beliefs or any tendency to accept teaching simply
    • cannot deny that the world is full of both. This, says Soloviev,
    • to understand the world with your ordinary mind. You can never deny
    • his identity first. If a being claiming to be God were to appear, we
    • should not believe him. He would have to prove his identity by
    • world. God cannot prove his identity through what is in the world, for
    • then, can he prove his identity? Only by showing, when he comes into
    • his identity. But Christ did so, inasmuch as He has risen, inasmuch as
    • God, proves His identity. Soloviev goes on to say: Nothing in the
    • to establish His identity, but rather we seek for God everywhere, in
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    • must be no dogmatic beliefs or any tendency to accept teaching simply
    • cannot deny that the world is full of both. This, says Soloviev,
    • to understand the world with your ordinary mind. You can never deny
    • his identity first. If a being claiming to be God were to appear, we
    • should not believe him. He would have to prove his identity by
    • world. God cannot prove his identity through what is in the world, for
    • then, can he prove his identity? Only by showing, when he comes into
    • his identity. But Christ did so, inasmuch as He has risen, inasmuch as
    • God, proves His identity. Soloviev goes on to say: Nothing in the
    • to establish His identity, but rather we seek for God everywhere, in
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    • not agitating in favor of particular tendencies, nor are we trying
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
    • our lives if we become bound by and dependent upon our bodies
    • freedom and become dependent upon our bodies if we ignore what is
    • against an internal obstacle if it is denied the opportunity to
    • independent and more inclined to develop inwardly. He will become
    • spiritual horizon can be widened through a vegetarian diet, thus
    • in certain areas of science would perspectives be widened if
    • independently out of his astral body. Men are beings who are not
    • dependent on themselves alone. Rather are they placed within the
    • forces. What I mean can be seen in the tendency of gossips at a
    • manner. He can contribute toward the unfolding of free, independent
    • undermines his invisible independence. In so doing he makes himself
    • life, we can strive to become free and independent. Then the food
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    • not agitating in favor of particular tendencies, nor are we trying
    • must be confident that when a person has perceived the truth of
    • our lives if we become bound by and dependent upon our bodies
    • freedom and become dependent upon our bodies if we ignore what is
    • against an internal obstacle if it is denied the opportunity to
    • independent and more inclined to develop inwardly. He will become
    • spiritual horizon can be widened through a vegetarian diet, thus
    • in certain areas of science would perspectives be widened if
    • independently out of his astral body. Men are beings who are not
    • dependent on themselves alone. Rather are they placed within the
    • forces. What I mean can be seen in the tendency of gossips at a
    • manner. He can contribute toward the unfolding of free, independent
    • undermines his invisible independence. In so doing he makes himself
    • life, we can strive to become free and independent. Then the food
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • the sun and the mystery of Christ as the decadent present-day
    • condensation, as it were, of the thin cloud substance. Created out of an
    • has had the tendency to lose this power of Isis, this power of Mary. It has
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    • the sun and the mystery of Christ as the decadent present-day
    • condensation, as it were, of the thin cloud substance. Created out of an
    • has had the tendency to lose this power of Isis, this power of Mary. It has
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    • Erdenwissen und Himmelserkenntnis.
    • himself suddenly at a stand. He had a world of inner pictures, varied,
    • is always dependent on the subhuman. What was seen by that high form of
    • origin of divine providence. Of this the earthly, perceptible world is
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    • Erdenwissen und Himmelserkenntnis.
    • himself suddenly at a stand. He had a world of inner pictures, varied,
    • is always dependent on the subhuman. What was seen by that high form of
    • origin of divine providence. Of this the earthly, perceptible world is
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • sleep. They are hidden within the being of man; they go to sleep within
    • denominations, that they despise material existence instead of understanding
    • a student of standardized education, the kind that follows the rules, then
    • any kind of dependency of thought life on economics or on the life of the
    • will only arise again when we work out of an independent life of thought.
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    • sleep. They are hidden within the being of man; they go to sleep within
    • denominations, that they despise material existence instead of understanding
    • a student of standardized education, the kind that follows the rules, then
    • any kind of dependency of thought life on economics or on the life of the
    • will only arise again when we work out of an independent life of thought.
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    • hold of the whole human being and making him entirely dependent on
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • might say: a “latent tendency” is always there for one man
    • Therefore in the relationship between people a tendency is shown for
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • tendency to sleep always develops in you so that you may experience
    • happens in the meeting between people — a tendency to fall asleep, a
    • tendency to keep awake. In this situation a tendency to keep awake has
    • or Consciousness Soul in which man must become independent. But on
    • are indeed the pillars on which personal independence rests. At
    • will balance this anti-social evolutionary tendency. The anti-social
    • anti-social evolutionary tendency of humanity in the Fifth
    • it good or bad, it is connected with the necessary tendencies of
    • understand the evolutionary tendency. It is not a matter of finding
    • independence, but that social forms provide a balance to this
    • independence. Otherwise neither the individual nor society can develop
    • anti-social tendency is of the utmost importance to understand because
    • that in this Fifth Post-Atlantean Period there is a tendency to take no
    • striven for in our present time. For the present has the tendency
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    • hold of the whole human being and making him entirely dependent on
    • basis of social life and which, when broadened, is really the
    • might say: a “latent tendency” is always there for one man
    • Therefore in the relationship between people a tendency is shown for
    • evident to one who studies the realities of life. Above all things,
    • tendency to establish social impulses consists in, and expresses
    • tendency to sleep always develops in you so that you may experience
    • happens in the meeting between people — a tendency to fall asleep, a
    • tendency to keep awake. In this situation a tendency to keep awake has
    • or Consciousness Soul in which man must become independent. But on
    • are indeed the pillars on which personal independence rests. At
    • will balance this anti-social evolutionary tendency. The anti-social
    • anti-social evolutionary tendency of humanity in the Fifth
    • it good or bad, it is connected with the necessary tendencies of
    • understand the evolutionary tendency. It is not a matter of finding
    • independence, but that social forms provide a balance to this
    • independence. Otherwise neither the individual nor society can develop
    • anti-social tendency is of the utmost importance to understand because
    • that in this Fifth Post-Atlantean Period there is a tendency to take no
    • striven for in our present time. For the present has the tendency
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    • The Golden Blade, 1954.
    • soul belonging to earlier centuries — by those decadent Nibelung
    • order in civilised humanity. Fundamentally speaking, the tendency
    • out-and-out phrasemonger as Wildenbruch! In the course of years I have
    • often mentioned an incident which listeners may have thought trivial,
    • ardent admirer of Frederick the Great and pictured him as a Germanic
    • life by emancipating it, making it independent of and separate from
    • tendentious historiography of the immediate past, with its bias
    • relationships surviving from olden times against the political State,
    • shows unmistakably how Roman influences in the form of jurisprudence
    • does not merely think of jurisprudence in the abstract, but, with sound
    • jurisprudence in literature and in science.
    • jurisprudence current in the modern age. The book written by Ihering on the
    • endeavouring to apply the concepts he had acquired to jurisprudence —
    • of the Angles and Saxons are dependent upon what had developed
    • reality is becoming more and more evident, manifests in different
    • as they were in the olden days. In our own time, the souls are
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    • The Golden Blade, 1954.
    • soul belonging to earlier centuries — by those decadent Nibelung
    • order in civilised humanity. Fundamentally speaking, the tendency
    • out-and-out phrasemonger as Wildenbruch! In the course of years I have
    • often mentioned an incident which listeners may have thought trivial,
    • ardent admirer of Frederick the Great and pictured him as a Germanic
    • life by emancipating it, making it independent of and separate from
    • tendentious historiography of the immediate past, with its bias
    • relationships surviving from olden times against the political State,
    • shows unmistakably how Roman influences in the form of jurisprudence
    • does not merely think of jurisprudence in the abstract, but, with sound
    • jurisprudence in literature and in science.
    • jurisprudence current in the modern age. The book written by Ihering on the
    • endeavouring to apply the concepts he had acquired to jurisprudence —
    • of the Angles and Saxons are dependent upon what had developed
    • reality is becoming more and more evident, manifests in different
    • as they were in the olden days. In our own time, the souls are
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    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • the same time denuded qualitatively — it becomes abstract. In feeling
    • rejection or denial. Everything we negate in life, everything the
    • correct to depict the eye as an independent entity; what takes place
    • form which denies the sun.
    • ruins of olden times, intent upon building again out of these ruins
    • darkness. Yes, the Palladium goes to the East, where the decadence of
    • its future removal to the East when the East, denuded of the ancient
    • wisdom, will have fallen into utter decadence; and they tell of the
    • come from the East, for the East is in decadence. Nevertheless the
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    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • the same time denuded qualitatively — it becomes abstract. In feeling
    • rejection or denial. Everything we negate in life, everything the
    • correct to depict the eye as an independent entity; what takes place
    • form which denies the sun.
    • ruins of olden times, intent upon building again out of these ruins
    • darkness. Yes, the Palladium goes to the East, where the decadence of
    • its future removal to the East when the East, denuded of the ancient
    • wisdom, will have fallen into utter decadence; and they tell of the
    • come from the East, for the East is in decadence. Nevertheless the
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    • This lecture is from the Golden Blade, 1949. There is no GA# associated
    • science. This will be particularly evident when we come to consider
    • men of olden times, on the one hand with the knowledge of the inner
    • In olden times, these two aims — knowledge of Nature and knowledge of
    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • present-day mankind. What man meant in olden times when he spoke of
    • What was it of which the men of olden times were afraid? What was it
    • concerning the men of olden times, and how they thought about the
    • olden times, however, this heliocentric conception of the world was a
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • has in the course of evolution been pushed across what was for Olden
    • natural science, as I think will have been evident from the example we
    • How was it that men of olden times feared knowledge which today is the
    • thoughts too from the external world. He had not yet the independence
    • something that acts independently. In doing so he has placed himself
    • instinct; free, on the other hand, where we have grown independent of
    • is, so to speak, incidental. He sees himself hurled through universal
    • strengthening of self-consciousness. Rather had it the tendency to
    • senses, has contributed to the achievements of thought. In olden times
    • We see, then, what it was men feared in olden times for the pupil who
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    • This lecture is from the Golden Blade, 1949. There is no GA# associated
    • science. This will be particularly evident when we come to consider
    • men of olden times, on the one hand with the knowledge of the inner
    • In olden times, these two aims — knowledge of Nature and knowledge of
    • the expressions which in olden times could be used to describe intimate
    • present-day mankind. What man meant in olden times when he spoke of
    • What was it of which the men of olden times were afraid? What was it
    • concerning the men of olden times, and how they thought about the
    • olden times, however, this heliocentric conception of the world was a
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • has in the course of evolution been pushed across what was for Olden
    • natural science, as I think will have been evident from the example we
    • How was it that men of olden times feared knowledge which today is the
    • thoughts too from the external world. He had not yet the independence
    • something that acts independently. In doing so he has placed himself
    • instinct; free, on the other hand, where we have grown independent of
    • is, so to speak, incidental. He sees himself hurled through universal
    • strengthening of self-consciousness. Rather had it the tendency to
    • senses, has contributed to the achievements of thought. In olden times
    • We see, then, what it was men feared in olden times for the pupil who
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    • exercise the students' faculties of thinking, feeling and willing.
    • is to exercise the students' faculties of thinking, feeling
    • The man who is untruthful denies his spiritual past; the liar severs
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    • exercise the students' faculties of thinking, feeling and willing.
    • is to exercise the students' faculties of thinking, feeling
    • The man who is untruthful denies his spiritual past; the liar severs
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    • science of humanity in olden times, we find its content essentially
    • mathematical abstraction; and in like manner the inner must be widened
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    • science of humanity in olden times, we find its content essentially
    • mathematical abstraction; and in like manner the inner must be widened
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    • course you know the other incident which occurred in the Bavarian
    • Few will deny that the
    • question exists will be denied by no one. Yet if we look back to
    • while ago a booklet came out in Germany: ‘Uber den
    • was dependent on the size of the brain, and that women, on average,
    • of dependence. George Egerton on the other hand says that
    • gender and which is quite independent of them. If one looks
    • beyond gender and is independent of it.
    • and fro the self-evident rights of man. Nowhere, however, is it
    • with any conservative intention, but as evidence that the whole
    • that physiology and biology have become deniers of immortality, even
    • coincidence — many will understand this that at the beginning
    • Blavatsky — that precisely here we have the unprecedented
    • denied — and you have the example of a woman who has shown, not
    • can be embodied an eternal, hidden element, then the artistic image
    • and material, and one hidden and spiritual. And only that man is a
    • bleakness or asceticism or to deny sexuality, enable and beautify the
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    • Few will deny that the
    • question exists will be denied by no one. Yet if we look back to
    • while ago a booklet came out in Germany: ‘Uber den
    • was dependent on the size of the brain, and that women, on average,
    • of dependence. George Egerton on the other hand says that
    • gender and which is quite independent of them. If one looks
    • beyond gender and is independent of it.
    • and fro the self-evident rights of man. Nowhere, however, is it
    • with any conservative intention, but as evidence that the whole
    • that physiology and biology have become deniers of immortality, even
    • coincidence — many will understand this that at the beginning
    • Blavatsky — that precisely here we have the unprecedented
    • denied — and you have the example of a woman who has shown, not
    • can be embodied an eternal, hidden element, then the artistic image
    • and material, and one hidden and spiritual. And only that man is a
    • bleakness or asceticism or to deny sexuality, enable and beautify the
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    • dependent on the outer form of speech, or spoken words. They did not
    • has the constant tendency to deposit salt — I might say, toward
    • tendency toward death. This inoculation of death had to enter in
    • death, because he is at one with the Earth and has trodden paths
    • the independence of the spirit-soul being which is not dependent on
    • as such, in the spiritual world, and remain hidden behind the veil of
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    • dependent on the outer form of speech, or spoken words. They did not
    • has the constant tendency to deposit salt — I might say, toward
    • tendency toward death. This inoculation of death had to enter in
    • death, because he is at one with the Earth and has trodden paths
    • the independence of the spirit-soul being which is not dependent on
    • as such, in the spiritual world, and remain hidden behind the veil of
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    • the identical truths from any other sensible image. The essential
    • independently of the senses”: this was what Plato strove to
    • being able to think of other properties of the world independently of
    • think of the essence of Nature and of Spiritual Being as independently
    • laws, then mayest thou become a student of Occult Science”
    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • are able to speak of the “circle” independently of the
    • non-mathematical student when he penetrates into the realms of the
    • science teaches the way to become independent of sense-perception, and
    • mathematical science reaches. There are students of natural science at
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    • the identical truths from any other sensible image. The essential
    • independently of the senses”: this was what Plato strove to
    • being able to think of other properties of the world independently of
    • think of the essence of Nature and of Spiritual Being as independently
    • laws, then mayest thou become a student of Occult Science”
    • etc., quite as independently of the particular objective entity, as we
    • are able to speak of the “circle” independently of the
    • non-mathematical student when he penetrates into the realms of the
    • science teaches the way to become independent of sense-perception, and
    • mathematical science reaches. There are students of natural science at
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    • identity withdraws behind his characters. They do not voice his
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    • flight of his fantasy, his sudden transformations in the action,
    • because his identity withdraws behind his characters. They do not
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    • because his identity withdraws behind his characters. They do not
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    • Albigensians, Waldensians, and Cathari also belonged, and later the
    • Widow. The soul, which will later on become completely independent, is
    • become independent. Everything that comes from him is a call to the
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    • Albigensians, Waldensians, and Cathari also belonged, and later the
    • Widow. The soul, which will later on become completely independent, is
    • become independent. Everything that comes from him is a call to the
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    • soul-life, belong to the bodily life. Faculty of ideation dependent
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    • more animal tendency. The animal is unable to perceive objectively in
    • dependent than we usually think. And of course the sense of sight has
    • And if the forces of decadence are to be checked and the forces of
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    • scientific opinion of the present time — which has hardened
    • denominations, can be maintained as a theory; but it cannot be applied
    • something else — well, that is self-evident, there is no need to
    • undermines confidence in all his knowledge.
    • To-day we must make it our bounden duty to treat such things with the
    • forces of decadence if we do not maintain this severity. We meet with
    • before conception. This denial of the doctrine of pre-existence is not
    • question of immortality arises from the dogma which denies the life
    • certitude of faith. For if, whilst denying pre-natal life, one still
    • be shown how thereby the way has been paved for man's dependence upon
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    • you will see that his formation of concepts is very dependent upon
    • be readily remarked that children with a tendency to anæmia have
    • it is really only the ego that has a certain independence. The other
    • Now the president of the society was the headmaster of a
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    • partakes in all that was living there in Swedenborg.
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    • partakes in all that was living there in Swedenborg.
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    • of thought deny the factor of cosmic influence. What would be
    • is forbidden in the Old Testament to have intercourse with the dead.
    • The sudden brightness of daylight is disturbing. In the cities, of
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    • of thought deny the factor of cosmic influence. What would be
    • is forbidden in the Old Testament to have intercourse with the dead.
    • The sudden brightness of daylight is disturbing. In the cities, of
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • gradually developing humanity, seeds which remained hidden during the
    • earth, but there is also a hidden, a subterranean force which works
    • answered (and we shall see what deep truth lay hidden in the
    • Madonna's arms seems to be only a more condensed manifestation of
    • as their densest form transparent etheric bodies. When at night man
    • Atlantean age man still saw around him much that is completely hidden
    • physical form, which has adapted itself to coarser, denser forces. Now
    • remarkable angel forms may fall at any moment. The painters of olden
    • exists, and he even comes to deny what is spiritual. He believes that
    • was below; its thoughts were hardened, solidified, they were attracted
    • at that time upon his mummy. Thought regarding the physical hardened;
    • which are hidden below the surface.
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    • hidden, those who are not initiated into the deeper wisdom of the
    • unnatural environment, etc. All these influences, which, in a hidden
    • upon the earth would in this case have dried up and hardened. It was
    • forces withdrew which would have brought about a hardening and
    • were met with who had condensed so far as to an etheric body, and they
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • greater part of what is most essential is hidden from the outer
    • that surround us, but which are hidden from view. Much will have to be
    • these ten fingers do not move of themselves, but something hidden must
    • sense, have also something hidden behind them. Just as the central
    • being belonging to the ten fingers is hidden by the partition, so
    • something is also hidden which is common to all lions. It is hidden
    • broadening out more and more, and piercing into the etheric body of
    • broaden and radiate continually into space till they ultimately
    • Spiritual Science. Cosmic secrets are hidden in the saying of Paul
    • densest form had only an etheric body. Those figures which have
    • There is, however, something else which is independent of tribe,
    • independent of such communities, yet that manifests itself
    • century we see how certain similar spiritual tendencies occurred in
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • The physical body was not so dense as it is now, it was more etheric
    • Beings we call Angels; but these Angels have no independence in the
    • for the earth was covered with dense vapour. As against his former dim
    • density of the atmosphere. The beneficent effects of the sun were now
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • became condensed to the consistency of warmth.
    • in the middle of the Sun period a condensation of its substance took
    • special way. When the warmth condenses into air and no other
    • condition of rest. On the material side the airy formation condensed
    • planet therefore (Earth plus Moon) began to densify and harden. You
    • rocks projecting out of this mass, but there was something like dense,
    • upon a vegetable-mineral foundation which later underwent condensation
    • higher nature of the animal-man of the Moon. Such were the denizens of
    • deep down in the hidden foundations of the world. Further, when we
    • world is frequently hidden in myth and legend.
    • Moon-substances, the Moon and all its denizens were advanced rapidly.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • cartilage. He swam in the air, which was still permeated by dense
    • themselves had not hardened, and the connection between the higher and
    • finished their work. Such beings would have hardened at some earlier
    • beings remained behind and became hardened in form.
    • of backward students at college. These Spirits are not, however,
    • those olden times we call pre-Christian; there was a binding principle
    • epoch when man was approaching the time of his hardening, the time
    • that the bones should not harden too quickly. For a considerable
    • attained. What was the consequence? Forms may be hardened and held
    • system concerned with nutrition hardened too early, that system
    • human groups in which the nutritive system hardened too soon now forms
    • stage through the nervous system becoming hardened and not remaining
    • are tendencies towards certain passionate and sensuous instincts.
    • Lastly, we have those in whom at a certain stage the ego hardened
    • within itself; it hardened in the blood which is the expression of the
    • Spirit-Self. Those who (to speak symbolically) are thus hardened as
    • consisted of human beings who, having hardened in various ways, went
    • in different directions; those in whom the bones had hardened
    • was discovered. Those whose nutritive system had hardened went
    • The ancient Greeks found a people who had hardened earlier than
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • in their evolution; they therefore fell behind and became hardened to
    • at that time to entertain an evil thought and keep it hidden, for the
    • and remains hidden, was such a strong force at that time that it
    • so entangled in their passions that they became hardened in these
    • this form then hardened, and the genus lion originated. Since that
    • us, and which represent certain conditions of hardening, are the
    • one portion entered into a condition of hardening earlier, another
    • development by allowing this hardening process to take place too soon,
    • not aware of his environment. This was different in olden times, for
    • the sun did not as yet penetrate the dense atmosphere of the earth,
    • This symbol did not appear suddenly. Long before the coming of Christ
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • the human kingdom, where ego meets ego as independent individual, has
    • strove to make man independent.
    • correspondence with the object; it acts upon you; now turn your eyes
    • by flower and fruit. It is hidden mysteriously in the seed, and when a
    • consciousness; here a man sinks himself into beings, he identifies
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • honours of war more highly than material honours, were not dependent
    • advanced, who had descended most deeply, developed a certain tendency
    • for the hidden world of the spirit; they looked with great reverence
    • appear.” They knew also that the olden Mysteries could not lead
    • Old Testament; an entirely abstract God, condensed within the centre
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • this was denied him; it was only granted to those who were most
    • as a faint echo — what men experienced in olden times when they
    • raised themselves up to that in which they felt as if hidden, to that
    • We see from this how those people who had preserved certain tendencies
    • he can again uplift or spiritualize this tendency towards
    • he would never have attained to complete independence. He had to
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • in another realm, by which something like an independent science
    • this we may not deny; it was a direct gift; and all the science which
    • prove this gift. We see in scholasticism the tendency to employ all
    • to East, consisted in a tendency to logical thought and the power of
    • religious tendency could still be saved as a tendency leading to
    • To begin with, man was so led by what may be called Providence or a
    • initiation whether they deny anything in Eastern initiation, whether
    • distinguished from those who deny the Western principle of initiation
    • has made necessary. They deny nothing in the realm of Eastern
    • Eastern. The West does not deny what the East says, but it asserts
    • world. He was ruined through having given out that which was hidden,
    • as is everyone else who imparts what is hidden.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • culminated in the Event of Golgotha, by which the hidden mysteries
  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of Speech and Language
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    • in the habit of using his right hand develops the tendency to be more
    • token, those of us who are right-handed have the tendency of
    • a widespread tendency of teaching people to do everything with both
    • hands. This is how we really get their brains mixed up. This tendency
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    • in the habit of using his right hand develops the tendency to be more
    • token, those of us who are right-handed have the tendency of
    • a widespread tendency of teaching people to do everything with both
    • hands. This is how we really get their brains mixed up. This tendency
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    • Published in The Golden Blade, 1975.
    • Taste, Smell and Sight. And just where the hidden spiritual plays
    • strong that it can fight the tendency of an atavistic vision to lie
    • condition as a being of the earth. There are hidden forces which will
    • independently — independently in a certain sense, for of course
    • ordinary people: they were law students well advanced in their
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    • Taste, Smell and Sight. And just where the hidden spiritual plays
    • strong that it can fight the tendency of an atavistic vision to lie
    • condition as a being of the earth. There are hidden forces which will
    • independently — independently in a certain sense, for of course
    • ordinary people: they were law students well advanced in their
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    • Published in The Golden Blade, 1977.
    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • hidden significance in it after all. I have had in my hands Goethe's
    • interpretations. They are headed by the Golden King, who represents
    • his “Tale” is evidently hinting at political forms?
    • burden the State with economic life is as if you wanted to eat with
    • independently side by side, and are not thrown together in a single
    • life. The spiritual life must be independent, and co-operate only in
    • humanity, and represented an independent member of the social
    • independent in order to restore productivity to spiritual life, they
    • system of legal regulations. Everything economic forms an independent
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    • Published in The Golden Blade, 1977.
    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • hidden significance in it after all. I have had in my hands Goethe's
    • interpretations. They are headed by the Golden King, who represents
    • his “Tale” is evidently hinting at political forms?
    • burden the State with economic life is as if you wanted to eat with
    • independently side by side, and are not thrown together in a single
    • life. The spiritual life must be independent, and co-operate only in
    • humanity, and represented an independent member of the social
    • independent in order to restore productivity to spiritual life, they
    • system of legal regulations. Everything economic forms an independent
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    • relatively speaking, self-dependent. We have within the human being
    • three systems of the human organism are independent one of another.
    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • know well suddenly becomes dejected and out of humour? You have no
    • Two golden spurs I'll give to thee!
    • velocity, usually denoted by ‘v’, a function of distance and time, and
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    • relatively speaking, self-dependent. We have within the human being
    • three systems of the human organism are independent one of another.
    • are each self-dependent, although at the same time they work together.
    • know well suddenly becomes dejected and out of humour? You have no
    • Two golden spurs I'll give to thee!
    • velocity, usually denoted by ‘v’, a function of distance and time, and
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    • is dependent upon the forces of the Sun. Without the Sun, man could
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • a very important part in olden days. But the onward progress of
    • evolution is denoted precisely by the fact that in our age, which, as
    • ourselves free and independent of them. And do you know how we can
    • speech, is dependent upon the working of Mars within our being. Man
    • You see now in what way processes in the human organism are dependent
    • independent of the cosmic forces, although none the less these cosmic
    • independent of this constellation. It is to this kind of knowledge
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    • is dependent upon the forces of the Sun. Without the Sun, man could
    • part of the organism is dependent, mainly, upon the Sun's influences.
    • a very important part in olden days. But the onward progress of
    • evolution is denoted precisely by the fact that in our age, which, as
    • ourselves free and independent of them. And do you know how we can
    • speech, is dependent upon the working of Mars within our being. Man
    • You see now in what way processes in the human organism are dependent
    • independent of the cosmic forces, although none the less these cosmic
    • independent of this constellation. It is to this kind of knowledge
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    • — this is a thing that man brings with him as a plan or tendency
    • ear. They actually have the inner tendency, the potentiality to become
    • gravity. Hence it preserves the plan and tendency which it received in
    • speech. In plan and tendency, between death and a new birth we receive
    • artistic tendency, which is always to unite the Heavenly with the
    • gravity. For he received this tendency already in the embryonic life
    • life which had begun in that way. All the religious tendency which you
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    • — this is a thing that man brings with him as a plan or tendency
    • ear. They actually have the inner tendency, the potentiality to become
    • gravity. Hence it preserves the plan and tendency which it received in
    • speech. In plan and tendency, between death and a new birth we receive
    • artistic tendency, which is always to unite the Heavenly with the
    • gravity. For he received this tendency already in the embryonic life
    • life which had begun in that way. All the religious tendency which you
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    • condensed. It is the fifth of nine lectures in the volume Education and
    • sentences condensed. It is the fifth of nine lectures in the volume
    • appropriate for spoken style have been omitted and sentences condensed.
    • other hand, when you stand in front of students between 14, 15 and 20,
    • If a student is unable to formulate a question which he experiences
    • satisfy the feeling that then arises in the students when the question
    • are produced that burden the brains of the young people when they go
    • be avoided if the feeling is not aroused in the students: “Now
    • although the students are developing the capacity to make judgments,
    • make mistakes with older students, let us say with those at medical
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    • condensed. It is the fifth of nine lectures in the volume Education and
    • sentences condensed. It is the fifth of nine lectures in the volume
    • appropriate for spoken style have been omitted and sentences condensed.
    • other hand, when you stand in front of students between 14, 15 and 20,
    • If a student is unable to formulate a question which he experiences
    • satisfy the feeling that then arises in the students when the question
    • are produced that burden the brains of the young people when they go
    • be avoided if the feeling is not aroused in the students: “Now
    • although the students are developing the capacity to make judgments,
    • make mistakes with older students, let us say with those at medical
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    • stages of development. Their correspondence with the Higher
    • possession, these charitable institutions are evidences of a
    • the world in such a way that their deeds are hidden in social organizations
    • to a certain degree initiated. There is a correspondence between the
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    • stages of development. Their correspondence with the Higher
    • possession, these charitable institutions are evidences of a
    • the world in such a way that their deeds are hidden in social organizations
    • to a certain degree initiated. There is a correspondence between the
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    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • branch by amalgamating his immigrants with the decadent Primal Semites
    • He must come from a hidden source. Hence the Apocryphal writings
    • directly dependent upon Higher Beings, Beings who had gone through
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    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • branch by amalgamating his immigrants with the decadent Primal Semites
    • He must come from a hidden source. Hence the Apocryphal writings
    • directly dependent upon Higher Beings, Beings who had gone through
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    • sees them too in the hidden working of human destiny. Becoming thus
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    • materialism, which either cast doubt upon or deny altogether the
    • must surely have an existence independent of the brain, if then modern
    • Take, for instance, the knowledge comprised in what a medical student
    • To what does all this knowledge amount? What does the student know of
    • often unequal to their task. If students are apt to be bored by what
    • blue-red, suddenly becomes melody. We feel we must paint in this form
    • tendency to change into head-structure. In the head-structure we have
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    • away), when there is this working together, dependent always on the
    • instinctive Spiritual Science as the “mercurial” tendency.
    • You have continually within you this tendency to the drop-form —
    • and phosphoric tendencies. (How these forces and tendencies develop,
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    • qualities can remain hidden in the material world; an out-and-out
    • this region. The Angels are hidden from his sight because they have
    • have resolved that human beings shall harden at this point and
    • continue their further journey in the Cosmos as hardened, rigidified
    • henceforth to continue his evolution independently, they withdrew from
    • impulse are hidden from me; I cannot see them, I am spurned and
    • Surely I must have had a share in these events! A superficial student
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    • tendency of Spiritual Science would be to lead to an undervaluing of
    • suddenly spring to development as a result of a vivid impression
    • separate Earth, because the Earth was not yet dense, not yet firm in
    • upright. The faculty of speech is denied to the animal, whereas man
    • Thus, as we listen to the words of the priest of olden time, who is
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    • remains hidden, but so appears to the consciousness of
    • objective fact is wholly independent of belief. I will speak of
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    • remains hidden, but so appears to the consciousness of
    • objective fact is wholly independent of belief. I will speak of
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    • which makes the immediacy of the meditant's identification with the
    • tendencies to lose oneself in the flood of excessive sentimentality
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    • Denn es waltet der Vater-Geist der Höhen
    • In den Weltentiefen Sein-erzeugend:
    • Lasset aus den Höhen erklingen,
    • Was in den Tiefen das Echo findet;
    • Der dich durch den Zeitenrhythmus
    • Wo die wogenden
    • Denn es waltet der Christus-Wille im Umkreis
    • In den Weltenrhythmen Seelen-begnadend;
    • Was durch den Westen sich formet;
    • Du lebest im ruhenden Haupte,
    • Das dir aus Ewigkeitsgründen
    • Und du wirst wahrhaft denken
    • In Menschen-Geistes-Gründen.
    • Denn es walten des Geistes Weltgedanken
    • Lasset aus den Tiefen erbitten,
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    • In den irdischen Wesensstrom;
    • Aus Herzen gründen,
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    • Du lebest in den Gliedern,
    • Denn es waltet der Vater-Geist der Höhen
    • In den Weltentiefen Sein-erzeugend:
    • Lasset aus den Höhen erklingen,
    • Was in den Tiefen das Echo findet;
    • Der dich durch den Zeitenrhythmus
    • Wo die wogenden
    • Denn es waltet der Christus-Wille im Umkreis
    • In den Weltenrhythmen Seelen-begnadend;
    • Was durch den Westen sich formet;
    • Du lebest im ruhenden Haupte,
    • Das dir aus Ewigkeitsgründen
    • Und du wirst wahrhaft denken
    • In Menschen-Geistes-Gründen.
    • Denn es walten des Geistes Weltgedanken
    • Lasset aus den Tiefen erbitten,
    • Was in den Höhen erhöret wird;
    • In den irdischen Wesensstrom;
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    • Du lebest in den Gliedern,
    • Denn es waltet der Vater-Geist der Höhen
    • In den Weltentiefen Sein-erzeugend:
    • Lasset aus den Höhen erklingen,
    • Was in den Tiefen das Echo findet;
    • Der dich durch den Zeitenrhythmus
    • Wo die wogenden
    • Denn es waltet der Christus-Wille im Umkreis
    • In den Weltenrhythmen Seelen-begnadend;
    • Was durch den Westen sich formet;
    • Du lebest im ruhenden Haupte,
    • Das dir aus Ewigkeitsgründen
    • Und du wirst wahrhaft denken
    • In Menschen-Geistes-Gründen.
    • Denn es walten des Geistes Weltgedanken
    • Lasset aus den Tiefen erbitten,
    • Was in den Höhen erhöret wird;
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    • culture of the present time will be able to deny that the theme of
    • that can probe into the depths of the soul — we cannot deny
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • naturally remained hidden from the ‘profane’ world. They
    • far-reaching correspondence between the descriptions of ancient
    • which he grows to be independent of all Earthly things — flows
    • world is dependent on my eyes, and other organs of sense.’ But
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    • culture of the present time will be able to deny that the theme of
    • that can probe into the depths of the soul — we cannot deny
    • tragedy or deep trial in life. Nobody can deny that in the lives of
    • naturally remained hidden from the ‘profane’ world. They
    • far-reaching correspondence between the descriptions of ancient
    • which he grows to be independent of all Earthly things — flows
    • world is dependent on my eyes, and other organs of sense.’ But
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    • quite another matter. Detailed evidence in support of this point would
    • anyone deny him the right to speak about the plant from this aspect
    • everyone who is a true student of Spiritual Science. — It is that
    • the experiences of those to whom the hidden teachings were revealed
    • asked himself: ‘Is this not evidence of a severance that has taken
    • together or when one becomes dependent on another. But there are also
    • evolution proceeded, the mists condensed into water, the air grew
    • of the other. When the cloud-masses condensed into water, man emerged
    • condensing and giving rise to the floods now spoken of as the Deluge,
    • Nifelheim were condensing, and they conceived the idea that the water
    • confronting them as a separate independent power in each individual.
    • in evolution: love that is dependent upon uniformity of flesh and
    • principle of individual independence. In the age preceding that
    • love bound up with the blood-tie, and the principle of independence,
    • principle of independence. Christianity was to bring into the
    • world a love that is independent of blood-kinship. The words of Christ
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    • quite another matter. Detailed evidence in support of this point would
    • anyone deny him the right to speak about the plant from this aspect
    • everyone who is a true student of Spiritual Science. — It is that
    • the experiences of those to whom the hidden teachings were revealed
    • asked himself: ‘Is this not evidence of a severance that has taken
    • together or when one becomes dependent on another. But there are also
    • evolution proceeded, the mists condensed into water, the air grew
    • of the other. When the cloud-masses condensed into water, man emerged
    • condensing and giving rise to the floods now spoken of as the Deluge,
    • Nifelheim were condensing, and they conceived the idea that the water
    • confronting them as a separate independent power in each individual.
    • in evolution: love that is dependent upon uniformity of flesh and
    • principle of individual independence. In the age preceding that
    • love bound up with the blood-tie, and the principle of independence,
    • principle of independence. Christianity was to bring into the
    • world a love that is independent of blood-kinship. The words of Christ
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    • there. They are subsistent and independent. The Idea of the Good
    • evolved independently were unknown. Whereas the Initiates of earlier
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    • there. They are subsistent and independent. The Idea of the Good
    • evolved independently were unknown. Whereas the Initiates of earlier
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • independent. These forces become independent through the fact.
    • fact which is clearly evident to the clairvoyant power. Humanity
    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • upon which feeling can develop independently, and also a
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    • independent. These forces become independent through the fact.
    • fact which is clearly evident to the clairvoyant power. Humanity
    • thinking grows more independent within the life of humanity, we
    • upon which feeling can develop independently, and also a
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • own, which it has developed independently into a physical shape.
    • evidence the fundamental types, subdividing the human being in
    • preparing the earthly human head, a human head that was not so dense
    • art, this, fact is more or less evident to-day. In art it is strongly
    • evident that the human beings are, as it were, abandoned by the
    • particular become wonderfully transparent. This reveals the tendency
    • such a sudden and powerful situation, we can see how little their
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    • own, which it has developed independently into a physical shape.
    • evidence the fundamental types, subdividing the human being in
    • preparing the earthly human head, a human head that was not so dense
    • art, this, fact is more or less evident to-day. In art it is strongly
    • evident that the human beings are, as it were, abandoned by the
    • particular become wonderfully transparent. This reveals the tendency
    • such a sudden and powerful situation, we can see how little their
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • there, said something in his Presidential Address which often comes
    • olden times the secrets of the world were expressed in pictures, or
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    • before us as a self-contained whole, a self-grounded, independent
    • there, said something in his Presidential Address which often comes
    • olden times the secrets of the world were expressed in pictures, or
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    • picture he would discover that a far deeper meaning lies hidden in
    • ill.” Sickness and Sin: for the man of olden time these two
    • consciousness grew on the souls of olden time: We need an Education
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • Then must they seek Him out at His hidden place. Indeed, there
    • How shall the soul live on when the body falls into decay? In olden
    • the living, independent soul.
    • initiate of olden time, and of the initiate of the time of the
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    • picture he would discover that a far deeper meaning lies hidden in
    • ill.” Sickness and Sin: for the man of olden time these two
    • consciousness grew on the souls of olden time: We need an Education
    • the real thing. The souls of olden time, looking out through the body
    • Then must they seek Him out at His hidden place. Indeed, there
    • How shall the soul live on when the body falls into decay? In olden
    • the living, independent soul.
    • initiate of olden time, and of the initiate of the time of the
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    • symbol. The man of olden time entered with heart and soul into the
    • dependent for its evolution on the decision of man. In language
    • the Greeks. You could not have more striking evidence of this than
    • a deadening of speech and language. Language became polished and at
    • Deep truths, deep facts of evolution, lie hidden in the ancient
    • those olden times, when man had the power to create festivals, the
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    • symbol. The man of olden time entered with heart and soul into the
    • dependent for its evolution on the decision of man. In language
    • the Greeks. You could not have more striking evidence of this than
    • a deadening of speech and language. Language became polished and at
    • Deep truths, deep facts of evolution, lie hidden in the ancient
    • those olden times, when man had the power to create festivals, the
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    • and the building of logical connections in thinking denoted a later
    • over this world of light. Yonder in Asia, decadent remains of the
    • those decadent remains of earlier vision of the Pleroma which were
    • a veil. And in the case of which we are speaking, a decadent culture
    • decadence has corrupted an earlier insight into the world known as
    • existence had been made possible by the decadent magic arts practised
    • world, using on the one hand the Ahrimanic forces of decadent,
    • spiritual aspect. The decadent forces emanating from Shamanic arts
    • of Bolshevism are striving to unite with the decadent forces
    • efforts for union between the beings known in olden times as the
    • to the mythological lore of olden times. For it is only by rising to
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    • and the building of logical connections in thinking denoted a later
    • over this world of light. Yonder in Asia, decadent remains of the
    • those decadent remains of earlier vision of the Pleroma which were
    • a veil. And in the case of which we are speaking, a decadent culture
    • decadence has corrupted an earlier insight into the world known as
    • existence had been made possible by the decadent magic arts practised
    • world, using on the one hand the Ahrimanic forces of decadent,
    • spiritual aspect. The decadent forces emanating from Shamanic arts
    • of Bolshevism are striving to unite with the decadent forces
    • efforts for union between the beings known in olden times as the
    • to the mythological lore of olden times. For it is only by rising to
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • beings. As an independent elemental being — for such we are by
    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • to find what is hidden there, in the depths of the soul.
    • hidden between the lines.
    • incorporation of man into the universe — this correspondence of
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • beings. As an independent elemental being — for such we are by
    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • to find what is hidden there, in the depths of the soul.
    • hidden between the lines.
    • incorporation of man into the universe — this correspondence of
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • imprudence to release Typhon whom she had succeeded in imprisoning.
    • identified what the Egyptian understood under the name Osiris, with
    • independent of the Osiris-name, because he had something
    • a swan, golden rain, and so on; thus in ordinary life these Gods were
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • That decadence of man which is expressed in the modern attitude to
    • the sex problem, and that greatest decadence which is expressed in
    • those olden times thought to be in direct connection with the
    • it was set free, it became a word which denoted something without any
    • when there is documentary evidence held by a Corporation which gives
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • order and hence into the whole ordering of mankind, into Providence,
    • concealed behind what was open and evident. And then in their
    • clairvoyant vision: she suddenly noticed that she still had the
    • actual golden crown of genuine substance.
    • method, that even the paper crown will become a genuine golden crown.
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • Egyptian culture fell more into decadence the saying drifted into
    • might say that in the decadent age of Egyptian culture this was the
    • age of decadence.
    • decadent condition that became materialistic. Man in this
    • post-Atlantean epoch, precisely because in an independent human
    • people impudent falsehoods, for naturally today in this
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • independently of our own action; we are capable of development
    • Then the physical ceases to let us be dependent on it; then, so to
    • catastrophe. Then indeed man was still dependent on his physical
    • element far into old age, but he had also the joy of this dependence.
    • abuse, that deep down they might not have a natural tendency to
    • evident. But nevertheless, all that in course of time has become the
    • subject, that is to say, who had so passed their student years and
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • observe a fatal accident... again it sounds strange but it expresses
    • the full truth, in a fatal accident. Imagine that a person is struck
    • down, dies by an accident. Let us suppose that a man is struck dead
    • in his thirtieth year. To outer physical observation such a sudden
    • death is a kind of accident: but from a spiritual science outlook it
    • is simply absurd to regard such an affair as accidental. For in the
    • moment when from outside, from any external cause, a man suddenly
    • what they seem to us here on the physical plane. A sudden death
    • education and instruction. Who could deny, if he has an open eye
    • could deny that mankind as a whole is not in a position —
    • to develop in correspondence to the speed of the earth, then
    • that it becomes independent in man here upon earth, then this
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    • shows how humanity has been deserted by the Gods and made independent.
    • can say therefore: Birth denotes the resurrection of the physical,
    • the spiritual being changed into the physical; death denotes the
    • members of human nature enter into a real correspondence, when
    • head-life and heart-life enter into correspondence with one another,
    • no more to address the students!
    • but one that — preserved atavistically from olden times —
    • things in the correspondence that has gone out from Switzerland.
    • The foreign correspondents have shown themselves, well, less
    • the correspondent cannot forego pointing out that the two authors are
    • curious way. And this correspondent of whom I speak — you can
    • hypnotized by words. But one must not be dependent on words; one must
    • at that time still had no need of that correspondence with the
    • develop an independent ego within us. It is important that we bear
    • this in mind. We can develop an independent ego by reason of having
    • the lack of correspondence between head-man and heart-man is today
    • needs condensing, needs strengthening, so that it may grasp reality;
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    • what did a student acquire by going through these exercises in
    • forces of the nervous system. The ancient Indian student of wisdom
    • certainty to him. For such a student of wisdom it was simply
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • universe, and all this has condensed again. We simply let that rise
    • addition to their original tendencies, they showed themselves deeply
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
    • and which has fallen there into decadence. The Japanese, if studied
    • decadent, and for this reason has such an “artful”
    • Science this appears in a decadent form; the existence of matter is
    • denied, they do not wish to look at matter. One feels that these
    • living spirituality, which has now become more deadened, more
    • broadens the historical outlook, and speaks of the origin of souls,
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    • what did a student acquire by going through these exercises in
    • forces of the nervous system. The ancient Indian student of wisdom
    • certainty to him. For such a student of wisdom it was simply
    • self-evident that he had had a previous earth life. He could perceive
    • universe, and all this has condensed again. We simply let that rise
    • addition to their original tendencies, they showed themselves deeply
    • notably strong tendency to form the physical organism in a way that
    • and which has fallen there into decadence. The Japanese, if studied
    • decadent, and for this reason has such an “artful”
    • Science this appears in a decadent form; the existence of matter is
    • denied, they do not wish to look at matter. One feels that these
    • living spirituality, which has now become more deadened, more
    • broadens the historical outlook, and speaks of the origin of souls,
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    • and the third, thinking. One faculty may take precedence
    • really an attempt to deny the Spirit, inasmuch as these people will
    • spiritual world, while he is asleep. Since materialism denies
    • It is quite possible for a man to deny the spiritual and moral world
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    • and the third, thinking. One faculty may take precedence
    • really an attempt to deny the Spirit, inasmuch as these people will
    • spiritual world, while he is asleep. Since materialism denies
    • It is quite possible for a man to deny the spiritual and moral world
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    • Menschenwerden, Weltenseele und Wetlgeist. Zweiter
    • evident in the outlook of many teachers of history at the present
    • Their golden urns reciprocally lending,”
    • of heavenly forces ascending and descending with their golden urns,
    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • the bent towards abstract thinking, the tendency of thought to work
    • speaking, of measure, number and weight. Students of Pythagorean
    • which we to-day regard as something quite independent of speech
    • We know that even to-day, when it has become thoroughly decadent,
    • in olden times and, the comparison often drawn is that a child who
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    • evident in the outlook of many teachers of history at the present
    • Their golden urns reciprocally lending,”
    • of heavenly forces ascending and descending with their golden urns,
    • mere intellectualism. The whole process is quite evident: The
    • the bent towards abstract thinking, the tendency of thought to work
    • speaking, of measure, number and weight. Students of Pythagorean
    • which we to-day regard as something quite independent of speech
    • We know that even to-day, when it has become thoroughly decadent,
    • in olden times and, the comparison often drawn is that a child who
  • Title: On the Reality of Higher Worlds
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    • sincerely grateful for the opportunity given me by the students here
    • students in Christiania. It was held in the largest hall — the
    • very special gratitude to the students by whom the invitation was
    • other countries, students are beginning to pay some attention to
    • reach into a void. The intellect feels that it is dependent upon what
    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • soul can concur, cognisant as it is of all the hidden paths of the
    • denotes complete misunderstanding, for the very reverse is the truth.
    • olden times have persisted through tradition and even today are still
    • practised over in Asia as a decadent form of Yoga, by men whose
    • Out-breathing ... the pupil of Yoga in olden times was transported
    • knowledge, true Intuition, for it denotes complete emergence
    • To begin with, this necessity is hidden from ordinary thinking. But
    • dependent upon the connection between this new life and the old. —
    • confidence inasmuch as the purpose and meaning of earthly life become
    • has not the slightest tendency to be remote from the world, to be
    • sort of tendency towards the symbolic or the allegoric. Not a single
    • In conclusion, let me say this. — Unlike the current tendency
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    • sincerely grateful for the opportunity given me by the students here
    • students in Christiania. It was held in the largest hall — the
    • very special gratitude to the students by whom the invitation was
    • other countries, students are beginning to pay some attention to
    • reach into a void. The intellect feels that it is dependent upon what
    • into the depths of the life of soul. They believe that evidence of
    • soul can concur, cognisant as it is of all the hidden paths of the
    • denotes complete misunderstanding, for the very reverse is the truth.
    • olden times have persisted through tradition and even today are still
    • practised over in Asia as a decadent form of Yoga, by men whose
    • Out-breathing ... the pupil of Yoga in olden times was transported
    • knowledge, true Intuition, for it denotes complete emergence
    • To begin with, this necessity is hidden from ordinary thinking. But
    • dependent upon the connection between this new life and the old. —
    • confidence inasmuch as the purpose and meaning of earthly life become
    • has not the slightest tendency to be remote from the world, to be
    • sort of tendency towards the symbolic or the allegoric. Not a single
    • In conclusion, let me say this. — Unlike the current tendency
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    • intellect (in Plato, this was not evident as yet) and who clearly
    • the Occident (and this is, to begin with, our present subject of
    • on the other hand, it was evident that the intellect was not allowed
    • has produced in an extraordinarily strong way the tendency to apply
    • Christian dogmatism, produced the tendency to use the intellectual
    • tendency to include in knowledge nothing but an empiricism based on
    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • deny that in their structure they originate from the Christian
    • thought cannot deny its origin from Scholasticism, except that
    • which are evident and which do not satisfy a real thinker, have
    • the human beings acquired the tendency to become thoroughly absorbed
    • since the middle of the nineteenth century, for the tendency towards
    • compelled one to have confidence in it, because the contents of
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    • intellect (in Plato, this was not evident as yet) and who clearly
    • the Occident (and this is, to begin with, our present subject of
    • on the other hand, it was evident that the intellect was not allowed
    • has produced in an extraordinarily strong way the tendency to apply
    • Christian dogmatism, produced the tendency to use the intellectual
    • tendency to include in knowledge nothing but an empiricism based on
    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • deny that in their structure they originate from the Christian
    • thought cannot deny its origin from Scholasticism, except that
    • which are evident and which do not satisfy a real thinker, have
    • the human beings acquired the tendency to become thoroughly absorbed
    • since the middle of the nineteenth century, for the tendency towards
    • compelled one to have confidence in it, because the contents of
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    • personalities. Although many sides deny this, the materialistic
    • in mind has become evident in a positively radical manner, at least
    • the one hand, and this is evident from our considerations of
    • which there hold sway, are just as much hidden in the darkness of
    • consciousness, as the condition of sleep is hidden in the darkness of
    • evident. What has developed below the surface, as a germ, what has
    • human being identifies himself with the earth. For this reason, he
    • has developed under the influence of a science dependent solely upon
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    • personalities. Although many sides deny this, the materialistic
    • in mind has become evident in a positively radical manner, at least
    • the one hand, and this is evident from our considerations of
    • which there hold sway, are just as much hidden in the darkness of
    • consciousness, as the condition of sleep is hidden in the darkness of
    • evident. What has developed below the surface, as a germ, what has
    • human being identifies himself with the earth. For this reason, he
    • has developed under the influence of a science dependent solely upon
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    • particular are well suited to awaken in us forces of confidence and
    • Now it must be evident
    • with the path trodden by man's etheric body, while he is passing
    • little boy of seven. It was soon evident that a terrible accident
    • it when they die in bed, or as a result of an ordinary accident. In a
    • of death as a result of the war, or through some other accident,
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    • particular are well suited to awaken in us forces of confidence and
    • Now it must be evident
    • with the path trodden by man's etheric body, while he is passing
    • little boy of seven. It was soon evident that a terrible accident
    • it when they die in bed, or as a result of an ordinary accident. In a
    • of death as a result of the war, or through some other accident,
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    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung,
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung,
    • Boehme expressed in halting language that which in olden times was an
    • interpretations they bring forward. Were it not an evidence of
    • science in olden times, a wisdom which was experienced through inner
    • concrete and unerring intuition the Initiates of olden times were
    • In olden
    • adopted by modern science, did not exist for the thinkers of olden
    • But precisely in our age it is possible to attain to what in olden
    • and which proves to us that we have passed from those olden times
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    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung,
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung,
    • Boehme expressed in halting language that which in olden times was an
    • interpretations they bring forward. Were it not an evidence of
    • science in olden times, a wisdom which was experienced through inner
    • concrete and unerring intuition the Initiates of olden times were
    • In olden
    • adopted by modern science, did not exist for the thinkers of olden
    • But precisely in our age it is possible to attain to what in olden
    • and which proves to us that we have passed from those olden times
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    • briefly my heartfelt thanks to your esteemed president for her kind
    • evident in the 15th century. It was then that it slowly began to
    • be evident to those who are initiated in the true mysteries of more
    • descending line of development and decadent. Those who have a deeper
    • ideas of jurisprudence, the juridical concepts.
    • on jurisprudence, which, in reality are the outcome only of the Roman
    • whole way of identifying ourselves feelingly with the whole of Nature
    • that time it was to a great extent decadent, but at any rate it still
    • evident when the apostle Paul entered the evolution of the times, the
    • became more and more decadent, until the fateful time of the 9th
    • it was a hypocrisy to paint a golden background, but for a
    • of Christianity, the denial of Christianity; it signifies the setting
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    • briefly my heartfelt thanks to your esteemed president for her kind
    • evident in the 15th century. It was then that it slowly began to
    • be evident to those who are initiated in the true mysteries of more
    • descending line of development and decadent. Those who have a deeper
    • ideas of jurisprudence, the juridical concepts.
    • on jurisprudence, which, in reality are the outcome only of the Roman
    • whole way of identifying ourselves feelingly with the whole of Nature
    • that time it was to a great extent decadent, but at any rate it still
    • evident when the apostle Paul entered the evolution of the times, the
    • became more and more decadent, until the fateful time of the 9th
    • it was a hypocrisy to paint a golden background, but for a
    • of Christianity, the denial of Christianity; it signifies the setting
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    • called Ahura Mazdao, a golden dagger, by means of which he was to
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • respects this confidence will also be necessary in the future with
    • the air had suddenly hardened to granite. The reason for these things
    • Now I would like to call your attention to another tendency which is
    • the artist's imagination unfolds freely and independently of
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    • called Ahura Mazdao, a golden dagger, by means of which he was to
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • respects this confidence will also be necessary in the future with
    • the air had suddenly hardened to granite. The reason for these things
    • Now I would like to call your attention to another tendency which is
    • the artist's imagination unfolds freely and independently of
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    • Some time ago a few enthusiastic young theological students came to
    • me was to the following effect: When at the present time a student
    • theological students who were in the same position, that is to say,
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • quite independently of the Anthroposophical Movement, to a number of
    • independently of me, independently of the Anthroposophical Society. I
    • respect to the Anthroposophical Movement would be obliged to deny any
    • tendency to blur things and not to see them clearly. But clarity is
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
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    • Some time ago a few enthusiastic young theological students came to
    • me was to the following effect: When at the present time a student
    • theological students who were in the same position, that is to say,
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • quite independently of the Anthroposophical Movement, to a number of
    • independently of me, independently of the Anthroposophical Society. I
    • respect to the Anthroposophical Movement would be obliged to deny any
    • tendency to blur things and not to see them clearly. But clarity is
    • particular configuration and tendencies of their spiritual life,
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • Eurer Hut vertrauten Erdenmenschen,
    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht!
    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht.
    • hardened within us and because it pushes itself, as it were, into our
    • as well. This may be evident particularly from the following:
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • Eurer Hut vertrauten Erdenmenschen,
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    • Den Seelen, die sie liebend sucht.
    • hardened within us and because it pushes itself, as it were, into our
    • as well. This may be evident particularly from the following:
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    • for presentation today. In view of the need evidenced by the way the
    • without any great inner stirrings into the will tendencies of the
    • anthroposophical development, there was a tendency for the
    • One enters the Society laden with all one's dissatisfaction. As a
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    • for presentation today. In view of the need evidenced by the way the
    • without any great inner stirrings into the will tendencies of the
    • anthroposophical development, there was a tendency for the
    • One enters the Society laden with all one's dissatisfaction. As a
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • his etheric body. Then he goes his way. The etheric body retains the tendency
    • death man sees everything pass before him; for the etheric has the tendency
    • ourselves so independent of it — not letting it disturb us — that
    • would perceive the tendency to continual movement of her own light-body, and
    • that the etheric body cannot easily free itself; because he has so densely
    • evidence of that time. For what I have read to you really speaks of nothing
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • must be forbidden, others again cast sheep's eyes at those in power and seize
    • not only will anyone be forbidden to do anything for the health of
    • of thought. At present the constraint of the things forbidden is not much
    • mankind that is not stamped and certificated will be forbidden, so every word
    • will be forbidden that is said otherwise than in the form patented and
    • in a recognized school. Everything will be forbidden that recalls in the most
    • you, how dependent man is today on the opinions that whirl around him —
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • his etheric body. Then he goes his way. The etheric body retains the tendency
    • death man sees everything pass before him; for the etheric has the tendency
    • ourselves so independent of it — not letting it disturb us — that
    • would perceive the tendency to continual movement of her own light-body, and
    • that the etheric body cannot easily free itself; because he has so densely
    • evidence of that time. For what I have read to you really speaks of nothing
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • must be forbidden, others again cast sheep's eyes at those in power and seize
    • not only will anyone be forbidden to do anything for the health of
    • of thought. At present the constraint of the things forbidden is not much
    • mankind that is not stamped and certificated will be forbidden, so every word
    • will be forbidden that is said otherwise than in the form patented and
    • in a recognized school. Everything will be forbidden that recalls in the most
    • you, how dependent man is today on the opinions that whirl around him —
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    • widen and become the hollow bones of the cranium arises through the
    • true that the gardener may bring his influence to bear on it and
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    • deny the accusation of being materialistic. But this is not the
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    • to come into the world today with identical appearance and character,
    • olden times. Everything had the greatest influence on people, and so
    • denser and denser, and to the same extent as the substance, let us
    • He became as it were very dense at birth. This is the reason why men
    • that men are embodied in such dense substance. They cannot easily
    • as the earth and everything upon it became denser and denser man
    • grew less and less the denser man's body became. Through this
    • densification man became a more and more independent being and shut
    • withdrawal of the spiritual worlds, and the more independent and
    • fructification which, as an independent, self-contained being, he had
    • independent human being, and it is no longer in full harmony with the
    • man, as an independent being, detached himself from the all-embracing
    • independent as it were of his astral and etheric body. This is the
    • on the physical body and have made the physical body independent. And
    • hardened, independent being, subject to its own laws. Imagine what
    • body independent in the first place, he has deprived it of the
    • body independent, then it will be very difficult to help such a
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    • being are connected with and dependent on one another in the most
    • become obliterated, because man has had to become independent of
    • acquired his independence and freedom, otherwise the evolution of
    • there today to a certain extent, but it has become independent of
    • of divinity. This is the meaning behind rhythm becoming independent.
    • hidden. These are things that can show us that since the fifteenth
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    • which cannot be denied by even the most materialistic scientist or
    • pulled through this seventh day. The temperature suddenly falls, and
    • tendency to counteract the temperature and bring it down. If the
    • not got the tendency now to push the illness out, the patient comes
    • tendency to bring the temperature down. It is important to pay good
    • heed to these two points of coincidence. We could discover points
    • could be understood. The etheric body really has a tendency that
    • also been displaced. Man would never have become an independent being
    • independent of outer rhythm. But we must not lose the ground from
    • essential in olden times for man to be like an impress of the cosmos.
    • inner thought rhythm, and humanity would become completely decadent
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    • equal. Our organism is also dependent on the forces of heredity. This
    • lies hidden behind the inner conflict and disharmony in human nature.
    • accidental law of fate. But when we can look through present karma
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    • body is the physiognomy of the spirit — condensed spirit —
    • forces of its astral body, broadens and puffs them up. Strictly
    • way too, for its ego has not become so hardened in itself as later on
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    • below that still had no density to speak of. These bodies were too
    • dependent on the earth, and these spiritually more advanced beings
    • phenomena taking place in the region of the air became dependent on
    • the body hardened in egoism as it were, and it became impossible for
    • spiritual scientific way you will see evidence of them right into the
    • have described, and they led an independent existence up till much
    • red. Their development led them into decadence. Among the people of
    • those are the peoples who denied their ego to such an extent that
    • this no longer makes you black. But we do not wish to deny
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    • an extremely enthusiastic dog-lover would want to deny that there is
    • then slipped inside, is active for the first time independently of
    • animals. In these lower animals the astral body has quite evidently
    • possibility within it as a natural tendency when it comes into the
    • tendency continues to live itself out to the full until an ego might
    • identical to that of an animal, for that is not the case. The ego is
    • with a tail. The physical seed is really only a denser point in the
    • then, for him, the being that was hidden to begin with is developed.
    • simply through coincidence. It is not a question of the two men being
    • it is up to you to line up the facts so as to produce the evidence as
    • has entirely new experiences, independent of previous causes.
    • valley; at most the gardener could add something to it from outside
    • mankind's future evolution. This deed had no precedent, having its
    • confidence in life, for it shows him that he can, in the future, have
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    • correspondence between the true form of man and those faculties. The
    • we behold what is hidden from waking life. Results of destructive
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    • become more and more dependent upon inner exertions, and men will
    • recognise that for a certain period after death whatever is a burden
    • burden but it remains as it is; we cannot change it now; all we can
    • do is to recognise and accept the burden fully and deepen our nature
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    • of his own identity. Indeed his whole life during these early years
    • the end of a life we have a brittle organism is evidence that our
    • new incarnation. In earthly existence — as is evident even to
    • difference is evident according to whether an individual passes into
    • with it is mainly dependent upon a religious attitude of soul.
    • denominations Christianity has produced only one-sided aspects of its
    • peoples. There is still evidence of this. Only one who has been born
    • same stage and the element of religious egoism would be in evidence
    • understanding of it, but that does not entitle others to deny him the
    • something that must be noticed. A saying in identical terms is
    • will be for us a blessing — this will become evident in later
    • the course of further progress men were more and more to deny the
    • life at birth, the confidence, strength and hopefulness connected
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    • those hidden wishes, desires and passions which are present in the
    • denounces Anthroposophy because his friend has become an adherent
    • subconsciousness of those who denounce Anthroposophy could have a
    • alive. Or on another occasion we may hear of an accident to a train
    • would probably have been killed in an accident to a train which he
    • tremendous widening of human life and we shall see the purpose of
    • true conception of the independence of the soul. For it would be
    • dependent upon the sun and the forces operating in space. The Ego and
    • the astral body of man have made themselves independent of the forces
    • man is independent of the sun and planets which are his real home,
    • Christ Impulse leads when it permeates the soul. The independence of
    • sleep, how this condition is independent of the world of the stars,
    • independent. At that time, in certain intervals between incarnations,
    • itself independent. This brought about those conditions in the
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    • catabolic processes, processes of destruction. Evidence for this is
    • concealed from the human being in his later years. Evidence for this
    • the waking state, and below they are denser, more compact.
    • skill and accuracy he sets about building his den.
    • something that is independent of the body. Immortality was thus an
    • Kepler, for example, set out independently to calculate from the
    • humanity dependent upon the physical senses and the brain-bound
    • received in olden times. And how is this done? As we do it in
    • Decadence and atrophy would set in during the subsequent incarnation.
    • Human beings would quickly wither, be prematurely wrinkled. Decadence
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    • too evident in that sphere. As already said, when we pass again into
    • Mars. The example of a certain individuality is clear evidence of the
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    • correspondence between the true form of man and those faculties. The
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    • proper to mankind. There is, in fact, a natural correspondence
    • that had not yet condensed to the solid state.
    • completely hidden because it has built up the human being and
    • vanishes while he is living on Earth is most fully in evidence when
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    • well founded, but on the other hand it will also be evident that in
    • with less abruptness than the sudden flashing-up of
    • is evident in other spheres as well. And as our endeavour in these
    • from which it is evident that on the physical plane too, between
    • course of evolution. If we realise this, it will, become evident that
    • earliest youth the human being becomes dependent upon them and his
    • their souls men were far less independent. They were under the direct
    • respects their independence. Men were intended to live on the Earth
    • in a state of greater and greater independence. The leading spiritual
    • still be independent judgement — which is an utter
    • him that is independent of life on Earth. Whereas through the
    • influence of public opinion he becomes more and more dependent upon
    • tendency to uniformity resulting from the effects of public opinion
    • and independence needed in the present age. Whereas nowadays men have
    • the tendency to surrender their sense of freedom and succumb to the
    • be evident, which — although they become manifest only
    • in their life becomes evident. For the fact that an individual was a
    • qualities were in evidence; but then entirely new trends appeared and
    • these are individuals who give evidence of that fundamental change in
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    • we behold what is hidden from waking life. Results of destructive
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    • entirely hidden from ordinary observation. It is easy to understand
    • see everything that is hidden from the ordinary perception of waking
    • world with vision dependent in any respect upon the physical body.
    • Das Werdende, das ewig wirkt und lebt,
    • Umfass' euch mit der Liebe holden Schranken,
    • Erfistiget mit dauernden Gedanken.
    • provide empirical evidence of this. If you refer to du Bois-Reymond's
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    • When people do not flatly deny the possibility of a life after death,
    • evident that they are pious only in order that after death one or
    • death depends upon the inner tendencies of soul acquired here on
    • have an identical mission. The characteristic phenomena and
    • despondency is still out of place, but that should not lead anyone to
    • philosophy, from which it would be evident that we can have no
    • evident. In his lifetime the man had been very erudite but had always
    • dependent upon the contact established here on Earth — not
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    • in connection with this lecture, students are advised to turn to
    • (Begierdenglut), a region of ‘Flowing Susceptibility’
    • thoughts that are dependent upon the physical instrument of the
    • region between the Moon and Mercury, the soul is still burdened
    • earthly rendering of what is a self-evident experience in the Mars
    • Brahman’, we have now identified the region in question and
    • you now know to be the Mars region and in which a self-evident
    • Mars; it is the impulse denoted by the word ‘Nirvana’.
    • progress on Earth from one culture-epoch to the next is dependent
    • dependent upon influences connected with a world beyond the Saturn
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    • that we will rely on what cannot be denied even by minds most given
    • unprecedented deepening. Something happened with thought; it
    • experience, then suddenly something surprising emerges. One feels
    • dependent on those worlds; in thinking you take hold of something
    • evident, to her that if she was to maintain a free vision into the
    • hidden worlds for that which appeared in the Maya of the physical
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    • particularly evident when we consider the various ways in which the
    • was hidden from these Gnostics. Hence they were never satisfied — or at
    • difficulties denied entirely that the Christ had appeared on Earth in
    • various hidden aspects of the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, during
    • through meditation, a little of that confidence in the forming of
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    • have been maddened by an excess of will, or confused by repressed
    • the Earth and felt a dependence on the influences of Sun, Moon and
    • Instead of the chaos of the Dragon manifesting in maddened or
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    • abstract, as dependent only on the brain, as are the things often
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    • consciousness quarrel ardently about dogmas, while what was most
    • first, as occult, i.e. hidden, reality.
    • but can only give evidence of itself. But where and how did it come
    • could be told with confidence, but often, when I tried to trace the
    • runs down over the page's hand; and then a maiden with the Holy
    • ready. He thought the whole company had ridden out to hunt and wanted
    • Er gibt dem Ross den Lauf
    • Mit Weinen kommt er durch den Wald,
    • Den frommen Mann. In seiner Pein
    • Ich sah den Speer, auf dessen Stahl
    • Es blutig tropft. Ich sah den Gral
    • one merely glances superficially at the moon, but it is evident if
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    • golden vessel is actually the spiritual power of the sun. So we can
    • France, can deny that something mysterious came into history at that
    • denied, he wrote, that such spirits — he means spirits which
    • “It cannot be denied that such spirits formerly
    • cleave to our earth-god, Jahve!” From this came a denial of all
    • was kept hidden again, because men had first to seek for the
    • hidden depths of the East; that the religious controversies which
    • the fact that when the maiden carried in the gold-gleaming vessel,
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    • laws dependent on man's personal karma.
    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • comes the fourth evolutionary period; the independent rule of thought
    • from the external thought-perception, the independent creation of
    • philosophy must fall into decadence and die.
    • the consciousness soul: thought is an independent active Being. This
    • bevor ich nicht ein Eigenlicht geworden.
    • Doch neue Welt erschafft mein Geisterorden.
    • Der sich die Wahrheit leidend erst erhandelt,
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    • laws dependent on man's personal karma.
    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • comes the fourth evolutionary period; the independent rule of thought
    • from the external thought-perception, the independent creation of
    • philosophy must fall into decadence and die.
    • the consciousness soul: thought is an independent active Being. This
    • bevor ich nicht ein Eigenlicht geworden.
    • Doch neue Welt erschafft mein Geisterorden.
    • Der sich die Wahrheit leidend erst erhandelt,
  • Title: Lecture: The Spiritual Individualities of the Planets
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    • fact that it reflects the light of the Sun is evident to the most
    • remains hidden, just as what is behind a mirror remains hidden. What
    • Vedanta philosophy; we press on to the primal revelations hidden
    • realities, of spirit and soul hidden in this fortress has been lost.
    • should turn to the Moon in vain, whereas we must win the confidence
    • always dependent upon the relation between Jupiter and Saturn. When
    • stimulates this tendency.
    • freedom in its flame, and if freedom is misused, condenses it once
    • the same time the Sun is the substance in which, as condensed ashes,
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    • fact that it reflects the light of the Sun is evident to the most
    • remains hidden, just as what is behind a mirror remains hidden. What
    • Vedanta philosophy; we press on to the primal revelations hidden
    • realities, of spirit and soul hidden in this fortress has been lost.
    • should turn to the Moon in vain, whereas we must win the confidence
    • always dependent upon the relation between Jupiter and Saturn. When
    • stimulates this tendency.
    • freedom in its flame, and if freedom is misused, condenses it once
    • the same time the Sun is the substance in which, as condensed ashes,
  • Title: Geographic Medicine: Cover Sheet
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    • Also known as: Hidden Forces in the Being of Man
  • Title: Geographic Medicine: Contents
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  • Title: Geographic Medicine: Lecture I
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    • feeling did not easily accommodate themselves to such sudden
    • dealing with a realm in which you could say that the student,
    • particularly the scientific student, shrinks from its first
    • so. For when he presents evidence he must always indicate by what
    • say that I am walking over ground that has become sodden, and in it I
    • evident that, having meanwhile brought our life to this point, the
    • violent death, be it through accident or some other cause. The
    • his conceptual life, his conceptions would have crippling, deadening
    • those ancient times, to impart what was hidden was strictly
    • forbidden. Even today, those who know of these mysteries of life (of
    • has learned about these things merely as a student from another
    • brief indications I was able to give today it can become evident what
    • enthusiastic students have carried these things through the second
    • identify himself and we will consider him as one of us.” To
    • most important students of Haeckel who entered upon the industrious,
    • Organism. A Rebuttal to Darwin's Theory of Chance (Das Werden der
    • Hartmann. Such a matter is pretty much without precedent: already the
    • Werjene beiden nicht besitzt,
  • Title: Geographic Medicine: Lecture II
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    • that is developed here on earth is essentially dependent on the
    • dependent upon the rhythm of breathing. This love we cannot take over
    • matters, is hidden.
  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Destiny
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    • this way — many things are almost self-evident, nevertheless it
    • with the physical world, makes us, as it were, confident that also
    • encompassing than those which are dependent upon our existence within
    • whose life has ended suddenly through some accident. From the very
    • who loses his life through an accident, by being run over by a train,
    • brought about by the circumstance that a violent and sudden end of
    • life has caused death? Seen from the other side, a sudden and violent
    • connection, I shall make use of a comparison which is evident,
    • appear as a coincidence are not at all a coincidence, but they form
    • it may seem a coincidence that someone has been run over by a train;
    • a coincidence. If from the other side, from the spiritual side, we
    • violent death has developed up to the moment of his accident in
    • not met with this or with that accident this morning?” For it
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • discover that in the meantime an accident has occurred along the way,
    • an accident we would have met with had we left half an hour sooner.
    • meet with an accident and whose good genius, I might say, does not
    • guard him against this accident, that this man who meets with an
    • accident is driven to it by the necessity of his karma. Had this
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    • Die Verbindung Zwischen Lebenden und Toten.
    • this way — many things are almost self-evident, nevertheless it
    • with the physical world, makes us, as it were, confident that also
    • encompassing than those which are dependent upon our existence within
    • whose life has ended suddenly through some accident. From the very
    • who loses his life through an accident, by being run over by a train,
    • brought about by the circumstance that a violent and sudden end of
    • life has caused death? Seen from the other side, a sudden and violent
    • connection, I shall make use of a comparison which is evident,
    • appear as a coincidence are not at all a coincidence, but they form
    • it may seem a coincidence that someone has been run over by a train;
    • a coincidence. If from the other side, from the spiritual side, we
    • violent death has developed up to the moment of his accident in
    • not met with this or with that accident this morning?” For it
    • some accident. Sometimes we realise to a certain extent how matters
    • discover that in the meantime an accident has occurred along the way,
    • an accident we would have met with had we left half an hour sooner.
    • meet with an accident and whose good genius, I might say, does not
    • guard him against this accident, that this man who meets with an
    • accident is driven to it by the necessity of his karma. Had this
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  • Title: On the Connection of the Living and the Dead
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    • ‘etherization,’ so to speak, for their densest
    • — however hidden it remains — is of significance for the
    • unnoticed by most people. After all, who can deny that we do not
    • of the inherent tendency in life, of such a being.
    • dependent, in his soul, on personal feelings of sympathy or
    • be able to make ourselves like them — independent, in a sense,
    • given time on earth are largely dependent on those who died and
    • dependent on this working of the dead into the life of earthly human
    • ago, or even longer. These are the hidden connections — the
    • tendency of feeling, should not begin to work until thirty or forty
    • our own soul is rooted, which soil is in truth identical with the
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    • ‘etherization,’ so to speak, for their densest
    • — however hidden it remains — is of significance for the
    • unnoticed by most people. After all, who can deny that we do not
    • of the inherent tendency in life, of such a being.
    • dependent, in his soul, on personal feelings of sympathy or
    • be able to make ourselves like them — independent, in a sense,
    • given time on earth are largely dependent on those who died and
    • dependent on this working of the dead into the life of earthly human
    • ago, or even longer. These are the hidden connections — the
    • tendency of feeling, should not begin to work until thirty or forty
    • our own soul is rooted, which soil is in truth identical with the
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    • evolution in so far as this evolution is dependent upon man's
    • and breath. In so doing he identified himself with what his
    • that way. When one has reached say three, then there are suddenly a
    • decline within the civilized world; it is failing into decadence. If
    • elements. The strong tendency of these elements towards unification
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    • evolution in so far as this evolution is dependent upon man's
    • and breath. In so doing he identified himself with what his
    • that way. When one has reached say three, then there are suddenly a
    • decline within the civilized world; it is failing into decadence. If
    • elements. The strong tendency of these elements towards unification
  • Title: Lecture: The Moment of Death and the Period Thereafter
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    • being because it becomes hardened within us and because it pushes
    • manner of other processes take place as well. This may be evident
  • Title: Lecture: The Moment of Death and the Period Thereafter
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    • being because it becomes hardened within us and because it pushes
    • manner of other processes take place as well. This may be evident
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    • the right confidence can be gained only gradually, by one who sees
    • persons of all manner of spiritual-scientific tendencies, who allow
    • the attempt is made to cause a certain impression — the student
    • identical with the way in which it has grown out of “the
    • And this is just what uplifts, gladdens and warms the
    • somehow become evident, spiritually. In other words, this Lucifer
    • is an undeniable proof for the fact that we need not go back so very
    • can give us, because the world widens out for us more and more,
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    • the right confidence can be gained only gradually, by one who sees
    • persons of all manner of spiritual-scientific tendencies, who allow
    • the attempt is made to cause a certain impression — the student
    • identical with the way in which it has grown out of “the
    • And this is just what uplifts, gladdens and warms the
    • somehow become evident, spiritually. In other words, this Lucifer
    • is an undeniable proof for the fact that we need not go back so very
    • can give us, because the world widens out for us more and more,
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    • of students: —
    • pure thought, such as mathematics, no way dependent on an outer
    • to whom he must repay the first third. Reason for man's dependence
    • characteristics dependent on place of birth; owing to propagation
    • as Scandinavia. The question is how far will their tendencies be
    • therefore more independently than those of the West. They
    • Folk-spirits to teach men independence, so the mysteries began to
  • Title: Mission of Folk-Souls (1929): Lecture 1
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    • I to bring forward all that might be adduced in the way of evidence
    • is one who is able to identify himself with the great mission of
    • body and being active here and there in the world independently of
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    • of Italy, and again different over the lands of Norway, Denmark or
    • which may indeed change suddenly, and that this change may even be
    • fundamentally only maya or external illusion; it is a condensation,
    • part of the external is dependent upon this etheric aura upon which
    • matter dependent, they are compelled at certain times to wander over
    • certain tendency to thought. Hence the thought of man at the
  • Title: Mission of Folk-Souls (1929): Lecture 3
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    • want you just to think of an iron or a wooden triangle; if now you
    • like the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness. He is also
    • that it is independent of him, with which therefore he has nothing
    • brought about by the abnormal Spirits of Form, who have denied
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    • descended to the present material densification only at that period
    • reason, however, man has become more dependent on the earth upon
    • dependent upon that part of the earth on which he lives, and because
    • the Spirits of Form, as one might say, — he becomes dependent
    • in the middle third of his life, he would have been independent of
    • But because he has become dependent upon the earth, because his youth
    • which he was born. He thus becomes dependent upon all the conditions
    • of the earth belonging to that place, upon the incidence of the sun's
    • dependent upon the earthly conditions of the place in which he is
    • possibility is given that a man should not only be dependent in this
    • Atlantean epoch, when man was directly dependent upon his earthly
    • through heredity, but became more and more independent of place.
    • Form he is dependent upon the spot on which he lives.
    • permeates the human organization, so that man becomes dependent upon
    • dependent upon these forces, that this spot imprints the
    • so far as he is dependent upon the physical organizing forces, not
    • creations of man are still to a great extent dependent upon the
    • also understand, that in a certain way the tendency of civilization
    • to make man independent with regard to the higher parts of his being,
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    • as one has the smallest tendency to take an objective description of
    • dense, rocky, stony substance over which he walks just as he first
    • but it would form and throw up waves in a denser substance.
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    • hidden place for those who were initiated into these Mysteries was to
    • in the post-Atlantean epoch. He took the precedence long, long after
    • a higher stage. But that includes the materialistic tendency and
    • materialistic tendency, does a more or less materialistic people
    • were at the same time given quite different tendencies, tendencies
    • mythology represents the primal tendencies of the Archangel who was
    • sent up here to the North, the primal tendencies which have retained
    • tendencies which were expressed later in the unique form of the
    • certain way, the tendency to rise to the rank of an Archai. But to
    • a definite way those tendencies should develop which in certain
    • tendencies of the Archangel, Germanic mythology is in its pictures
    • question will be, how those tendencies which once upon a time an
    • of the Age. These tendencies will be able to become an important part
    • tendencies it has received at an earlier epoch.
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    • most disquieting tendency in our present-day science, because
    • in olden times was thought of as being much more closely related to
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    • tendencies from the beginning and as it has gradually developed in
    • independent free being to glow with enthusiasm for what he thinks,
    • the Luciferic powers lie hidden, he will have nothing to do even with
    • the independence of man, he felt not merely the possibility of evil,
    • body in order to bring it to freedom and independence, the element of
    • form and coloring to man and made him an independent, active being in
    • the thoughts of the freedom and independence of man can be traced
    • tendency to untruthfulness which is active there. In the Fenris Wolf
    • had the tendency to receive Balder's influence, and he would
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    • veiled and hidden. Occultly, however, Sif signifies the group-soul of
    • jurisprudence, which is built up purely on the ‘ I ’.
    • how the Eastern European expresses his tendency of receptivity
    • suddenly feels as it were the germ for a future unfolding. It goes so
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    • As a golden thread running through the last few
    • tendency, and this enables him to understand modern Spiritual Science
    • theories, or whether they only contain a hidden materialism. It will
    • would come into play against that force which in olden times had to
    • danger so great as the tendency to remain satisfied with the old
    • Anthroposophy, if in that, the tendency towards all sorts of
    • Occidentalism into that which we look upon as the real life-blood of
    • denominational acknowledgment of the historical Christ upon us, or
    • occultism will appear before mankind free and independent of every
    • attitude, which should, like a golden thread, run through the whole.
    • Occidentalism; both are equally sympathetic to him; he only states
  • Title: Lecture: A Picture of Earth-Evolution in the Future
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    • clairvoyant pictures densified into the forms of intellectual consciousness, as
    • world? Young students go into the hospitals or to universities to study
    • comprehension of the world. What is taught to young students today in so
    • students in our day have to submit when they are taught anatomy and physiology
    • applying tortures in the Middle Ages. Students learn about the human being as
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    • clairvoyant pictures densified into the forms of intellectual consciousness, as
    • world? Young students go into the hospitals or to universities to study
    • comprehension of the world. What is taught to young students today in so
    • students in our day have to submit when they are taught anatomy and physiology
    • applying tortures in the Middle Ages. Students learn about the human being as
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    • und die menschliche Seele. Über den Sinn des Lebens.
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    • the name “I”, or ego, we denote one of the four most
    • St. Paul's view. If this view requires any evidence, it is
    • hidden. It is this: He who led Moses, who appeared to Moses in the
    • immortality we can now connect with what is denoted by Love. Love is
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    • confidence that lives in our soul — confidence in the lasting
    • the world of the occult, the world of hidden spirituality. A man who
    • left behind him the poems, Wir fanden einen Pfad (“We
    • which was meant to indicate, in tendency at any rate, the direction
    • spiritual world to find her real identity. Not as early as 1907, but
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    • identified only with a continuing conscious existence of the human
    • accustom ourselves in Anthroposophy to widen our judgments and our
    • men of the present day do not want to widen their judgment, but
    • hold good for the higher planes. There, judgment must be widened.
    • which we are laden are not merely our own affair; they are an
    • ages had laden themselves with guilt and sins. Error now comes in if
    • denotes a cosmic fact and not a karmic fact.
    • decadent civilization will be rooted out when silence falls on those
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    • that human nature might not be laden with their death also. In order
    • Many other things are hidden for man behind
    • the time of the Mystery of Golgotha it had become denser, had more
    • have spiritually created dense forms to which they had imparted
    • death. And these dense forms would have become the very things that
    • They would all be there. The tendency indicated here would lead to a
    • density. Spirit also becomes dense, and so our collective
    • that has condensed out of the separate incarnations. Truly, my dear
    • And wherever any religious denomination associates
    • religious denomination, one of Christ's servants speaks of the
    • denomination speaks of the forgiveness of sins is convinced that the
    • part of those who see that there are men who can be independent. In
    • Hope and confidence in the future of our work can dwell
    • confidence may allow us to say that our teaching is itself what
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  • Title: Search for the New Isis: Lecture II: The Quest for Isis-Sophia
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    • down to the Virgin from the clouds, through a condensation, as it
    • within — Christ, Who remains hidden in darkness if we do not
    • represented by the holy Sophia. The present age has the tendency to
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    • these men of olden times spoke of the stars as if they were living
    • olden times men did not merely see points or surfaces of light but
    • olden times were similar to ours. A little while ago I spoke to you
    • olden times men possessed a deep, inner faculty for perceiving what
    • faculties of perception. Man in olden times was highly sensitive
    • not to what has come as a transplant from olden times; look into your
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    • connection is, however, in many ways deceptive, for the men of olden
    • inner forces of the earth are not, of course, completely independent
    • the earth kingdoms below him. And as in olden times man was much more
    • dependent upon the physical and etheric bodies than he is today, the
    • earth and especially of the animal world. In those olden days men had
    • remnant of the living pictures that were present in olden times in
    • our empirical knowledge. The external perception of olden times
    • the outcome of a sudden idea of one man but of a world-historical
    • possible decadence of knowledge arising from inner powers and, on the
    • there as a terrible burden in the world.
    • — but everything will lead to decadence, to barbarism, to
    • Think, too, of science. A young medical student was with
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    • tendencies of thought such as the Gnosis, etc. We can observe how in
    • characterised in this booklet responds to a scientific tendency
    • the modern tendency of thought to the genuine observation of
    • opinions-regarding these facts which deny this and presume that
    • question of the contrast of the widened world-consciousness of the
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    • foundation of my own, independent method of research.
    • was represented by me as something entirely independent, and
    • thus always been an independent part of that Society was further
    • developed and further built up in the now wholly independent
    • independent. This is not put forward from want of modesty, but merely
    • became evident that an ordinary theatre cannot be the right framework
    • lifeless form, were suddenly to begin to walk and to become living.
    • often denominated a kind of clairvoyance, the essential thing in the
    • company of people were sitting here and a lion suddenly appeared
    • sense to deny personality in God. One arrives, on the contrary, at
    • foundations, by any religious denomination. Only, in this very domain,
    • as well. It does not deny what you say, it accepts it. Only it must add
    • science widens the spiritual sight, the eye of the soul, to extend over
    • world as something false and forbidden. Nowadays there is no one really
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    • men of those olden times beheld of the spiritual-super-sensible world
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
    • animal-form in his botanical and zoological studies was identical as
    • themselves the product of his own thinking. The man of olden times
    • ourselves, and we regard them as our property. The man of olden time
    • olden times tried to safeguard themselves from Luciferic influences.
    • the blood in his veins. In olden times, thoughts had been regarded
    • was like a confession on the part of those sages of olden times. When
    • All these things are evidence that
    • teachers in the Mysteries the man of olden time became aware through
    • us in the Christmas Mystery. By contrasting it with olden times we
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    • men of those olden times beheld of the spiritual-super-sensible world
    • reality, but of a spiritual world lying hidden behind the physical
    • animal-form in his botanical and zoological studies was identical as
    • themselves the product of his own thinking. The man of olden times
    • ourselves, and we regard them as our property. The man of olden time
    • olden times tried to safeguard themselves from Luciferic influences.
    • the blood in his veins. In olden times, thoughts had been regarded
    • was like a confession on the part of those sages of olden times. When
    • All these things are evidence that
    • teachers in the Mysteries the man of olden time became aware through
    • us in the Christmas Mystery. By contrasting it with olden times we
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    • facultad de la clarividencia instintiva. En ciertos estados de
    • la antigua clarividencia, los hombres sabían que eran expresiones
    • clarividencia instintiva y establecer una sabiduría compuesta de
    • clarividente. Considerando que la mayoría de los hombres se
    • tratar de transportarnos dentro de esta actitud bastante diferente del
    • pensar. Él forma cadenas de pensamientos, en conformidad con las
    • pensamientos que conceden al hombre. Porque si esto no se hace, es muy
    • ascendente que de esta forma se expandía en ondas. Este acto estaba
    • inscribiendo en un medio externo — el humo ascendente — a
    • oración inscrita en el humo ascendente, los sentimientos que el
    • que se desarrollaba dentro de sí mismo, de su propiedad, como la
    • cosas son evidencia de que la actitud hacia la sabiduría que
    • dentro de sí mismo, como la sangre. Por lo tanto, podemos decir: En
    • Gólgota como la verdadera redención de la humanidad. Se
    • decían a sí mismos: El poder espiritual residente en el Sol
    • humanas, ya que los pensamientos del hombre están ahora dentro de
    • también está encadenado con más fuerza a la tierra, ya no
    • transferido durante el verano. La luz y la tibieza se hunden, por
    • pensamientos que adquiere en la oscuridad de su vida interior pueden ser
    • a través de Roma a la Europa occidental, sobreponiéndose al
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    • facultad de la clarividencia instintiva. En ciertos estados de
    • la antigua clarividencia, los hombres sabían que eran expresiones
    • clarividencia instintiva y establecer una sabiduría compuesta de
    • clarividente. Considerando que la mayoría de los hombres se
    • tratar de transportarnos dentro de esta actitud bastante diferente del
    • pensar. Él forma cadenas de pensamientos, en conformidad con las
    • pensamientos que conceden al hombre. Porque si esto no se hace, es muy
    • ascendente que de esta forma se expandía en ondas. Este acto estaba
    • inscribiendo en un medio externo — el humo ascendente — a
    • oración inscrita en el humo ascendente, los sentimientos que el
    • que se desarrollaba dentro de sí mismo, de su propiedad, como la
    • cosas son evidencia de que la actitud hacia la sabiduría que
    • dentro de sí mismo, como la sangre. Por lo tanto, podemos decir: En
    • Gólgota como la verdadera redención de la humanidad. Se
    • decían a sí mismos: El poder espiritual residente en el Sol
    • humanas, ya que los pensamientos del hombre están ahora dentro de
    • también está encadenado con más fuerza a la tierra, ya no
    • transferido durante el verano. La luz y la tibieza se hunden, por
    • pensamientos que adquiere en la oscuridad de su vida interior pueden ser
    • a través de Roma a la Europa occidental, sobreponiéndose al
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    • created works of art which deny the outer world and produce their
    • from some self-evident quality of genius. Through having his
    • secrets hidden in the stone; that after all is what plastic art
    • lay hidden within it when everything had been removed that did not
    • coincidence that Galileo was born on the day that Michelangelo died.
    • of being forbidden the Pope's presence though the Pope had
    • reveals to us the hidden destiny of the human soul growing forth from
    • sketches and drawings, and also the wooden model of the dome which
    • are hidden, ere the final reckoning fall
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • are hidden, ere the final reckoning fall
  • Title: Lecture: Michelangelo
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    • created works of art which deny the outer world and produce their
    • from some self-evident quality of genius. Through having his
    • secrets hidden in the stone; that after all is what plastic art
    • lay hidden within it when everything had been removed that did not
    • coincidence that Galileo was born on the day that Michelangelo died.
    • of being forbidden the Pope's presence though the Pope had
    • reveals to us the hidden destiny of the human soul growing forth from
    • sketches and drawings, and also the wooden model of the dome which
    • are hidden, ere the final reckoning fall
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • are hidden, ere the final reckoning fall
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • Thinking becomes independent. The enhancement of logical thinking
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • develop this inner capacity to form thoughts independent of anything
    • It cannot be denied —
    • deadening one's senses. It is no different from someone saying,
    • ourselves, as sometimes happens, we can also have the dream students
    • easily finds the solution. The student really dreams that this
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • anthroposophically inclined souls know where Fichte's confidence in
    • independently of time and space. They should be alive in us
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • can deny that we continue to live in sleep — unless such a
    • conscious existence are dependent on those aspects of our ego and
    • resident and active in other living beings, in plants, animals, or
    • independence.
    • the spiritual world as independent beings. Religious leaders no
    • days to deny Christ and claim that there is no evidence that Christ
    • fact, people have even produced evidence showing there was no
    • certainly not survive the sudden shock of such an experience. For us
    • that so saddened us in recent days could not recur. I am referring to
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Four: The Presence of the Dead in our Life
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • little relevance in identifying him. Perhaps we were particularly
    • all the usual means of identifying the ego and appearance of a person
    • perceive them the same way. We identify the angels and archangels not
    • a book now, at the age of forty, and all of a sudden he or she begins
    • facts and objects by means totally independent of the object or fact.
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • Thinking becomes independent. The enhancement of logical thinking
    • science studies an area that must necessarily remain hidden to the
    • without using my senses or my limbs. I have experiences independent
    • body with all its physical attributes as separate and independent of
    • learn to live in this weaving, hidden activity of language creation,
    • control this hidden power, we can also detach our thinking and
    • by my looking at it, but exists independent of me and makes an
    • view into the sphere of the dead widens, our insight into the
    • is, if we have developed thinking independent of the brain.
    • autonomy from us similar to the relative independence of the eyes,
    • is so independent as to act as our spiritual organ of perception for
    • normally limited by our intelligence, become independent from our
    • clairvoyant development, it becomes independent and also a very
    • making it inwardly independent, alive, and comprehensible. That is
    • independent thinking becomes the spiritual eye, as it were, for the
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • nerves begin. This happens independently of our mind, at a time when
    • to feel that this new principle must be applied. Otherwise we deny
    • this that understanding and knowledge are dependent on the physical
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • knowing the world that are denied by materialism.
    • Escapes while he is at the dentist!
    • cosmic evidence that the spiritual forces in us can triumph over
    • golden, out of the golden sunshine, and Hamerling describes what was
    • shining forth in the golden light as follows:
    • was identical with spirituality. He would often survey everything he
    • Hamerling was a student in
    • student quarters. What were his feelings then? He suddenly had the
    • chaos of blossoms, rot, blood, newts, golden fruits, blue eyes, harp
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    • certain hidden arrogance which is abundantly in evidence here and
    • in achieving an ‘unprecedented’ mastery of the forces of
    • Nature. (This word, ‘unprecedented’, is very popular.)
    • But a real understanding of modern life makes it evident that through
    • Rhine” they can be thinking of the river-bed, the indentation
    • credence is given to this to-day because the spoken word is heard as
    • indicated, it will be quite evident that this modern age of ours
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    • certain hidden arrogance which is abundantly in evidence here and
    • in achieving an ‘unprecedented’ mastery of the forces of
    • Nature. (This word, ‘unprecedented’, is very popular.)
    • But a real understanding of modern life makes it evident that through
    • Rhine” they can be thinking of the river-bed, the indentation
    • credence is given to this to-day because the spoken word is heard as
    • indicated, it will be quite evident that this modern age of ours
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    • As students of anthroposophical Spiritual Science it will certainly
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • surrounded from childhood by the decadent forms of ancient Oriental
    • hearts from a degenerate Oriental culture. We can find evidence of
    • of decadent Orientalism. There is a curious duality in the
    • Today, of course, it has become altogether decadent, but at the time
    • into denser and denser states of matter, resulting finally in the
    • into very hard and dense material bodies. Fundamentally speaking what
    • this reason those who are sincere students of the truths of
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    • As students of anthroposophical Spiritual Science it will certainly
    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • surrounded from childhood by the decadent forms of ancient Oriental
    • hearts from a degenerate Oriental culture. We can find evidence of
    • of decadent Orientalism. There is a curious duality in the
    • Today, of course, it has become altogether decadent, but at the time
    • into denser and denser states of matter, resulting finally in the
    • into very hard and dense material bodies. Fundamentally speaking what
    • this reason those who are sincere students of the truths of
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    • majority of people, for the independent testing of
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • others; he will lack independence in the way in which he faces life —
    • independence, which can already be observed in one and the same
    • in the next incarnation. Helplessness and lack of independence will
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
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    • majority of people, for the independent testing of
    • that at some later period of life such a person is dependent on
    • others; he will lack independence in the way in which he faces life —
    • independence, which can already be observed in one and the same
    • in the next incarnation. Helplessness and lack of independence will
    • When we see someone facing life in a helpless and dependent way, we
  • Title: Lecture: The Inexpressible Name, Spirits of Space and Time.
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    • that of today. The human bodies of olden times, the mummies which you
    • humanity — though even in ancient Egypt these olden times had
    • is a consequence of the fact that the Occident designates as a Maya
    • Orient designates the ideology of the Occident as a reality. Today we
    • enough. This is only dependent on the fact that the constantly
    • mediumistically, but mystically. This is almost palpably evident
    • hardens their brain. Women fortunately were not admitted to these
    • by a free spiritual striving, independently of the state, and that
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    • that of today. The human bodies of olden times, the mummies which you
    • humanity — though even in ancient Egypt these olden times had
    • is a consequence of the fact that the Occident designates as a Maya
    • Orient designates the ideology of the Occident as a reality. Today we
    • enough. This is only dependent on the fact that the constantly
    • mediumistically, but mystically. This is almost palpably evident
    • hardens their brain. Women fortunately were not admitted to these
    • by a free spiritual striving, independently of the state, and that
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    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • spiritual development we identify ourselves with the world. We
    • man was not an independent volitional being; the Angels willed
    • out this subconscious writing activity is essentially dependent
    • only rely on what lives in you. But imagine that you are suddenly
    • independently, when you draw its attention to something which is
    • to, we may always deny them. But our observation should be
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    • physical life, or in general upon our whole being, it is evident
    • spiritual development we identify ourselves with the world. We
    • man was not an independent volitional being; the Angels willed
    • out this subconscious writing activity is essentially dependent
    • only rely on what lives in you. But imagine that you are suddenly
    • independently, when you draw its attention to something which is
    • to, we may always deny them. But our observation should be
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • wide-ranging way, these lectures are more condensed, ‘personal’
    • advanced student and the beginner who wishes to begin an exploration,
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • of the General Anthroposophical Society under himself as President at
    • it is often only as the student penetrates deeper and nearer to the
    • to the student as a good grammar is indispensable to a man engaged in
    • an important one — not only for ‘advanced’ students of
    • It is condensed and difficult for most readers, and above all for those
    • The matter in this book is extremely condensed and one feels one is
    • indeed become — in a miracle of condensation — all that
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • a terrible longing to solve this riddle of man. Others deaden themselves
    • in outer life. But in so deadening themselves they kill within them
    • thing from the depths of the sea. Man feels his own true being hidden
    • from olden times. It directs man's feeling and devotion to that other
    • element has remained from olden times. It has, however, no point of
    • and hears the voice of conscience; but in olden times this was the voice
    • begin with; he studies what has come down from olden times, and —
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • but a short time ago, our confidence in such science is radically
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture III: The Transition from Ordinary Knowledge to the Science of Initiation
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • bodies. If we want to acquire independently, of our own free will, what
    • with independent speech and gestures — speaks from out of him, as one
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • which is less clearly experienced, and our willing, which is quite hidden
    • perception of the lifted object, is hidden in complete darkness. But
    • it is dependent on bodily development; being dreamlike in a little child
    • sure we may be that our soul, though dependent in its manifestations
    • when we sleep, and is dependent on every rising and falling tide of
    • way. We must go into the garden to pick cabbages, cook and eat them;
    • and we know that we need what is out there in the garden and that it
    • in what is fluid. Of course, the etheric man still remains an independent
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • and that this tendency to spherical formation, due to the complex of
    • fight continually to overcome this tendency in our etheric body. — Of
    • has from the cosmos the tendency to take on spherical form. The higher
    • tendency and mould the spherical form to the human shape. So we may
    • building up his own form out of the etheric, whereas the formative tendency
    • in this centrifugal tendency. In this connection you need only think
    • really strives away from man; and in this tendency the etheric is active.
    • our materialistic age speaks. It must he the love by which you can identify
    • world, you are not identical. You must really be able to feel what is
    • then experience the above identification with, and coming to life in,
    • suddenly realise that there are moral impulses and you should act in
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • the dependence of these thoughts upon their physical instrument —
    • I must burden you with these considerations, or you will not really
    • this I do not deny that our civilisation really does tend to make people
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • if free from mystical or similar tendencies, does not take seriously at
    • The picture I have just described may relate to a railway accident in
    • becomes smaller and smaller, moving onward in time. It suddenly shrinks
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • lived, for it is hidden under the surface of existence. If, through
    • initiation, we learn to know what is otherwise hidden from ordinary
    • into the secrets of life seems to himself so burdened with debt, so
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture IX: Phases of Memory and the Real Self
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    • These lectures were given to an audience of seasoned students of
    • memory. Old people, when dying, suddenly remember things that had long
    • a gigantic perspective. These pictures are suddenly there: the events
    • and possess ‘time-perspective’. This tableau appears suddenly,
    • we are so utterly unaccustomed. We must suddenly adapt ourselves to
    • within us as memory is condensed to pictures, which last some days after
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    • we are equipped to develop those scientific tendencies further, with
    • jurisprudence and sociology must all be permeated by what can be
    • This basic tendency of spiritual science is very naturally a thorn in
    • was directly against this tendency inside the Church that the
    • with what they had not the courage to deny, the freedom of science.
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    • will deny that the enforcement of such an oath strengthens the
    • external grasp of the matter. Nor will anyone deny that if it is felt
    • may nevertheless be thrown out as an aside. Must not confidence in a
    • evident that he was not an ignoramus like Count Hoensbruch, whose
    • deny it. But we are very lenient towards everything of the nature of
    • tendency to slander, calumny, and abuse. Now I am not criticizing
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    • burdens his soul with evil, that human being is for all eternity
    • denominations, and one would everywhere find that appeal is made to
    • denominations, by eliminating the life before birth under
    • fostered by the religious denominations which speak only of life
    • in drawing an ever denser and denser veil over the real secret of
    • a liar. Or would you deny that the dream is a liar, that it
    • This incident bears out in a remarkable way what I have already often
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    • in der Mappe mit den 14 Bildtafeln
    • Die hier vorliegenden vierzehn Tafeln sind
    • «Schriftzeichen», die so genommen werden müssen, wie
    • geistigen Wahrnehmung in den übersinnlichen Welten
    • liefern, was der sogenannte «Seher» in den unsichtbaren
    • Welten wahrnimmt. Bei den hier wiedergegebenen Zeichen handelt es
    • Schauens» wieder-geben, ist das bei den sieben Säulen nicht
    • in gleicher Art der Fall. Denn die Wahrneh-mungen der geistigen Welt
    • muß beachtet werden, daß man es nicht zu sehr dem
    • «Hören» in der physischen Welt ähnlich denken
    • soll, denn obwohl es sich damit vergleichen läßt, ist es
    • malerisch) denkt.
    • Ursachen zu den Dingen der physischen Welt im
    • verfolgt, so stellt sich ihm diese in den gegebenen sieben
    • Siegelbildern dar. Er. hat nichts zu erfinden, sondern lediglich die
    • Für den Kongreß in München waren sie in Farben
    • Siegel für den Kongreßsaal hat nach den ihr gemachten
    • denken, so soll jetzt der Versuch gemacht werden, durch eine neue
    • dann auch vervielfältigt wurden.
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    • den Märchen, so verlangt es beim Illustrieren nach der
    • Farbe; Geist-Inhalte aber, bei denen es auf das Denken ankommt,
    • wie bei den Bildern der Apokalypse, für die ist das
    • er sich mit den Problemen des Hell-Dunkel abgab.
    • gedenken, als die Aufgabe an mich herantrat, die
    • in seinen Farbstudien zu ergründen suchte. –
    • ersten Goetheanums. Alle diese umfassenden, erst ab 1914 in
    • Dornach gegebenen Zukunftsimpulse sind denjenigen
    • altem Können erworbene Form zu gießen. In den
    • kompositionelle Größe bewundern, aus denen man
    • worden, dem gerecht zu werden, was Rudolf Steiner als Ziel
    • Es wurden hier die
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    • stellt umfassend die ganze Erdenentwicklung des Menschen dar.
    • Sinne auch beschrieben finden in der «Offenbarung St.
    • Johannis» (Apokalypse). Denn wer diese Schrift im
    • Aufzeichner der «geheimen Offenbarunge dargestellt worden.
    • – Man kann an den folgenden Siegeln finden, daß sie
    • Apokalypse beschrieben ist, doch nicht ganz. Denn unseren
    • ist, in ihrer eigenen Gestalt sich aber, den modernen geistigen
    • Dennoch soll hier, wo es darauf ankommt, die Beschreibung unter
    • werden. Ausdrücklich bemerkt soll werden, daß manches
    • von den sieben Siegeln schon in diesem oder jenem Werke der
    • solchen Dingen Eingeweihte finden können, daß diese
    • güldene Lichter, und inmitten der Lichter des
    • Menschensohnes Bild, mit langem Gewande und mit einem goldenen
    • Gürtel um die Lenden; und sein Haupt und Haar waren
    • seinem Glanze glich der leuchtenden Sonne.» In allgemeinen
    • Zeichen, jede Form an den Siegelbildern ist vielsagend, und was
    • hier gesagt wird, kann nur Etwas von Vielem sein. Unter den
    • in ihrer gegenwärtigen Gestalt die abwärtsgehenden
    • Menschen sind heute erst noch unvollkommen und werden
    • «Mysterium des schaffenden Wortes» genannt wird. Es
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    • Erdenmensch hat in ferner Urzeit nämlich noch nicht das
    • das vorhanden, vas gegenwärtig noch die auf einer
    • verfolgt werden, so ergibt sich, daß die verschiedenen
    • werden können. Und diese sind in den vier apokalyptischen
    • gerührt, was oftmals so trocken allegorisch bei den vier
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    • beobachtet werden. Unsere physische Welt kann man nach ihren
    • «Geisterlandes» dar. Die posaunenblasenden Engel
    • und Dinge aufgebaut und in ihrem Werden und Wirken erhalten
    • werden. Die «apokalyptischen Reiter» stellen die
    • durchgeht und die sich auf dem Astralplan in den Reitern auf
    • den Pferden darstellen: ein weißglänzendes Pferd,
    • die Herrschaft über den Leib hat (daher die grüne
    • wirkenden Lebenskraft ergibt).
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    • Erdenkreislauf seine Entwicklung dadurch durch, daß es
    • Blaues Blut ist der physische Ausdruck der Erkenntnis gebenden
    • Reide in ihrem Zusammenwirken stellen dar den Baum der
    • Erkenntnis und den Baum des Lebens, oder auch die beiden
    • Säulen, auf denen sich das Leben und die Erkenntnis
    • Mensch Eins werden wird mit den universalen Erdenkräften.
    • den Oberleib zur Anschauung, der aus Wolken besteht, und durch
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    • Erdenkräften, sondern mit den Sonnenkräften arbeiten
    • sich im Siegel einerseits dar in dem Tiere mit den «sieben
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    • in der Geistigkeit stark gewordenen Menschen dar,
    • welcher die niederen Kräfte nicht nur überwunden,
    • den Schlüssel des Abgrunds hielt und eine große Kette
    • in der Hand hatte. Und er brachte den Drachen, die Schlange der
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    • Gral». Es ist dasjenige astralische Erlebnis, welches den
    • durchsichtigen Lösung. Und was – in bezug auf den
    • wachsen heraus aus den «drei Raumesdimensionen»,
    • beiden Schlangen, die aus sich wieder die geläuterte
    • höhere geistige Natur gebären, was in den
    • werden (Kelch) für die Aufnahme der rein geistigen
    • sterbe ich; durch den Heiligen Geist werde ich
    • wiedergegeben sind. In den Kapitälen dieser Säulen
    • erscheint für den, welcher die Sachlage durchschaut, wie
    • Entwicklung der Erdenwesen liegt in der geistigen Welt. Von
    • «Aberglaubens» aufgefaßt werden, sondern als der
    • ihrer Entwicklung durch sieben Zustände, die mit den
    • sieben Planetennamen bezeichnet werden: Saturn-, Sonne-, Mond-,
    • Mars-, Merkur-, Jupiter- und Venuszustand. (Über den Sinn
    • im Sinne der modernen Geisteswissenschaft mit den
    • muß künstlerisch-empfindend sich in die Formen
    • Dann hätte er alles mißverstanden. Dasselbe Motiv
    • Fülle und in ihrem inneren Leben zu empfinden und
    • Kräften fühlt, und man wird empfinden können,
    • Säule, wie sie sich entfaltet in den plastischen Gestalten
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    • into complete decadence. We saw, too, that the impossibility of
    • of dependence on purely earthly inherited characteristics, the more
    • its denial of everything spiritual, than the emergence of the
    • blood-relationship one is denying the spirit, then one is lying. To
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    • into complete decadence. We saw, too, that the impossibility of
    • of dependence on purely earthly inherited characteristics, the more
    • its denial of everything spiritual, than the emergence of the
    • blood-relationship one is denying the spirit, then one is lying. To
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    • make an interesting discovery. The abstract concept, it denotes
    • are able to demonstrate their independent existence by accomplishing
    • to recognise that the life we are now living is dependent on earlier
    • of his soul. Such an experience is, however, in large measure denied
    • religious mood of life. You will find abundant evidence in our
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    • make an interesting discovery. The abstract concept, it denotes
    • are able to demonstrate their independent existence by accomplishing
    • to recognise that the life we are now living is dependent on earlier
    • of his soul. Such an experience is, however, in large measure denied
    • religious mood of life. You will find abundant evidence in our
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    • were dependent upon it in a different way from ourselves in the fifth
    • tendency of their stage of development; there was no need to
    • it developed as a natural tendency. The child grew up, and as his
    • natural tendencies developed, the natural intellect — in a
    • confidence can be established. But what is now only to be arrived at
    • individual, more dependent upon egoism, upon human loneliness
    • the tendency people now show to withdraw into themselves is becoming
    • know one another, especially of establishing confidence, without
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • stands in the way of man's independence by tending to make of him a
    • religious life which is still dependent upon the support of the
    • life. But as it must be striven for independently, mankind is put, as
    • with the tendency to uphold papal authority projected over from the
    • be objected — “what the medical student has to learn!
    • then add to this what the lawyer must know, and the art student, and
    • fosters the freedom and independence of our thinking. Spiritual
    • And now, having given evidence of so much perspicacity,
    • trustworthy forces, or as a tendency to syncretism or to eclecticism”
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    • were dependent upon it in a different way from ourselves in the fifth
    • tendency of their stage of development; there was no need to
    • it developed as a natural tendency. The child grew up, and as his
    • natural tendencies developed, the natural intellect — in a
    • confidence can be established. But what is now only to be arrived at
    • individual, more dependent upon egoism, upon human loneliness
    • the tendency people now show to withdraw into themselves is becoming
    • know one another, especially of establishing confidence, without
    • live their life in common dependent upon their natural tendencies.
    • and characterological tendencies, how this person with a particular
    • stands in the way of man's independence by tending to make of him a
    • religious life which is still dependent upon the support of the
    • life. But as it must be striven for independently, mankind is put, as
    • with the tendency to uphold papal authority projected over from the
    • be objected — “what the medical student has to learn!
    • then add to this what the lawyer must know, and the art student, and
    • fosters the freedom and independence of our thinking. Spiritual
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    • felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it is not independent,
    • acquired a strong feeling of his independence, of his individual
    • they have later fallen into decadence and have mainly been used for harmful
    • through a dense thicket. After that, one reaches the experience that hurts
    • to advance to man's true being. The human soul and spirit lie deeply hidden
    • on that conquest he must know about what lies hidden within him. He must
    • again today by describing how they were trodden in former times and how
    • they must be trodden now.
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    • felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it is not independent,
    • acquired a strong feeling of his independence, of his individual
    • they have later fallen into decadence and have mainly been used for harmful
    • through a dense thicket. After that, one reaches the experience that hurts
    • to advance to man's true being. The human soul and spirit lie deeply hidden
    • on that conquest he must know about what lies hidden within him. He must
    • again today by describing how they were trodden in former times and how
    • they must be trodden now.
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    • period of earthly evolution have become more and more veiled and hidden
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • even trying to disprove and deny the actual Resurrection of Christ Jesus
    • merely external, sense-given science, and yet at the same time they deny
    • ‘Christianity’ — through this, a tendency to untruth,
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
    • is why this tendency to untruth is so closely interwoven with the events
    • that will inevitably lead to decadence in the whole cultural life of
    • evidence of a desire not to take seriously the fact of the Resurrection
    • Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at work, a tendency towards
    • by the nebula and its densifications, plants, animals and also man have
    • could not give credence to the ideas of natural science, appeared to have
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    • period of earthly evolution have become more and more veiled and hidden
    • Impulse by evidence of the physical senses, but who could be convinced
    • even trying to disprove and deny the actual Resurrection of Christ Jesus
    • merely external, sense-given science, and yet at the same time they deny
    • ‘Christianity’ — through this, a tendency to untruth,
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
    • is why this tendency to untruth is so closely interwoven with the events
    • that will inevitably lead to decadence in the whole cultural life of
    • evidence of a desire not to take seriously the fact of the Resurrection
    • Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at work, a tendency towards
    • by the nebula and its densifications, plants, animals and also man have
    • could not give credence to the ideas of natural science, appeared to have
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    • evident during the years when from the central anthroposophical work
    • it was undeniable; they can in fact apply their methods better, if only
    • will call for everyone at his post to be a fully independent fellow-worker,
    • introduced. And if Count Keyserlingk so frequently refers to the burden
    • seem good and evident to the most conservative, “thick-headed”
    • has also set aside this deadened science, and has called for a living
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    • we had a fairly Large garden to treat. First we took one horn to half
    • permeation. If you merely shake in the more or less condensed substance,
    • horns — to make it denser, hammer it more tightly.
    • vegetable garden. For plants that are grown over larger areas, you will
    • these things are no longer as clear to-day as they used to be in olden
    • effects might well be evident.
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    • in the garden here, it would be enough for the whole estate.
    • it by sheer force. You wedge the glove out with a wooden instrument;
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    • is quite evident. Nevertheless, it may be pointed out that there have
    • That is a species more akin to the right one than the garden camomile
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    • then buried in the garden of the “Sonnenhof” in Arlesheim,
    • Dr. Steiner then indicated with a motion of his hand over the garden
    • little fruit? Why do the people concerned give so little evidence of
    • the course was limited to farmers, gardeners and scientists who had
    • makes one suspect that Liebig was by no means the hardened materialist
    • added to the earlier realisation of the undeniable dependence of plants
    • possibility of breaking through the hardened layer of current orthodox
    • the most important trace elements, such as molybdenum, cobalt, zinc,
    • were identical, the increase or decrease in the plant's substantial
    • either in collaboration or in independent work. Proceeding from the
    • with cosmic factors. This is further evidence of how far in advance
    • his pupils,” was published as a special number of The Golden
    • Golden Blade and the Verlag Freies Geistesleben G.m.b.H., Stuttgart,
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    • born with hydrocephalus. From the whole process it is evident that the
    • manured the vegetable gardens with them during the war. Growth was remarkably
    • through the flower gardens at Whitsun, 1924, Dr. Steiner remarked as
    • plants for vegetable gardens, sainfoin, dandelion and horse-radish were
    • to gardening.) The proper cycle is from man to plant, from plant to
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    • terribly from this, and the effects would be even more evident were
    • and his colleague, the famous Professor Schleiden, poured scorn on
    • Schleiden's custom as well as Frau Prof. Fechner's. But they had not
    • makes no difference, then let Frau Prof. Schleiden put out her barrel
    • will be less rain. If it is all nonsense, Frau Prof. Schleiden will
    • Frau Prof. Schleiden rebelled. She preferred the indications of Prof.
    • appearing — to begin with — quite independent not only of
    • are many other, less evident phenomena, both in the male and in the
    • the same periodicity, the identical rhythm, but its phases do not
    • periodicity, it makes them independent — it emancipates
    • sparingly after days of sunshine. Such things lay hidden in the old
    • are able to approach the plant life of the Earth is dependent on the
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    • above the Earth are immediately dependent on Moon, Mercury and Venus
    • then has the property of being least dependent on itself — on
    • strongly, and it is permeated every moment with a longing to deny the
    • as it were to densify the cosmic and thereby hold it back more in the
    • present state of knowledge were suddenly obliged to create, from the
    • be evident, we may for the moment leave man out, but we cannot
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    • olden time they recognised in the out-spreading, sun-filled light,
    • with an idea from olden time, a point we need to understand again in
    • There is a hidden
    • independent, leaving outside him all is growing in the fields. If he
    • different style than before. We suddenly begin to know all kinds of
    • in farm and farmyard — we suddenly begin to know them.
    • It suddenly emerges in him. We go through the fields, and all of a
    • sudden the knowledge is there in us. We know it absolutely.
    • substances in one form or another. They are dependent on these other
    • substances; they are not independent. There are only two ways in
    • which they can become independent: namely, on the one hand when the
    • seed-formation and makes them independent there, so that they become
    • perceive them with ordinary science, for they are hidden to outward
    • Truly we may say, the limestone in the Earth is dependent on a kind
    • at the remaining organs, which breathe in a far more hidden way and
    • papilionaceae work. They all have the tendency to retain, to some
    • tendency to fruit even before the flowering process. You can see this
    • the summer. Hence, one would say, there is always a tendency in these
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    • is only in the body that it becomes condensed. The body receives
    • it from the air and thereupon hardens and condenses it, till in the
    • tendency to life — a tendency to permeate itself with
    • value is attached; refuse of farm and garden, from grass that we have
    • work it involves. The burden of work will really not be very great.
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    • As a result of materialistic tendencies, once more it has been thought
    • thereby impart to the manure a tendency to that living vitality which
    • Moreover, this process itself is dependent on the substantial nature
    • For there is a hidden alchemy in the organic process. This hidden alchemy
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    • to one's student days. Thus I endeavoured, though with no great
    • to rodents, are added to mashed potatoes and the bait is distributed.
    • of olden time, you see, were not so stupid with their instinctive science!
    • can be reckoned in any sense among the higher animals. Mice are rodents;
    • the Earth the tendency to unfold the potato-seedling — these forces
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    • orchards and vegetable gardening. We have not much time left; but in
    • the astrality is far denser. Once more, it is far denser. Our trees
    • to a thinner astrality, and in the latter case to a denser astrality.
    • what I have now explained; here it becomes most evident. But the fast
    • is: What becomes very evident in the tree is present in a more delicate
    • tendency to become tree-like. In every plant, the root with its environment
    • draw in the astral more densely. The free-becoming tendency is there
    • inside the Earth. These golden creatures — for they are of the
    • for our part, will use the treeing tendency of other plants; there we
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    • that the creature is not over-burdened with stuff. We must see to it
    • so independently as in man; it is a more indistinct sounding-into-one-another
    • the fruiting tendency is not only there in the flower. Nature does not
    • in the sunlight. The process that is there as an inner tendency is thus
    • the liver of all Organs works with the greatest relative independence
    • carcinoma. Carcinoma, from the very outset, makes a certain region independent
    • at once be forbidden to eat tomatoes. Now let us ask ourselves: What
    • is it due to? Why does the tomato work especially on that which is independent
    • power to influence any independent organisation within the human or
    • The potato, too, works in a highly independent way, and in this sense:
    • the brain, and makes the brain independent — independent even
    • a pity he has suddenly gone crazy!” Yes, they may say it the first
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    • lower animal forms are decadent products of man. What is
    • Sacrifice. The student had to have the will to undertake
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    • Sacrifice. The student had to have the will to undertake
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    • in regard to his form, and from this standpoint widen and
    • principles, he would be dependent on the earth's
    • of man are set forth as independent beings, because in a
    • therefore a gardener, a farmer. Pisces, the fishes, is a
    • and is only in correspondence with the external world
    • hidden itself into the head which has become a sphere,
    • childish head teaches the child (“Kindskopf den
    • to walk independently. It is always being carried, like a
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    • in regard to his form, and from this standpoint widen and
    • principles, he would be dependent on the earth's
    • of man are set forth as independent beings, because in a
    • therefore a gardener, a farmer. Pisces, the fishes, is a
    • and is only in correspondence with the external world
    • hidden itself into the head which has become a sphere,
    • childish head teaches the child (“Kindskopf den
    • to walk independently. It is always being carried, like a
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    • in den Menschen.
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    • independent Spiritual Science founded by Rudolf Steiner, as presented
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    • seem unnecessary, that today's lecture is intended for those students
    • not belong to our physical world, but who are in themselves so independent
    • the lion-soul, the tiger-soul, and so on, as independent personalities
    • whose physical members are not so directly visible and evident as those
    • devachanic plane are in fact densely populated worlds. We find many kinds
    • more hidden way, namely, through sense perception. When we turn our
    • to know these beings in their special nature and thereby becomes independent
    • of them, he is able to view them from an independent standpoint. To
    • one's way means at the same time to become free and independent.
    • You can prove this in a certain way by external evidence. You can discover,
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    • brought into being. Even at its greatest density this Saturn was not
    • nearly as physically dense as our earth. It was a condition of utmost
    • The golden vessels interchanging.”
    • could experience nothing in itself were it not beholden to the whole
    • of their life, these beings are not dependent upon receiving anything
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    • is to bring still loftier concepts to those more advanced students of
    • a student of theosophy would suffice for an understanding of what is
    • has still to put up with being proclaimed thoroughly dense and stupid
    • he describes just as the observer who denied the passion and anger
    • Age, man could make the first feeble efforts to work independently with
    • bodies independently. What we find in man today as intelligence was
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    • and created pictures, they have gradually grown more independent and
    • which rays to you from the eye of your fellow man, make it independent,
    • suddenly freed from that and from etheric and astral body, imagine only
    • as being something like an indentation which occurred in the astral
    • world. But man was not yet quite independent, much was still regulated
    • a correspondence to the external objects, whereas formerly the pictures
    • indentation arise in the physical body, it becomes indented and around
    • indenting had appeared, the physical body took up the ego into itself.
    • It may be that some people will deny that to-day, but this event was
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    • neared old Saturn you would have found nothing of hardened, or watery,
    • a densification that we can speak of a gaseous or airy condition. The
    • the old Moon and how then there suddenly came about a powerful densification
    • this opening. Think of the warmth-current not densely material in blood-streams,
    • of evolution: Wherever the warmth-matter densifies to air, then at the
    • by light. But when a portion of the warmth in such a cosmic sphere condenses
    • it is more a case of lines of force which have developed to densification.
    • relatively rapid — densification resulted. What were earlier only
    • away we see how the gaseous condition condensed to water. The whole
    • sun, went out into cosmic space and substance therefore densified very
    • it was denser than before, it was no longer a fine etheric substance.
    • when the air arose, so now with the densification of air to water there
    • the air, so now the whole of the water to which the air had condensed
    • in the earth there was an increasing hardening of the albuminous formation,
    • still present in the earth, densification to the condition of earthy
    • under the influence of densification — for everything was involved
    • in a continuous process of condensation — the elements themselves
    • gradually became lifeless with the continuous densification. That was
    • connected with the densifying process which came about when the sun
    • also denser substances which acted as a protection, surrounding the
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    • a kind of warmth-man? Then it was said that there was a condensation
    • as one remembers one's youth today. That was denoted by a common
    • in a certain way confronting the two following tendencies. The Spirits
    • a twofold tendency in the evolution of the Earth: an instreaming of
    • personality and his individuality are within two different tendencies
    • one is independent of the welfare of the others. Future evolution will
    • culture reaches its culmination and sinks into decadence. But a new
    • different from what was created in Rome as jurisprudence. That is a
    • genuine Roman product, for jurisprudence emerged where the personality
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    • relationship to the Godhead.” The student of spiritual science
    • word “Providence” is really guided. If one has undertaken
    • intermediate beings as we have just considered. These can be denoted
    • are not willing to concede reality to Satan; they deny him. This dates
    • who manifests in darkness they denied reality. That is just about as
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    • with a certain inner credence without looking on them as fantastic dreams.
    • denied in our enlightened age, for man in his present phase of development
    • will appear again in the same form. And if this attitude hardens, then
    • the Leader of humanity. Man has either hardened or possesses the possibility
    • decadent if there were not men who wish to stay behind and are obliged
    • been left to him in a decadent race. This is some-thing that positively
    • forces they have to do. The effects will be evident in many decadent
    • to hold him back. We should fall completely into decadence if we were
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    • For the elemental beings which are denoted by these names are to be
    • precisely such names as Noah, Adam, and so on. These names do not denote
    • hidden in the consciousness of the group-soul, in the “Father
    • whatever documents are accidentally available are thrown together and
    • the independent group associations where the connections are of an aesthetic,
    • into existence through his whole soul and spirit being having hardened
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    • an activity quite independently. He can only do so under the guidance
    • his physical body. All this hardens, as it were, in the night, and then
    • something very important happens. These hardenings, these “enclosures,”
    • to himself and feel an independent personality. Thus the etheric and
    • body gradually loosens itself again and becomes independent. The way
    • independent etheric body. The more spiritual are the concepts which
    • organized independently. Since this can be seen in advance, it has often
    • body becomes self-dependent. Thus must men immerse in the spiritual
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    • various aspects were brought forward which all pointed to the hidden
    • an even less dense bodily nature.
    • with the densest member of the human body, the forces have to be very
    • That is not the space-thought but rather the tendency to show by the
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    • denied.
    • were, suddenly began to speak in various tongues about what
    • Christian impulses, began to spread independently of the
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    • call the denial. He looked back to the denial scene, when
    • knew now that he denied it because his consciousness had
    • remembered what is called the denial, the triple denial
    • Darkness suddenly covers the earth. Jesus' body is
    • the quake were normal natural events is not denied; but he
    • Golgotha to Pentecost, which had remained hidden in their
    • give these images the necessary condensation, to hold them
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    • of residence to heaven. Christ left heaven in order to
    • change his place of residence to earth.
    • happened in order for the place of residence in the
    • residence in the earthly sphere. That happened so the
    • “occulter”, a “hidden one”. In the
    • a Sun-hero had to leave his body and take as residence in
    • three-year earthly experience without a karmic burden. What
    • Herod's or Caiphas's questions. So identical
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    • troubled and burdened people who had carried him to the
    • properties from many places – houses, gardens, acres
    • infancy of two different Jesus children, one descendent
    • law. So strong had this tendency become that Rabbi Joshua
    • Ihr Väter in den Himmeln.
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    • his twelfth year he had suddenly become adept at Hebrew
    • felt as though everything which burdened him had been
    • Jesus' transformed nature became evident, especially
    • At first the Christ-Being was relatively independent of
    • Only the disciples can identify him. They would certainly
    • identify who among men who revered him was actually the
    • identifiable. Only when an individual – Judas –
    • used to deny the Christ-Being, which is the case, it is
    • full – they are evidence of the Christ-Being's
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    • tend to sense their own spiritual future, and this tendency often lies
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    • These were questions concerning its composition and the identity of the
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    • is to be read and what is hidden behind some of the mysterious expressions,
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    • Occidental culture, no one was found as suitable as Helena Petrovna
    • conquers I will give some of the hidden manna ...”
    • (He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hiddenRev. 2:17)
    • the forest, protector of wilderness and women. She was identified
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    • basic tendency and goal of the Apocalypse.
    • plane condensed, grown solid like water to ice; then you have the condition
    • decadent and were falling into decline. The souls left the bodies of the
    • the hidden manna.”
    • (He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hiddenRev. 2:17)
    • because the soul is dependent on it. The soul is dependent on the astral
    • (I know thy works and where thou dwellest, even where Satan\'s seat is: and thou holdest fast my name, and hast not denRev. 2:13)
    • word and have not denied my name.”
    • (I know thy works: behold, I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it: for thou hast a little strength, and hast kept my word, and hast not denRev. 3:8)
    • They did not deny the name that comes from fraternal duty.
    • to you the Golden Legend,
    • the Legend of the True Cross, or Golden Legend” (London:Rudolf
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    • any of this, people in the various regions of the Occident believed
    • in the evening, day life is as if extinguished. With students of initiation
    • of the exercises even if the students themselves have not noticed any
    • catharsis. The student is purified while the astral body continues to
    • also make the student aware of the nature of the surrounding spiritual
    • body, the following steps were undertaken with the student in earlier
    • times. When the students were ready, at the peak of their initiation,
    • three and a half days the student was an initiate who could tell others
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    • not know about the power hidden in coal. Instead, they had magical
    • abilities with which they could awaken the powers hidden in plant seeds
    • oracles of which there were seven. Students who had become sufficiently
    • Zarathustra. He was himself an initiated student of the great sun initiate,
    • of his students in such a way that he brought the student's astral body
    • to a higher stage of development. With another student he developed
    • that the student became able to read the Akashic chronicle by means
    • two students was reborn as Hermes, the great impulse giver for the Egyptian
    • The other student also
    • for example, was his student.
    • had fallen in the worst way and entered into the most terrible decadence
    • as black magic. The ancient Indian culture had fallen into decadence
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    • only became a real earthly human being through a process of hardening.
    • then we can consider first those who had developed and condensed their
    • be living in a bodily nature that is less dense.
    • at that time this materialism always signified the fall into the decadence
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    • the other world. Only in this way could the students still feel the
    • we read: “To him who overcomes I will give some of the hidden
    • (He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the hiddenRev. 2:17)
    • an inner power of the spirit to recognize the name with the hidden manna.
    • und aus den Inhalten der ersten Abteilung der Esoterischen Schule
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    • did the human being become a seeker in that science which can independently
    • research the external world independently. For this reason something
    • it would have appeared that the entire aura of the earth suddenly changed
    • that here below on the earth, people living in increasingly dense and
    • hardened bodies will make the greatest discoveries and inventions. In
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    • that the human being would have been hardened in body and soul. Only
    • up and flowing away from them. The condensation of human bodies into
    • of incarnations only began to appear with this condensation or
    • densification”
    • itself cosmically in the Atlantean age. The human being became denser
    • and denser. At the beginning of the human being's evolution the bones
    • soul even though his physical body was not as dense as bodies are today.
    • the Atlanteans for whom it was not necessary to evolve into our dense
    • than we human beings, for we must descend all the way down into a dense
    • but they were not as “densified” as the Greek gods. The
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    • — and with the means that the student himself has received as
    • self-evident for the cultural epoch of the community of Philadelphia.
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    • of Atlantis had not wanted to descend into a “densified”
    • physical form. However, there were beings that became solid, hardened
    • a hardened, dense condition too early. What the human being carries
    • the soul of the human being was itself hardened in matter. With some
    • because of his horse hooves, which are a sign of a hardened nature,
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    • there was a last stage wherein the student experienced the mystery of
    • Golgotha. Therefore, the coffin in which the student experienced the
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    • divine-spiritual powers of providence allow such a thing to happen? Why do
    • fruitful if humanity is not to drift into decadence instead of evolving in an
    • decadence and continue to hold to materialism, or strive upwards into the
    • their offspring, who might be completely deprived of all independence, of all
    • thrust upon them. Wisely is this mystery hidden away for mankind in the
    • die early through some accident or otherwise, and in a different way in the
    • if the coming generation is not to fail into decadence but to take a turn,
    • hidden stream; and then at the end of the 18th century we come to a
    • earlier. Suddenly this thought emerges in a human being, in a perfectly
    • this that we shall escape decadence in the future.
    • predestined to come if mankind is not to fall into decadence. May Man
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    • divine-spiritual powers of providence allow such a thing to happen? Why do
    • fruitful if humanity is not to drift into decadence instead of evolving in an
    • decadence and continue to hold to materialism, or strive upwards into the
    • their offspring, who might be completely deprived of all independence, of all
    • thrust upon them. Wisely is this mystery hidden away for mankind in the
    • die early through some accident or otherwise, and in a different way in the
    • if the coming generation is not to fail into decadence but to take a turn,
    • hidden stream; and then at the end of the 18th century we come to a
    • earlier. Suddenly this thought emerges in a human being, in a perfectly
    • this that we shall escape decadence in the future.
    • predestined to come if mankind is not to fall into decadence. May Man
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    • spinal cord, we may say that all the latent tendencies, all the
    • tendency to a spinal cord, and must then have worked further toward
    • latent tendency to attain to this second stage. In that case its
    • decadence and be destined to suggest the first stage and not to
    • of fact, the latent tendency to a forward-directed evolution, but is
    • aura, yet it is evident that one of the colours is especially
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    • organs, is there not a certain sort of correspondence between the
    • contracted, thickened or condensed, formed into organs and placed
    • the outside world which surrounds our sense-organs above, condensed
    • all that we denote as our innermost soul-centre, the ego; so that in
    • ordinarily goes down into the blood, and the soul-life identifies
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    • in particular to the fact that such an outside world, condensed into
    • outside world is condensed, as it were, we may state that here an
    • been observing, it is evident that external observation does confirm
    • nerve-system, what has been condensed as spiritual world into the
    • a very great deal in the world is, as a matter of fact, dependent
    • one's student days but also at other times, if certain
    • becoming inwardly clairvoyant is evident from the fact that the
    • movements of the spleen, although dependent, of course, upon the
    • evident to us that the expansion and contraction of the spleen, due
    • dependent also on the supply of external nourishment. Thus we have
    • here in the spleen an organ which is dependent from the one aspect,
    • being independent of the outside world. Every such individualising of
    • any being, making it independent, is called in occultism saturnine,
    • Saturn, and can make itself independent by tearing itself loose, as
    • independently violates external laws, makes itself independent of
    • independently, it aspires to adapt itself to the outside world and to
    • has made itself independent as a result of a saturnine activity is
    • “correspondences” presented, as these so often are
    • successors in those olden days when it was customary to coin an inner
    • been compressed into human organs and have condensed and crystallised
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    • correspondence or intercourse with the outside world, in a continual
    • that is, which the soul performs. Indeed, this is an undeniable
    • ability to think, who would deny that perceptions, concepts,
    • outer world and condenses these to memory-pictures. We see,
    • ether-body. These currents condense themselves with such force that
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    • essentially dependent upon the radiations going forth from our ego;
    • organs that are to a very high degree dependent upon the other, the
    • the spleen, are dependent upon the super-sensible members of the human
    • totality, of the complete correspondence between the outer form and
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    • skin itself, which is present as a tendency in the force-systems of
    • and certain parts can be hardened into bony matter, in order that the
    • conclude from direct evidence that really we can find no further
    • the ego!” Once we become aware of how the tendency of the ego
    • response the life of the individual human being and is more dependent
    • the nourishment of the blood is dependent upon that of the physical
    • might say, quite independent of the human ego, and yet adapted to its
    • “You can, if you will, convince yourself by tangible evidence
    • be disposed to deny that there is logic in what has just been stated
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    • normal life, independent of what takes place in the warmth-processes
    • tendency of modern science is leading toward a confirmation, in the
    • the next few decades, as a result of certain tendencies in
    • contemporary science, for the present still only tendencies, actually
    • to discover these correspondences between soul-processes and
    • every process which may be denoted as an “impulse of
    • substance is here transformed into a somewhat more dense condition
    • which, with clairvoyant sight, may be identified as the formation of
    • condensation of a fluid, and the warming process. And likewise in all
    • processes in the greatest measure independently of the outer world.
    • dependent upon all the other processes that fit themselves into the
    • be independent of the other organs, and need only receive from the
    • tendency to develop this activity, it then becomes necessary to
    • condensation, of inner liquefaction, the blood-system is supported by
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    • super-sensible, invisible, the actions of hidden force. If you banish
    • throughout the whole of nature, an identical law termed the
    • by hardening and, through the appropriation of suitable substances,
    • liver empties through the gall-bladder into the duodenum) and show
    • profoundly and thoroughly, the correspondence between the vital
    • the densest matter deposited in the human being through the digestive
    • the blood; so that we have here a correspondence between the fore
    • correspondence between the metals and the inner organs we have a most
    • of two tendencies, the feminine and the masculine, and that the
    • of the two. In both these germinal tendencies, accordingly, there
    • were to evolve itself in accordance with the tendency of the
    • case in the dense deposit of the bony system; it should not be forced
    • case to-day. These two organic tendencies must in their very first
    • same time, however, that the earth gives us its densest
    • terrestrialising process, so to speak, in what we call the tendency
    • we broaden our life, if our inner life carry us on to a kindling of
    • to broaden our inner soul-life more and more, we shall take with us
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • The Garden City Press Limited Letchworth,
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
  • Title: Genesis: Publisher's Note
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • reader may confidently take them as representing what Anthroposophy has
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • Saturn; even where it is densest, there is only fire — living,
    • water, the denser, more earthy element separates from the finer,
    • today call matter — to begin to condense. If we fix this moment
    • were, pricks outward into manifestation from what lies hidden in the
    • coagulation, the physical densification of our earth. Let us imagine
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • tendency began for the sun to split off from the earth, there is a
    • permeating, interpenetrating each other, and within them a tendency
    • tohu alone would suffice to express this tendency to push
    • condenses to a gaseous element. But every such densification is
    • accompanied by a counter-process of refinement. Condensation to the
    • denser, the gaseous element, is added, but so also is light. The
    • were denuded, they lacked the light which had entered into evolution
    • more connected with the bodily, denser functions of the Elohim, and
    • then to the warmth. These four constitute the denser conditions of
    • as finer relatively to the denser ones, the gaseous, the warmth and
    • descend from warmth into the denser, we come to the gaseous
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • denser, gaseous element developed in the Sun, so that in addition to
    • — that is to say, physically to the density of air. Today they
    • nature capable of consciousness, is dependent for its existence upon
    • emerged — one of the nature of air, with a tendency to expand in
    • all directions, the other of the nature of water, with the tendency
    • air or water of today. The “water” was very much denser
    • of air, the water turns to vaporous formations, and has the tendency
    • tendency to become vaporous, to rise upward as cloud, and the other
    • the tendency to pour downward and assume a level surface. Of course,
    • had the tendency to press upward, to become vapour; that is, the
    • watery transforming itself to the gaseous; the other had the tendency
    • to discharge itself downward; that is, the watery condensing and
    • tendency to spread outwards, to expand, the other to contract towards
    • they took an upward direction, showed a tendency to cloud-formation,
    • a tendency to stream out into space; on the other side they showed a
    • tendency to accumulate upon the surface of the earth. The
    • to contract and become denser. That is the second “day”
    • repetition in a denser form of what took place on the Sun. That which
    • has a tendency to contract, which in a way repeats the condensation
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • of how in elementary existence warmth condensed to the gaseous or
    • pointed out that together with the condensation of warmth into air
    • in the direction of density — there is a corresponding ascent
    • condensing below into air or gas and still further below into water.
    • existence of the earth proper, a further stage of condensation and a
    • in this way. Warmth is again the middle state; as denser conditions
    • For the time being let us ignore the condensation process which goes
    • discovered by independent investigation. I can assure you that in the
    • was able to discover quite independently of that ancient record. But
    • if you then compare these independent findings with the Genesis
    • account, you see that the latter says just what our independent
    • stages of densification — from warmth to air, then to water and
    • The processes of densification and of rarefaction interpenetrate one
    • into existence of our earth. Whether we speak of the denser states
    • second of these trinities, and identify them with those Beings whom
    • identifying the seven days of creation with longer or shorter periods
    • is not the slightest evidence that the word yom
    • is this Spirit who is hidden behind the customary phrase “the
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • hand a densification to air or gas, on the other hand a rarefaction
    • “darkness” (the word used to denote the collective whole
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • independently of any documents, out of spiritual investigation
    • deception, cannot remain hidden from anyone who has familiarised
    • direction of densification, into the element of air. Such a process
    • as the densification of warmth into air, which we can follow in its
    • it gives us the illusion of densification. Within the process itself
    • rarefied warmth-substance, the denser air comes into being. It is
    • existence of Saturn. Then during the Sun evolution they condensed
    • during the Moon evolution condensed their gaseous element to water.
    • During the earth evolution they have further condensed their watery
    • and whose effluence has become denser and denser until it has now
    • Thrones, who have in fact constructed — or rather condensed
    • longer to build up and densify the earth element than the watery.
    • element in Beings of a lower hierarchy. For the condensation of the
    • I promise to condense some ducats out of some mist!’”
    • of the dust which we find in the world is dust by natural tendency.
    • It is stuff which has been worn away. Matter has the tendency to take
    • is a hint of the reality they stand for. If we look at the tendency
    • condenses to liquid actually on earth, and when the gaseous, vaporous
    • tendency in the environment of the earth forms watery cumuli. When
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • ways. In it the student sees many things around him. But he would
    • search for the secrets which are really hidden behind the words. Then
    • sun still condenses to the gaseous state. This is recognised by
    • earth develops in such a way that a gradual densification downward
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • it might seem that man emerged for the first time as if suddenly
    • solidifying, condensing to earthly man, through the work of the
    • Thus progress up to the sixth day consisted in a condensation of the
    • Beings. So far he has no independent existence. It is as if he were
    • people the earth, something like a gradual densification of the human
    • “day” of creation, a still further densification will
    • further densification does take place within the etheric. Man still
    • prepared for his densification. Suppose that man had become dense
    • happened if man had descended into dense matter on the fifth day? His
    • earth-element, the solid. For the Thrones this condensation of their
    • next degree of densification. Just as in primeval times, in the
    • spiritual-etheric existence, and only sought denser embodiment after
    • beings had already condensed physically in the region of air and
    • fact his condensation to the stage of the etheric body that took
    • and find there differentiated currents of warmth not so dense as gas,
    • man. And the next stage of densification did not come until
    • densification from the condition into which Jahve-Elohim had placed
    • condensed further. It was only then that the man of flesh came into
    • being. It was only then that this further densification occurred. The
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • the earth, the earth forces became ever more moonlike, ever denser.
    • account of the density of the matter which streamed from the earth
    • pair of humans who survived the densification of the earth. Spiritual
    • those ancient times. Everything was shrouded in watery mist, laden
    • summarised as follows. The earth was enveloped in dense volumes of
    • consciousness, had not yet been brought to physical densification;
    • indicate that the condensation of the water in the atmosphere to rain
    • planetary bodies, or planetary Beings, brought about by the hardening
    • in sleep from the other human members (grown denser since that time);
    • seen dense formations of misty, smoky and steaming cloud upon its
    • of mummification, a hardened, woody condition. The human being would
    • survive the moon-densification. But then, after the moon had left the
    • attain to independent being. But because the Elohim withdrew with the
    • become hardened, he would have met his death. Why had man to come
    • off from the Elohim, in order that he might become an independent
    • closely connected with human independence.
    • water, which means that it is far denser than the earth. It therefore
    • that the earth would have become dust, it had the tendency to become
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    • Jehovah, variant translations from the Hebrew, and the correspondence of
    • denser than is the case today. A differentiation between physical and
    • etheric, a densification on the side of the physical, only occurred
    • characteristic tendencies were formed. But this inner soul-nature was
    • the astral and then gradually condenses into the etheric-physical; it
    • member; the one became denser and the other more rarefied. The
    • running through the whole of evolution. We saw how warmth condensed
    • to air and rarefied to light, how air condensed to water and rarefied
    • woman, and moreover in such a way that the denser physical body
    • to the physical man. Physical man is the descendant, in a densified
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    • and on the other, a condensed, intensified soul-element which works
    • until the time of its second dentition around the seventh year. Far
    • dentition. If we observe the soul-bodily processes in an unprejudiced
    • way, we can see that after the second dentition the child’s
    • to a certain direction of life. After the second dentition, the human
    • second dentition they were set free, so that they can now appear in
    • time, will find that after the second dentition certain soul-forces
    • be obliged to deny our own existence were we to deny the existence of
    • deny our own reality in denying the reality of the object.
    • dependent on external circumstances or on ideals which induce us to
    • The terrible catastrophe of the present time and the decadent forces
    • in mind, my dear fellow-students, namely that the spiritual science
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    • and on the other, a condensed, intensified soul-element which works
    • until the time of its second dentition around the seventh year. Far
    • dentition. If we observe the soul-bodily processes in an unprejudiced
    • way, we can see that after the second dentition the child’s
    • to a certain direction of life. After the second dentition, the human
    • second dentition they were set free, so that they can now appear in
    • time, will find that after the second dentition certain soul-forces
    • be obliged to deny our own existence were we to deny the existence of
    • deny our own reality in denying the reality of the object.
    • dependent on external circumstances or on ideals which induce us to
    • The terrible catastrophe of the present time and the decadent forces
    • in mind, my dear fellow-students, namely that the spiritual science
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    • and Ahriman, the role of fear, and the polar tendencies toward
    • spiritual world can be observed particularly in the people who deny
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • materialistically tinged monists have a definite reason for denying
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • materialist thinks out his theories and denies the spiritual world;
    • this denial is nothing other than a self-induced anesthesia in face
    • evident that in a meeting of materialistic monists, or those who deny
    • human beings show no evidence of fear or love of ease, for this is
    • condensed spirits.
    • must say that this tendency to carry the ordinary field of
    • in considering that everything should be like condensed ghosts. Here
    • that condense into the ghostlike, but he knows that everything
    • arriving at such a condensation is merely the dying, the withering in
    • sheath that is cast off, the wooden part of the tree, or the shell of
    • by widening our concepts. In the spiritual world, that which
    • done: bring us indisputable evidence. What it has given us up to now
    • they wish either to make use of their dependence on the ordinary
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    • and Ahriman, the role of fear, and the polar tendencies toward
    • spiritual world can be observed particularly in the people who deny
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • materialistically tinged monists have a definite reason for denying
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • materialist thinks out his theories and denies the spiritual world;
    • this denial is nothing other than a self-induced anesthesia in face
    • evident that in a meeting of materialistic monists, or those who deny
    • human beings show no evidence of fear or love of ease, for this is
    • condensed spirits.
    • must say that this tendency to carry the ordinary field of
    • in considering that everything should be like condensed ghosts. Here
    • that condense into the ghostlike, but he knows that everything
    • arriving at such a condensation is merely the dying, the withering in
    • sheath that is cast off, the wooden part of the tree, or the shell of
    • by widening our concepts. In the spiritual world, that which
    • done: bring us indisputable evidence. What it has given us up to now
    • they wish either to make use of their dependence on the ordinary
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    • assigned by them to their gods. Modern man with his dependence on
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    • incident which may throw light upon our aims, for day-to-day
    • at present is a slow trickle, sees how the stream will widen. I
    • been taken along that golden middle road between ancient occultism
    • and modern, but decadent, science, and that this beautiful and
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
    • and more absorbed in a way by the tendencies represented in the three
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    • take their course in complete independence. Despite their apparent
    • mythology has its correspondence in what we are bringing to light
    • when we reflect that by representing the force hidden in the depths
    • its organisation of muscle and bone, is substantially denser, more
    • denser, it can also hold fast the clairvoyant forces in the
    • densification of the human body. And when the ancient Greek feels the
    • old, more delicate, rarefied body becoming denser, it is because he
    • hold over man; he densified the human body and in doing so abducted
    • Persephone. This densification went on right into the physical body.
    • consciousness, but which was self-evident, impelling the soul. And it
    • by the now denser human body so that these clairvoyant forces could
    • became denser and denser, as it became transformed, what happened to
    • yesterday. What is it that makes the denser human body fresh and
    • of Persephone, Demeter appears before us denuded of her original
    • hidden deep within the Eleusinian drama, so deeply hidden that no
    • body and the astral body; our innermost, our ego, is hidden within
    • factor. It is the ether body which has made the physical body denser,
    • the ether body makes the physical body definitely denser, more
    • present day, we see that through having become denser it has come
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
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    • environment. What radiates into us from without, the golden rays of
    • and in a way, independent guidance of humanity — the third, the
    • gods’. In the language of olden time ‘the gods’
    • wholly dependent upon earthly conditions of existence; and only
    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • civilisation. These two tendencies intermingle in our time. We can
    • it could never condense to the physical in a body of flesh. Today
    • make them free and independent for evolution that is to come in the
    • space which he came to identify by observing clairvoyantly the
    • independently of those bodies— just as Lucifer became
    • independent of his body and continues to work in our Earth evolution.
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    • trodden by those who patiently wind their way through the labyrinth
    • looking upon this denizen of Atlantis who was Zeus ... such an
    • larger, it broadens out, it is in fact the macrocosmic counterpart of
    • tendency to arouse all the forces in the human soul leading towards
    • independent ego added to the Zeus forces. The independent ego first
    • him on the Earth. And that is what the man who lived in olden times
    • have within me Persephone.’ In olden times man could not yet
    • and Zeus. In olden times, forces in earthly life which further the
    • was already intellectual. Only the oldest times still bear evidence
    • recollection upon those olden times, and said to himself: ‘At
    • outside the physical body, a time when the soul was independent of
    • nur der vermag zurecht zu finden sich
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    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • formerly belonged, denser matter than had been theirs formerly had
    • taken into himself the denser matter, he would not have been able to
    • that it is also dependent upon forces which come from quite another
    • training, suddenly, in a moment, there were to stand before him,
    • minerals, plants and animals, suddenly the world of old Atlantis were
    • suddenly confronted by it. But the ancient Greek felt this too. That
    • Hidden somewhere or
    • anything but decadent. But in the strata of human spiritual life, in
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    • it cannot and should not be denied, but it is relatively unimportant.
    • organisation. What becomes evident through the work of the brain is
    • this activity may become evident to the human being himself, in order
    • German for what is indicated in an abstract way by geboren werden
    • werden but by saying: Der Mensch ist jung geworden (the
    • we find this phrase: im Nebellande jung geworden.
    • what is outspread in the world, condenses it. One day there will be a
    • Now as students of
    • condensed’.
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    • up this treasure, we must lift it out of the hidden depths into our
    • left to us — confidence in our own soul. If the soul patiently
    • from this confidence in ourselves, from this trust which grows in us
    • incurred towards them, we feel that we have a heavy burden of debt to
    • that there is a treasure hidden in the depths of our soul of which
    • condensing little by little to the physical. That has to be borne in
    • where it was densest, still only in etheric form; that is to say, the
    • such that when they condensed in accordance with their own nature
    • his Lemurian development, his densest body was still an etheric one.
    • Condensation to the physical body only began from the Lemurian time
    • forces had the tendency to condense, so that little by little the
    • physical form. But had the forces of the physical body condensed in
    • the etheric body before Lemuria, and which then condensed in such a
    • body, has little by little reached physical densification. Just as,
    • have an inherent tendency to condense to this physical organic
    • and the heart mean to us? They are the ether-world condensed, they
    • are the densified forces of the etheric world! Now from the moment
    • these forces reached the degree of density manifested today by the
    • of Earth evolution is not only that this densification took place,
    • Moon condensed to such an organic system, not only that what was in
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    • densification of the body is taking place in the human organisation.
    • what was to crystallise out later as the denser man; and it has taken
    • the densification.
    • one could say that every feather has the tendency to become a hair,
    • the feather from all sides; and every hair has the tendency to become
    • the densification of this Phantom the influences named in
    • the Old Sun. We know from Spiritual Science that the condensation of
    • the Old Sun condensed to air or gas. If we gaze up into space, gaze
    • also a globe of gas, it is condensed to the state of air. The sun
    • would never have condensed to the state of air had not the Being of
    • was in olden times still visible was copied in men's clothing.
    • olden times, though not so very long ago, the colours of these auras
    • super-sensible knowledge. He suddenly becomes aware: ‘The
    • faint-hearted, impotent, that he should find that confidence to
    • and confidence bring the soul through each trial, for these qualities
    • some time, believing him to be what he seemed to be, we were suddenly
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    • has an impulse to struggle for a knowledge beyond what is evident to
    • hidden from him, so that he may achieve true harmony with the world.
    • creations of Greek knowledge were far more densely packed with true
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • then we do not come to a vacuum, we come rather to a condensed
    • they form a dense mass; and it is into this dense mass that he first
    • there is the danger of coming into denser and denser regions, which
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • into ourselves we are confronted as it were by the density of our
    • predisposition of the brain? It is not the natural tendency of the
    • has no independence. It is no wonder that what we can gain from this
    • in the right way, so that we can look, upon it in its independence,
    • But we must also have confidence that we shall advance through these
    • confidence that the human soul is meant to bear aloft her divine self
    • lie hidden the ‘world-wonders’; wonder comes upon her as
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    • a complete image of its former being, upon which there hardens the new
    • the laws of his own spiritual being. He was to identify his newly-evolving
    • body, in mastery over the outer world, — he was to identify it
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    • John: transcendental Ideas. The Gospel of St. Luke:
    • spirit-power of the earthly sun-hidden forces of nature and of
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    • also on incidents and passages, some of them incomprehensible, some
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    • identity; Who in that He is capable of the uttermost sacrifice, of the
    • understanding, we are carried on the wings of transcendent, transforming
    • with the Gospel of St. John we may speak of great, transcendental
    • the working and weaving of earthly forces and powers, both hidden and
    • we can claim to have some faint inkling of the transcendent Ideas which
    • forces of Nature, both manifest and hidden, concentrated in the single
    • organisation of the hidden forces, both natural and spiritual, operating
    • at once to the study of St. Mark's Gospel. It would denote complete
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    • independently and that which for long ages had been the work of the gods
    • generations is self-evident. A brain capable of understanding Jahve had
    • remaining after all the others have dimmed, is denoted in mystical
    • Pharaoh was incapable of effective action when unprecedented events
    • befell. Imaginations were accessible, but when unprecedented factors
    • Abraham had been called. It is there that the “Golden Star”
    • there is evidence to show that they were taken aback when men and women
    • strives to make every human being independent, to endow the single
    • and who wished to prevent men from losing their identity as separate
    • beings, and to make them entirely independent and self-sufficient. These
    • with humanity as such and becoming independent, self-sufficient, egoistic
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    • upon which their whole mission was dependent. We have seen that their
    • mankind was still an essential factor. Evidence of this clairvoyant
    • made they bear evidence in themselves of their own defect. One defect
    • incident of the teacher which Hebbel gives in his diary. — The
    • of any food prepared with vinegar was most strictly forbidden. Those
    • For example, in many ancient sculptures of lions it is clearly evident
    • as it were, hardened into hairs. One can therefore well imagine that
    • there were some whose very nature gave evidence of the progress in human
    • their deepest meaning. It is quite wrong that students of these matters
    • by St. Paul. He too says that the word Hagar or Agar is identical with
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    • independent of physical phenomena. A spiritual scientific training of
    • personality if we were dependent on the activity that works
    • head organisation, and it is immediately evident that this
    • engaged in self-education and become at the same time independent of
    • feeling independently within himself. By and large the whole of
    • sectarianism, and, rising above separate denominations, even above
    • still inhibits a number of denominations, because materialism
    • psychopathic tendency, even though they cannot explain it
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    • independent of physical phenomena. A spiritual scientific training of
    • personality if we were dependent on the activity that works
    • head organisation, and it is immediately evident that this
    • engaged in self-education and become at the same time independent of
    • feeling independently within himself. By and large the whole of
    • sectarianism, and, rising above separate denominations, even above
    • still inhibits a number of denominations, because materialism
    • psychopathic tendency, even though they cannot explain it
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • must regard the plant world, in the first place, as an independent
    • independent entity as regards the Earth only comes clearly before us
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • must regard the plant world, in the first place, as an independent
    • independent entity as regards the Earth only comes clearly before us
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • downward tendency, those that are harmful forces. At the opening of a
    • been so strong as in our day, so that want of confidence as
    • also stands there beside him, it cannot be denied that what is seen
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • accidental-senses, which means that supposing that we had not our
    • senses we should have a different world! Accidental senses!
    • his accidental senses. Through the door of these chance-senses many
    • crudely into evidence, it is present everywhere. It is active in the
    • Gardens and the like, (the value of which observation must be
    • in doctors; that they have no confidence in the system, and seek by
    • every other means, something in which they can feel confidence? Nothing
    • confidence. Otherwise things will get worse from day to day. This
    • of our soul, if we wish to discover in ourselves how dependent we are
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • confidence to a still better future. ...’ Now follows what
    • Sich in den Geist der Zeiten zu versetzen,
    • overcome all tendency to slackness, all love of sloth and laziness,
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch Den Christus-Impuls.
    • downward tendency, those that are harmful forces. At the opening of a
    • been so strong as in our day, so that want of confidence as
    • also stands there beside him, it cannot be denied that what is seen
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • accidental-senses, which means that supposing that we had not our
    • senses we should have a different world! Accidental senses!
    • his accidental senses. Through the door of these chance-senses many
    • crudely into evidence, it is present everywhere. It is active in the
    • Gardens and the like, (the value of which observation must be
    • in doctors; that they have no confidence in the system, and seek by
    • every other means, something in which they can feel confidence? Nothing
    • confidence. Otherwise things will get worse from day to day. This
    • of our soul, if we wish to discover in ourselves how dependent we are
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • confidence to a still better future. ...’ Now follows what
    • Sich in den Geist der Zeiten zu versetzen,
    • overcome all tendency to slackness, all love of sloth and laziness,
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    • Der Weg zu gesundern Denken un die Lebenslage des Gegenwartsmenschen.
    • Der Weg zu gesundern Denken un die Lebenslage des
    • This lecture first appeared in English in The Golden Blade of 1980,
    • The Golden Blade, edited by
    • root cause of these disasters and destructive tendencies, we
    • admire is dependent, in his case, upon the experiences of the
    • we find that what is truly characteristic of them is hidden under
    • instance, to the ‘Fourteen Points’ of President Wilson.
    • offers to the world. A long path has to be trodden before these
    • connection of the human soul with the Divine as a self-evident
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    • Der Weg zu gesundern Denken un die Lebenslage des
    • This lecture first appeared in English in The Golden Blade of 1980,
    • The Golden Blade, edited by
    • root cause of these disasters and destructive tendencies, we
    • admire is dependent, in his case, upon the experiences of the
    • we find that what is truly characteristic of them is hidden under
    • instance, to the ‘Fourteen Points’ of President Wilson.
    • offers to the world. A long path has to be trodden before these
    • connection of the human soul with the Divine as a self-evident
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    • experience the One who was to come, who was still hidden from
    • legend of Osiris conveyed to men? The legend is that in olden times
    • Spiritual gradually densifies, how man himself has densified
    • that is to say from the Spirit, has densified into the calyx,
    • in the supremely gifted Novalis, feelings free of all denominational
    • Ruhe und Stille durch die Erdenräume,
    • Seligkeit in den Menschen.
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    • experience the One who was to come, who was still hidden from
    • legend of Osiris conveyed to men? The legend is that in olden times
    • Spiritual gradually densifies, how man himself has densified
    • that is to say from the Spirit, has densified into the calyx,
    • in the supremely gifted Novalis, feelings free of all denominational
    • Ruhe und Stille durch die Erdenräume,
    • Seligkeit in den Menschen.
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    • Heidenheim, June 12th, 1919
    • This is the 5th of 10 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Heidenheim,
    • some seven, eight or ten years now a real student of human life can
    • faces this melancholy expression. Hidden though it often be behind
    • deeds, our whole thinking dependent on them. This is demanded of us
    • thoughts. Whether they be old-fashioned aristocrats, or decadent
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    • Heidenheim, June 12th, 1919
    • This is the 5th of 10 lectures given by Rudolf Steiner at Heidenheim,
    • some seven, eight or ten years now a real student of human life can
    • faces this melancholy expression. Hidden though it often be behind
    • deeds, our whole thinking dependent on them. This is demanded of us
    • thoughts. Whether they be old-fashioned aristocrats, or decadent
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    • fact that the horizon has widened to include a spiritual world, then
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    • fact that the horizon has widened to include a spiritual world, then
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    • identified, but the biblical references suggest that they were
    • there is evidence that at the age of 30 or 31, another individuality
    • thirty, that very fact would be evidence of the fallacy of such a
    • I beg you not to give credence to these things because I say them,
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    • identified, but the biblical references suggest that they were
    • there is evidence that at the age of 30 or 31, another individuality
    • thirty, that very fact would be evidence of the fallacy of such a
    • I beg you not to give credence to these things because I say them,
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    • Die tieferen Geheimnisse des Menschheitswerdens im Lichte der
    • Vereinigung der Menschheit durch den Christus-Impuls (Vol. 165 in
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    • capacities in the physical world. Indeed, the materialistic tendency
    • as a young student, was completely steeped in the materialistic
    • we have independent spiritual knowledge in our time, it is impossible
    • to decide for either the oriental or the occidental views of the
    • of their temperament they prefer the oriental or the occidental world
    • I-force of the individuality and yet be independent of it. The
    • thinking and has implanted in our souls a tendency to materialism.
    • themselves as this or that independent individuality; they will be
    • however, who do not develop their individual I will be dependent on
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    • self-confident, intellectual way we do, but they were able to
    • all-embracing thought from this. When they condensed what they saw in
    • developed this connection to the spiritual in a phase of decadence
    • were actually lower types of people. They were not independent
    • dried up, as it were, and condensed to etheric-physical streams. What
    • that later condensed into hair.
    • independent. The life of the individual runs its course in certain
    • always been called “the golden star,” would proceed at a
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    • sun, we find what can be called the Golden Star, Zarathustra.
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    • identical human forms everywhere on earth.
    • there are those etheric bodies that have a strong tendency to light
    • Lemurian epochs, we find that initially impulses and tendencies
    • harmonious tendency of development in the evolution of humanity, and
    • or completion, but would still be developing and widening. The term
    • identical design of our physical body are at work in us mostly in the
    • the original identical design.
    • such an identical form did not develop that all the other things
    • itself, and no labels, identifying names, or other comments will be
    • simple words in any language — words that would condense it on
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    • the dangers of the ever-widening chasm separating different
    • wooden Group,” sculpture by Rudolf Steiner, reproduced by
    • Cover design: Mary Giddens and
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    • way: For a whole year, the college student will spend his time and
    • a force we could certainly not apply if we denied the existence of
    • a pupil's wish and you deny it to him, you will awaken his antipathy;
    • way. Deny the wishes, not to your pupil but to yourself, so that the
    • the child will follow your example and deny wishes to
    • body. It is a good thing to practise this self-denial: not to
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    • way: For a whole year, the college student will spend his time and
    • a force we could certainly not apply if we denied the existence of
    • a pupil's wish and you deny it to him, you will awaken his antipathy;
    • way. Deny the wishes, not to your pupil but to yourself, so that the
    • the child will follow your example and deny wishes to
    • body. It is a good thing to practise this self-denial: not to
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    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • with spatial laws, he pictures space before his eyes, independent of
    • something objective, independent of his own being. It was this that
    • objective and independent of ourselves. It does not occur to us that
    • shape is identical with the spatial concept we have formed. If we
    • perception” — a technical term that does not denote
    • independent of ourselves. For example, in recent times we have come
    • Middle Ages and their spiritual life. A mediæval student did not learn so
    • use of language as a tool of thought. And when the student had
    • things inwardly. In this way the student learnt Geometry
    • passed over into what was called Astronomy: the student integrated
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    • Damit der Mensch Ganz Mensch Werden. Die Bedeutung
    • is, in the first place, quite independent of man and the rest of the world.
    • with spatial laws, he pictures space before his eyes, independent of
    • something objective, independent of his own being. It was this that
    • objective and independent of ourselves. It does not occur to us that
    • shape is identical with the spatial concept we have formed. If we
    • perception” — a technical term that does not denote
    • independent of ourselves. For example, in recent times we have come
    • Middle Ages and their spiritual life. A mediæval student did not learn so
    • use of language as a tool of thought. And when the student had
    • things inwardly. In this way the student learnt Geometry
    • passed over into what was called Astronomy: the student integrated
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    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • that. They were sensed (empfunden); they were perceived
    • sense, but knowledge that is dependent upon the whole range of human
    • (Urkunden) speak from old, instinctive, clairvoyant
    • yesterday that, in olden times of human evolution, the view
    • he take them into his thoughts. He becomes independent in face of
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    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • that. They were sensed (empfunden); they were perceived
    • sense, but knowledge that is dependent upon the whole range of human
    • (Urkunden) speak from old, instinctive, clairvoyant
    • yesterday that, in olden times of human evolution, the view
    • he take them into his thoughts. He becomes independent in face of
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    • man is dependent on the circumstances prevailing in his environment. The
    • that approach you which is hidden in the depths of cosmic
    • the mouth uttering these secrets then lays the burden of sin upon
    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • eccentric garb and sit down, with his harp-maiden seated in front of
    • his knees. He would speak a few sentences; then the harp-maiden would
    • play; then he would continue his talk, and the maiden would play
    • civilisation of the whole Earth. This is evidenced by all the
    • have come into decadence now — you and these men of Asia will
    • into the chaos of destruction. This Ego must be tempered and hardened
    • civilisation. We need a confidence which will be able to bring into
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    • man is dependent on the circumstances prevailing in his environment. The
    • that approach you which is hidden in the depths of cosmic
    • the mouth uttering these secrets then lays the burden of sin upon
    • itself; likewise does the ear burden itself with sin when it hearkens
    • eccentric garb and sit down, with his harp-maiden seated in front of
    • his knees. He would speak a few sentences; then the harp-maiden would
    • play; then he would continue his talk, and the maiden would play
    • civilisation of the whole Earth. This is evidenced by all the
    • have come into decadence now — you and these men of Asia will
    • into the chaos of destruction. This Ego must be tempered and hardened
    • civilisation. We need a confidence which will be able to bring into
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    • hardening of the Ego. But, as I said, if this hardening of the Ego,
    • also in other parts of the world, is living in the decadent stages of
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • tendency to study and investigate only the corpse-like part of
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    • hardening of the Ego. But, as I said, if this hardening of the Ego,
    • also in other parts of the world, is living in the decadent stages of
    • the man of the West has developed his Ego, has allowed that hardening
    • tendency to study and investigate only the corpse-like part of
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    • consciousness men were not dependent upon oral conversation or
    • however, is dependent upon the fact that the human being can
    • is a constant tendency towards the depositing of salts, towards a
    • completion. So that all the time the brain has the tendency
    • again realises that the soul and the Spirit are independent of
    • no means identical with simple forms of mysticism. To argue that
    • mysticism and esotericism are one and the same denotes gross
    • is practically no documentary evidence and which must be reached
    • The men of olden times received their knowledge of the Divine
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    • consciousness men were not dependent upon oral conversation or
    • however, is dependent upon the fact that the human being can
    • is a constant tendency towards the depositing of salts, towards a
    • completion. So that all the time the brain has the tendency
    • again realises that the soul and the Spirit are independent of
    • no means identical with simple forms of mysticism. To argue that
    • mysticism and esotericism are one and the same denotes gross
    • is practically no documentary evidence and which must be reached
    • The men of olden times received their knowledge of the Divine
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    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung.
    • an abstract way, their contrast will not be very evident. We might
    • Gospels in order to know the Christ as an independent Being, from the
    • the Christ as an independent Being.
    • resurrection as an independent Being, not merely as the Son of the
    • the Christ becomes an independent being in the fulfillment of the
    • will at last be able to see the Son as an independent Being and to
    • us to find in Christ the divine spiritual, in an independent way.
    • — the physical body which is dense, then the etheric body
    • order to see if we still have materialistic tendencies and merely
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    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung.
    • an abstract way, their contrast will not be very evident. We might
    • Gospels in order to know the Christ as an independent Being, from the
    • the Christ as an independent Being.
    • resurrection as an independent Being, not merely as the Son of the
    • the Christ becomes an independent being in the fulfillment of the
    • will at last be able to see the Son as an independent Being and to
    • us to find in Christ the divine spiritual, in an independent way.
    • — the physical body which is dense, then the etheric body
    • order to see if we still have materialistic tendencies and merely
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    • in which so many things are taking place which widen the
    • the spiritual world, indicate that independently of man, and through
    • death. In a materialistic age this chasm widens. We shall more and
    • had settled down as gardeners near the Building. Their eldest child,
    • accident it was a question of just a few minutes which caused the boy
    • no one had noticed the accident (people were standing not far off,
    • you see a man walking along the bank of a river. Suddenly you see him
    • wrong to think that this was accidental. For in his present
    • will go on working in other people. The burdensome, fateful content
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    • in which so many things are taking place which widen the
    • the spiritual world, indicate that independently of man, and through
    • death. In a materialistic age this chasm widens. We shall more and
    • had settled down as gardeners near the Building. Their eldest child,
    • accident it was a question of just a few minutes which caused the boy
    • no one had noticed the accident (people were standing not far off,
    • you see a man walking along the bank of a river. Suddenly you see him
    • wrong to think that this was accidental. For in his present
    • will go on working in other people. The burdensome, fateful content
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    • in the Occident, is merely a summary of that which the senses convey
    • Schools of the Occident, have again and again pointed back to this
    • were by Nature a prosaic, matter-of-fact nation — even denied
    • for the civilisation of the Occident, the further continuation
    • follow, for instance, that which Occidental civilisation contains in
    • after Christ. Try to read the description of Occidental wisdom up to
    • choose between the evidence of the senses in Nature and Aristotle's
    • materialist; this cannot be denied. Since men, as it were, so
    • condense the external materialistic results of natural science
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    • in the Occident, is merely a summary of that which the senses convey
    • Schools of the Occident, have again and again pointed back to this
    • were by Nature a prosaic, matter-of-fact nation — even denied
    • for the civilisation of the Occident, the further continuation
    • follow, for instance, that which Occidental civilisation contains in
    • after Christ. Try to read the description of Occidental wisdom up to
    • choose between the evidence of the senses in Nature and Aristotle's
    • materialist; this cannot be denied. Since men, as it were, so
    • condense the external materialistic results of natural science
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    • incident of external culture, of external technical culture.
    • into decadence, and despite the fact that external,
    • groaning under the tyranny of Ludendorff and company. Most
    • the tendency towards Cosmogony is an endowment of
    • the Anglo-American world, that the tendency towards
    • tendency towards Altruism and towards that
    • contained in them. Roman jurisprudence simply invaded
    • jurisprudence help us much to-day towards the understanding
    • party tendencies took shape in two definite directions
    • conservative tendencies and the party with liberal
    • tendencies: But it is so very necessary that one should
    • these two party tendencies have their source in something
    • groaning under the yoke of Ludendorff — when constraint
    • plunder of civilisation which is identical with the ruin of
    • Man, and widen it into a cosmogony, a science of the
    • characteristic incident in connection with this. At the 'time
    • interested if a pig suddenly started running about and
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    • into decadence, and despite the fact that external,
    • groaning under the tyranny of Ludendorff and company. Most
    • the tendency towards Cosmogony is an endowment of
    • the Anglo-American world, that the tendency towards
    • tendency towards Altruism and towards that
    • contained in them. Roman jurisprudence simply invaded
    • jurisprudence help us much to-day towards the understanding
    • party tendencies took shape in two definite directions
    • conservative tendencies and the party with liberal
    • tendencies: But it is so very necessary that one should
    • these two party tendencies have their source in something
    • groaning under the yoke of Ludendorff — when constraint
    • plunder of civilisation which is identical with the ruin of
    • Man, and widen it into a cosmogony, a science of the
    • characteristic incident in connection with this. At the 'time
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    • olden days has been called ‘beauty’. So we see
    • the spiritual world his tendency to express in spherical form
    • tendency to make a straight line of the circle, too; how the
    • who take it in the right way it becomes as clearly evident as
    • the truths of mathematics. These are certainly evident though
    • the higher truths will not be evident to a fifteen-year old
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    • olden days has been called ‘beauty’. So we see
    • the spiritual world his tendency to express in spherical form
    • tendency to make a straight line of the circle, too; how the
    • who take it in the right way it becomes as clearly evident as
    • the truths of mathematics. These are certainly evident though
    • the higher truths will not be evident to a fifteen-year old
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    • principles as the fundamental tendencies of Indian spiritual life can
    • all life's sorrows — were hidden from him. He grew up seeing
    • these mysteries lie hidden beyond the region of the life that passes
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    • this is to deny an historical progress in evolution — that is,
    • kann die Spur von meinen Erdentagen
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    • principles as the fundamental tendencies of Indian spiritual life can
    • all life's sorrows — were hidden from him. He grew up seeing
    • these mysteries lie hidden beyond the region of the life that passes
    • universe, for the Christ Impulse is a unique event and to deny
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    • materialistic tendency. True, it is said that atoms and molecules are
    • but he does not consist of this alone. Independently of this he has
    • that is independent of the body.
    • abstract tittle-tattle about a soul independent of the bodily nature
    • materialism is not that it denies the existence of the Spirit.
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    • but he does not consist of this alone. Independently of this he has
    • that is independent of the body.
    • abstract tittle-tattle about a soul independent of the bodily nature
    • materialism is not that it denies the existence of the Spirit.
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    • Spirituelle Suendenerhebung.
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    • Easter Mystery took place in the garden, near the Place of the
    • hidden meaning. This would indeed be superstition, and Harnack could
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    • Easter Mystery took place in the garden, near the Place of the
    • hidden meaning. This would indeed be superstition, and Harnack could
    • realize, merely through incidental occurrences, that this human being
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    • evidence that sometimes older strata — recognisable by
    • evidence of more highly-developed animal species, until we come
    • our earth-evolution to olden times when as it were out of a
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • in the field of geology we remain on really safe ground (and no student
    • are something which, independent of the solid ground of the earth
    • aggregations, subsidences, foldings and so on. The formation of
    • certain subsidences causing the waters to be drained off in one
    • forces, and to subsidences. And in trying to obtain a general picture
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    • evidence of more highly-developed animal species, until we come
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    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • in the field of geology we remain on really safe ground (and no student
    • are something which, independent of the solid ground of the earth
    • aggregations, subsidences, foldings and so on. The formation of
    • certain subsidences causing the waters to be drained off in one
    • forces, and to subsidences. And in trying to obtain a general picture
    • occurrence elsewhere of foldings, subsidences — in short,
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    • gewöhnlichen Leben das Fühlen, den Inhalt des Gemütes
    • einseitig bloß das Denken vorhanden oder der Wille, sondern sie
    • solchen nach außen gerichteten Ruhe denken, uns klar sein
    • darüber, daß Wille waltet in den Gedanken, die wir
    • entfalten: indem wir einen Gedanken mit dem ändern verbinden,
    • waltet der Wille in diesem Denken. Also selbst wenn wir
    • denken, so waltet in uns wenigstens innerlich der Wille, und wenn wir
    • abgesondert für sich vorhanden. Aber was so abgesondert für
    • sich nicht vorhanden ist, das kann doch verschiedenen Ursprunges
    • sein. Und so ist auch der eine Pol unseres Seelenlebens, das Denken,
    • werden wir ja finden, wie das Denken eigentlich sich immer auf etwas
    • bezieht, was da ist, was Voraussetzungen hat. Das Denken ist zumeist
    • ein Nachdenken. Auch wenn wir vordenken, wenn wir also uns etwas
    • vornehmen, das wir durch den Willen dann ausführen, so liegen ja
    • einem solchen Vordenken Erfahrungen zugrunde, nach denen wir uns
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    • beiden das Gefühlselement, dasjenige, was wir im
    • gewöhnlichen Leben das Fühlen, den Inhalt des Gemütes
    • einseitig bloß das Denken vorhanden oder der Wille, sondern sie
    • solchen nach außen gerichteten Ruhe denken, uns klar sein
    • darüber, daß Wille waltet in den Gedanken, die wir
    • entfalten: indem wir einen Gedanken mit dem ändern verbinden,
    • waltet der Wille in diesem Denken. Also selbst wenn wir
    • denken, so waltet in uns wenigstens innerlich der Wille, und wenn wir
    • abgesondert für sich vorhanden. Aber was so abgesondert für
    • sich nicht vorhanden ist, das kann doch verschiedenen Ursprunges
    • sein. Und so ist auch der eine Pol unseres Seelenlebens, das Denken,
    • werden wir ja finden, wie das Denken eigentlich sich immer auf etwas
    • bezieht, was da ist, was Voraussetzungen hat. Das Denken ist zumeist
    • ein Nachdenken. Auch wenn wir vordenken, wenn wir also uns etwas
    • vornehmen, das wir durch den Willen dann ausführen, so liegen ja
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    • without knowledge of Saturn, hidden by Guardian of
    • this sacrifice Time is born as independent Beings called
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    • evident that we are able to find our way to the ears, hearts and
    • became immediately evident how necessary it was to spend this time
    • be denied. And why so? What I must say is that everyone who is
    • Do we deny that a man lived 105 years before our era, who was stoned
    • for blasphemy and hanged upon a tree? No, we do not deny this. Do we
    • deny that in this being a great Individuality was concealed? We
    • do not. Neither do we deny that this being may reincarnate in the
    • concerning which we must deny what the other school asserts? Only
    • In this respect we take the stand of denying nothing; and if anything
    • be denied, it is by the other side.
    • goodwill not dependent on the denial of any truth that may have been
    • denial of the truth. But in so far as we are logical, goodwill must
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    • ego depends in the same way as the physical body is dependent upon
    • world such as ancient Saturn. This world is hidden; to man it is a
    • dependent on these — and enter a world born from that which has
    • independent being. We can now first speak of something that begins.
    • formerly much used by students for examinations, but now no longer
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    • derived from the soul-life itself, from the ethical wisdom-laden life
    • the world something having an independent existence. We may describe
    • forth and spreading out on all sides, and finally condensing, while
    • so deeply stamped that when we evolve it again, independently of what
    • Independently of what we have heard. Anyone feeling even a little of
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    • degree of renunciation and self-denial he has acquired as regards the
    • airy conditions condensed to watery conditions. Water first appeared
    • they interpenetrated each other, to denser substance, to
    • possession of it, become independent of the Cherubim, self-reliant
    • possibility of taking their place as independent beings side by side
    • independent, renunciation previously took place. Thus, in cosmic
    • teach him the meaning of the earth. The incident represented in the
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    • as torment in the domain which can well be included in the hidden
    • layer exists over this hidden Soul-life in the depths. Who could fail
    • to know that there is such a hidden life of the Soul? Life itself
    • clear to ourselves something of this hidden life of the Soul, let us
    • do the hidden depths of the Soul-life play their part on the surface.
    • the unconscious Soul-forces akin to longings, burn up ardently as
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    • us once again ask ourselves in what way it has been made evident that
    • referred to in our last lecture. We then started from the hidden
    • purely materialistic or purely intellectual concepts deny what others
    • undeniable fact that that which was to have been offered up would
    • a member. The plant as such is not independent; it is a member
    • organism that is identical with the whole earth, and that is an
    • considering the plants as independent, for the whole earth organism
    • condensed out of that. The death of an animal means the casting off a
    • death; for no being who has not trodden the physical plane knows
    • displays an undeniable reality, a direct truth. What then is real on
    • event of Golgotha as a real event is to-day denied, and that people
    • same people who deny the existence of a super-sensible world lack the
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    • medical students and young physicians. The course
    • and Medical Students
    • edited by Dr. Hans W. Zbinden,
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    • 1920. Several medical students also participated: Helene
    • Die anthroposophisch-medizinische Bewegung in den
    • verschiedenen Etappen ihrer Entwicklung [The
    • beginning, a number of medical students took part in the
    • fifteen students. We often gathered in the cafés of
    • to show us students a way of becoming anthroposophical
    • physicians even while we are still students?” The paper
    • question from some students.” The only thing left to us
    • next day. Of the fifteen students, only four of us were
    • fifty, sixty, seventy medical students who share your
    • medical students for me, they must be medical people, and
    • brother there must have been one or two other students there.
    • confidence. [...]
    • invitation for medical students to the planned course which
    • he came to speak of the scientific tendencies which have
    • overcome the tendencies toward illness slumbering in him
    • Doctors' Course’ is evident. Their resistance to the
    • show her attitude toward these students.
    • preparations. In the course of the conversation he suddenly
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    • within the organism is not dependent upon earthly forces,
    • fundamentally speaking. It is dependent upon planetary
    • organism, it is entirely dependent upon the astral body.
    • you will find evidence of differentiation in the warmth
    • observation, everything is made dependent on what is seen
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    • same inner tendency of action which it has, as salt, in the
    • organization is identifiable with death, and the physical
    • organism is identifiable with the process of nourishment. We
    • tendency to paralyze this budding, sprouting life — not
    • tendency to illness. If you wanted just to be
    • amounts to a tendency to illness. The etheric organism brings
    • astral organism with its perpetual tendency to make an organ,
    • liver diseases are so hidden, so treacherous, is because they
    • formed through an indentation which is then filled from
    • being hidden, and then ‘found’. The discovery of
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    • but in olden times it was the basis of great astronomical
    • own, independent activity. If we were only to perceive, we
    • Otherwise I should identify myself with the object of
    • perception. But I make myself independent, I dampen down the
    • independent moral forces. We can imagine that the human
    • human being harden the organism; they enclose it in itself.
    • dentition.
    • on a cold surface. Antimony has the tendency to develop forms
    • about the ‘Signature’, as it was called in olden
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    • that many rhododendrons grow in districts where the soil
    • in the Alps and in Siberia and so forth. The rhododendron
    • such regions. This relationship with the rhododendron the
    • body has given over what came to it from the rhododendron, to
    • rhododendron plants. This indicates that the rhododendron
    • student has learned, it is just as if he were listening to
    • in present-day science. When a student has learned something
    • which come to a conclusion with the second dentition, work
    • Ihr heilenden Geister
    • Des Wachsenden
    • Des Werdenden.
    • In dem Erdensalze
    • Im Boden ernährt.
    • With the all hardening Salt
    • Verbinden dem Feuer
    • Erregen am glitzernden Tropfen
    • Erstarken an dem Salzerhärtenden
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    • like this — suppose someone were to go to Dresden and
    • the Art of Speech. But the independent, inner activity that
    • to them in full confidence and trust.
    • confidence will get help from Dornach as they go along. An
    • Dr. Wegman, in complete confidence.
    • answers. But unless there is inner confidence, there will be
    • find the way, but you must have confidence. It is not a
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    • cannot deny that he has it, whereas he has no inkling of the
    • deep matters. It cannot be denied that the knowledge of
    • serious physician must deny himself the use of these
    • deny himself and use, for himself, other kinds of healing.
    • personally cultivate the mood of helping. He must deny
    • him, to a certain extent, to deny healing himself by means of
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    • being experiences in his soul. There is a real correspondence
    • “to have a sudden rapid movement
    • verzücken, that is the tendency, the movement
    • towards a sudden rapid movement. If you say verwesen
    • means of correspondence. It is meant to unite you in such a
    • the hair. Blondeness comes from a sulfur process which is
    • activity is something in which he must unburden himself of
    • should be as I have said: A first course for medical students
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    • something in profound correspondence with truth, of the human
    • Denn fasset Leuchtekraft
    • So binden in Welten-Irre
    • child shows a slight tendency to stuttering. I am not, of
    • achieved with children who have a tendency to stuttering by
    • must have complete confidence in the way in which the medical
    • was attended by medical students and also a professor, a
    • has no antecedents and he, therefore, is still able to absorb
    • make the link in full confidence with the true kind of
    • Denn fasset Leuchtekraft
    • So binden in Welten-Irre
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    • student. There are a number among you who are now approaching
    • time, they became independent, were emancipated from the
    • dependence. Therefore, one cannot say nowadays that the
    • phases of the moon are coincident with menstruation. This
    • Menstruation takes its own independent course. Here is one
    • the moon. Ebb and flow were once coincident with certain
    • being as a result of it was at one time coincident with
    • independent and be able to experience inwardly and quite on
    • a different form. He does not come at birth with the tendency
    • who stands on the earth. He enters with the tendency to
    • first seven years of life. His inherent tendency would be to
    • earthly went on along its own path, it dried up, hardened,
    • of heredity; it has densified within the stream of heredity.
    • is independent as is the case during the first seven years of
    • parts always retain the tendency to be six-sided prisms,
    • self-contained, six-sided pyramids. This tendency is present.
    • You can as little rid the quartz of this tendency as you can
    • tendency to be governed, in the single fragment, by its own
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    • are not seeking for it are the lawyers, because jurisprudence
    • student has to learn today in his various courses has nothing
    • fundamentally to do with healing as such as therefore burdens
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    • organization has the tendency to expand or decay too
    • that the forces of the moon which in olden times streamed in
    • correspondences are treated with unbelievable superficiality
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    • jurisprudence, and medicine. The rest that have been added
    • element of warmth condensed to air on the one side, but, on
    • how is it possible that there can arise in man a tendency to
    • this tendency had never been present, the Moon evolution
    • Auch des Erdenmenschen Heilbedarf
    • into the realm of the moral, retreats suddenly, becomes
    • tendency is working. I refer to the principle of health
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    • well-known in olden times, real and devoted study of the sick
    • re-adopted or made the basis for modern methods. In olden
    • obvious. In some hidden way, this is what happens. In a dark
    • another child the tendency of the astral and ego organization
    • organization have a vehement tendency (not as in insanity but
    • the tendency to impress their structure on the physical and
    • organization have a tendency, but only in a certain sense, to
    • There will appear to you, condensed, Human ether
    • density, which seems to exercise suction. And now just as in
    • Shove old age's density
    • jurisprudence and is, consequently, to be pitied. Medicine
    • medicine; in jurisprudence spirituality ceased far away in
    • who comes into earthly life burdened with sin, because the
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    • difficulties which pre-med students have today in studying
    • correspondence, and not so much through inserts in this
    • a lateral tendency in the ribs of the Lucifer sculpture.
    • medicaments used, and see to it that a confident, cheerful
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    • medical students, Dornach, April 21–25, 1924.
    • empty space with a slightly condensed earth at the center
    • skullcap is rudimentary. The third stage is to indent the
    • an expansion and then to indentations. If you get used to
    • making images through expansion and indentations in this way
    • the earth under the human being as that which indents him.
    • The cosmos expands up above and the earth indents down below.
    • Thus an image is brought from the cosmos and man is indented
    • point of seeing this expansion and indentation everywhere,
    • thing suddenly folds in and becomes a gastrula. One should
    • work everywhere. Thereby there is always a tendency to direct
    • this way and so that an indentation is pushed along;
    • indentation — push from behind, indentation —
    • This tendency is present in every organ in the fluid man. So
    • which the liver is created they would have the tendency to
    • imagination: on the one side the tendency to take on
    • contours, and on the other side the tendency to permeate
    • mathematical or qualitative way is that one may suddenly ask
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    • ‘organism’ is by no means identical with the
    • the warmth cannot be identified with the fluid or with any
    • external evidence, to place spatial limits around the
    • of our identity. We would experience nothing except the world
    • although not identical with the impressions of the white
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    • with, curbed and hidden. Within the fluid organism —
    • solid organism as the densest of all, as the one that
    • light. This is entirely hidden from ordinary consciousness,
    • within it; they have a deadening effect upon tone,
    • deaden the sources of Tone.
    • correspondences between these two realms just as most
    • physical nature of the human being are identical. This, of
    • physical sun, shall be kept hidden. That is why certain
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    • medical students and young physicians. The course
    • realm of social life — without our identifying
    • respect to our world of thought we are entirely dependent
    • independent of experience’. But why are mathematical
    • process in operation there remains just as hidden from
    • figures of the Golden King, the Silver King, and the Brazen
    • us our head, which with its hard skull and tendency to
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    • life. Our senses and intelligence make it evident that from
    • human being evolves to a stage of greater self-dependence.
    • of evolution is in evidence from birth to death.
    • deeply hidden in the bodily nature there are also corporeal
    • speaking is dependent upon the physical sounds. We, as the
    • during sleep is to a very great extent dependent upon his
    • the fourteenth year, although it is still undeniably present.
    • supposed to be students certainly have a feeling for words
    • into a human world which has denied us spiritual reality in
    • latter have denied them idealism in speech and the intimation
    • this is far more likely to become a burden in the soul than a
    • for the purposes of conventional speech he is dependent upon
    • has become it is evident at once that these cultural
    • rooted. In physical life we can deny the spirit. With the
    • and etheric bodies during sleep, we cannot deny the spirit.
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    • strength to live an independent life. But what actually
    • will that is dependent merely on the physical body, or most
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    • become dependent in his thoughts upon quite different
    • become morally decadent. And this moral decadence of good and
    • Mussulman and Turk, to gain the ascendency.
    • confidential secretary Fabricius out of the window. (As you
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    • was inevitably so in olden times.
    • hold of in his inmost soul. Hence in those olden times man's
    • the world of his thoughts man was dependent upon the Spirits
    • on Earth. In those olden times, when it was right for the
    • intellect has such a strongly Luciferic tendency — that
    • student in the laboratory were to look into the microscope
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    • thereby acquired our freedom, our self dependence as human
    • takes place and man would never have achieved independence
    • why hardened materialists, such as Büchner,
    • suddenly come across a poisonous plant, let us say henbane or
    • belladonna. What have we there? Suddenly, among the other
    • is not always identical with the form we see externally. It
    • dissolved and which actually asserts its independence!
    • overcome his tendency to lapse into somnolent states.
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    • natural tendencies of the soul. Matters relating to
    • whole appearance as a human being. In those olden days men
    • an instinctive feeling for physiognomy. And in those olden
    • caste system gradually developed from antecedents of which I
    • dependent on the Mysteries, and kept the official register,
    • forgetting, when they are relating some incident, to say what
    • very different matter to give precedence to external modes of
    • them with a dogma denying pre-existence. In any case such
    • because the whole natural tendency of his soul and Body was
    • which are astir in the blood; we have become dependent upon
    • dependent upon sub-earthly forces? It is not the same for us
    • may thrive during the winter. Our dependence upon sub-earthly
    • must learn to feel ourselves independent of the super-earthly
    • ; but independent, too, of what lies in our blood.
    • characteristic that now becomes evident, not only in Wolfram,
    • moral sphere as being entirely independent of the physical.
    • puffing, with backs bent under the burden of the findings of
    • Daz muoz der sêle werden sûr.
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    • THE GARDEN CITY PRESS LIMITED
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    • helpful to students have been
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    • evidence that knowledge of the spirit was lost.
    • person of Jesus. Danger of identifying Pagan Mystery
    • of the soul, denial of Christ as misfortune of the
    • soul, and denial of the Spirit as deception of the
    • thus deny Christianity to the public. The mission of
    • the spirit of Rome in jurisprudence, etc; Constantine
    • and Swedenborg. Ludwig's inner experience when
    • Swedenborg received spiritual enlightenment at the age
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    • evident that the Gospels did not exercise any significant
    • theologians today who doubt whether any evidence can be
    • become increasingly evident that if the careful research of
    • the present day broadens its scope and shows itself to be
    • possible to adduce considerable evidence to show that there
    • is no reliable historical evidence for not assigning an early
    • vindicate completely the evidence from purely spiritual
    • writings in order to find evidence for their various
    • Palestine. This Mystery teaching was full of hidden knowledge
    • were independent entities. If you were to ask, for example, a
    • factual grounds since, from the evidence of direct
    • soul which looks inward. This is self-evident, he would
    • they deny the spirit, though not openly, they do not know,
    • denied for a time all perception of the spirit. In face of
    • not end there. There is now a growing tendency to abolish the
    • contemporary tendencies which are of decisive importance.
    • is unmistakable evidence that they purchased preferment for
    • jurisprudence. In this the spirit had no part. It is
    • hidden cause of so much misery today. And when we have
    • reveal the origin of those hidden tendencies behind the
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    • And when, in recent times, a tendency developed to draw upon
    • evidence which could throw light upon Aristotle's
    • embryonic life. This accepts post-existence, but denies
    • was evident that, despite his profound erudition, despite the
    • mist was not so dense then as it is now, but the first signs
    • in olden times they were of immense importance to mankind,
    • identity and said: “What the Christians say of Christ,
    • lugubrious chants were suddenly transformed into wild
    • denying that these religious festivals, celebrated untold
    • understand today. Remember that not only is man dependent
    • what is forbidden territory today. Modern science naturally
    • man before his first incarnation on Earth. He was forbidden
    • to manifest in the individual man, and as independent human
    • event took place in olden times and its effect upon the soul
    • died. Those who crucified Him clearly bear a heavy burden of
    • things we cannot fully comprehend. This is evident from the
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    • with the whole cosmic order. If we deny the universality of
    • whereas they are interdependent. You will recall that as
    • always have transferred them wisely. It is evident from the
    • It suddenly
    • thought and action in whom the Czar had implicit confidence,
    • been dead. The same applies to the Earth. Those confident
    • fact is undeniable. In our present materialistic age people
    • some conception of this power which is independent of these
    • to remind you of an important fact that is evident in all the
    • instance there is no evidence that Christ could write. The
    • entirely dependent upon the power of the spirit. One must not
    • who deny the existence of God; there are also deniers of
    • Jesus; and there are materialists, deniers of the spirit. To
    • the soul, a disease of the human personality. To deny Christ
    • soul, of the human personality. To deny Christ is a
    • misfortune of the human soul. Note the difference. To deny
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    • of the leaf into the flower, regarded it as self-evident that
    • epoch. Everywhere we find evidence of a progressive decline;
    • for years has been accustomed to ideas which provide evidence
    • non-Christian world would have precious little confidence in
    • independent of social sanctions. A time will come when people
    • correspondence between the word and the external impression.
    • the metabolic process is not wholly independent of
    • respiration; its dependence is simply concealed, it lies
    • decadence, when opinions as to what is good and evil will be
    • “jot or tittle”, Christ implied that, in olden
    • is at hand, when he must change his mental attitude. In olden
    • This tendency
    • subconscious; little evidence of it is to be seen on the
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    • but because he was denied insight into the spiritual world,
    • of all authority is deeply dependent upon a belief in
    • perceives only the evidence of the senses. This doctrine,
    • his creative imagination. For this view is identical with the
    • cannot plumb the hidden depths of history but must for ever
    • hidden sphere of the psychic life, to the inner domain of
    • this book is identical with the spirit that prevails in the
    • is evidence of his corrupt interpretation of Goethe.
    • within them any direct evidence of their origin. Thus whilst
    • this. The time for hidden teachings was past. It was Imperial
    • the Moon Spirits during sleep. It pertained to the hidden
    • temptation in the Garden of Eden: “In the day ye eat
    • Caligula's judgement was clear evidence that the power
    • they were undeniably successful in one respect —
    • meaning of that event. There is little evidence of the
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    • here a remarkable coincidence. On countless occasions Roman
    • rights or civil liberties, which you deny to those of humble
    • was founded on this principle. And suddenly the cry was
    • historical incident that confirms the hypothesis I have
    • foxes and wolves. Not that the Christians would have denied
    • Mystery temples. It was their desire that the truths hidden
    • aim of these initiated emperors was to deny Christianity to
    • lives on, not only in jurisprudence, but in other domains
    • hidden impulses of Rome to a new site and so restore them to
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    • neutralize the dangerous tendencies of Julian's make-up
    • was still illumined by a ray of wisdom from olden times, but
    • traditions to posterity. He was opposed to any sudden break
    • of their dogmas, they must deny the existence of these
    • demonstrated, even externally, although internal evidence
    • ideas that in any way echoed Manichaeism were forbidden, i.e.
    • rebelled against this tendency and one of the most celebrated
    • man and does not come by teaching. The story of Eden in the
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    • not dependent upon the findings of the external history that
    • evidence of historical investigation they cannot do
    • no clear and reliable evidence, even from leading scholars,
    • that was unprecedented in the history of mankind; unprecedented
    • truth, allow me to refer to a small incident which occurred
    • been predicted) was, in fact, a decadent form of sacrifice.
    • present in the hidden depths of nature. And for this reason
    • were already decadent at the time of which we are speaking.
    • that he could experience outside the body the hidden impulses
    • Mithras Mysteries which were already decadent and from the
    • the astral and etheric bodies were “condensed”,
    • preceding the War seem like a golden age. All that has
    • independent of the body and which is unrelated to the death
    • successors were forbidden to transmit the knowledge. And
    • a fool. I have no wish to denigrate the painstaking
    • evident that in the first centuries after the Mystery of
    • should suffer if we were suddenly bereft of our senses, when
    • independent States which have wide powers of
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    • mentioned in my last lecture the unprecedented fury with
    • of the world in order to widen the range of his experience,
    • were dependent upon a group-soul and were content for these
    • group-soul, when the selfless identification with the group
    • evidence of the early centuries the people were kept in
    • the cells would develop independently of the organism and
    • confidence in itself. This self-awareness of reason, the
    • denying our reason. And so we preferred to abandon reason
    • modern scientist denied his spiritual birthright. Science
    • whither he is being led and suddenly finds himself at a
    • little evidence of clear thinking in the few examples which I
    • It is an unprecedented abuse of language to associate such
    • Name. What did Christ deny? — Everything which today is
    • belief in a transcendent authority, man himself must
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    • alongside this introspective tendency there was something
    • which Goethe's poetry evokes I see a deep golden
    • yellow passing over into golden brown. When I read Schiller
    • denouement, sometimes it is only a characteristic figure in
    • it impossible to condense the narrative content into a
    • on reading Schiller, or golden yellow passing over into
    • golden brown on reading the dramas or poems of Goethe, who
    • longer possible to deny that there exist people who are aware
    • rightly understood today is evident from the observations of
    • hidden depths of the soul, but that people today lack the
    • this reason the assessment of Swedenborg (who has often been
    • concealed the spiritual world. Swedenborg had developed a
    • personalities. I should like to take Swedenborg as an example
    • scientific works of Swedenborg have just been published in
    • the trick of recognizing a man such as Swedenborg (who was
    • Swedenborg bears witness to the reality of the spiritual
    • Swedenborg
    • therefore is to some extent dependent upon the body. The
    • second possibility is that the body is dependent upon the
    • between them just as two clocks which are independent of each
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    • and the Spirits of Darkness the urge for independence — then
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    • instinctively aware of this. A modern tendency: to take a
    • hierarchies condensed by luciferic influences. Spiritual
    • Dreizehnlinden.
    • living in America and the way to overcome this tendency.
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    • evidently are still in Operation today, three-quarters of a
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    • the point where it is fully evident that modern people simply
    • development in soul and spirit continued to be dependent on
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    • entirely given up to illusion. There is a growing tendency to
    • growing tendency to form utterly wrong opinions about what in
    • 22 or 23, one of my fellow students came to me one day, his
    • went. Ratinger was not free at the moment and so the student
    • relate to reality. In the end the student never went to see
    • rather than fantasy. The most unrealistic and fantasy-ridden
    • are suddenly quite free and cannot bear such freedom. For
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    • nature which are hidden from the sight of weak humanity
    • This truth was kept hidden to protect ordinary life from the
    • is, should we not continue to keep them hidden? This is not
    • electricity, of the changes in atmospheric density which has
    • certain secrets connected with the virtues remain hidden to
    • something grown in their own garden. People in their twenties
    • the absolute certain truth grows in his own garden, even if
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    • Greece, therefore, it was not so clearly evident that
    • occult; it is hidden.
    • heads are hidden from view — the people who are sitting
    • independent of the physical body.
    • different tendencies will come up at a congress like the one
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    • tendencies; you would be following only your head, and
    • body condensed to become the rest of the human body, which of
    • manifestation of the Elohim has condensed to become
    • books which give irrefutable evidence of prophesies which
    • world of sensory perception had not yet condensed and become
    • suddenly — as I said, by a miracle — becomes
    • there, in order to find the right correspondence and
    • It is evident
    • For it is the tendency today to get to know as little as
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    • opened up in these lectures, I want to make some incidental
    • muscular strength, the conjurer then suddenly lifts them up
    • as will be evident from several
    • quality of his true nature, quite independent of our own
    • were to feel the burden of their weight as I looked around
    • desire to imitate come from, this tendency to imitate after
    • bring the tendency to Imitate with us from the world of the
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    • The natural tendency is to make our thinking
    • months. This was a truth fully supported by factual evidence.
    • you can reinterpret the most golden of ideas as ethical
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    • as ‘universal’, ‘providence’, and the
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    • The work in question was Dreizehnlinden by Wilhelm Weber,
    • Wilhelm Weber's Dreizehnlinden? You see how people live
    • Dreizehnlinden, and these are alive today in the hearts and
    • is anyone here who has not read Dreizehnlinden — and I
    • Catholics were forbidden to study anything relating to the
    • and remains only in a hardened form. You need to find the
    • ‘unknown philosopher,’ who was a student of Jacob Boehme,
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    • down into the hidden depths of human nature. And then the
    • secret, hidden soul development is given due attention. As I
    • beside it runs the blue one, a hidden inner life to which we
    • up with the life of the Moon. Hidden beneath the life of the
    • children with living ideas so that the mysterious hidden
    • continues, and if our university students continue to be
    • the ‘improved something’ takes precedence over
    • has gone so far in his abstract thinking that he identifies
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    • impulses which would make every human being an independent
    • every human being to be an independent individual. This would
    • were not independent, but inherited certain traits from their
    • and racial relationships, insisting on the independence of
    • beings to develop independent ideas, feelings and impulses
    • basis on which people can be independent individuals. And it
    • previously been rebels in the cause of independence. They
    • rebellious feeling of independence in human beings at the
    • terms of the progressive tendencies of human evolution;
    • universal human truths, which are independent of all blood
    • for human independence during the time when the laws of
    • been a preparation for this. Just think how dependent people
    • bound to the soil; the soul has to become independent. All
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    • things are particularly evident.
    • that I recently told you how the present age is dependent on
    • and so did my students: semester by semester they grew more
    • understood in the future. Hidden below the surface is a
    • Thus not only the paper spectre of the golden florin,
    • will help us to be on our guard may be found hidden in Part 2 of
    • much more deeply hidden and initially have really nothing to
    • independence, culture and literature were then still being
    • an independent judgement in the atmosphere which has been
    • evidence of their being used up without anything new taking
    • And closely bind all independent minds;
    • Greatest of spirits, mind most independent,
    • We're drawn to follow in most ardent longing.
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    • more independent in their task of guiding humanity. Thus
    • Europe. The East of Europe will develop powerful tendencies
    • they make it evident to what extent the spirits of darkness
    • insurance companies, be independent?
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    • the human soul, it manifests three parts in a certain way independent
    • have burdened our soul with something or when there is a special joy
    • But this is only an evidence of the fact that we are more intimately
    • human beings were primarily dependent upon influences from the
    • he admits the validity of matter alone and denies the existence of
    • mutually confirm one another. This is the evidence of truth which is
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    • come to a right attitude toward our life, to a broadening of our
    • only with spiritual knowledge. But apathy deadens the emotions and
    • purpose processes in nature, in order to penetrate into hidden
    • confidence and hope to what faces us in the coming millennia of the
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • spirit ceases to be dependent on the physical body at an ever
    • this dependence lasted up to the age of 56, receding during
    • man's soul and spirit were dependent on the physical body
    • soul and spirit were still dependent on the body in mature
    • the cosmic Christ. To be an atheist is an illness, to deny
    • dependence on the body in the early post-Atlantean epochs,
    • enriched if man develops a sense for the hidden connection
    • former life on earth. By developing a sense for hidden karmic
    • independent from the body at the age of 27. When the
    • dependence lasted into mature age, he grew naturally wise.
    • detached from man. This tendency has opened the door for evil
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • excision—if not denial—of all spiritual factors
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • soul being ceases to be dependent on his bodily organs whose
    • develop independently. When we observe man as he is today we
    • dependence of his spirit-soul being on his physical-bodily
    • soul's dependence on the body's evolution. While at first the
    • modern man's spirit-soul being is comparatively independent
    • dependent on it caused the spirit to light up within man.
    • cease to be dependent on the bodily nature. That there were
    • being's development to be dependent on his bodily nature up
    • experience that independence from the body which at the
    • After that he had to accomplish his own independent inner
    • mankind's evolution, his spirit-soul being's dependence on
    • soul's independent life after death, or before it had entered
    • being would at an ever earlier age cease to be dependent on
    • the body. This independence would happen long before his
    • spiritual science continues to widen and develop
    • development to be dependent upon their bodily nature up to
    • their 28th year. At that age the soul became independent. You
    • what the soul no longer receives through its dependence on
    • freely and independently to grasp reality and carry this
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • widened. In our recent considerations we have in fact worked
    • spirit cease to be dependent on the organism. However, in the
    • ancient Indian epoch, the dependence persisted, and this is
    • aware during childhood and youth of his soul's dependence on
    • namely his soul's dependence on the declining life of the
    • dependence on the thriving, flourishing life forces during
    • body; its healthy dependence upon the body was felt to be
    • which the spirit-soul being of man knew itself dependent,
    • spirit-soul being's earlier dependence on the bodily nature
    • spirit-soul being's dependence on their declining life
    • dependence upon the flourishing, up-thrusting life forces no
    • the dependence was still experienced much more strongly than
    • dependence upon his physical-bodily nature. This is the
    • Spirit must be attained from within, independent of man's
    • spiritual impulses, engendered independently, must be
    • its independence from the body. A healthy person leading a
    • healthy life can sense the dependence on the Father God up to
    • independence of the body. Man becomes an atheist when he
    • To deny or fail
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • because it was self-evident, that those who had reached their
    • first epoch. His soul-spirit being remained dependent on the
    • dependence on the piece of land one inhabited; instead, there
    • wondrous coincidence! As I have described, immediately after
    • when every person is seen to have a natural tendency to become a
    • be dependent on whether there was a Jesus or not. Regarding
    • there nevertheless, though hidden within the chaos of Eastern
    • incident I want to mention is the following.
    • to the embassies in Austria, France, Sweden and Saxony.
    • years and is an immense burden to all the countries
    • people entrusted to them, must take precedence over all
    • setback merely through accidental changes in the
    • in Germany. Sweden is without hope and is suffering losses;
    • extent dependent on man's natural development. However, the
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • incidental material.
    • organization and denied to those who are intellectually
    • can deny the invisible within the visible, maintaining that
    • that it is not in the least denied that the physical pressure
    • maidens (feelings) must yield to the poem (soldiers). The
    • a ‘Student’ representing the ballad called
    • curly head, and with them a second student representing the
    • the Gospels as precedent. Christianity proclaims with
    • three components may be quite independent of one another
    • that region incidental thoughts and ideas, so that one's
    • surprised by a sudden quiet in the hall, and have to make
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • through this or that personality. Thus it becomes evident in
    • evident to what extent there is the opportunity for certain
    • “evidence,” the “visible proof”? He
    • reached was what he termed the evidence, the inner visible
    • obliged to give these lectures, so the law students were
    • he sought to reaffirm it to the law students. He also spoke
    • had produced “the evidence” that what lights up
    • the evidence of correct judgment; the good is what is rightly
    • untrue. Truth and untruth contain hidden love and hate.
    • evidence.” To explain truth is to explain the human
    • independently of the physical body. The ether body must be
    • truly independent action.
    • good tendencies, and up to the age of puberty he develops
    • that he develops tendencies that are noble and kind, and he
    • to historical evidence but is able to relate the Christ
    • Wherever you look you see a denial of Christianity. Most
    • freedom, the alleged independence — which in any case
    • Christianity. This lack has led to grotesque incidents like
    • aspect of reality that we deny it altogether? True concepts
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    • comprehension of how we arrive at aesthetic assessments is dependent on
    • our I is not at all identical with the one we find
    • immediately evident. What we are talking about is something
    • ordinary life, one must widen one's observation, and deepen
    • belong to the present incarnation. They are also dependent on
    • I one must make efforts to seek out the more hidden
    • remark. To seek out life's hidden connections would today be
    • seek out life's hidden connections. It must become an
    • we contemplate life's hidden connections, the stronger
    • all other so-called advantages of culture. This incident was
    • discover in such opinions the kind of hidden connections in
    • immense importance. In one's search for such hidden
    • tendency in man to think in a pantheistic way, to simplify
    • everyday experiences reverberate in such hidden connections.
    • thought, whose reality will become evident only in our next
    • conscious of such hidden connections the possibility arises
    • discover hidden connections between events, as I have
    • such hidden connections to be discovered. And if they are
    • which point to the hidden spiritual realm I have indicated.
    • an incident which I would like to use as an example of what I
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    • and development of the body. This interdependence ceases when
    • become more independent and man's inner development no longer
    • 35, still dependent on the body. Consequently we are not
    • and spirit are still in some way dependent upon our
    • self-discipline did not modify this tendency, we would in
    • more hidden connections, in ways I explained in the previous
    • in youth he was an ardent lover of independence. The poverty
    • created a precedent. The British press was, in fact, hurling
    • complete confidence is again demonstrated when one year, as
    • shows his confidence in life, a confidence that stemmed from
    • not lose that confidence when things went wrong. And in
    • remained, but the prosperity he had so confidently promised
    • call it a coincidence, but the death duty he had already
    • not only flowed through hidden channels but has been kept so
    • everything to prevent war, when suddenly they found
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    • it loses its essential identity. This never happens with a
    • This tendency
    • a tendency that is intimately connected with a certain
    • spiritual element that has become independent exerts its
    • people generally share — independent of human beings as
    • still independent have to fight for survival, faced with
    • individual his full human dignity and independence. Their
    • really springs from this tendency, although it may be thought
    • enhancing man's intrinsic value, though as yet this tendency
    • there suddenly appeared in the British press a whole series
    • other instances, we see him suddenly change.
    • things from one aspect only is a common tendency, which some
    • aware of who know Hölderlin, he identifies with
    • course that enables it to take hold of the more hidden
    • thinking that has become independent. We lack to a high
    • degree the ability to rise above dependence on external
    • independently, within its own essence. That is why our
    • the hidden secrets directly connected with present events,
    • the forces and impulses of the Occident; above all it wants
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  • Title: Lecture: Fall and Redemption
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    • occurred in the course of human evolution: man's becoming independent
    • consciousness of this independence first arose as the
    • independence.
    • decision-making ability that is independent of the divine spiritual
    • became capable of sinning through this independence from the divine
    • Scholasticism is in fact denied altogether. In modern natural science
    • broaden this teaching on metamorphosis, entirely in a Goethean sense,
    • extraterrestrial being. And that is identical with what we can call
    • greatest pride today is evident in those who strive for a so-called
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    • occurred in the course of human evolution: man's becoming independent
    • consciousness of this independence first arose as the
    • independence.
    • decision-making ability that is independent of the divine spiritual
    • became capable of sinning through this independence from the divine
    • Scholasticism is in fact denied altogether. In modern natural science
    • broaden this teaching on metamorphosis, entirely in a Goethean sense,
    • extraterrestrial being. And that is identical with what we can call
    • greatest pride today is evident in those who strive for a so-called
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Cover Sheet
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    • of the sciences gives to a medical student practically
    • extend the domain — widen out the concept of geometry.
    • way as to attain a certain state of independence before they
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    • as self-evident really dates back to the Chaldeans. Yet the
    • more correctly, the scientific tendency and direction, then
    • something on the Earth which is in complete dependence upon
    • far-reaching independence of man upon this daily
    • course. The dependence of man on the yearly rhythm, namely on
    • very great dependence of man on the solar life, — on
    • independent of the daily course of the Sun. We have still to
    • go into the significance of this independence and to show in
    • what way a certain dependence does nevertheless exist.
    • phenomena of tidal ebb and flow, is connected quite evidently
    • concerned with human evolution is shown to be dependent in
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    • this can of course only be trodden from the standpoint of
    • kingdom to a certain extent carries on an independent
    • somehow perceive, my dear Friends, so outwardly and evidently
    • through the senses, independent of growth, to work on the
    • processes within ourselves, no longer dependent on illusory
    • male organism too, only it is less evident; it can be
    • lies hidden something like the gesture of a vast cosmic life
    • It is quite easy to discern in olden times this feeling of
    • the Newtonian force of attraction to that which suddenly
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    • a rule apparently self-evident. It will be said —
    • evident. Starting from this, one might again try to form the
    • . This is a self-evident fact so long as one remains within
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    • represented. Precise our most ardent wish must be renounced
    • outer Nature as independently of man as possible, — to
    • relatively independent processes, all that is rhythmical in
    • now to go into these things more deeply, for it is evident
    • thought, but we cannot so easily find an evident relation
    • all dependent on any actual Moon-events, yet they are somehow
    • evident today, how on the one hand in Astronomy the ground of
    • knowledge is being lost. And it is evident how on the other
    • of our fundamental methods is quite evidently needed in both
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    • prove, at least to indicate the validity of such a widening
    • existence, for this was felt to be self-evident. Only when
    • surely not deny that there must be some connection between
    • the Astronomy of Egypt and Chalden with present-day
    • the independent working of the life of soul, given up as it
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    • influence of Natural Science there is a tendency, in modern
    • rather within the bodily nature than independently of the
    • fantasy or fancy (I do not say identical with these, but like
    • make another incidental remark, Scientists nowadays speak of
    • limit. In contrast to this tendency in science nowadays, we
    • matter when you envisage what is evident for all eyes to see,
    • it is definite and evident. The deviations in certain animals
    • evident inner differentiation, inasmuch as they apply to the
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    • us to a large extent independent of the outer world. We
    • dependent on all that was going on around him. Today we see
    • dependent on the illumined Earth and its illumined
    • less independent of the life of the outer senses. Day by day
    • well-known and evident to everyone, the essential
    • development. We see in it quite evidently what I was
    • frees itself from dependence on the yearly course of the Sun.
    • its dependence on the Sun's yearly course. it emancipates
    • is indeed a universal tendency in evolution; the living
    • What is in evidence in the animal when puberty is reached, we
    • Kepler's saying. The comets seen were recorded even in olden
    • different branches of Science. Four lectures to students,
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    • curve, we have a curve, rather like but not identical with an
    • branch as independent of the other, I must go out of space; I
    • transition, quite independently of what outer experience
    • thought to the correspondence between the human head and the
    • you insist on an entire correspondence within the
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    • get the true correspondence
    • be denied — it is indeed quite obvious to any
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    • independent and the dependent variable in an equation as
    • incidentally is the method which should accompany the efforts
    • presence of the loop-making tendency in the human body and
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    • incidentally, from time to time, to the forms of animal and
    • variability is most in evidence in the middle portion of the
    • condensed and pressed together, whilst in the pair of ribs
    • sternum) the space is widened, matter being as it were
    • process, becoming hidden and undefined. Going downward from
    • more attenuated and the loop widens, while in the other it
    • the vertebra was drawn together, bulges and widens out, while
    • into evidence. Mars, Jupiter and Saturn (not to speak of
    • part (dotted line) ever less in evidence, the farther you go
    • a very evident and significant fact, regarding both the Sun's
    • evidently correspond to what makes vortices and vertebrae,
    • correspondence of the human spinal axis to the Sun's path and
    • we are pursuing makes this coordination evident. Mindful of
    • resultant path for the Earth, no longer coincident with the
    • another and more deeply hidden.
    • to show you that we should not build too confidently on mere
    • the golden age of the mechanical outlook upon Nature. Today I
    • eloquent of the tendency to derive animate living Nature from
    • doing justice to their most evident and essential features?
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    • identical which we obtained just now for the movement of the
    • true knowledge under-lay their efforts; it is undeniable if
    • But it took time, this eduction of mankind; it evidently had
    • this subject in the School of Alexandria in olden time, he
    • Samos. They were already decadent in his time; they had been
    • later, I may add, this attainment became even more evident,
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
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    • the simple appearance of them, we regard as identical. I
    • identical. A few simple experiments will soon oblige you to
    • incidentally, a horse will do in any case. Say now I
    • identical. So for example I follow the Moon in its path, with
    • the identical heavenly body, in movement as we call it; we
    • Earth the entire sphere is turning, (Incidentally it is not a
    • illustrated really lived in olden time. The form at least,
    • the ideas of olden time, but to do so we should have had to
    • influences, the tendency that is in us would give us animal
    • plant, is palpably evident. Let us imagine the Sun's effect
    • the latter when the Sun cannot work directly but is hidden by
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    • relatively independent. So is the rhythmic system with all
    • goes with it in the organization three independent systems
    • with an outward tendency and the other with its
    • tendency turned inward.
    • in this way: I will suppose that the density of an effect,
    • left with a sphere that has a denser portion in the middle
    • the stars more densely packed in the region of the Milky Way,
    • master them. Look, with this deeper tendency of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVI
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    • independent of the movements of cosmic space; everything
    • Incidentally, this strange phenomenon does not happen quite
    • has not first made the effort to widen out one's range of
    • tendency of deformation in an earthquake or the like. We
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVII
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    • moving in a certain sense in the identical orbit and yet
    • Incidentally, you
    • simplicity. It grew to be the accepted tendency. The simple
    • lies hidden that which would lead to the truth. Instead of
  • Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XVIII
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    • surface of the Earth we should get into dense matter, so
    • the Earth where we have denser matter enveloped by more
    • outside and denser matter inside. For the Sun it is the
    • opposite; as we go inward we go from relatively denser matter
    • materiality less dense than earthly matter, but if we call
    • planetary system does indeed also contain this tendency to
    • this contrast between the tendency to become rigid and the
    • tendency to be ever variable, ever escaping from its
    • which are really due to materialities of opposite tendency
    • different densities will impinge on one another. Then, in the
    • examine the effect when you forcibly indent it from without
    • inward, where the indentation will of course follow certain
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    • åndsvidenskap, Goetheanum. Ingen anerkjennes som
    • han har ervervet seg det erkjennelsesgrunnlag som denne
    • en annen måte som den anerkjenner som likestillet.
    • karma komner i berøring med åndsvidenskapen, er det
    • Kristus her på jorden forenet seg med Jesu av Nasarets
    • legeme. Der skred et vesen hen over denne vår jord, om
    • hvilket vi kan si: Ved dette vesen har den kosmiske Kristus
    • stadig større forståelse for detto mysterium. Denne
    • det, og at så denne nathanske Jesus med Zarathustra-jeget
    • forberedte seg til den begivenhet som antydes ved
    • Jesus av Nasaret. Ved døden utgjød Kristus seg i den
    • seg til menneskehetens frelse: en gang i den gamle lemuriske
    • tid, så i den atlantiske tid, og så ennu en gang mot
    • slutten av den atlantiske tid. Det var tre ganger ... og
    • begynnelsen av vår tidsregning i den efteratlantiske tid.
    • fullbyrdet seg på det fysiske plan. De andre, forberedende
    • tildragelser har helt og holdent foregått i den
    • åndelige verden. De krefter som derved har utviklet seg,
    • Golgatamysteriet at denne Jesus som vokset opp som det
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    • åndsvidenskap, Goetheanum. Ingen anerkjennes som
    • han har ervervet seg det erkjennelsesgrunnlag som denne
    • en annen måte som den anerkjenner som likestillet.
    • karma komner i berøring med åndsvidenskapen, er det
    • Kristus her på jorden forenet seg med Jesu av Nasarets
    • legeme. Der skred et vesen hen over denne vår jord, om
    • hvilket vi kan si: Ved dette vesen har den kosmiske Kristus
    • stadig større forståelse for detto mysterium. Denne
    • det, og at så denne nathanske Jesus med Zarathustra-jeget
    • forberedte seg til den begivenhet som antydes ved
    • Jesus av Nasaret. Ved døden utgjød Kristus seg i den
    • seg til menneskehetens frelse: en gang i den gamle lemuriske
    • tid, så i den atlantiske tid, og så ennu en gang mot
    • slutten av den atlantiske tid. Det var tre ganger ... og
    • begynnelsen av vår tidsregning i den efteratlantiske tid.
    • fullbyrdet seg på det fysiske plan. De andre, forberedende
    • tildragelser har helt og holdent foregått i den
    • åndelige verden. De krefter som derved har utviklet seg,
    • Golgatamysteriet at denne Jesus som vokset opp som det
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  • Title: Lecture: Man's Fall and Redemption
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    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung.
    • conceived, is not complete in itself and independent, because this
    • the independent element that it now is, and bears us through the life
    • allowed to think of pre-earthly life (they were forbidden this, up to
    • life, provided such thoughts are not forbidden. A knowledge of
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    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung.
    • conceived, is not complete in itself and independent, because this
    • the independent element that it now is, and bears us through the life
    • allowed to think of pre-earthly life (they were forbidden this, up to
    • life, provided such thoughts are not forbidden. A knowledge of
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    • feeling and through thinking; fatigue is evidence that we have worn
    • when the Earth-spirits stream in again, the seeds remain hidden and
    • external evidence too for what has been said to-day? Yes, there is. In
    • Infinitely deep wisdom is everywhere in evidence here, wisdom
    • features of Egypto-Chaldean civilisation therefore come into evidence
    • from olden times without being understood. For example, the sign of
    • with German culture! No credence whatever should be given to this
    • not to be regarded as a sudden inspiration but as something
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    • feeling and through thinking; fatigue is evidence that we have worn
    • when the Earth-spirits stream in again, the seeds remain hidden and
    • external evidence too for what has been said to-day? Yes, there is. In
    • Infinitely deep wisdom is everywhere in evidence here, wisdom
    • features of Egypto-Chaldean civilisation therefore come into evidence
    • from olden times without being understood. For example, the sign of
    • with German culture! No credence whatever should be given to this
    • not to be regarded as a sudden inspiration but as something
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    • about the spirit in this area, for how could it be denied that great
    • the great botanist, Schleiden, discovered the plant cell. He was the
    • organisms’ — independent entities, ‘cells,’
    • of Fechner in battle with Schleiden, who became famous through his
    • the one between Fechner and Schleiden in the nineteenth century,
    • something plant-like that hardens and then turns to stone.
    • presuppose the following: it was once, with respect to its densest
    • hardening, turning to wood, turning to stone. Just as our skeleton
    • be a mere analogy; spiritual science, however, provides the evidence
    • facts, self-evident to spiritual science, impelled outer science
    • 1804 Sydenham Edward discovered the unusual plant called the Venus
    • more with this discovery than for Schleiden, who made such a
    • saying, ‘There the soul element is evident, manifesting in a
    • that the leaves of the plant always have the tendency to place
    • times of the day. A wonderful lawfulness and regularity is evident in
    • independent of the immediate effect of the sun is actually, through
    • the plant world and its dependence on the plant world, indirectly
    • dependent on the sun. The human being does not undergo the kinds of
    • So Schaff ich am sausenden Webstuhl der Zeit
    • Die Dinge in den Raumesweiten,
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    • about the spirit in this area, for how could it be denied that great
    • the great botanist, Schleiden, discovered the plant cell. He was the
    • organisms’ — independent entities, ‘cells,’
    • of Fechner in battle with Schleiden, who became famous through his
    • the one between Fechner and Schleiden in the nineteenth century,
    • something plant-like that hardens and then turns to stone.
    • presuppose the following: it was once, with respect to its densest
    • hardening, turning to wood, turning to stone. Just as our skeleton
    • be a mere analogy; spiritual science, however, provides the evidence
    • facts, self-evident to spiritual science, impelled outer science
    • 1804 Sydenham Edward discovered the unusual plant called the Venus
    • more with this discovery than for Schleiden, who made such a
    • saying, ‘There the soul element is evident, manifesting in a
    • that the leaves of the plant always have the tendency to place
    • times of the day. A wonderful lawfulness and regularity is evident in
    • independent of the immediate effect of the sun is actually, through
    • the plant world and its dependence on the plant world, indirectly
    • dependent on the sun. The human being does not undergo the kinds of
    • So Schaff ich am sausenden Webstuhl der Zeit
    • Die Dinge in den Raumesweiten,
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    • had their good meaning and their real value in those olden
    • In olden times,
    • childhood. At the 14th or 15th year of life, in those olden
    • Spiritual Science., For in these olden times, the moment a man
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    • widen out the souls horizon, to extend the circle of interest
    • mankind needs is, above all, this widening of the sphere of
    • — can be widened out in our time far beyond
    • widened out beyond these frontiers, — out into the
    • really underlies such a tendency as Goethe's, not to apply
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    • a customary art in certain Mysteries of olden time, to
    • in olden times not only certain places in the Heavens were
    • something quite peculiar in this correspondence of the human
    • circle to its circumference. It is a true correspondence to a
    • stand as a microcosm in the macrocosm. In those olden times,
    • more to widen out man's vision, beyond what is immediately
    • been widened in the two directions in which the sense world
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    • for what lives in the East; although it is already decadent; the
    • present state of decadence to the primeval wisdom of humanity
    • stated, this exists only in a decadent form) thus faces the
    • epoch, became Maya for the Occident, and the Maya of the Orient,
    • characteristic of the Occident is that it gained the faculty of
    • time the highest wisdom was already decadent, it was setting.
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    • present state of decadence to the primeval wisdom of humanity
    • stated, this exists only in a decadent form) thus faces the
    • epoch, became Maya for the Occident, and the Maya of the Orient,
    • characteristic of the Occident is that it gained the faculty of
    • time the highest wisdom was already decadent, it was setting.
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    • creature. He becomes hardened, as it were, within earthly
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    • creature. He becomes hardened, as it were, within earthly
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    • Through many incidents, which are not directly connected with
    • poisoning, really had some unknown inner defect, so that sudden
    • during the night after the accident. Such cases of sudden death
    • Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about his sudden
    • ascribe the contents of memory to the independent soul, as does
    • think independently of the body, of being able to think in
    • slip out of our body with our independent soul life; we go out of
    • that we have an independent soul essence and that we go out of
    • the body with this independent soul essence.
    • we leave these bodies behind so that they may exist independently
    • hold of the body when we wake up. The independent will takes hold
    • alternating connection between the independent soul which leaves
    • person not yet capable of independent spiritual vision is pushed
    • We need not deny
    • independent parts, through this fact the human being really
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    • Through many incidents, which are not directly connected with
    • poisoning, really had some unknown inner defect, so that sudden
    • during the night after the accident. Such cases of sudden death
    • Schleich's patient, the factors which brought about his sudden
    • ascribe the contents of memory to the independent soul, as does
    • think independently of the body, of being able to think in
    • slip out of our body with our independent soul life; we go out of
    • that we have an independent soul essence and that we go out of
    • the body with this independent soul essence.
    • we leave these bodies behind so that they may exist independently
    • hold of the body when we wake up. The independent will takes hold
    • alternating connection between the independent soul which leaves
    • person not yet capable of independent spiritual vision is pushed
    • We need not deny
    • independent parts, through this fact the human being really
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    • will, then we create the possibility of independence also between
    • preserving our own independent existence after death calls for
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • development, from which undefined forms first condensed
    • of meaning in history, when one sets out from occidental beliefs.
    • difference not evident? The older Theosophy warmed up the pagan
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    • preserving our own independent existence after death calls for
    • independence. I said that if we really develop freedom on earth;
    • development, from which undefined forms first condensed
    • of meaning in history, when one sets out from occidental beliefs.
    • difference not evident? The older Theosophy warmed up the pagan
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    • and Heavenly Wisdom. It appears in the original German in Erdenwissen
    • Erdenwissen und Himmelserkenntnis,
    • can be formed without much effort. This tendency to rigid
    • had completely identified itself with man. The ancient Greek no
    • undoubtedly reveals this trait, this tendency towards the
    • from a kind of alien position, as it were, to a transcendental
    • were, should not be considered as an historical coincidence. We
    • This was the tendency of our whole anthroposophical work; we did
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    • and Heavenly Wisdom. It appears in the original German in Erdenwissen
    • Erdenwissen und Himmelserkenntnis,
    • can be formed without much effort. This tendency to rigid
    • had completely identified itself with man. The ancient Greek no
    • undoubtedly reveals this trait, this tendency towards the
    • from a kind of alien position, as it were, to a transcendental
    • were, should not be considered as an historical coincidence. We
    • This was the tendency of our whole anthroposophical work; we did
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall und Spirituelle
    • Suendenerhebung, Bibliographic Nr. 220, Dornach 1978. This lecture is
    • also known as: The Widening of Man's Perception.
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung,
    • The Widening of Man's Perception.
    • The things mentioned above are facts evident to the ordinary
    • concealed to our ordinary consciousness, as deeply hidden as the
    • independent, as is the case in imagination, so that they do not
    • opposition, whereas there should at last be a progress, evident
  • Title: Lecture: Man and Cosmos
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    • Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall und Spirituelle
    • Suendenerhebung, Bibliographic Nr. 220, Dornach 1978. This lecture is
    • also known as: The Widening of Man's Perception.
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • und Spirituelle Suendenerhebung,
    • The Widening of Man's Perception.
    • The things mentioned above are facts evident to the ordinary
    • concealed to our ordinary consciousness, as deeply hidden as the
    • independent, as is the case in imagination, so that they do not
    • opposition, whereas there should at last be a progress, evident
  • Title: Lecture: The Supersensible in the Human Being and in the Universe
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    • Yet we do not always see that we lose our strength, confidence
    • much dependent on man's natural organization? If this or that
    • during those ancient times, when confidence and recognition was
    • hidden forces in the soul, which are not used in ordinary life
    • will be essentially vivified if a feeling of trust and confidence
    • sight? The cataract, which is a hardening of the crystalline
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    • Yet we do not always see that we lose our strength, confidence
    • much dependent on man's natural organization? If this or that
    • during those ancient times, when confidence and recognition was
    • hidden forces in the soul, which are not used in ordinary life
    • will be essentially vivified if a feeling of trust and confidence
    • sight? The cataract, which is a hardening of the crystalline
  • Title: Lecture: The World Development in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • within our inner self, independently of anything in the world
    • methodically it can hardly be denied that if we wish to study
    • remaining organism with comparative independence. And we come to
    • has hitherto been possible through the occidental consciousness.
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    • within our inner self, independently of anything in the world
    • methodically it can hardly be denied that if we wish to study
    • remaining organism with comparative independence. And we come to
    • has hitherto been possible through the occidental consciousness.
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    • The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
    • THE GOLDEN LEGEND
    • regions. In olden times representations of the Christian Mysteries
    • thought. But in olden times, for those who through deeper thinking,
    • all the fruits of the garden, but not of the tree — not of the
    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • remained from olden times a number of so-called Paradise Plays which
    • well- behaved youths and maidens were sought out and during this time
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    • that some wise Providence — a kindly God — rules the
    • cosmic ordering, but through the accident of meeting a possible
    • shell. Have these thoughts of the wisdom of Providence any meaning in
    • by a wise Providence but by chance? In the face of this, can there be
    • believe that a good Providence or wise cosmic ruling or anything of
    • for a meaning to the earth. That it is denied to humanity to seek in
    • as he does to-day to deny all meaning to Earth-existence. It may seem
    • world away from him, with denying its existence. Such a man might be
    • accused of denying the existence of the world. His contemporaries
    • accused him of denying God, of being an atheist, and drove him away
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    • The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
    • THE GOLDEN LEGEND
    • regions. In olden times representations of the Christian Mysteries
    • thought. But in olden times, for those who through deeper thinking,
    • all the fruits of the garden, but not of the tree — not of the
    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • remained from olden times a number of so-called Paradise Plays which
    • well- behaved youths and maidens were sought out and during this time
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    • that some wise Providence — a kindly God — rules the
    • cosmic ordering, but through the accident of meeting a possible
    • shell. Have these thoughts of the wisdom of Providence any meaning in
    • by a wise Providence but by chance? In the face of this, can there be
    • believe that a good Providence or wise cosmic ruling or anything of
    • for a meaning to the earth. That it is denied to humanity to seek in
    • as he does to-day to deny all meaning to Earth-existence. It may seem
    • world away from him, with denying its existence. Such a man might be
    • accused of denying the existence of the world. His contemporaries
    • accused him of denying God, of being an atheist, and drove him away
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • aka: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
    • The Tree of the Cross and the Golden Legend, and
    • The Golden Legend.
    • The Tree of the Cross and the Golden Legend
    • Der Baum des Kreuzes und die goldene Legende.
    • the fruits of the garden; only the fruits that grow on the Tree of
    • which there are many. It comes from olden times and is one of the
    • there is in any way a wisdom-filled providence, a beneficent God
    • thoughts of divine providence, have any meaning? Must not just such
    • everything in earthly existence is ruled not by divine providence
    • believing in any kind of beneficent providence or wise guidance of
    • allowing the world to exist, of denying the existence of the world.
    • Though one could call him a world-denier, his contemporaries called
    • him a denier of God, and they therefore chased him away from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Thought and the Secret of the Ego
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    • aka: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
    • The Tree of the Cross and the Golden Legend, and
    • The Golden Legend.
    • The Tree of the Cross and the Golden Legend
    • Der Baum des Kreuzes und die goldene Legende.
    • the fruits of the garden; only the fruits that grow on the Tree of
    • which there are many. It comes from olden times and is one of the
    • there is in any way a wisdom-filled providence, a beneficent God
    • thoughts of divine providence, have any meaning? Must not just such
    • everything in earthly existence is ruled not by divine providence
    • believing in any kind of beneficent providence or wise guidance of
    • allowing the world to exist, of denying the existence of the world.
    • Though one could call him a world-denier, his contemporaries called
    • him a denier of God, and they therefore chased him away from the
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture I
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    • with patience, and with confidence in the four descriptions
    • tendencies of the old clairvoyance. The good side of the
    • tendency, which was already perceptible in the Iranian
    • clairvoyance that had fallen into decadence, were nomadic
    • Mazdao, a golden dagger, by means of which he was to fulfil
    • golden dagger of King Djemjid, who tried to educate his
    • to redeem his decadent powers and permeate them with
    • plane. This golden dagger has, like a plough, turned the
    • which man is so proud. The golden dagger received by King
    • the golden dagger was the same being who inspired
    • into decadence. Man, however, has the hope of leading these
    • was of a spiritual nature; it has now fallen into decadence.
    • great tendencies in the world. Here are two opposing forces.
    • Iranian identified this Power with Ahura Mazdao, and he said
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture II
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    • denser etheric body, received the Sun-wisdom less directly.
    • that had become dense and fixed, and appeared old, though not
    • Therefore it was expressed in this wise: The coincidence of
    • are the method used to denote spiritual facts.
    • that incidents in the life of humanity were expressed by
    • alone and independently. The wisdom of Moses, therefore, only
    • self-dependence.
    • that it had developed an independent form of Hermetic or
    • become so decadent among certain races because it was the
    • externally decadent, as having remained behind in certain
    • was decadent worked constructively and progressively in the
    • become decadent in the Turanians, pulsated later in the blood
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    • an independent centre. In a primeval past the whole substance
    • the denser, grosser activities, remaining with the earth, the
    • between sun and earth, experienced a drying-up, hardening,
    • now in part condensed to the gaseous vapoury condition found
    • process of condensation but one of rarefication. Passing on
    • next stage, that of the ancient Moon, a further densification
    • took place, and a further rarefication, a densification, on
    • earth. Here condensation to solid matter took place for the
    • is hidden from ordinary perception. Yet, even under present
    • stage in its evolution the earth began to harden, so a time
    • correspondences were regarded with deep veneration and awe by
    • that had fallen into decadence among the Turanian peoples,
    • closely to clairvoyant knowledge; but it is dependent upon a
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture IV
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    • Deity. Abraham had to be quite certain of the identity of
    • of literary evidence and yet ignore the Talmud literature, as
    • impossible at that time to deny that Jesus Christ had lived,
    • students of the Talmud, with Jesus of Nazareth, the subject
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    • Jesus ben Pandira is not to be identified with the Jesus of
    • towards freeing the soul from its inherited tendencies and
    • inherited tendencies.
    • a man. The inherited tendencies found in these two bodies
    • order to learn of the hereditary tendencies in the physical
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture VI
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    • book could not have been written in olden times. A name did
    • was used in olden times to describe the human individuality.
    • that we learn that the Magi followed the ‘Golden
    • was suddenly confronted by his parents who could in no way
    • that the parents were greatly amazed when they suddenly
    • Such a sudden and amazing change was possible because at that
    • as names are understood to-day, is denied by all true
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    • earth in his Buddha incarnation, the independent development
    • develop independently in mankind. This fact must be
    • perception or through the external understanding dependent on
    • and etheric being, identifying himself with it, the purpose
    • where a man was dependent on those who assisted the
    • advanced upon this path; but by degrees an independent
    • complete independence, he can either sink inwards into the
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture VIII
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    • evidence of the bitterest and most marked egoism. They ought
    • life dependent upon the collegium and on those who had helped
    • be changed; this dependence had to be overcome. The seekers
    • after initiation had to grow less and less dependent on their
    • close to us that we identify ourselves with it; in fact
    • an independent being. Thus, while the word Gedulah implies
    • ‘Chokmah.’ A somewhat denser form of this quality
    • attribute that is a denser form of wisdom, and which, in
    • when the word ‘Binah’ is used. It is a denser
    • thereby indicating its denser nature.
    • out in the mystery schools of olden times, and how this life
    • obstacle encountered by the esoteric student, as is only
    • unwise tendency to occupy himself more and more with his own
    • independent of the outer world. Above all, he is now apt to
    • dependence on the outer world disturbs him, especially when
    • environment; such dependence on the outer world may aptly be
    • compared with the dependence of the finger on the hand; if
    • realize man's dependence on the outer world. Egoism
    • If only I could become independent of my environment; if only
    • ordinary man forces me to feel so bitterly my dependence on
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    • awakening of egoism, the desire to be independent of the
    • he is dependent on the outer world. Therefore he is exposed
    • is the great secret, that what was formerly hidden within the
    • following way: In the seventeenth century there was a student
    • documentary evidence forcing us to accept the fact that such
    • been proved. It is unnecessary for students of Anthroposophy
    • say: ‘Looking back into olden times we see men endowed
    • densification of the human body, which however is quite
    • within himself he grows less and less dependent on the divine
    • similar, instantly state an identity, paying no heed to the
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    • concerning incidents in the life of the Christ Jesus should
    • denser and more contracted. in those days the powers of
    • case. As the body became denser the soul lost power over it.
    • made be true, then it must have been realized in olden times
    • capacity by which they could identify the personality known
    • Matthew clearly identifies Christ Jesus as the mighty Bearer
    • tendency to deify individuals. On every hand we find
    • ventured to deny that Shabbathai Zewi was the Christ. Such a
    • denial before Shabbathai Zewi betrayed himself and was
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    • sharing the burden of his karma. This does not refer to
    • confidential conversation between Christ and His more
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    • suddenly possessed by something extraordinarily good, or
    • densification, on one hand, and sound or tone-ether as a
    • as a further densification; life-ether being added at the
    • the mouth of Zarathustra, how the secret or hidden word
    • in olden times; it is also the case to a certain extent
    • This cannot be denied, and has even been remarked on by those
    • incidents from the lives of these individuals and compares
    • to be the gardener, for she finds no resemblance to Him she
    • Vicva Karman and Ahura Mazdao to those who deny Christ
    • deny that the Christ came to us from the East? We have no
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des
    • course of human evolution. Human consciousness in olden times was of
    • personality hidden beneath the name of
    • the case in olden times; for he then entered into those intermediate
    • which there is no documentary evidence. Zarathustra himself belongs
    • them is at one time more evident, at another less. He taught how
    • to condense into simple language the doctrines which Zarathustra
    • of the whole Cosmos The Cosmos pours itself into, and densifies
    • as so far densified in man that they are physically manifest.
    • remarkable connection between the tendencies of our own time and the
    • a tendency to the mystical way. Many feel drawn towards Indian
    • occultism with its tendency towards introspection and this explains
    • teachings of Zarathustra in olden times.
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des
    • course of human evolution. Human consciousness in olden times was of
    • personality hidden beneath the name of
    • the case in olden times; for he then entered into those intermediate
    • which there is no documentary evidence. Zarathustra himself belongs
    • them is at one time more evident, at another less. He taught how
    • to condense into simple language the doctrines which Zarathustra
    • of the whole Cosmos The Cosmos pours itself into, and densifies
    • as so far densified in man that they are physically manifest.
    • remarkable connection between the tendencies of our own time and the
    • a tendency to the mystical way. Many feel drawn towards Indian
    • occultism with its tendency towards introspection and this explains
    • teachings of Zarathustra in olden times.
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des
    • slowly to the surface from hidden depths, it is perhaps of still
    • physical evidence is still available. According to external research
    • A certain very significant incident has been
    • regarded by the civilised world in general in olden times. An
    • admitting what Spiritual Science tells us, namely, that in olden
    • All that we know from olden times, even what
    • them aware, and they looked back to olden times when their
    • Priest-Sages were able, in the golden prime of Egyptian civilisation,
    • from Egyptian times by external evidence seem very strange. Various
    • existence. This spiritual essence has ‘condensed' into
    • Just as the hands of a clock are interrelated and dependent upon each
    • archetypal worlds, to the golden, holy ages of long ago. The
    • Osiris-Isis nature is now subject to the forces which have condensed
    • man's being. Thus there lives in man a hidden quality which strives
    • spirit, who is ever impelled by the hidden Isis-forces —
    • qualities of soul. He must learn to be independent of the forces in
    • only see the physical Sun by day; at night it is hidden from us by
    • of the great Solar Years denoted a stage in the waning of clairvoyant
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des
    • slowly to the surface from hidden depths, it is perhaps of still
    • physical evidence is still available. According to external research
    • A certain very significant incident has been
    • regarded by the civilised world in general in olden times. An
    • admitting what Spiritual Science tells us, namely, that in olden
    • All that we know from olden times, even what
    • them aware, and they looked back to olden times when their
    • Priest-Sages were able, in the golden prime of Egyptian civilisation,
    • from Egyptian times by external evidence seem very strange. Various
    • existence. This spiritual essence has ‘condensed' into
    • Just as the hands of a clock are interrelated and dependent upon each
    • archetypal worlds, to the golden, holy ages of long ago. The
    • Osiris-Isis nature is now subject to the forces which have condensed
    • man's being. Thus there lives in man a hidden quality which strives
    • spirit, who is ever impelled by the hidden Isis-forces —
    • qualities of soul. He must learn to be independent of the forces in
    • only see the physical Sun by day; at night it is hidden from us by
    • of the great Solar Years denoted a stage in the waning of clairvoyant
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    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
    • be so simple, but in olden times when people had knowledge of these
    • identical, that light when imprisoned creates butterflies, and that the
    • Eve, but the idea is identical, and they have not really progressed if
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    • sense organs. Such things are made evident in the case of certain
    • be so simple, but in olden times when people had knowledge of these
    • identical, that light when imprisoned creates butterflies, and that the
    • Eve, but the idea is identical, and they have not really progressed if
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    • independent as human thinking is, it could not take its course here in
    • our personality, which is fundamentally identical with the consciousness
    • That makes us independent in the spiritual world. Here on earth we are
    • independent because we are able to remember our experiences. Just think
    • what would become of your independence if in your thoughts you had
    • independent. In the spiritual world, an appreciable time before
    • body. Between going to sleep and waking his essential being widens if he
    • independent force only towards the time when the teeth change, and
    • in Golden Blade 1983
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    • independent as human thinking is, it could not take its course here in
    • our personality, which is fundamentally identical with the consciousness
    • That makes us independent in the spiritual world. Here on earth we are
    • independent because we are able to remember our experiences. Just think
    • what would become of your independence if in your thoughts you had
    • independent. In the spiritual world, an appreciable time before
    • body. Between going to sleep and waking his essential being widens if he
    • independent force only towards the time when the teeth change, and
    • in Golden Blade 1983
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    • close dependence on bodily conditions can have any existence of its own
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • absolutely dependent on bodily conditions.
    • For the very simplest people do so; and incidentally, I may say they do
    • mankind on Earth, the more evident does it become that man had a kind of
    • existence. It was accordingly easier for the men of olden times to be
    • indicated to you how in olden times before the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • power to come out of this anxiety, the power to withstand the tendency
    • physical human beings we are dependent in our soul-and-spirit on the way
    • in which this or that substance circulates in us, and this dependence is
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    • close dependence on bodily conditions can have any existence of its own
    • in consciousness in ordinary day-to-day life, show so great a dependence
    • absolutely dependent on bodily conditions.
    • For the very simplest people do so; and incidentally, I may say they do
    • mankind on Earth, the more evident does it become that man had a kind of
    • existence. It was accordingly easier for the men of olden times to be
    • indicated to you how in olden times before the Mystery of Golgotha,
    • power to come out of this anxiety, the power to withstand the tendency
    • physical human beings we are dependent in our soul-and-spirit on the way
    • in which this or that substance circulates in us, and this dependence is
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    • triumphant when Ladenburg, Professor of Chemistry at Breslau,
    • easily pass on to the less self-evident ones which we find in
    • contemplating the psychic traits of animals. It cannot be denied
    • For these are hidden nooks in the creed of these “New
    • and if he feels so, then he denies the whole basis on which he
    • elements: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, by accidental coincidence
    • possible to facts regarding which he denies his confession. He
    • the scientific tendency begins to develop logically arrive of
    • Ladenberg, Professor of Chemistry, at the last convention of
    • chemical facts; and therefore I deny chemical laws, for I do not
    • Ladenburg knows no substratum of the soul; therefore he should
    • feeling of responsibility in himself then he denies, in the
    • phenomena had vanished into the transcendental,” except
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    • triumphant when Ladenburg, Professor of Chemistry at Breslau,
    • easily pass on to the less self-evident ones which we find in
    • contemplating the psychic traits of animals. It cannot be denied
    • For these are hidden nooks in the creed of these “New
    • and if he feels so, then he denies the whole basis on which he
    • elements: carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, by accidental coincidence
    • possible to facts regarding which he denies his confession. He
    • the scientific tendency begins to develop logically arrive of
    • Ladenberg, Professor of Chemistry, at the last convention of
    • chemical facts; and therefore I deny chemical laws, for I do not
    • Ladenburg knows no substratum of the soul; therefore he should
    • feeling of responsibility in himself then he denies, in the
    • phenomena had vanished into the transcendental,” except
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen
    • independence, at least of the smallest living creatures. It
    • self-evident fact, a, triviality, for him who is capable of judging.
    • before Francesco Redi will be able to deny that there is a
    • organism, will deny that the conclusions just drawn are correct.
    • possible; it must now go on living in a hardened life
    • what has become wooden, as it were, what it has itself formed
    • self-evident from the mere definition, if it is grasped, of
    • utter that which to many appears evident from the absolute
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen
    • independence, at least of the smallest living creatures. It
    • self-evident fact, a, triviality, for him who is capable of judging.
    • before Francesco Redi will be able to deny that there is a
    • organism, will deny that the conclusions just drawn are correct.
    • possible; it must now go on living in a hardened life
    • what has become wooden, as it were, what it has itself formed
    • self-evident from the mere definition, if it is grasped, of
    • utter that which to many appears evident from the absolute
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    • The Garden City Press Limited
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    • growth ... the reader may confidently take them as representing
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    • quite different soul-life. Only when the densification of the
    • about hardening if it does not find love; it is the seducer
    • the body: the horns, densifications of the etheric system of
    • tendencies. The adversary of the Sun-Being, Christ, or the
    • to complete hardening. A sign of the Christ-adversary is
    • hidden in numbers. The abuse of spiritual forces, black
    • beast. The hardening of matter is shown to the Apocalyptist
    • those fallen away, with those who have hardened in matter on
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    • old work which is really of interest only to students of
    • the majority of men, that we have the independent source of
    • without first having any independent knowledge of
    • hardened them. The human being has grown beyond his earlier
    • hardened at an earlier stage, took on flesh earlier than was
    • some accident, should be backward least of all in memory. It
    • It is not difficult for the student of Spiritual Science to
    • the greatest Being who has trodden upon the earth, Christ
    • Personality of Christ Jesus. It is much easier to deny
    • hidden in Christianity. But man's consciousness will
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    • of the deep secrets of the Apocalypse were hidden in numbers,
    • world which previously was hidden from him. Let us imagine
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    • that Woden, Willy and Weh found a tree on the
    • sleep” are just an accident. They are no accident.
    • something existing independently, so each Cheruscan did not
    • as physically condensed when the animals already existed in
    • expanded my being over them.” He identifies himself
    • of the Priest-king with the golden girdle, with
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    • Only a confused science is able to trace jurisprudence back
    • transcendent glory, because only then will humanity
    • stars in his right hand and the seven golden candlesticks.
    • astral body. This is called the “hidden manna.”
    • transformed into the divine, is called the “hidden
    • upward tendency in which man must be enveloped. Here I come
    • he will become independent and in freedom show love towards
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    • he sees how all his deeds are evidence for leading humanity
    • for embodiment consists in a densification. Let us imagine a
    • and descend as dense substance in fleshly form. The animals
    • nothing else than human passions which condensed too early.
    • tendency to good and evil, to cleverness and stupidity, to
    • the Odyssey and the wooden horse of Troy. Such legends
    • and reveal itself all that is now hidden in the soul. Let us
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    • already condensed into gaseous, airy material. There was
    • formerly upon the Sun was merely gas has now condensed to
    • a much denser body, a watery mass. Through the sun taking
    • hand, with the Moon, which had suffered a densification
    • hidden behind all this. Certain beings always remain behind.
    • the earth gods. Deep wisdom is hidden behind these legends,
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    • a condensing process, our sun and the planets moving round it
    • a condensation of all that emerged as earth plus moon. There
    • more dense and the human beings would have stiffened into
    • not develop towards a condition of drying up, densification,
    • seen physically condensed. Man had not yet descended, nor yet
    • he densified so far that he could descend to where the earth
    • then see the correspondence between certain organs, for
    • astral which had densified from spiritual substantiality. If
    • Thus the human will was in complete correspondence with its
    • further Atlantis developed, but the mists were densest where
    • condensation of the water led to flooding, when the great
    • in the evening there is a dense fog and you cannot see the
    • which was above, he felt himself safely hidden, so to speak,
    • the night; but he felt himself dependent. Just as our finger
    • the circumstance that man became an independent being
    • what the later myths relate — Woden, Mercury, Jupiter,
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    • make itself independent of the objective forces of capital.
    • harden himself more and more in his “I.” Instead of finding
    • he were to deny that it was the spirit which has given him
    • to independence. In his astral body nestled certain spiritual
    • independence, his developing personality. It is extremely
    • not mature enough to be independent. Through the “I”-impulse
    • the impulse to independence, but he also brought the
    • Christ-event. But it is possible for man to harden himself,
    • hardened materiality.
    • will often find condensed into ten lines what, in these
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    • one hand this “I” is the cause that man hardens within
    • man his independence and his inner freedom, which in the
    • goal, the community of free and independent Egos, of Egos
    • free and independent that it need not love, is its love an
    • so independent that as an individual being in all freedom it
    • by strings of dependence if he could in any way be forced to
    • it hardens within itself, it is the tempter that plunges him
    • lignified and hardened is related to the sappy stem. These
    • the fact that it has not identified itself with what was
    • Atlantis allowed themselves to become hardened and therefore
    • tendency bears the Atlantean character. This
    • as races hardened and stiffening. After the War of All
    • movement. Everything is prepared beforehand in the hidden
    • absolutely nothing in this seventh epoch that can be hidden
    • hidden, for when the soul thinks, its thought will ring forth
    • matter will remain. They will become hardened in matter; they
    • ages that which has hardened itself in matter will be driven
    • hardens matter around itself the divine wrath. This effect of
    • have hardened the material principle in themselves have
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    • tendency to disintegrate. What is the physical body of man,
    • the densest), then the physical body develops into the
    • Atlantean epoch, when the air was filled with dense volumes
    • he is still etheric. He condenses, and absorbs mineral
    • gradually appears, just as water condenses into ice, Physical
    • imagine a body which is soft, and in it hardened parts
    • independent through the umbilical cord — by which he was
    • those who have hardened in matter have fallen away and
    • formed, so to speak, a kind of secondary planet of hardened,
    • organs of man are really densified etheric organs, they have
    • proceeded from the condensed etheric body. Let us consider
    • condensed from an etheric organ. This present human heart
    • physical body which consists of ten hardened members of the
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    • remarkable beings appear in what has condensed in matter and
    • he has risen from the abyss or escaped from decadence, when
    • consciousness we can imagine, when the soul identifies itself
    • secreted in and condensed into our world. It is as if these
    • elementary kingdoms had condensed and disappeared, so to
    • retort. This time will come. But students of Spiritual
    • astral condenses it becomes physical. Then the physical
    • astrally prepared — and then it condenses to the physical.
    • independent life upon Saturn, but higher beings permeate him
    • physical was first of all spiritual, then it became denser
    • and denser. It is the same globe simply condensed. Then a
    • Now when ma began to harden himself from the etheric into the
    • are like condensations of the corresponding parts of the
    • densification of the etheric. Just as you would think: “This
    • thinks: “man exists etherically and this condenses and
    • four group-souls, four condensations are formed. These
    • totally hidden from his vision which later was revealed. Man
    • we consider the outer human form as the condensed part of
    • four heads, the condensed etheric with four horns. We now
    • suppose a person hardened himself during our epoch against
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    • unable to exist in a dense material form — shall we say
    • in this division there is hidden an important truth, the
    • the same conditions by condensing more and more from the
    • attained a high degree of evil, of the tendency to sink into
    • this tendency will no longer be able — when that distant
    • to change this tendency into good. They will succumb to the
    • materialistic tendencies and to carry them over into the
    • there will already be very considerable tendencies in
    • the world of bad tendencies works within humanity and that
    • finished this, the tendencies of humanity to evil will have
    • forces which have the tendency to be entirely thrown
    • laity cannot understand it. This 666 was hidden; it was to
    • principle which leads man to complete hardening un the
    • the lower “I.” Thus we see that that which is hardened in
    • hidden the secret of black magic; and the tempter to black
    • which takes place between man and the hardening in matter is
    • and hence has hardened itself into the beast with the seven
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    • Providence to lead a number of men to such a frightful fate,
    • more fitting for a wise Providence to have averted this
    • is his feeling: It is extremely wise that Providence has
    • accordance with a wise Providence to give the possibility of
    • to the thought, “I thank thee, O wise Providence, that
    • almost unalterable tendency to the abyss who is already
    • nevertheless a certain tendency in the period following the
    • manifest a strong tendency towards becoming spiritual. Those
    • tendencies towards the upward movement. Through a group of
    • periods; it has acquired the tendencies of other world
    • unpurified spiritual, as the spiritual hardened in matter. An
    • worst blow they would say, “The tendency to descend into the
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    • capacity for super-consciousness. Ahriman prowls in the hidden parts
    • abstractions. If this tendency had not been checked, men would
    • Golgotha, the gradually corrupted outlook which identifies man with
    • counter-shock to this tendency was given by the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • be gladdened in the present circumstances.
    • save he that is wise and prudent and that loveth his Lord?
    • circumcision, in which they have confidence, is abolished; for He
    • of your heart; and then ye will not harden your neck. Take this
    • He saith, because we go down into the water laden with sins and
    • accidents that befall thee thou shalt receive as good, knowing
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    • tendency to look at the world from the airy viewpoint of a bird, as
    • believed that in some way or other a return can be made to the Golden
    • Age — all this has its origin in the Luciferic tendencies which
    • influence and were to develop a tendency to know each
    • he might devour.” For Ahriman really does prowl in the hidden
    • identical, though only in a limited respect, with the way in which we
    • quite definite consequence. Earthly form can be just as dependent on
    • better to do — searched the garden for two leaves absolutely
    • alike and did not find them, for there are no two identical leaves.
    • is constructed, and so is our thinking dependent upon our bodily nature.
    • spiritual, the spiritual in man, is identical with declaring, even if
    • of form. It is only a confused science that identifies similarity
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • there is no historical evidence, did indeed take place. Whoever
    • would have become increasingly hardened towards the
    • hardening of mankind, were brought under regulation by Rome. This was
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    • external historical evidence perceptible to the senses. Anyone
    • historical evidence is sought for other facts, will be unable to
    • torture, do not deny but testify that they are Christians —
    • other cases those who are tortured are accused of denying the truth;
    • a subtle observer who had already identified himself with what had
    • is also a man of independent spirit. He says to the Romans, to whom he
    • Tertullian to the Romans. He was a man of independent feeling. And
    • speaks on the one hand with the independence and freedom of
    • evidence of Christians alone, but also on that of demonic beings,
    • independent spirit, secondly as one who in man's immediate
    • other hand, the Greek outlook — though in its decadence it had
    • of denying the spirit because people would have ceased to recognise
    • world; but it is an error to identify ourselves with physical nature
    • the Resurrection, which cannot be understood independently of
    • something of the sort; they deny the Resurrection, while talking
    • as long as the intellect of the student keeps to the realm of the
    • are such that they are unintelligible to the intellect of the student
    • theology, medicine, jurisprudence, philosophy, natural science, even
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    • some place where a railway accident might have caused our death, then
    • suddenly precipitated into earthly existence, would find a very great
    • scholarship of olden times which had been drawn into the Greek
    • Jundí Sábúr was deadened, held back by retarded
    • visionary religious teaching, there was a deadening of the influence
    • that Mohammedanism was destined to deaden the Gnostic wisdom of
    • certainly in a deadened form — spread over Southern Europe and
    • tendency, as it were, the intention. And that which arises from the
    • deadening of the Gnostic wisdom of Jundí Sábúr is
    • Jundí Sábúr in its deadened form, were focused upon
    • way I have described. It is not a forbidden wisdom for man, but a
    • hidden by the fact of our looking on the flow of life between birth
    • lives upon lies. And he can really live very well on these hidden
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    • evident in the activities of the Academy of Jundí
    • independent of the Mystery of Golgotha. The Schools of Philosophy in
    • sides for later people to contemplate. At first he is quite independent
    • itself with the past, as we have seen. This tendency is what
    • Jundí Sábúr, and this is still evident in the
    • Up to the year 1827 orthodox Catholics were forbidden to accept the
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    • falls, harden or become corrupt, others show that they are strong and
    • according to the times shining light into hidden depths. When a
    • healthy way before reaching independence. But the education of
    • humanity to independence, in which the newly awoken I-force was to
    • reveal to us the spirit which strives hidden behind it and was once
    • relation of dependence on the teacher would gradually develop into
    • forth an accelerated karma; also what is gladly hidden from the self
    • tasks to a very small circle of his students, trying to guide their
    • the content of this lecture be completely independent of all those he
    • possibility exists that by verbally avowing a thing he denies it.
    • and the independence of all spiritual striving, which is an absolute
    • answer. The year 1912/1913 was overburdened with the dispute with
    • of the East” being active also in Germany. The President [A.
    • of the German section by the President of the Theosophical Society.
    • Munich, she took all this as evidence of a symbolic promise of
    • would act independently in the sense of these titles. I said at that
    • self-evident because nobody informed anything. It is self-evident
    • helpers, the burden of work fell heavily on the women. Few men were
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    • falls, harden or become corrupt, others show that they are strong and
    • according to the times shining light into hidden depths. When a
    • healthy way before reaching independence. But the education of
    • humanity to independence, in which the newly awoken I-force was to
    • reveal to us the spirit which strives hidden behind it and was once
    • relation of dependence on the teacher would gradually develop into
    • forth an accelerated karma; also what is gladly hidden from the self
    • tasks to a very small circle of his students, trying to guide their
    • the content of this lecture be completely independent of all those he
    • possibility exists that by verbally avowing a thing he denies it.
    • and the independence of all spiritual striving, which is an absolute
    • answer. The year 1912/1913 was overburdened with the dispute with
    • of the East” being active also in Germany. The President [A.
    • of the German section by the President of the Theosophical Society.
    • Munich, she took all this as evidence of a symbolic promise of
    • would act independently in the sense of these titles. I said at that
    • self-evident because nobody informed anything. It is self-evident
    • helpers, the burden of work fell heavily on the women. Few men were
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    • the human body was not so dense; this density of the physical
    • the physical body of man was condensed to air; at the same
    • condensed to water, and the astral body is incorporated
    • would be doomed to death, since it is dependent upon the ego
    • is mercilessly abandoned, for the nervous system is dependent
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • thither — heat as an independent being — and
    • which is not even condensed as far as heat. The Ego which I
    • successive stages of evolution; they form the hidden
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    • the human body was not so dense; this density of the physical
    • the physical body of man was condensed to air; at the same
    • condensed to water, and the astral body is incorporated
    • would be doomed to death, since it is dependent upon the ego
    • is mercilessly abandoned, for the nervous system is dependent
    • independently, quite by itself ... it does not exist as
    • thither — heat as an independent being — and
    • which is not even condensed as far as heat. The Ego which I
    • successive stages of evolution; they form the hidden
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    • science recognized as self-evident. But when Redi, in his
    • then it becomes self-evident and common knowledge of
    • observation that claims the genesis of a man being dependent
    • it will take its place as a self-evident truth, and the
    • confidence from these. Today we can only see that a few
    • truth. And all those who have trodden the path of this
    • through to cognition. We find him, for example, a student at
    • young student, even in those days. He therefore absorb all
    • time one book, The Golden Chain of Homer — Aurea
    • enter that world. If at anytime Goethe have been identical
    • means of entry. But Goethe never was identical with Faust in
    • student days, except that every where he sought the spirit
    • but denies all that lies behind physical appearance, the
    • something very deep. Here, in this chorus, is to be condensed
    • can see the highest in this work and in all that he condenses
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    • science recognized as self-evident. But when Redi, in his
    • then it becomes self-evident and common knowledge of
    • observation that claims the genesis of a man being dependent
    • it will take its place as a self-evident truth, and the
    • confidence from these. Today we can only see that a few
    • truth. And all those who have trodden the path of this
    • through to cognition. We find him, for example, a student at
    • young student, even in those days. He therefore absorb all
    • time one book, The Golden Chain of Homer — Aurea
    • enter that world. If at anytime Goethe have been identical
    • means of entry. But Goethe never was identical with Faust in
    • student days, except that every where he sought the spirit
    • but denies all that lies behind physical appearance, the
    • something very deep. Here, in this chorus, is to be condensed
    • can see the highest in this work and in all that he condenses
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    • self-serving Erich Friedrich Wilhelm Ludendorff didn't only have a
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    • independently of each other, each in its own way. Indeed,
    • sound common sense. Confidence in the person who does see
    • people who, within a few weeks have suddenly evolved from
    • circumstances. A person who considered Ludendorff a great
    • that will always be denied by honest individuals so long as
    • influence of this tendency to make use only of the kind of
    • person of Ludendorff. But it is precisely a considerable
    • from Ludendorff. These things, which it was naturally not
    • of Ludendorff, but this could have been known long before. I
    • Germany and of the German army. Only it was Ludendorff who
    • Ludendorff do? He summoned Ballin to him in order that Ballin
    • it is scarcely worthwhile in our time to speak. So Ludendorff
    • Kaiser's residence — of course, always at a distance
    • from the actual events, except when Ludendorff himself found
    • him. Ludendorff summoned Herr von Hintze, and reached an
    • Prince Max von Baden many weeks later. Prince Max von Baden
    • but Ludendorff explained that an armistice must be proposed
    • Prince Max von Baden did this against his earlier
    • days, Ludendorff declared that he had really blundered, and
    • how opinions become epidemic. The opinion that Hindenburg and
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    • existed a tendency — we might call it a perverse
    • tendency — to separate the so-called daily practical
    • tendencies and feelings of the modern proletariat. Like the
    • observed like a phenomenon of nature that has the tendency to
    • even the incompetence of Ludendorff and also various other
    • when interest in one's own respected personality is broadened
    • upon enjoyment as something self-evident. But enjoyment
    • remains forever in Dresden, and can be seen only by those
    • persons who are able to go to Dresden, is only a by-product
    • something self-evident. Even within our own circle, where
    • providence only in external nature, crass atheistic natural
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    • reflection. The tendency to demand an external reflection for
    • Transcendence of Coming Events.
    • direction of politics is such that this principle evidently
    • accident. Among the peoples of the East there will gradually
    • to arbitrary impulses, and more or less accidentally. I beg
    • can gradually come into existence between their own decadent
    • from birth to death, progresses in a manner identical with
    • confidence among men in a profound inner sense is what must
    • attacked. I do not deny that a different hypothesis might
    • by means of a sudden invasion toward the West through Belgium
    • convincing evidence that the British Government was not in
    • attaches to this evidence. You can get under the surface of
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    • we might even say, as he would ardently desire not to be; he
    • subconsciousness the tendency to be put to sleep by the other
    • not in the process of becoming evidences an imperfection.
    • that the subconscious simply has a tendency actually to
    • in our subconscious, which has the tendency to judge human
    • bring about its own destruction. The tendency of democracy is
    • socialization is not possible, as is evident on the basis of
    • identify your objection to these secret societies with the
    • yet much evidence of any such delving. For example, people
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    • shaping of life, this fifth post-Atlantean epoch is dependent
    • embryonic period — a resemblance, not an identity. In a
    • birth — again similar, not identical. While we rest as
    • only “similar” but not “identical.”
    • illness, but in our fifth epoch life is identical with a
    • then become evident to you and that is how little reason a
    • egotistically, but lead us to broaden our views to include
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    • dependent upon a definite class of men, thus constituting a
    • is dependent upon the situation in which he finds himself
    • — and he has been dependent for three or four
    • this world revolution, it is simply evidence of his complete
    • and it can suppress other tendencies. The other tendencies,
    • to which I attribute also, as I said to you, jurisprudence
    • nothing to do with the matter, he will deny that the politics
    • through decadence. In other words, that man existed first and
    • decadence. This is just as correct. The situation in which a
    • themselves, thus denying their own potentiality, when they
    • politics, are dependent upon the degree to which they please
    • have done has been dependent upon this. At certain times they
    • different. Their politics are dependent upon the manner in
    • German-speaking population. They are dependent upon the
    • French or the Italian is dependent upon how they please; the
    • dependent upon the manner in which they fail to please. If
    • prominently among it, the Russian people are dependent upon
    • other person is dependent upon the seer, but he is also
    • simply not identical in their natures over the whole earth,
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    • Towards a maiden was his heart aglow,
    • Of yonder maiden. Till Eros, alas,
    • the world. It would be a denial of our humanity and a betrayal
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    • Towards a maiden was his heart aglow,
    • Of yonder maiden. Till Eros, alas,
    • the world. It would be a denial of our humanity and a betrayal
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    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen des Daseins.
    • Antworten der Geisteswissenschaft auf den Grossen Fragen
    • in this connection an incident which is perfectly true and
    • perfectly true incident. The clergy had to submit their books
    • two incidents, we can see how greatly Aristotle was
    • heart. The meaning of this statement is hidden. We can only
    • suddenly heard a most extraordinary exclamation from Natter,
    • who was a very genial spirit. Natter sprang suddenly to his
    • once how extra ordinary this conception is. If a student
    • limit the human mind to observation because he denied the
    • independent existence”. These beings, which recognise
    • their own independence, he terms Monads. By a Monad, he means
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    • a rule, they know little more about him than the one incident
    • to your remembrance an incident which Goethe relates himself.
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    • in this connection an incident which is perfectly true and
    • perfectly true incident. The clergy had to submit their books
    • two incidents, we can see how greatly Aristotle was
    • heart. The meaning of this statement is hidden. We can only
    • suddenly heard a most extraordinary exclamation from Natter,
    • who was a very genial spirit. Natter sprang suddenly to his
    • once how extra ordinary this conception is. If a student
    • limit the human mind to observation because he denied the
    • independent existence”. These beings, which recognise
    • their own independence, he terms Monads. By a Monad, he means
    • Euden composita ordine, etaedem
    • a rule, they know little more about him than the one incident
    • to your remembrance an incident which Goethe relates himself.
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    • a human being, all the sciences and schools of thought deny the
    • Old Testament it is forbidden to have intercourse with the
    • sudden brightness of daylight is disturbing. In the cities, of
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    • remarkable has been the tendency in the development of these
    • more striking tendencies, — as we might call them
    • evidence of paleontology and other archaeological records
    • concealed solely because the students only attend the
    • effect: “If any of my students now preparing for his
    • is really the outcome of a tendency inherent in facts, to
    • the present day. It denotes the most absolute unbelief in the
    • in the objects. On the other hand they cannot deny that, if
    • and that there is no such thing as a soul-nature independent
    • boldly affirm that it is evident to any unprejudiced observer
    • path was not like that trodden by so many to-day, who start
    • take an interest in the tendency of ordinary learning and
    • Goethe's correspondence knows that he exchanged letters with
    • an incident of no great importance, but at the same time we
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    • remarkable has been the tendency in the development of these
    • more striking tendencies, — as we might call them
    • evidence of paleontology and other archaeological records
    • concealed solely because the students only attend the
    • effect: “If any of my students now preparing for his
    • is really the outcome of a tendency inherent in facts, to
    • the present day. It denotes the most absolute unbelief in the
    • in the objects. On the other hand they cannot deny that, if
    • and that there is no such thing as a soul-nature independent
    • boldly affirm that it is evident to any unprejudiced observer
    • path was not like that trodden by so many to-day, who start
    • take an interest in the tendency of ordinary learning and
    • Goethe's correspondence knows that he exchanged letters with
    • an incident of no great importance, but at the same time we
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    • occasion with protestantism. The vesture is accidental: the
    • recognises something dependent on the individuality, and
    • incidental. One appears empty to oneself, as nothing,
    • abundant confidence in which those things we have discussed
    • remains a confidence for the human soul which longs for
    • confidence, and trust can be kindled to-day. Even in such a
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    • recognises something dependent on the individuality, and
    • incidental. One appears empty to oneself, as nothing,
    • abundant confidence in which those things we have discussed
    • remains a confidence for the human soul which longs for
    • confidence, and trust can be kindled to-day. Even in such a
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    • very opposite tendency — that of selecting the worst, the
    • Such experiences, they say, abiding in the hidden depths of the
    • and thinks and wills is not the entire life of the soul. In hidden
    • and blood, from the hidden animal nature, and rising from the
    • we cannot even deny that these things are apparently confirmed
    • hidden depths — from the mysterious depth of the
    • Psycho-analytic school we have the evidence, how modern
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    • very opposite tendency — that of selecting the worst, the
    • Such experiences, they say, abiding in the hidden depths of the
    • and thinks and wills is not the entire life of the soul. In hidden
    • and blood, from the hidden animal nature, and rising from the
    • we cannot even deny that these things are apparently confirmed
    • hidden depths — from the mysterious depth of the
    • Psycho-analytic school we have the evidence, how modern
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    • criticise and denounce the mechanical qualities of our age, is
    • Max Eyth much that lies deeply hidden in the old
    • first President of the Theosophical Society, Colonel Olcott.
    • All this is hidden in Max Eyth's descriptions. For he was in
    • sphere of jurisprudence.
    • several stages in the career of jurisprudence,
    • prejudice, but is even forbidden by the law. It is difficult
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    • criticise and denounce the mechanical qualities of our age, is
    • Max Eyth much that lies deeply hidden in the old
    • first President of the Theosophical Society, Colonel Olcott.
    • All this is hidden in Max Eyth's descriptions. For he was in
    • sphere of jurisprudence.
    • several stages in the career of jurisprudence,
    • prejudice, but is even forbidden by the law. It is difficult
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    • inherited tendencies too. In the human being at this time of
    • harbour are we steering? What is the tendency and ultimate goal
    • little more hidden, people do not see through it. If plenty of
    • tendency.
    • was repeated. Evidently, in 1913, the attempted assassination
    • brewed in unclean, hidden waves beneath. Some men will begin to
    • the path which is being trodden by that civilisation of Europe
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    • inherited tendencies too. In the human being at this time of
    • harbour are we steering? What is the tendency and ultimate goal
    • little more hidden, people do not see through it. If plenty of
    • tendency.
    • was repeated. Evidently, in 1913, the attempted assassination
    • brewed in unclean, hidden waves beneath. Some men will begin to
    • the path which is being trodden by that civilisation of Europe
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    • fail to see that it is a hidden egoism on the part of men to
    • tendency of men to-day for every one to worship his own God.
    • Underlying it is a hidden egoism, which men will not confess.
    • at hand for him to deny God altogether, that is to say, to deny
    • his Angel. And this denial is always connected with the
    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • hidden connection. In their arrogance and egoism the
    • tendency to materialism arises in the human soul. Underlying it
    • the Time-Spirits. These relations lie very far in the hidden
    • beginnings of those cosmic burdens with which he loads
    • a decadence which goes so far as to attack even the
    • his word. Hence you may estimate that in those olden times
    • they did in those olden times. For we are bound to speak in
    • suggestive power. In olden times a power of human community
    • that in those olden times there could be certain words and
    • real. For in those olden times it was so: every sequence of
    • of olden time had learned to think. Indeed, in olden time
    • of that rarefication and condensation of air which came about
    • negative superstition is to deny them where they are. In the
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    • fail to see that it is a hidden egoism on the part of men to
    • tendency of men to-day for every one to worship his own God.
    • Underlying it is a hidden egoism, which men will not confess.
    • at hand for him to deny God altogether, that is to say, to deny
    • his Angel. And this denial is always connected with the
    • denial of the true human Ego, of which I showed you an example
    • hidden connection. In their arrogance and egoism the
    • tendency to materialism arises in the human soul. Underlying it
    • the Time-Spirits. These relations lie very far in the hidden
    • beginnings of those cosmic burdens with which he loads
    • a decadence which goes so far as to attack even the
    • his word. Hence you may estimate that in those olden times
    • they did in those olden times. For we are bound to speak in
    • suggestive power. In olden times a power of human community
    • that in those olden times there could be certain words and
    • real. For in those olden times it was so: every sequence of
    • of olden time had learned to think. Indeed, in olden time
    • of that rarefication and condensation of air which came about
    • negative superstition is to deny them where they are. In the
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    • Wie Kann die Menschheit den Christus Wiederfinden?
    • no one who earnestly reflects upon things could deny that these
    • two events, these earthly events of human life, give evidence
    • the contrary, spiritual divine Powers intervene, as is evident
    • soul?” Alas, this thought is often a heavy burden in
    • world, you direct your look with the power of inner confidence
    • thought. Man is evolving; it would be wrong to deny this
    • so that we may always find strength, comfort, confidence, and
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    • Wie Kann die Menschheit den Christus Wiederfinden?
    • no one who earnestly reflects upon things could deny that these
    • two events, these earthly events of human life, give evidence
    • the contrary, spiritual divine Powers intervene, as is evident
    • soul?” Alas, this thought is often a heavy burden in
    • world, you direct your look with the power of inner confidence
    • thought. Man is evolving; it would be wrong to deny this
    • so that we may always find strength, comfort, confidence, and
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    • Unravel all the wonders hidden here:
    • given in the three lower bodies: deaden it, not out of a desire
    • It is entwined by blooming, clusters dense,
    • The portal opes, and he is bidden welcome
    • Its burdens, pleasures and its anxious quest,
    • Fulfilment is denied to my desire.
    • The wondrous paths that Providence has led
    • In him I scarce as virtue may denote
    • With duties burdening his leisure hours;
    • He bore the burden of his parents' word
    • While of a sudden all his sternness vanished,
    • The name of him whom Providence has chosen
    • And he shall gladden us for many weeks
    • Preoccupied by many hidden things:
    • in a dream, rejuvenated mankind float through the garden in the
    • Is fleeting through the garden's winding ways;
    • The white resplendent garments which they wear,
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    • Unravel all the wonders hidden here:
    • given in the three lower bodies: deaden it, not out of a desire
    • It is entwined by blooming, clusters dense,
    • The portal opes, and he is bidden welcome
    • Its burdens, pleasures and its anxious quest,
    • Fulfilment is denied to my desire.
    • The wondrous paths that Providence has led
    • In him I scarce as virtue may denote
    • With duties burdening his leisure hours;
    • He bore the burden of his parents' word
    • While of a sudden all his sternness vanished,
    • The name of him whom Providence has chosen
    • And he shall gladden us for many weeks
    • Preoccupied by many hidden things:
    • in a dream, rejuvenated mankind float through the garden in the
    • Is fleeting through the garden's winding ways;
    • The white resplendent garments which they wear,
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    • vision of karma: a reality of consciousness for men of olden time.
    • Steiner's own geometry teacher. Lord Byron. Voltaire. Swedenborg.
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    • influences which make them deny the reality of the Spiritual.
    • clearer and clearer evidence in the physical world and their
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    • Impulse in many things where there is at first no evidence of it. But
    • for all that, it cannot be denied that there are elements in our
    • time, working through many hidden channels, it had a profound effect
    • was the natural tendency of Haroun al Raschid and his Counsellor to
    • Aristotelianism. His passionate antagonism is so clearly in evidence
    • evidence of rebellion against Aristotelianism. How is this to be
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    • Spiritual Soul into the evolution of humanity. In olden,
    • example of how in olden time men sought the Cosmic Intelligence in a
    • the denser spirit-beings of the air. Again, when the rain ceases and
    • attainment is dependent upon some essential and fundamental
    • it must be remembered that in olden time men did not claim a personal
    • olden times, lasting on into the age when the Mystery of Golgotha
    • School of Chartres. To the modern student these writings seem
    • in olden days, while, on the other, a vista was opened into the
    • preliminary conditions and antecedents, makes the Anthroposophical
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    • The vision of karma: a reality of consciousness for men of olden time.
    • considered normal to-day. In olden times, moreover during the earlier
    • fact that in olden times a vision of karma was a reality of
    • dreamless between falling asleep and awakening were suddenly to
    • consciousness in olden times, namely knowledge of the super-sensible
    • means, in other words: When we picture to ourselves how in olden
    • when it shall be even so. As truly as a man of olden time, on
    • For it is after all what everyone is bound to say if he denies to the
    • of the mountains, whole worlds of elemental beings lying hidden in
    • vision. If however we can discern them, the horizon is widened and
    • o'er” by the authority-ridden knowledge that holds the ground
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    • Steiner's own geometry teacher. Lord Byron. Voltaire. Swedenborg.
    • sometimes quite suddenly in history, shooting in as it were like
    • attention to quite an incidental peculiarity that made a strong
    • for example, the case of Swedenborg, who appears in such a
    • Swedenborg is a very remarkable figure. Until he was more than 40
    • his fortieth year Swedenborg had anything whatever to do with
    • sudden, he began — as the scientists put it — to go
    • Swedenborg's life, shooting in like a comet.
    • that sprang from two main sources — one already in decadence
    • of integrity, yet at the same time his genuine and ardent enthusiasm
    • appeared again in the soul of Emanuel Swedenborg.
    • Swedenborg. He became the spirit of Emanuel Swedenborg, and since
    • of Ignatius Loyola, now the soul of Swedenborg, entered an organism
    • body. With these sound and healthy organisations Swedenborg grew to
    • whom I have spoken. During the first forty years of Swedenborg's life
    • speaks through Emanuel Swedenborg, in all the spiritual knowledge he
    • Swedenborg we have a man of genius, who gives us brilliant and
    • earth-life to earth-life is hidden deep, deep down below all that is
    • may be hidden that which flows in karma from earth-life to
    • all. Only by investigating these hidden factors shall we arrive at
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    • who knew, even though in a somewhat decadent way, something of what
    • all civilised life must fall into decadence if the spirituality of
    • upwards. If such souls are not found, decadence will continue
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    • friend of many years and the President here, and I should like now to
    • over the Presidency. I came to the conclusion that it was necessary
    • the Presidency of the Anthroposophical Society. Vis-à-vis
    • it be the Presidency of the Anthroposophical Society — with the
    • President of the Society, the Anthroposophical Movement has become
    • identical with the Anthroposophical Society.
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    • when symptoms of disruption are so strongly in evidence in the world.
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    • people or nation has its particular etheric aura which is dependent
    • is suddenly detached and forms a new nation, e.g. the Dutch detached
    • man at age of twenty to twenty-one. Reason for man's dependence
    • Germanic peoples. In Europe many Folk Souls acting independently:
    • jurisprudence; Italy and Southern Spain subject to Sentient Soul,
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    • since to provide the necessary evidence and proof for my statements
    • man’ is one who is able to identify himself with the great laws
    • Folk Spirits who, by drawing upon the hidden roots and the spirit of
    • find to be identical with the conception of the Folk Spirit and which
    • body, the densest and most material member, is transmitted into Atma
    • independently of his physical body, activities which are denied to
    • we shall have more and more concrete evidence in the following
    • Being, who is three stages above man. It conceals the identity of the
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    • hand some visible indication, some tangible evidence, some kind of
    • research find evidence for the existence of the etheric body of these
    • Denmark or Germany. Just as every man has his own etheric body, so a
    • to sudden transformations which may even have their source in
    • the external world is dependent upon this etheric aura, upon which
    • discoveries. I could quote innumerable cases of the coincidence of
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    • members of the inner being of man independently of each other, we
    • from external experience. Picture, for example, the wooden or
    • this it is evident that man can arrive at knowledge purely from
    • were dependent upon our sense perceptions of the external world. In
    • ideas have continually arisen and how new sources of hidden knowledge
    • in higher realms. The vision of these higher realms is denied the
    • of the same nature, it is not identical with the human ‘I’.
    • resembles the sudden ideas that flash into our consciousness —
    • feels to be independent of him and for which he is not directly
    • evidence of the severance survives save an atmosphere of bustling
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    • consequence man has become more dependent upon the Earth than he
    • would otherwise have been; he has become dependent on the locality
    • he becomes dependent upon the locality of his birth, he unites with
    • north, south, east or west. But because he has become dependent on
    • — the incidence of the sun's rays, the proximity of the
    • wholly dependent upon the environmental conditions of his birthplace.
    • He becomes wholly identified with his native soil through his close
    • not only dependent on the locality of his birth, but that the
    • Atlantean epoch, for example, man was directly dependent upon his
    • increasingly independent of a particular locality.
    • of Form he is dependent upon the particular locality in which he
    • the human organism so that man becomes dependent upon the soil of a
    • are completely dependent on these forces’ so that the
    • about to say, it only refers to man in so far as he is dependent upon
    • deshalb, weil es den Europäern gefallen hat, ist die
    • dependent to a large extent upon the abnormal forces and Beings of
    • and also that, to a certain extent, the tendency of civilization is
    • forces of youth, but is given over to the hardening forces of old
    • astronomy and in all fields which are independent of the rejuvenating
    • deny this necessity is pointless; it serves only to put obstacles in
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    • describe objectively. So long as one has the slightest tendency to
    • specific task to fulfil. We may confidently affirm that each of the
    • correspondence between the elements of thinking, feeling and willing
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    • say is to be taken as footnote or addendum to the lectures on the
    • of Form to act independently. These are the same spiritual Beings who
    • that way to the particular national tendency within the racial
    • evident in the decline of this race. In a race such as this
    • evidence of what we have already indicated. It runs somewhat as
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    • second instance is of particular interest to students of Spiritual
    • inspirations. The hidden sanctuary for those who were initiated into
    • of liberty, each acting independently and who therefore made it
    • to a higher stage. But this does not exclude a tendency or
    • tendency, so there emerges under the guidance of this Time Spirit of
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    • At one time there must have been identical understanding of the
    • general tendency today to embark on the study of comparative
    • insight into the hidden workings of that world. Now imagine
    • their ego awoke, they were no longer dependent upon the ego in order
    • olden times was thought to be much more closely related to language
    • life, in the hidden recesses of the soul as I pointed out in the last
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    • identity and seek union with the Absolute. In Europe this human ‘I’
    • original innate tendencies and with its progressive development in
    • to become a free and independent being, to be fired with enthusiasm
    • Luciferic influence can be found there. You will find evidence for
    • undeniably present in all traditions associated with the Bible. But
    • independence, he sensed not merely the possibility of evil, but, in
    • freedom and independence, he felt above all the aspiration to
    • his external form and pigmentation and made him an independent,
    • solid and reliant and is determined to act independently. Nordic man
    • reality, he saw that the thoughts of the freedom and independence of
    • consequence of the tendency to falsehood which is active there. The
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    • incarnated suddenly on the physical plane before the birth of the
    • relationships. They were the founders of civil law and jurisprudence
    • that it can only be understood by students of Spiritual Science
    • one suddenly senses the first stirrings of a later development. It is
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    • a golden thread running through the last few lectures was the idea
    • after the hardening forces of the Moon had left the Earth endeavoured
    • descent of the psycho-spiritual beings who in olden time had risen to
    • the Germanic North had within him this tendency, and thanks to this
    • tendency he is particularly fitted to understand modern Spiritual
    • the pioneers of the Christ-vision will be denounced as fools on
    • function in olden times was to develop man's capacities to a
    • than the tendency to cling to the old clairvoyance which has not been
    • should arise a tendency to all sorts of confused, chaotic
    • clairvoyance which is denied this prerogative. These dark and
    • have no wish to introduce Orientalism and Occidentalism into what we
    • independent of all tradition and authority.
    • nothing on authority. The best students of Spiritual Science are
    • Orientalism nor Occidentalism; both appeal to him equally. The inner
    • prevail in the West, or vice versa, that would be a complete denial
    • this, the better students of Spiritual Science we shall be. On this
    • intention. Irrespective of where we students of Spiritual Science
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    • incident which may throw light upon our aims, for day-to-day
    • at present is a slow trickle, sees how the stream will widen. I
    • been taken along that golden middle road between ancient occultism
    • and modern, but decadent, science, and that this beautiful and
    • hidden guest, as a comrade in arms, has shown itself to be true by
    • and more absorbed in a way by the tendencies represented in the three
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    • take their course in complete independence. Despite their apparent
    • mythology has its correspondence in what we are bringing to light
    • when we reflect that by representing the force hidden in the depths
    • its organisation of muscle and bone, is substantially denser, more
    • denser, it can also hold fast the clairvoyant forces in the
    • densification of the human body. And when the ancient Greek feels the
    • old, more delicate, rarefied body becoming denser, it is because he
    • hold over man; he densified the human body and in doing so abducted
    • Persephone. This densification went on right into the physical body.
    • consciousness, but which was self-evident, impelling the soul. And it
    • by the now denser human body so that these clairvoyant forces could
    • became denser and denser, as it became transformed, what happened to
    • yesterday. What is it that makes the denser human body fresh and
    • of Persephone, Demeter appears before us denuded of her original
    • hidden deep within the Eleusinian drama, so deeply hidden that no
    • body and the astral body; our innermost, our ego, is hidden within
    • factor. It is the ether body which has made the physical body denser,
    • the ether body makes the physical body definitely denser, more
    • present day, we see that through having become denser it has come
    • particular have become quite different. In olden times what we call
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    • to speak of the physical body, the densest part of the human being.
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    • environment. What radiates into us from without, the golden rays of
    • and in a way, independent guidance of humanity — the third, the
    • gods’. In the language of olden time ‘the gods’
    • wholly dependent upon earthly conditions of existence; and only
    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • civilisation. These two tendencies intermingle in our time. We can
    • it could never condense to the physical in a body of flesh. Today
    • make them free and independent for evolution that is to come in the
    • space which he came to identify by observing clairvoyantly the
    • independently of those bodies— just as Lucifer became
    • independent of his body and continues to work in our Earth evolution.
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    • trodden by those who patiently wind their way through the labyrinth
    • looking upon this denizen of Atlantis who was Zeus ... such an
    • larger, it broadens out, it is in fact the macrocosmic counterpart of
    • tendency to arouse all the forces in the human soul leading towards
    • independent ego added to the Zeus forces. The independent ego first
    • him on the Earth. And that is what the man who lived in olden times
    • have within me Persephone.’ In olden times man could not yet
    • and Zeus. In olden times, forces in earthly life which further the
    • was already intellectual. Only the oldest times still bear evidence
    • recollection upon those olden times, and said to himself: ‘At
    • outside the physical body, a time when the soul was independent of
    • nur der vermag zurecht zu finden sich
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    • only, in ourselves. The egos of all other men are hidden from us
    • formerly belonged, denser matter than had been theirs formerly had
    • taken into himself the denser matter, he would not have been able to
    • that it is also dependent upon forces which come from quite another
    • training, suddenly, in a moment, there were to stand before him,
    • minerals, plants and animals, suddenly the world of old Atlantis were
    • suddenly confronted by it. But the ancient Greek felt this too. That
    • Hidden somewhere or
    • anything but decadent. But in the strata of human spiritual life, in
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    • it cannot and should not be denied, but it is relatively unimportant.
    • organisation. What becomes evident through the work of the brain is
    • this activity may become evident to the human being himself, in order
    • German for what is indicated in an abstract way by geboren werden
    • werden but by saying: Der Mensch ist jung geworden (the
    • we find this phrase: im Nebellande jung geworden.
    • what is outspread in the world, condenses it. One day there will be a
    • Now as students of
    • condensed’.
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    • up this treasure, we must lift it out of the hidden depths into our
    • left to us — confidence in our own soul. If the soul patiently
    • from this confidence in ourselves, from this trust which grows in us
    • incurred towards them, we feel that we have a heavy burden of debt to
    • that there is a treasure hidden in the depths of our soul of which
    • condensing little by little to the physical. That has to be borne in
    • where it was densest, still only in etheric form; that is to say, the
    • such that when they condensed in accordance with their own nature
    • his Lemurian development, his densest body was still an etheric one.
    • Condensation to the physical body only began from the Lemurian time
    • forces had the tendency to condense, so that little by little the
    • physical form. But had the forces of the physical body condensed in
    • the etheric body before Lemuria, and which then condensed in such a
    • body, has little by little reached physical densification. Just as,
    • have an inherent tendency to condense to this physical organic
    • and the heart mean to us? They are the ether-world condensed, they
    • are the densified forces of the etheric world! Now from the moment
    • these forces reached the degree of density manifested today by the
    • of Earth evolution is not only that this densification took place,
    • Moon condensed to such an organic system, not only that what was in
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    • densification of the body is taking place in the human organisation.
    • what was to crystallise out later as the denser man; and it has taken
    • the densification.
    • one could say that every feather has the tendency to become a hair,
    • the feather from all sides; and every hair has the tendency to become
    • the densification of this Phantom the influences named in
    • the Old Sun. We know from Spiritual Science that the condensation of
    • the Old Sun condensed to air or gas. If we gaze up into space, gaze
    • also a globe of gas, it is condensed to the state of air. The sun
    • would never have condensed to the state of air had not the Being of
    • was in olden times still visible was copied in men's clothing.
    • olden times, though not so very long ago, the colours of these auras
    • super-sensible knowledge. He suddenly becomes aware: ‘The
    • faint-hearted, impotent, that he should find that confidence to
    • and confidence bring the soul through each trial, for these qualities
    • some time, believing him to be what he seemed to be, we were suddenly
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    • has an impulse to struggle for a knowledge beyond what is evident to
    • hidden from him, so that he may achieve true harmony with the world.
    • creations of Greek knowledge were far more densely packed with true
    • independent, to stand entirely alone with his own ego. He has had to
    • then we do not come to a vacuum, we come rather to a condensed
    • they form a dense mass; and it is into this dense mass that he first
    • there is the danger of coming into denser and denser regions, which
    • we ourselves have condensed through our impulses, desires and
    • into ourselves we are confronted as it were by the density of our
    • predisposition of the brain? It is not the natural tendency of the
    • has no independence. It is no wonder that what we can gain from this
    • in the right way, so that we can look, upon it in its independence,
    • But we must also have confidence that we shall advance through these
    • confidence that the human soul is meant to bear aloft her divine self
    • lie hidden the ‘world-wonders’; wonder comes upon her as
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    • there making us feel that they emerge suddenly out of dark depths of
    • history of man. On closer observation it becomes evident that such a
    • the human soul must experience. How clearly evident this is in a spirit
    • of humanity shows evidence of a division, a mighty incision. Into this
    • down everything that crosses his path. The historian evidently has the
    • early student days in Perugia, but we see it's still more intensely
    • gaze at the golden gleaming morning sunrise, — and especially
    • the golden radiance arises before our soul the sense image of what it
    • natural feeling may arise before the world-famous picture in Dresden.
    • August, Duke of Weimar, the friend of Goethe, after a visit to Dresden:
    • Christ. We cannot conceive that Raphael's soul burst forth suddenly
    • of Greek culture that were unearthed in the hidden manuscripts. Raphael's
    • connection to quote one of the so-called “Golden sayings”
    • but sudden leaps are quite obvious. So too is it in the spiritual life
    • hidden, was made visible again to the eyes of man in the works of Art
    • this Greek culture, hidden from the eyes of men and from souls who did
    • to the surface. Hidden, outwardly from the senses, inwardly from the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • there making us feel that they emerge suddenly out of dark depths of
    • history of man. On closer observation it becomes evident that such a
    • the human soul must experience. How clearly evident this is in a spirit
    • of humanity shows evidence of a division, a mighty incision. Into this
    • down everything that crosses his path. The historian evidently has the
    • early student days in Perugia, but we see it's still more intensely
    • gaze at the golden gleaming morning sunrise, — and especially
    • the golden radiance arises before our soul the sense image of what it
    • natural feeling may arise before the world-famous picture in Dresden.
    • August, Duke of Weimar, the friend of Goethe, after a visit to Dresden:
    • Christ. We cannot conceive that Raphael's soul burst forth suddenly
    • of Greek culture that were unearthed in the hidden manuscripts. Raphael's
    • connection to quote one of the so-called “Golden sayings”
    • but sudden leaps are quite obvious. So too is it in the spiritual life
    • hidden, was made visible again to the eyes of man in the works of Art
    • this Greek culture, hidden from the eyes of men and from souls who did
    • to the surface. Hidden, outwardly from the senses, inwardly from the
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    • we may say that gradually it became impossible to deny that something
    • mathematical ability is principally dependent on three channels situated
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • consisting of 10 and even 12 figures. Suddenly he became restless. He
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    • we may say that gradually it became impossible to deny that something
    • mathematical ability is principally dependent on three channels situated
    • to express it quite independently through its soul life. But the
    • consisting of 10 and even 12 figures. Suddenly he became restless. He
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • Die Geistige Wesenheiten in den Himmelskoerpern und Naturreichen.
    • Die Geistige Wesenheiten in den Himmelskoerpern und Naturreichen.
    • interest is self-evident and universally human. Yet these epics set
    • before our souls! For many, not only professional students, but even
    • student of the Iliad and the national poems, there was something which
    • developed, are hidden. More deeply did those forces which were not imagination
    • but clairvoyant powers, penetrate into the hidden forces of existence,
    • remained a dependent being who would only have felt himself as a vessel,
    • use of intellect and reason. Man has become more independent by the
    • as an independent ego-being, but in which the Gods, super-sensible, spiritual
    • an age in which from the depths of the human soul hidden forces which
    • that which is so often denied to-day, independent of the sensible, external
    • body, so that man, when he is independent of his body lives not in an
    • hidden facts of Nature. In so far as the soul perceives these forces
    • perceive when he is independent of himself, of the etheric body, and
    • long before hardened — developed out of what we encounter to-day
    • sang in olden times, is alluded to in the representation as if it were
    • “Falsches sagen die gewisslich and befinden
    • unsere schönen Saitenspiele, aus den Kinnbacken des Hechtes,
    • and dass Saiten er gesponne aus den Schweif des Hiisi-Rosses; sie
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    • Die Geistige Wesenheiten in den Himmelskoerpern und Naturreichen.
    • Die Geistige Wesenheiten in den Himmelskoerpern und Naturreichen.
    • interest is self-evident and universally human. Yet these epics set
    • before our souls! For many, not only professional students, but even
    • student of the Iliad and the national poems, there was something which
    • developed, are hidden. More deeply did those forces which were not imagination
    • but clairvoyant powers, penetrate into the hidden forces of existence,
    • remained a dependent being who would only have felt himself as a vessel,
    • use of intellect and reason. Man has become more independent by the
    • as an independent ego-being, but in which the Gods, super-sensible, spiritual
    • an age in which from the depths of the human soul hidden forces which
    • that which is so often denied to-day, independent of the sensible, external
    • body, so that man, when he is independent of his body lives not in an
    • hidden facts of Nature. In so far as the soul perceives these forces
    • perceive when he is independent of himself, of the etheric body, and
    • long before hardened — developed out of what we encounter to-day
    • sang in olden times, is alluded to in the representation as if it were
    • “Falsches sagen die gewisslich and befinden
    • unsere schönen Saitenspiele, aus den Kinnbacken des Hechtes,
    • and dass Saiten er gesponne aus den Schweif des Hiisi-Rosses; sie
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    • The Garden City Press Limited
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    • has a solid core, hidden below its visible outer surface, which in
    • its tendency, as I have said, is to assume a spherical form, with
    • a tendency to contain warmth in some degree: the air is permeated with
    • looking at the sulphur-process. When we consider the tendency of
    • the tendency for the hydrosphere to assume a spherical shape
    • the internal tendency to salt-formation; besides this we have the
    • you see, the tendency which reaches its
    • quicksilver — has the inner tendency to shape itself
    • spherically. We can see this inner tendency everywhere. And because
    • spiritualised salt, activates everywhere this tendency towards
    • Earth's surface not only the tendency to absorb the spirit and
    • to reinvigorate itself, but the tendency also to transform the
    • tendency is apparent to spiritual vision
    • we have the second tendency; here the
    • mostly Moon when deep winter prevails; this tendency of the Earth to
    • through the salt-tendency — that is, the Moon tendency —
    • condensed into the Sun resting on Mary's arm: the Jesus-child. And
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    • that part of man, his etheric nature, which is not dependent on
    • shell of this kind, wherein they, densified through the etheric
    • and thus condense themselves from an astral to an etheric condition,
    • dissolve humanity into the Earth, will contrive at least to harden
    • organism. For Ahriman hardens man, while Lucifer wishes to dissolve
  • Title: Four Seasons/Archangels: Lecture IV: The St. John Imagination
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    • sunlight, densifying into a glory of gold. One has the
    • golden sunshine and then shines forth inwardly as a silver-sparkling
    • radiance within the golden folds? Where does Michael acquire
    • below, he feels himself united with the tendency to fixed form; with
    • Im waltenden Weltenvereine
    • werden Stoffe verdichtet
    • Es werden Fehler gerichtet
    • Es werden Herzen gesichtet.
    • Im waltenden Weltenvereine
    • werden Stoffe verdichtet
    • Es werden Fehler gerichtet
    • Es werden Herzen gesichtet.
    • Substances are densified, errors are judged and rectified,
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    • Mit segenduftenden Schwingen
    • their golden urns reciprocally lending:
    • feelings. For what Goethe has evidently drawn from his reading
    • golden light in the golden radiance of the Sun
    • Mit segenduftenden Schwingen
    • golden urns reciprocally lending:
    • We have seen how the heavenly Powers with golden pinions — the
    • receives the golden vessel of nutrition from Gabriel; it is
    • forces of healing — in other words, he passes on his golden
    • vessel — and just as Raphael passes on his golden vessel to
    • Powers rise and descend, passing to one another golden vessels
    • — the golden vessels of nourishment, of healing, of the forces
    • of thought and of movement. So these golden vessels move on from one
    • their golden urns reciprocally lending:
    • down to the very word “golden,” for these things are woven
    • Mit segenduftenden Schwingen
    • their golden urns reciprocally lending:
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    • language can only be offered with diffidence. It can be little
    • with confidence that those into whose hands the volume finds
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture I
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    • ideas and thoughts he gives very little evidence of
    • teachings were not the fruits of Christianity would denote very
    • Christianity spreads quite independently of scholarship
    • the Christ Impulse to spread independently of men's
    • Christian impulses began to spread, independently of the
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture II
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    • Gospels as the Denial. He beheld this scene of the Denial, how
    • that at that moment he had denied any such connection because
    • Denial, the triple Denial before the cock had crowed twice. And
    • It is not denied that in the external sense this darkening and
    • out to the mount and had bidden them: Watch! And they had
    • what causes amazement: the invariable coincidence of one
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture III
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    • “Secret One,” a “Hidden One.” In the
    • genius, and is evidence of the nonsensical statements
    • identified Himself more and more closely with the body of Jesus
    • identifying Himself with the earthly body of Jesus of
    • identified Himself with the body of Jesus of Nazareth. In
    • greater identity with the body of Jesus of Nazareth, in the
    • the point where the Christ Being had so identified Himself with
    • Christ Being had become so identical with the body of Jesus of
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture IV
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    • Zarathustra-Ego like remembrances hidden in the soul,
    • things that remained hidden from others — many terrible
    • Vater in den Himmeln.
    • they had all fled. And letting his clairvoyant vision widen
    • became the owner of small properties, houses, gardens, even
  • Title: Fifth Gospel (1950): Lecture V
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    • splendid gifts of which he had shown evidence since then.
    • This legend is told as evidence of Hillel's patience with
    • nobody to listen; such teachings are untimely. In olden days
    • Väter in den Himmeln.
    • antecedents.
    • the tendency to self-aggrandisement in man. Now he confronted
    • comparatively independent of the body of Jesus of Nazareth, He
    • Christ! Evidence is produced to show that the cult and also
    • kind of literature brings evidence concerning the garment
    • around the Christ Being — and moreover the evidence, in
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    • saying is familiar, and even self-evident. But one may well say that
    • to get moving, confidently and bravely, we have this virtue. It is
    • is ‘Prudence.’ – e.Ed]
    • their passions, are candidates for decadent human beings in the
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    • saying is familiar, and even self-evident. But one may well say that
    • to get moving, confidently and bravely, we have this virtue. It is
    • is ‘Prudence.’ – e.Ed]
    • their passions, are candidates for decadent human beings in the
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Introduction by Owen Barfield
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    • gravity from orient to Occident, and with that the transition
    • It is a ground which has broadened a good deal during
    • — or unspiritual — life of Orient and Occident
    • typically occidental one, in which the existence of society is
    • unfreezing of certain hidden reserves of energy, imagination
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    • This is something that burdens the soul of anyone who has
    • theory, to a denial of human freedom. In this respect, however,
    • and with some justification, to deny freedom, yet in educating
    • and the development of hidden spiritual powers, and that they
    • come down to later epochs in a thoroughly decadent and
    • it as an independent self. To draw an analogy, I might say: If
    • It would conclude that it was not an independent entity, but
    • earlier man was unable to regard himself as an independent
    • dependence of the human self. By uniting his
    • life. Such men could inspire no confidence, in view of the
    • independent of our corporeality.
    • hidden from ordinary consciousness. Just as the Indian yogi
    • and allow it to exist independently. The modern way of
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    • tremendous riddle. To deny the mind in man himself does not, of
    • most valuable and dignified quality and cannot deny that he is
    • goes on inside remains hidden from ordinary consciousness. So,
    • hidden the spiritual element that informs this wonderful
    • impartial observer of humanity with factual evidence of the
    • deny that experimental psychology is completely justified,
    • yourselves as students of the spirit to meditations such
    • as I have described, you need not be in any way dependent
    • conceptual life of this kind is energized; is independent of
    • dead organism suddenly come to life. And although this vital
    • of a spiritual kind, then we are, not students of the spirit
    • emerging, independently or after some exertion. Instead, all at
    • such a way that thinking, feeling and willing now densify and
    • — that eternal element which remains hidden from us
    • our will that we learn to make use of it independently of the
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    • historical attitude gradually became identified with the
    • the last analysis all external history is dependent on
    • opportunity later to give evidence from natural science for
    • eternally hidden from us.” Goethe was well aware that, if
    • Ages the student had to work through the seven liberal arts, as
    • existing in the world independently of our physical body. In so
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    • about what must remain mysteriously hidden. We may
    • descendants in a partially decadent condition), the East
    • his soul as the reality self-evident to him. External nature,
    • at the same time inwardly determined by and dependent on it.
    • allowing the life that is hidden within us to stream forth. The
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    • examination by a true student of the soul, to rest on some
    • of ordinary consciousness for independent revelations of the
    • variations, and condense the psychic element until, out of its
    • Condensed in this way, the life of the soul can link itself
    • and create through finer materiality into denser
    • individual organs. We must first condense the psychic element;
    • evidence. At this point, it is as if all life on earth is
    • today by people who reject independent spiritual
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    • questions today if you are identified with a particular
    • Next, the child enters an age — say from second dentition
    • accord with a law of man's development. From second dentition
    • later age. It is no accident, therefore, that young people
    • short while before, were speaking with incredible confidence of
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 7: The Individual Spirit and the Social Structure
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    • its immediate colonial dependencies. A world-wide view has yet
    • things are rather different. There is a tendency towards what
    • administration by the state:” a tendency for certain
    • dogmatic and formula-ridden Marxism that occupied the souls of
    • masses of the European proletariat, the name Marx still denotes
    • Decadent as it has become in the East, everything that can
    • was linked, is already a product of cultural decadence. The
    • from extra-terrestrial spheres. When decadence later set in, it
    • ago, in China. Here, quite suddenly, men sought and very
    • elaborated independently was the relationship of man to
    • becomes the logos of the Occident; and from the
    • religious denominations, whereas in the major social structures
    • in the course of human development an independent economic
    • element has become more independent; and that now, in the
    • West, an independent economic life is seeking to develop.
    • with its roots in theocracy and jurisprudence, is intimately
    • life cries out for independent organization, for vital
    • however, we must be able to consider them independently.
    • antecedents of present-day social structures. It is
  • Title: Tension Between East and West: Lecture 8: The Problem (Asia-Europe)
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    • of the antecedents of a phenomenon that has, quite justifiably,
    • description of the preparations that such a student of the
    • Everywhere in Europe we find evidence of the difficulty men
    • audiences of working men, I saw a good deal of evidence that
    • find a way to imaginative identification with others.
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    • confidence, you will have to look in hidden places. Social distresses
    • and deficiencies are only too evident; prospects, genuine ones at
    • start on the creation of confidence between the people,
    • not a lack of confidence on the part of the audiences that made
    • because you have gained his confidence in other ways —
    • ourselves, however much we may deny it, speak, even in
    • other evidence for the existence of a certain instinctive
    • tendency to put forward the element of will, when people are
    • consider the brain to be a mechanism which is dependent, even
    • a state of decadence, with a European-American spirit, will a
    • confidence between men. Today, even though the Asiatic trades
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    • unconscious tendencies. They exist already in men's souls, and
    • independent spirit rebelled in
    • think it self-evident that, from within the individual, you can
    • also see that spiritual life has a constant tendency to develop
    • something independent, so that it contains within itself its
    • tendency to abstractness, the state contains within
    • tendency, what men do in the political and legal sphere cannot
    • tendency, on the one hand to develop the constructive forces
    • some degree of independence. To understand this independence,
    • place in modern times, who would deny that these maxims contain
    • men's hearts. The democratic tendency will not rest easy until
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • inwardly what is denied to us with regard to blood and sense-nerves:
    • existed at that time as the tendencies to the formation of nerves a
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    • inwardly what is denied to us with regard to blood and sense-nerves:
    • existed at that time as the tendencies to the formation of nerves a
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    • to experience inwardly what is denied us in regard to the blood and
    • time in the tendencies toward the formation of nerves, a man was
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    • to experience inwardly what is denied us in regard to the blood and
    • time in the tendencies toward the formation of nerves, a man was
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    • constructed as they appear to be to the evidence of the senses,
    • requires real inner courage in one's thought to deny external
    • kingdoms of nature and man, is dependent on the activity of the
    • of these persons in whom a certain tendency was developed which
    • conclusion, (and that is the tendency which I want to emphasise
    • seeks to build a bridge between then. Both these tendencies
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    • constructed as they appear to be to the evidence of the senses,
    • requires real inner courage in one's thought to deny external
    • kingdoms of nature and man, is dependent on the activity of the
    • of these persons in whom a certain tendency was developed which
    • conclusion, (and that is the tendency which I want to emphasise
    • seeks to build a bridge between then. Both these tendencies
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    • developing interesting notions about hidden facts, but rather,
    • the hidden laws of existence that apply to the past and the
    • what is round about us, what we are most dependent on. Are we
    • dependent merely on nature? No! We notice what we are dependent
    • simply insert it. Thus the one who thinks people are dependent
    • insist on saying: the human being is dependent on his
    • human being will also be dependent on the conditions
    • the human being is dependent on circumstances, but on those
    • whatever he can do, then one's living is not dependent on what
    • Thus labor becomes anything but a burden. It becomes something
    • deposited tribute, and thus existence became independent.
    • national economy is no burden. Only if Theosophy comes to be
    • an unprecedented mass lockout: they locked out the entire
    • of Bolsheviks, Menscheviks, social revolutionaries and independents,
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    • developing interesting notions about hidden facts, but rather,
    • the hidden laws of existence that apply to the past and the
    • what is round about us, what we are most dependent on. Are we
    • dependent merely on nature? No! We notice what we are dependent
    • simply insert it. Thus the one who thinks people are dependent
    • insist on saying: the human being is dependent on his
    • human being will also be dependent on the conditions
    • the human being is dependent on circumstances, but on those
    • whatever he can do, then one's living is not dependent on what
    • Thus labor becomes anything but a burden. It becomes something
    • deposited tribute, and thus existence became independent.
    • national economy is no burden. Only if Theosophy comes to be
    • an unprecedented mass lockout: they locked out the entire
    • of Bolsheviks, Menscheviks, social revolutionaries and independents,
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    • was not — by the mysterious power that is hidden in
    • to show how the Christian spirit identified itself with
    • see a philosophy of life sweep Europe, denying freedom, because
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    • to show how the Christian spirit identified itself with
    • see a philosophy of life sweep Europe, denying freedom, because
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    • seek to penetrate into his hidden technique, by re-creating him in
    • students can fight from opposite camps, but both believe they may
    • should he not also be a stimulant for that spiritual tendency
    • thoughtful student this ‘Legend of the Green Snake and the
    • propose to pay him in an odd way. They shake themselves and golden
    • taking them over. The Ferryman is not enthusiastic about the golden
    • trouble of taking down the river the golden pieces you've thrown
    • and on and about the earth and through its crevices. Suddenly she
    • therefore devours them and becomes, by thus taking the golden
    • kingly figures standing in the four corners: a Golden King, a
    • figures, the Golden King puts the very significant question:
    • the Golden King.
    • the Pug-dog. He ate of the golden pieces, was changed into precious
    • fruitfulness; in her garden flourish flowers, but only to the point
    • We have seen that the first, the Golden King,
    • itself in Beauty. The Golden King sets the Crown on his head,
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    • means this or that, there we have a Golden, a Silver, and a Brazen
    • what is to become our knowledge is continually dependent on our
    • against that tendency of modern psychology which says: ‘When we
    • The Golden King represents the initiation for the
    • in each of the four corners. In the first was the Golden, in the
    • not pure and independent in his soul. Until man has reached this
    • Conception, pure as the Golden King (for nothing is mixed in
    • a soul-element. The moment it wants to lead an independent life in
    • would say that if the Temple is something hidden, it is under the
    • adheres to the external. And the way to be trodden is not to make
    • Snake's sacrifice. After it goes, so to say, through incidents
    • Lily. Then the Temple moves out of the hidden crevices up to the
    • Youth is endowed with the knowledge-powers of thought by the Golden
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    • self-dependence. All this is given in the second part of Faust as
    • hidden.
    • The Faust mood was in Goethe even when he was a student at
    • souls, for the meaning was hidden under an outer garb which
    • generally found sleeping in men, had looked deeply into the hidden
    • been at the point of a denial of future life. In Herder he learnt
    • inclined to deny everything with bitter irony. Yet it was
    • mysteries of life, the hidden mysteries of existence, which could
    • was previously hidden in handwriting, was now published in print,
    • taken by many people. This striving for higher things was denounced
    • really was, the spiritual tendency at that time failed to
    •  Their golden urns reciprocally lending,
    • golden urns, with the forces flowing between them and filling the
    • or ‘The Golden Chain of Homer.’ We see it expressed
    • student.
    • became condensed through the influence of the Luciferic power
    • ‘student scene.’ Only later did Goethe find the means
    • filled with self-denial and resignation, ready to investigate
    • fall, offering each the ‘golden urn,’ examine the
    • Goethe became a very diligent student during his travels in
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    • get away from old symbols and to coin new and independent symbols
    • upward-striving of Faust the student, to
    • exercises. There are certain exercises which the student has to
    • the spiritual world. What is it that the student experiences here,
    • all appears confusing if the student is not sufficiently prepared.
    • confidence and certainty that he will find there what he seeks: the
    • a holy but forbidden kingdom, forbidden, that is, for him who is
    • and sees himself suddenly cast out again into the material world:
    • incident it is revealed that his egoism has not completely
    • long, self-denying path into the spiritual world, egoism must
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    • For it cannot be denied that the present only becomes
    • it was of special importance for the man of olden time to feel
    • the image of the Sun.’ In this way did the man of olden times
    • feeling-experience of the world, that the man of olden times
    • of olden times who did not have thoughts, but still had his
    • olden times, has arisen the whole custom of making monuments
    • experienced’ — was a principle of olden times.
    • dependent on rhythm, but when that which is inserted into the
    • illness suddenly find that a portion of their past life, which
    • With the men of olden time who had developed a localised
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    • later and decadent period) was an age of men altogether
    • dependent than in later times on the character and constitution
    • dream. He is asleep. Suddenly there appears before him a
    • kind of consciousness they had in those olden times, and you
    • olden time and the ordinary man of the present day. It is not a
    • of olden times. It is in point of fact always so in the course
    • had already become decadent. The younger nation went out
    • Already in those olden times the Initiates of the Mysteries saw
    • to-day. The men of olden time did not see it thus. They saw
    • only be attained in olden times through initiation. But
    • frontier of Asia and Europe. Asia, in those olden times, had,
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    • coming from the Hierarchies. And as a burden, or rather as a
    • case in those olden times, the whole social structure of that
    • possible in those olden times. Man's life of thought and
    • followed. In those olden times, however, of which we are
    • evidence of the duality in man's nature. The one —
    • idea how such things were experienced in olden times; and it
    • identified himself with the image. This identification of
    • the pupils of Ephesus, when they identified themselves with the
    • a tendency to crystallisation — how that which was
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    • can have no independent existence for itself, but can only
    • could make an indentation into the statue; but the moment one
    • Identifying himself — as I said yesterday —
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    • hundreds of years, forming a bark on the outside, hardening to
    • olden times look upon the whole plant-world. Those who had been
    • of humanity. Thus did the man of olden times — of the
    • Oriental Mysteries were dependent on time, and also on place
    • coast. Thus a certain dependence on place and time was
    • there still were. And the pictures were dependent not on the
    • super-earthly, and in no small measure. Self-identification
    • independence of the seasons, or of the course of years and
    • centuries; that independence too of place on Earth. In Ephesus
    • decadent.
    • no means easy to search into the hidden mysteries of the
    • before these two appeared again in the decadence of the Greek
    • epoch and the rise of the Macedonian. The Greece of olden time,
    • earth-directed tendency, a light of which we shall hear
    • only Mysteries of decadence, where traditions were preserved,
    • glory, the tremendous majesty of the olden time were gone. With
    • memories of these olden times. We can study no graver or more
    • you, it will give you a true insight into the hidden workings
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    • new, even as the humanity of olden times came forth from the
    • effect. And the Mysteries were ordered and arranged in olden
    • Strictly guarded were these Mysteries of Hibernia, hidden in an
    • — inconspicuous, flowing silently in hidden places. To
    • but in the 19th century the whole tendency has been to change
    • there was still the confident assurance that insight and
    • individuals who gave evidence of Aristotelian spiritual
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    • thought a student of Nature of the 9th, 10th or 11th century.
    • occur to him to go any farther. The earlier student of Nature
    • student of Nature was fully aware of the very great importance
    • This was the kind of thought in which a student of Nature
    • that which has been brought over from olden times, all real
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    • olden times the Spiritual Guides of the Universe spoke of the
    • olden time, and that were in use in the life of olden times in
    • after the Spirit falls victim to a tragic destiny. In olden
    • hung in olden time over Greece, Macedonia, Asia Minor, Northern
    • it is being so played out. In olden times, when men thought of
    • paths. In the olden times, before the burning of Ephesus,
    • Rosicrucians were hidden from outer physical experience. Many a
    • Christ Jesus. In Him, identifying ourselves in all humility
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    • scale are everywhere in evidence. Forces that are actively at
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    • epochs. For it cannot be denied that the present only becomes
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    • despondency, that with regard to the spiritual there are
    • means to be denied, they are nevertheless connected with what
    • man which is more or less independent of the body. This is our
    • idea, quite independently of the outer meaning of the concepts
    • itself. He can say, that to the solid, dense, physical world is
    • independent of the physical and even of the etheric body. He
    • dependent upon an earlier earth-life. I said that one learns of
    • destiny. We see this expressed in the tendencies of a person,
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    • despondency, that with regard to the spiritual there are
    • means to be denied, they are nevertheless connected with what
    • man which is more or less independent of the body. This is our
    • idea, quite independently of the outer meaning of the concepts
    • itself. He can say, that to the solid, dense, physical world is
    • independent of the physical and even of the etheric body. He
    • dependent upon an earlier earth-life. I said that one learns of
    • destiny. We see this expressed in the tendencies of a person,
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    • epoch of time. We are, us it were, compelled to identify ourselves
    • to identify ourselves with them, — to give ourselves over to
    • physical body; in olden times no man felt himself bound to his
    • identical with my body,” he also knew that his soul was not
    • by men in olden times, and of which they still knew, there come
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    • epoch of time. We are, us it were, compelled to identify ourselves
    • to identify ourselves with them, — to give ourselves over to
    • physical body; in olden times no man felt himself bound to his
    • identical with my body,” he also knew that his soul was not
    • by men in olden times, and of which they still knew, there come
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    • dependent on the star constellations There you have a living
    • disinclination to look at the whole of nature, the tendency
    • was in olden times, what it must again become — a
    • chaos of decadent art like this tiresome “Jean
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    • dependent on the star constellations There you have a living
    • disinclination to look at the whole of nature, the tendency
    • was in olden times, what it must again become — a
    • chaos of decadent art like this tiresome “Jean
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    • which are relatively strongly independent of one another, is
    • of the diagram I indicate the outward thrusting tendency.
    • most eminent sense to the attainment of results independent
    • character. This results as a self-understood tendency from
    • through Ahriman gave occasion for the denial of the spiritual
    • the thoughts of him who denied them because — the time
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    • which are relatively strongly independent of one another, is
    • of the diagram I indicate the outward thrusting tendency.
    • most eminent sense to the attainment of results independent
    • character. This results as a self-understood tendency from
    • through Ahriman gave occasion for the denial of the spiritual
    • the thoughts of him who denied them because — the time
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • he hardens within himself. Thus at the head of the moral code
    • lost to him, because he hardens himself in his egoism, as is
    • just told you was a golden rule in the ancient Mysteries. We
    • of extending our interests more and more and of widening our
    • say, although this may perhaps not be evident without further
    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • independent of the divine spiritual powers. Hence we see that
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • him. And he who denies himself everything renders himself
    • case. It is vary evident that though the foregoing is
    • is still possessed as a natural tendency will be lost; and
    • characteristics still hidden in the body are conquered, the
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    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • Die Geistige Vereinigung der Menschheit Durch den Christus-Impuls.
    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • he hardens within himself. Thus at the head of the moral code
    • lost to him, because he hardens himself in his egoism, as is
    • just told you was a golden rule in the ancient Mysteries. We
    • of extending our interests more and more and of widening our
    • say, although this may perhaps not be evident without further
    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • independent of the divine spiritual powers. Hence we see that
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • him. And he who denies himself everything renders himself
    • case. It is vary evident that though the foregoing is
    • is still possessed as a natural tendency will be lost; and
    • characteristics still hidden in the body are conquered, the
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    • independent figures. They become Thumbling, Pointerling — I
    • unlike so many others, he does not excessively identify himself
    • jurisprudence, he was sent to the University of Leipzig, which
    • something else, as was done by many students. However, as he
    • jurisprudence and philosophy and whatever else a man of the
    • Goethe “studied thoroughly jurisprudence, medicine, philosophy
    • on science, and this is what he did at first. Jurisprudence,
    • and of the human realm, but all this knowledge was condensed
    • himself in Frankfurt through an exhaustive study of Swedenborg.
    • Doctor of Jurisprudence — Licentiate
    • and Doctor of Jurisprudence. He thereby satisfied his father and
    • — evidences at once, as Goethe forms it into a work of art,
    • Weimar it was evident again that Goethe could not be completely
    • natural science by independent work. He continued his plant
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    • men are in their tendency to link cause and effect.
    • Erasmus if, for example, their mothers had suffered accidents
    • rather self-evident that America would have been discovered
    • much is resplendent in both Goethe and Herder. But we can go
    • tendencies and impulses a portion of the soul's potentialities
    • some years in Leipzig as a student,
    • writings of Swedenborg, he really developed a systematic
    • tendencies but rather points to the connection between a man
    • tendency to isolate himself from the world to some degree was a
    • been such a burden. Certainly! But this is impossible because,
    • significant tendency in Goethe.
    • it, we are suddenly faced with Faust's view of nature, which
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    • rhythmical alternation is identical with the alternation of
    • are least frequently right. This has been especially evident in
    • he did earlier. Such sciences as jurisprudence, for instance,
    • previously occupied. But when jurisprudence and theology still
    • edge of a certain mystery of modern life. We can judge students
    • lectures at the University of Jena, but his students did not
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    • Students of the external history of culture who are generally
    • acquired such educational credentials are at present highly
    • the religious denominations could remain as it is, since it was
    • broadened; that is, that we should learn to know that
    • complete decadence. To prevent this from happening, spiritual
    • unconsciously striving for, even though they deny it. There are
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    • the student of Haeckel
    • tendency of choosing the least qualified people for the
    • the depths of her soul this incident is still present. But in
    • indefinable tendency toward pessimism, a partial weariness of
    • her suppressed anxiety about the incident earlier in her life.
    • over the world. How could one deny that many people today speak
    • the experiences of our present incarnation — the incidents
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    • hidden in the ancient structure of the pyramids. Thus he was
    • the first president of the
    • Theosophical Society. We find this hidden away in the writings
    • similar to those I have just described. But the defendent in
    • suppressed by prejudice but is even forbidden by law. It is
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    • that even our scientific endeavors have the tendency to touch
    • gestures, and in the entire hereditary tendency. Thus, it is
    • and what is cooked up by hidden, dark sources. Many will
    • make their presence felt through their own denseness which they
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    • be broadened through spiritual science to grasp the truth of
    • experience than the student who has just been presented to you
    • in that scene of “Mephisto and the Student.” He did not pass
    • which he had a good deal of knowledge from his student days. On
    • many students and, what was then a mere matter of course, gave
    • taught Gustav Adolf, who later became the king of Sweden
    • to a friend about his correspondence with the Grand Duke:
    • duty, as evidence of the value I attach to such goodness, to
    • service to a Prince or a great Lord, and to anyone dependent
    • service amounts to 520 gold gulden, which will be changed to an
    • private students and through my earnings from private lessons,
    • contemporary anti-Aristotelian tendency. At that time he was
    • but imprudent Cosimo I
    • tendency to think out concepts and connections and to apply
    • Providence. The brilliant minds of many individuals are
    • is identical with that of how families may be assisted to have
    • characteristics a greater tendency to spirituality, whereas men
    • represent more the tendency to materialism. In other words,
    • suddenly I understood the significance of the mood that had
    • Suddenly it seemed to me almost astonishing that the
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    • when he denies that he looks up to his angel while
    • while really not looking up even to an archangel, he deadens
    • evolution are disastrous. This is so because the deadening of
    • the utter denial of God; that is, the denial of his own angel,
    • which is always connected with the denial of the true ego. I
    • then know that the present religious denominations do not rise
    • broadened to extend over the entire evolution of the earth,
    • — at first, their beginnings — is decadence that extends even
    • self-evident. This is possible when a person utters the name,
    • rarefaction and condensation of air that occurred automatically
    • denying spirits where they are. In steam engines ahrimanic
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    • connection with certain inclinations and tendencies that he had
    • a railroad accident. The injured people are carried into the
    • religious denomination.
    • within a religious denomination, we will not be understood
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    • as one would to advanced students of anthroposophy. The approach in
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    • Die Wissenschaft vom Werden des Menschen.
    • less self-evident. It was particularly natural for him to
    • their relations to other peoples, now, suddenly at the
    • descended to earth. In those olden times Christ was seen to
    • some measure look back to the threefold Sun-Mystery of olden
    • do with the other. The image has definitely hardened and has
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    • Die Wissenschaft vom Werden des Menschen.
    • certain sense this human head is really a kind of independent
    • one does not see it.) In what you would see red, is hidden
    • Everything hidden from sense perception lies there stored up.
    • of much interest. During this case Domitian changed suddenly
    • tendency to foster the connection between what makes roan a
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    • Die Wissenschaft vom Werden des Menschen.
    • wisdom. In those olden times before the eighth pre-Christian
    • soul-Sun again, the spiritual-Sun, still identified by Plato,
    • between death and a new birth, the spiritual sun identified
    • will come an objection that evidently sits heavily on your
    • condensed, pushed into one another; for this reason they
    • in olden days there were group-souls and each of these split up
    • when the Pythagorean Schools were in their decadence, the
    • students: in the propagation of the human race the substance
    • a way that made it quite evident that he was still picturing
    • moral concepts. Thus, in place of all that in olden days was
    • culture,” and denounced it in awful words. Naturally it
    • This was not to be denied and at the moment Herman Grimm had
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    • — above all — of no tendency to phantasies of any
    • sort. For, if one has any latent tendency as a spiritual
    • meets with an incident like the following, which I tell as an
    • favourable or unfavourable; how upward or downward tendencies develope
    • towards people not being burdened with unnecessary work, but
    • (the times are not quite identical) hold the same relation as
    • its own independent basis of development, in the same way as
    • is relatively independent. And they must be independent.
    • are in the first place independent, each for itself; and,
    • independently, each on its own basis. The unity is then an
    • independent parts, becomes a living, life-bearing unity,
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    • party forms, of the socalled Independent Socialists. If these
    • confidence; if they had said to themselves: ‘Here is at
    • circumstances, place the slightest confidence. But, for all
    • confidence, for they have trifled this confidence away; but,
    • reason, — that people have so long had a tendency to
    • articles in a socialist paper of bolshevist tendencies, that
    • system which is dependent on the State, all one may say can
    • tendencies one undoubtedly finds a consciousness of how much
    • to widen out the organisation of the ‘Kommender Tag,’ so that
    • tendency that lies in the Threefold idea, you will see that,
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    • person, confident of the response in those who come to meet his
    • Steiner are the Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association
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    • Wesenheit des Menschen Bewirkt Werden? (The Supersensible Being
    • the human being is hidden something that exists beyond birth
    • independence of our minds, of our experience of thinking.
    • appreciate the independence of our experience. In penetrating
    • an independent position in the organism can be perceived,
    • fall into an abyss of nothingness when we are dependent
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    • the mobility of the eyes, the tendency suddenly to take
    • up bold and adventurous ideas and the tendency to think up
    • Mobility of the eyes, tendency toward bold, adventurous
    • history is dependent upon the sort of people we are, and how
    • dependent upon this. I wanted to show how a study of the
    • century, what is suddenly different in what takes place, only
    • tendency for the consciousness soul to evolve, where today the
    • body, how it can then pursue knowledge independently of the
    • cultural life, where the soul is no longer dependent upon the
    • life remained dependent on the life of the physical body until
    • dependence did not last so long, for at that time the soul's
    • is ardently experienced of reality, and not of what comes from
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    • effort in his own thinking, even told his students at the
    • dependent upon the bodily instrument for all that it achieves,
    • greater conviction concerning the dependence of the thinking
    • Grillparzer had conceived the whole outline of his Golden
    • drama, The Golden Fleece, in thoughts. But the
    • Golden Fleece, his memory suddenly came to life again, and
    • activity of thinking, has now freed itself from dependence upon
    • experience part of our soul life that is normally hidden and
    • knowledge can be widened to include the spiritual world, and
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    • courage, their confidence, and their hope for the future, then
    • of nature so confidently, must at once lose its confidence when
    • thought itself, without being dependent upon the impressions of
    • from hallucinations and visions becomes more dependent upon his
    • the moment has come in which the soul can live independently in
    • unaccustomed sequence which is not dependent on the external
    • which has become independent of the physical body.
    • which is hidden in the spiritual part of nature, as the colors
    • and tones are hidden in the sensory world — appears
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    • Das Werden der Organismen. Eine Widerlegung von Darwins
    • ordinary memory works, for here we are dependent upon a mood of
    • founded on the most varied evidence that according to the
    • hidden, as it were, in the spiritual soul, also lives in
    • volumes and which set out to show how there is something hidden
    • longing exists in their hidden feelings. But it is there,
    • subjective, phenomenalism and the transcendental
    • objectively and independently in the soul can be guided back
    • time of his death never denied that he was a true son of the
    • does not lead to the deadening of religious life and vision,
    • remarkable way in his book Das Werden der Organismen. Eine
    • competition, materialistic tendencies in philosophy, are
    • not, as in the other case, to deny what the science of spirit
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    • to show so far. Nor can it be denied that just for this reason
    • soul in this way evident just as we can make evident
    • life. As long as the way into this life is not trodden in the
    • will rise by themselves to a higher level. We cannot deny that
    • more or less self-evident. Rather, it should be readily
    • as the life of man is dependent on these conditions the latter
    • Nevertheless, although this too is really a self-evident
    • found this self-evident, but also adapted their feelings to
    • tendencies in its social set-up. One of these corresponds
    • of life was dependent on an army of slaves who did the work for
    • have a natural tendency which enables them to achieve a greater
    • within their natural tendencies and capacities. They will make
    • come to him haphazardly, but that their existence is dependent
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    • des Menschen Bewirkt Werden? (The Supersensible Being of Man.
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    • Eurythmie, die Offenbarung der sprechenden Seele. Eine Fortbildung der
    • Eurythmie, die Offenbarung der sprechenden Seele.
    • course of time. The gestures are not accidental in our
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    • Eurythmie, die Offenbarung der sprechenden Seele.
    • course of time. The gestures are not accidental in our
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    • inwardly dependent on humanity itself; and we can only gain a
    • more and more dependent on the physical body with its
    • — has arrived at a kind of crisis. This dependence of
    • territories; but they are nevertheless dependent in a certain
    • dependent upon their land of Greece than the modern human
    • being on his country. But this stronger dependence was
    • wisdom, men are really becoming all the more dependent upon
    • very decadent ways, would confine itself more and more to
    • The tendency
    • run its course, is nothing but the beginning of the tendency:
    • tendency which is dominant to-day, goes further, if it is not
    • introducing into this tendency that which does not
    • utilitarian type in the West, the Occident, while in between
    • and so we must say: Occident, West — intellectualistic
    • century, over the entire earth which is dependent an the
    • I think, still spared us), Tirpitz, Ludendorf, and a whole
    • interesting, for instance, is the logic of Ludendorf. He is
    • Russia! Ludendorf is the real importer of Bolehevism into
    • Russia! Now he simply had not the cheek to deny that
    • Ludendorf way of thinking, and those human beings who guided
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    • on Earth the possibility threatens us of hardening in
    • they harden themselves in present existence, and show
    • between birth and death, we develop such a tendency that
    • strongly in to the Earth that we have no tendency to guide
    • perceive what already lives as a Luciferic tendency in many a
    • the Earth; but they have the opposite tendency. They work
    • then harden in the physical body and when one also gets a
    • decadent life in the East (I have often told you how this
    • Eastern civilisation came to its decadence) — in this
    • decadent life in the East Ahriman can especially produce this
    • which have been slavishly borrowed from the modern decadent
    • to ossify and harden by pouring too much intellect and
    • body. We see that in the views of the decadent East; and we
    • That which the decadent Oriental understands today by Nirvana
    • other; between the tendency to the Earthly and the tendency
    • for man so that he can rise above the decadence of his modern
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    • Catholic Church denied the spirit at the World Council at
    • religious denomination. What then remains for
    • materialistic, since the religious denominations deprive it
    • among the various religions handed down from olden times.
    • the predisposition to this tendency was looked for in the
    • from a certain pernickety tendency implying that it was
    • tendency. But today it is necessary to deal with such things
    • about. I might ask whether this tendency ia really trying
    • know something of the things. This tendency to develop the
    • meaningless beyond reason is the prevailing tendency of our
    • terms with the content of a sentence is certainly not denied
    • attained their ideal of completion. It is not denied that men
    • of gradual evolution, we have to speak of sudden changes in
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    • I had spoken as my correspondent would have had me speak,
    • that he had “natural tendencies to genius” and to
    • difficult times. There is far too much tendency not to take
    • words. There is a tendency to-day just to consider words and
    • facts. There is a tendency to repeat phrases unendingly at
    • deny this cleverness. That men are clever, that they have
    • creation — that is not denied, but just because they
    • evolution” but of a sudden change or transformation in
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    • that book must be deepened and widened.
    • and perceptions which have either deepened or condensed, as
    • to be correct, but very much else is dependent upon it. I
    • year and they then as students develop into something that is
    • free play to forces which should be active during student
    • has not occurred to students as yet to give the same kind of
    • tendency today to take ever thing in an absolute sense and it
    • State as a unity has been more in evidence and now the times
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    • Heilfaktoren Fuer den Sozialen Organismus.
    • tendency to reject spiritual conceptions and occupy himself
    • universe, and as the result of his denial of the soul and
    • these become abstract and shadowy. This has been the tendency
    • being places himself within gravity. And in a hidden way man
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    • the rest of life precisely what satisfies the tendency lying
    • this, one thing cannot be denied. We cannot deny that since
    • has a tendency to this mood, is always striving, far more
    • kind, is always deadening it.
    • man, something missing in the actual man hidden by nature.
    • its growth shows no tendency to form the bony structure of
    • tendency, and held in check by higher life, first comes to
    • that in all the various tendencies and endeavours of recent
    • subconscious — suddenly, however, springing into life
    • light there is a life which is overcome, deadened, by higher
    • is widened and we find that, strictly speaking, what I have
    • spell we free the super-physical, which is hidden in the
    • physical and deadened by a higher life.
    • analysing tendency, there is also a tendency that is
    • physical-superphysical lies hidden in nature in as many
    • may be called aesthetic synthesis, a tendency to synthesize
    • killed but maltreated beforehand. This deadening process
    • There is always first a deadening, then through this lighter
  • Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
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    • purely through activity of the soul, independently of the
    • the tendency which makes a man think realistically or
    • tendency in so-called theosophical, mystical striving, to
    • and willing, is not to be identified with them. In
    • sea, there hovered denizens of the air, coming to her as
    • feeling identified with it, poetry — the poetic
    • densifies the content of his seership to colours, as they are
    • charms on to canvas is identical, but it is perceived from
    • colour of human flesh, which to sincere students has both
    • blanching and a kind of reddening — at a higher level
    • than ordinary reddening — which becomes outstreaming
    • is in mind and intellect and, through the reddening, what he
    • This denotes
    • gravity — this coincidence is an intense and profound
  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • independently of each other, that during the first three or four years
    • outstanding example of the ‘golden mean’ in this respect.
    • That they were able to hold this ‘golden mean’ was not due
  • Title: Anthroposophical Ethics ... St. Francis, Lecture III
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    • Christus und die Menschliche Seele. Ueber den Sinn
    • Sweden, May 30, 1912, translated by M. Cotterell.
    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • he hardens within himself. Thus at the head of the moral code
    • lost to him, because he hardens himself in his egoism, as is
    • just told you was a golden rule in the ancient Mysteries. We
    • of extending our interests more and more and of widening our
    • say, although this may perhaps not be evident without further
    • friends for a long time and then suddenly there comes a
    • independent of the divine spiritual powers. Hence we see that
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human
    • him. And he who denies himself everything renders himself
    • case. It is very evident that though the foregoing is
    • is still possessed as a natural tendency will be lost; and
    • characteristics still hidden in the body are conquered, the
  • Title: Teachings of Christ the Resurrected
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    • impression of birth and death was something more self-evident
    • gradually become so dense, the death forces in it have become
    • earth-life, do we find hidden the actual, immortal part of the
    • was evident from our recent lectures
    • founded — this is evident to anyone who knows the
  • Title: Christianity in the Evolutionary Course of Modern Mankind
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    • resplendent in their souls. These are the individuals whom you
    • of its development humanity is dependent in other ways also
    • people who were entirely dependent upon the physical plane;
    • independent and individual, in order to incorporate in the
    • — an ego which can even deny its origin, as in our time,
  • Title: Eternal Soul of Man in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • more evidence of any nature can be captured in just the right way.
    • course is based upon all possible associations dependent upon
    • much prudence as the mathematician takes with his arithmetic
    • occurs suddenly and is an overview of the entire previous life
    • human being can have, his o