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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • wisdom, which is in many respects so wonderful, to experience a new
    • ancient Egyptian. He knew that his body was constituted not merely of
    • animal kingdom, plant kingdom, mineral kingdom. He knew that the
    • Think, for example, of how Cardinal Newman — who, after all, was an
    • address that if the Christian Catholic teaching was to survive, a new
    • revelation was necessary. We have no need, however, of a new
    • a new science, one that is illumined by the Spirit. But men must have
    • the courage for such a new science.
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • wisdom, which is in many respects so wonderful, to experience a new
    • ancient Egyptian. He knew that his body was constituted not merely of
    • animal kingdom, plant kingdom, mineral kingdom. He knew that the
    • Think, for example, of how Cardinal Newman — who, after all, was an
    • address that if the Christian Catholic teaching was to survive, a new
    • revelation was necessary. We have no need, however, of a new
    • a new science, one that is illumined by the Spirit. But men must have
    • the courage for such a new science.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the music of the spheres, which Man absorbed between death and new
    • death and a new birth, raises himself to the world of the higher
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • the music of the spheres, which Man absorbed between death and new
    • death and a new birth, raises himself to the world of the higher
    • a new birth he descends once more to earthly life. And we have also
    • through with the cosmos in the life between death and a new birth
    • the memory of saints, who, rightly understood, should give new life to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • a new religious sect of any kind. It hopes to be able to fulfill the
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • situation with regard to his new spiritual surroundings. I've told you
    • A new world now dawns before him, a world that is always inhabited by
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • off, but the seed remains, bearing the promise of a new plant. We
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • of death and is, moreover, the germ and essential core of a new life.
    • new human life just as certainly as a plant seed has the potential to
    • become a new plant. Looking at things in this way, we arrive at the
    • embarks upon a new incarnation.
    • development of a new plant. Spiritual science meets this objection by
    • prepares for a new life on earth. In other words, the core of the
    • felt in human culture today in the same way as the new natural
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • way that accorded with the new view of the world. I've taken the
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • a new religious sect of any kind. It hopes to be able to fulfill the
    • experiencing a brand new reality. The experience can be such, for
    • new element which can make its appearance as spiritual reality
    • How unwilling people are to learn anything really new! They cling to
    • situation with regard to his new spiritual surroundings. I've told you
    • A new world now dawns before him, a world that is always inhabited by
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • off, but the seed remains, bearing the promise of a new plant. We
    • become aware that the seed, the essential part of a new plant, is
    • of death and is, moreover, the germ and essential core of a new life.
    • new human life just as certainly as a plant seed has the potential to
    • become a new plant. Looking at things in this way, we arrive at the
    • embarks upon a new incarnation.
    • development of a new plant. Spiritual science meets this objection by
    • prepares for a new life on earth. In other words, the core of the
    • felt in human culture today in the same way as the new natural
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • way that accorded with the new view of the world. I've taken the
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  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • new Anthroposophical Society after the separation from the Adyar or
  • 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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    • Anthroposophical Society wishes to be for the newer culture should not
    • of a new name may nevertheless remind us of the earnestness and
    • so-called “Newest thing in Occult Science,” and what is said
    • And remember what was said in the new mode of expression about
    • great teacher. He was to be the teacher of the new age lifted out of
    • seek for new expression of these three streams? But the ages differ
    • find in the Vedas appears in a new but now concrete form as the Living
    • race. As something so new must also be felt in the new age, this newer
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • there emerges into the new spiritual history discovered by the modern
    • clairvoyance had gradually diminished, and one had to seek new ways to
    • new methods had to be found, new ways of teaching, during the period
    • over into the new, in the blind King Dritarashtra of the house of
    • state of transition from the old times to the new. These are the sons
    • Krishna, through the Great Teacher of the humanity of the new ages
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • should I have gained if I conquered the whole world, and knew nothing
    • with the blood, ceases: and human souls must seek new paths to the
  • 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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    • St. Paul we have before us the germ of something completely new which
    • felt that he thought and knew in his etheric body, and on the other he
    • the new age — the fourth — should come in? If we wish to
    • “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
    • new, you will say: a good expression for this transition would be:
    • conflict with that which is coming in the new epoch; for these things
    • appears as the newly-arisen, and that which comes, as it were, out of
    • understand each other properly. The old does not understand the new.
    • The new must protect itself against the old, must defend its life
    • against it; that is to say, the new is there, but the ancestors with
    • descendants, the ancestors who have taken no part in the new. Thus we
    • related to him, but which with its attributes still shone into the new
    • he who guided mankind out of the old Sattva-time into the new
    • new), and who, if I may carry my example further, leads men to look
    • projects into the new age from his kindred. Such a one is something
    • new, something miraculous. Hence the legend relates how the child
    • bring in the new, that which kills the third epoch and does away with
    • body. A new object then appears which one does not otherwise see
    • old wisdom which must today, by means of new methods, be called forth
    • beginning of the newer age had to speak in accordance with what was
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • spiritual gifts, which, in a renewed way, but with full human
    • something like a new group-soul of humanity, but one that must be
    • mankind at that time all that he as an Initiate knew; but if we allow
    • presentation, given out of the holy mysteries of the newer age about
    • knew that He Who arose in the Mystery of Golgotha lives in the sphere
    • New Testament revelations. This old Krishna-teaching has on that
    • is a newer side of the Christ-Impulse. It shows us at the same time
    • thoughts and ideas to be absorbed; it should be taken as a sort of New
    • Year's gift, a gift which should influence our New Year, and from now
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • exactly newly born, but it undergoes a change, both when we breathe in
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • Thus we look into the future — new worlds take shape. And as in
    • only because a new universe at once begins to dawn that we do not
    • energy are imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • natural world dies away in man; in the realm of the moral a new
    • new worlds come into being.
    • Kepler and then diluted into theory by Newton, was tabooed by the
    • our world, towards a new creation; our world would be led towards its
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • new edition of the book (1918). What is thus within us lies in the
    • between death and a new birth. And just as here the object stands
    • lived through in the real sense between death and a new birth, and
    • unfolds within him a new reality leading into the future. He is the
    • and in that his semblance is quickened again by the will, new reality
    • is transformed into semblance; and a new creation takes place in that
    • see the overcoming of matter; at the other pole, the new birth of
    • dies away, new matter comes into being, that people speak of the
    • the old documents have been burned and new ones written. It is the
    • being, where matter dies away into semblance and new matter arises,
    • is a new creation in the condition of a seed, does there arise in us
  • Title: Bridge Between: Contents of this Lecture Series
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    • in the realm of the moral a new natural world comes into being; thus
    • the Copernican system. — Kepler and Newton. — We need a
  • Title: Bridge Between: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the new building. Above the sculptured group we will attempt to
    • One who is carrying the Parcival principle into the new age and who,
    • soul. Newton, whom Goethe had to oppose, has been victorious over
    • Das Traumlied von Olaf Åsteson” (“Cosmic New Year.
    • Chamberlain, Neue Kriegsaufsatze (New War Essays), Munich,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • the new building. Above the sculptured group we will attempt to
    • One who is carrying the Parcival principle into the new age and who,
    • soul. Newton, whom Goethe had to oppose, has been victorious over
    • Das Traumlied von Olaf Åsteson” (“Cosmic New Year.
    • Chamberlain, Neue Kriegsaufsatze (New War Essays), Munich,
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • Christ had come. Of Christ she knew only what was said in the West,
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • the big man whom he knew so intimately, and the latter said to him:
    • persisted, the Atlantean peoples knew that the human being exists, to
    • substance. The Atlantean peoples knew of the interaction between the
    • Heavens and the Earth. They knew: To begin with, man is a Spirit; then
    • beings who belong to that other world. He knew: One can communicate
    • of new races — races which cannot really be said to be survivals
    • souls.” Europe might well be offered a new “Secret
    • newly revealed” Indian wisdom. After all, to Europeans,
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • collapse is inevitable, and out of this collapse a new order of
    • the social order, and that a new order of society will arise from the
    • constitute a new impulse which calls for the steeling of courage in
    • the souls of men, an impulse which leads to something absolutely new
    • in the world, even though this amounts merely to a new understanding
    • The need for a new impulse is everywhere apparent — even to those
    • realise that it is not a question of looking for a really new impulse
    • reached which must now be understood in a new sense, and in full
    • new message.” And then, a few verses further on, a remarkable
    • come to men — free from all preconceived thoughts — a new
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • a new aspect and seem to be imbued with a new power when we realise
    • Kalewala, was something new, especially belonging to Finland. (9th
    • the threshold of a new disclosure of spiritual truths. Attention has
    • new Appearance or Manifestation of Christ.
    • The fact that man is growing onwards to new experiences, spiritual
    • experiences of an entirely new kind, is something that must be
    • towards new experiences. That is one thing that must be realised in
    • Spiritual Science. The second is this. These new experiences are of
    • hearts of men; there will be no founding of new sects, no
    • proclamations of new, physical prophets, for whom humanity no longer
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • discarded and new elements added; ancient heritages must be rescued
    • again, but in a new form and through a new impulse. In olden times,
    • whatever from the point of view of Art. But if we take the New
    • of Athens” really depicts the scene in the New Testament when
    • when Paul came among the Greeks. If we study the New Testament
    • the New Testament account. The New Testament, therefore, provided the
    • filling the Mystery with new life. Here again is a heralding of
    • Raphael both heralded and established a new impulse in Christianity
    • great successor. The new proclamation of the Baptist in the Raphael
    • Raphael there is a new resurrection of the work of John the Baptist,
    • passing away. Just as he provided for the revival, in a new form, of
    • Naturally, when Herman Grimm was writing about Raphael, he knew
    • Though yet they knew, or knew it not, full-fraught
    • For what they knew no longer was — a Cross!
    • The strife they knew not, nor th'ensanguined Sign;
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • unknown to them. They knew that things move forward, but whatever they
    • anything like wonder. Why not? Because Homer and the Greeks knew that
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • THE DAWN OF THE NEW POWER OF THE SPIRIT-SELF IN MAN
    • — the Third Post-Atlantean epoch — knew that he must raise
    • the Fourth Post-Atlantean epoch knew that in the physical world he was
    • was gradually instilled into man, leading him to the entirely new
    • perception of the dawn of the new epoch were men who at that time were
    • an entirely new power must have been inaugurated. The Indians divined
    • Pyrrha land on Parnassus, and from them issues the new human race.
    • knowledge to life once again, but in an entirely new form. The lecture
    • heritage of ancient times by means of the new knowledge now available.
    • conception of the world; for it is something completely new. It is a
    • dawning of the new power of the Spirit-Self. And a time will come
    • something wholly and essentially new. Theosophists, however, should
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • consciousness between death and a new birth are essentially different
    • its “substance” the physical body is being renewed all the
    • stretching between death and a new birth if something quite definite
    • further existence between death and the new birth in the future. We
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • approach to a new group-soul, but far rather the laying aside of the
    • great Teachers of humanity, and new ones are about to come ...”
    • that a Statesman would found a league to await the coming of a new
    • new Statesman or a great General. A certain person who is striving
  • Title: Lecture: Contents
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    • The Dawn of the New Power of the Spirit-Self in Man.
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • moment and to rise up again in a new form. Its duty is to work even
    • What the new age needs is not a return to the past through a revival
    • In accordance with the demands of the modern age, a new impulse must
    • usurped its name — a new impulse, in the form of the revelation
    • new impulse, to rescue the Theosophical Society, too, from lapsing
    • stone, he created the basis for this understanding. For the new
    • for newcomers to Spiritual Science, for only so is it possible to
    • expected to place itself in the service of this new aim. By these
    • years ago, on New Year's night, 1922-23, the Goetheanum was in flames.
    • worthy of it, in the new Goetheanum. There is a moving description of
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • In the seventh period, ancient India will appear in a new form. We
    • first culture later recrudesces in a new form in the seventh period.
    • Ancient India will then appear in a new form. Mysterious forces are at
    • down they knew — that is my body. They were bound to this
    • experiences between death and a new birth have been far more
    • the soul experiences today between death and a new birth is something
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    • and planted into the new time. We will best understand the souls of
    • they grow into a new type of man. A colony was established in inner
    • Northern India was the first country to receive its new cultural
    • east, there had been other wanderings, and whenever new stretches of
    • is done today; they colonized in a different way. They knew that they
    • things. They knew that souls lived in things. They had preserved the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • The divine Word, primeval man, had sheathed itself in ever new
    • evolution of the earth. The pupil knew that nothing in the universe
    • “Formerly I knew not what the I am is. Only when the first-born
    • The Egyptian physician knew one thing — that the conditions that
    • ** Note 2: The Sanscrit word is Vach or Vac; see Maurice Bloomfield's Religion of India (New York, Putnam, 1908), pages 191 and 243. Dr. Steiner uses WHA in German, but the first letter should be pronounced like the English V, hence the WHA becomes VHA in English.
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    • time already present in the germ as the new child of the earth, borne
    • part in such a way that it became suited for something new. This new
    • annunciation that he had to learn to feel something entirely new. As
    • * Note 1: This sentiment as to the sun is eloquently expressed in English by D. H. Lawrence in his Apocalypse (New York, Viking, 1932), pp. 41-46.
    • † Note 2: Fairly complete versions of this myth may be found in Padraic Colum: Orpheus Myths of the World (New York, Macmillan, 1930) and in Lewis Spence: Mysteries of Egypt (London, Rider & Co., 1929).
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    • the moon. The moon has fourteen phases from new moon to full moon, and
    • fourteen phases from full moon to new moon. During the fourteen days
    • leading to the new moon, there is no Osiris influence. Then the sun
    • unilluminated surface to the earth as the new moon. These fourteen
    • phases from full moon to new also have their result, and for the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 7
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    • when they sojourn in the spiritual world between death and a new
    • also sacred to the Greeks. They too knew that it was this god, Osiris,
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    • We have seen that in the phases of the new moon, when the moon is
    • fantasy. The name of Lake Hertha is a new invention. Earlier it was
    • * Note 1: Most texts are silent on this question, but the International Critical Commentary (New York, Scribner's,1895), in discussing Genesis I:27, at least shows that others have entertained the male-female hypothesis. See also the curious remarks in the speech of Aristophanes in Plato's Symposium.
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    • further, and in the conditions that prevailed between death and a new
    • He knew that the Rishis and their pupils still could see into the
    • spiritual world, but he also knew that for the normal person of the
    • who showed what lay behind the physical. But a new teaching, a wholly
    • new method, became necessary in Egypt. In ancient India man had
    • the physical world. Thus they taught new subjects. In ancient India
    • * Note 1: For a clear expression of this sentiment, see Sacred Books and Early Literature of the East (New York, Parke, Austin, & Lipscomb; 1917), Vol. 9, p. 104.
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    • death and a new birth. We need only recall that in death man enters
    • himself for a new life, the consciousness-condition of Devachan, where
    • When we thus describe what man experiences between death and a new
    • it comes that man is always entering into new conditions of existence.
    • experiences between death and a new birth also changed.
    • penetrate into the Devachanic consciousness between death and a new
    • consciousness between death and a new birth would have grown ever
    • possibility of illuminating the consciousness between death and a new
    • something different; it took on different colors. A new force was
    • to grasp how there is evolution for the period between death and a new
    • events. For the Greek neophyte the historical fact took place anew
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    • between death and a new birth, in kamaloka and Devachan, there takes
    • between death and a new birth became more pale and shadowy. The
    • again awakened the candidate, the latter was illuminated. He knew what
    • knew from direct experience what another person could learn only
    • death and a new birth. The Sphinx appeared to him as a real form; he
    • ram in accordance with what the initiates knew. The gods were
    • world evolution, they knew precisely how the individual organs of the
    • They knew which plants and which metals had to be administered to the
    • of what they knew through vision in the spiritual world. We know that
    • death, when it was between death and a new birth, Egyptian ideas were
    • connection between the old and the new, between the third and the
    • who were in the condition between death and a new birth.
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as something new, but also as an image of the
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    • Christ-impulse, that gave the stimulus to a new ascent. The entry of
    • have just described. In reality the men of that time no longer knew
    • The Egyptian initiate knew this, but he also knew something further.
    • the time beyond death, for the life between death and a new birth. In
    • and a new birth has been woven into the soul, weaves within it, and
    • ancient Egypt. It is as though he stated all this in a new form when
    • Testament, but also the New. One need only be able to read the Bible
    • through that despised underground Rome. The Christians knew what
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    • Spring Valley, New York
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • the physical body or in the life between death and a new birth. The
    • becomes visible also during the period between death and the new
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    • only knew how badly they betray themselves to occult observation when
    • the physical body or in the life between death and a new birth. The
    • becomes visible also during the period between death and the new
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • behold and see his fellow-men in new and ever changing ways. To-day,
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • behold and see his fellow-men in new and ever changing ways. To-day,
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • In our present civilization we need, above all, a new knowledge of Christ.
    • This new Christ knowledge is to be gained increasingly through the effects
    • official seal of Christianity is antagonistic to this new knowledge. It
    • present culture. A renewing of responsibility, a deepening of man's moral
    • said those who knew something about it, “Thou hast ensouled Thyself
    • martyrs still knew that the old Greek sages, although they did not use the
    • necessary for the Mystery Plays. I knew that a spiritual eye was resting
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    • In our present civilization we need, above all, a new knowledge of Christ.
    • This new Christ knowledge is to be gained increasingly through the effects
    • official seal of Christianity is antagonistic to this new knowledge. It
    • present culture. A renewing of responsibility, a deepening of man's moral
    • said those who knew something about it, “Thou hast ensouled Thyself
    • martyrs still knew that the old Greek sages, although they did not use the
    • necessary for the Mystery Plays. I knew that a spiritual eye was resting
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    • it is hard to describe the experiences between death and a new birth;
    • descent, when he approaches the earth to imbue himself with a new
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • into a new cosmic existence, having passed through the gate of death.
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    • it is hard to describe the experiences between death and a new birth;
    • descent, when he approaches the earth to imbue himself with a new
    • new, the real, etheric heart. This etheric heart is a concentration of
    • mist, new differentiations come into it from another side — first
    • into a new cosmic existence, having passed through the gate of death.
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • requirements of earlier times. New discoveries have been made relating to
    • perpetual series of new questions. Human life is enriched by the possibility
    • to put the questions in a new way. Such questions have now been instilled into
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • to new answers. His mental attitude would have to be adopted more generally,
    • and new birth.
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    • requirements of earlier times. New discoveries have been made relating to
    • perpetual series of new questions. Human life is enriched by the possibility
    • to put the questions in a new way. Such questions have now been instilled into
    • not see how science gives birth to new questions for the living soul, but not
    • to new answers. His mental attitude would have to be adopted more generally,
    • and new birth.
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    • new inclinations must be acquired by constantly holding the thought of
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • have the ability to emerge in due time with brand new habits acquired
    • and New Testaments, particularly in the Gospel of St. John beginning
    • soon be extinguished if he did not give it new nourishment every new
    • soul hundreds and hundreds of times, must pass through his soul anew
    • new light. New sounds and words will become audible. This new light
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • cannot get hold of a newspaper fast enough and tell the news to
    • knew that patience and perseverance were required in practicing the
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    • new inclinations must be acquired by constantly holding the thought of
    • acquire new characteristics, thoughts and inclinations. A person must
    • have the ability to emerge in due time with brand new habits acquired
    • and New Testaments, particularly in the Gospel of St. John beginning
    • soon be extinguished if he did not give it new nourishment every new
    • soul hundreds and hundreds of times, must pass through his soul anew
    • new light. New sounds and words will become audible. This new light
    • and radiance ray toward him from the soul realm and the new sounds he
    • “what is new.” This has tremendous influence on the soul-organ. If one
    • cannot get hold of a newspaper fast enough and tell the news to
    • knew that patience and perseverance were required in practicing the
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    • new one survive. These forces are like the soul-spiritual forces we
    • to wane, we begin to cultivate something new on earth, that is, a
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • this ancient viewpoint, which anthroposophy must renew, the soul was
    • store upon a schooling in human love and unselfishness. They knew that
    • something completely new entered the evolution of humanity. In the
    • something completely new. With the Baptism in the river Jordan
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • on a new path, by seeking a connection with Christ within the
    • In recapitulation, I can say that a new understanding of Christ is a
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    • new one survive. These forces are like the soul-spiritual forces we
    • to wane, we begin to cultivate something new on earth, that is, a
    • as it were, a new impulse is needed for its further development, an
    • completely new impulse entered the course of man's evolution, when its
    • this ancient viewpoint, which anthroposophy must renew, the soul was
    • store upon a schooling in human love and unselfishness. They knew that
    • something completely new entered the evolution of humanity. In the
    • something completely new. With the Baptism in the river Jordan
    • This new impulse entered the earthly sphere through the death and
    • on a new path, by seeking a connection with Christ within the
    • In recapitulation, I can say that a new understanding of Christ is a
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    • between death and new birth when man is going through the spiritual
    • between death and a new birth, and also — more in picture-form —
    • account what he experiences between death and new birth, there his
    • so between death and new birth there is a working from planet to
    • the mutual relations between men. There between death and new birth,
    • death and new birth, so too the Beings of the Hierarchies are there,
    • life, living in effect between death and new birth, which radiates
    • we are on our way from death to a new birth, we come into the sphere
    • into us ourselves upon our way from death to a new birth. This too is
    • being between death and new birth — forces derived from what is ever
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    • between death and new birth when man is going through the spiritual
    • between death and a new birth, and also — more in picture-form —
    • account what he experiences between death and new birth, there his
    • so between death and new birth there is a working from planet to
    • the mutual relations between men. There between death and new birth,
    • death and new birth, so too the Beings of the Hierarchies are there,
    • life, living in effect between death and new birth, which radiates
    • we are on our way from death to a new birth, we come into the sphere
    • into us ourselves upon our way from death to a new birth. This too is
    • being between death and new birth — forces derived from what is ever
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    • it was only a vague notion, they nevertheless knew of such things. They
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    • Homer knew that a higher spirit was inspiring him. But at the present
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    • Homer knew that a higher spirit was inspiring him. But at the present
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    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
    • epoch. Through Spiritual Science we can enrich anew our inner feelings
    • meets us in the world, and that which we ourselves are, with new
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    • world of the physical plane. We cannot speak to a newborn infant about
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
    • epoch. Through Spiritual Science we can enrich anew our inner feelings
    • meets us in the world, and that which we ourselves are, with new
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    • But something new must arise! What is significant in the child will be
    • being must receive new forces.
    • the manner of life between death and new birth. We endeavor to
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    • But something new must arise! What is significant in the child will be
    • being must receive new forces.
    • the manner of life between death and new birth. We endeavor to
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  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • carry them over into the new age.
    • meaningful way. The Egyptians not only recorded what they knew as the
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • shepherds in the fields, and in the revelation to them because of our new
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • and that these things must be given a new content. Old habits must be left
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • new content must [be]come content which can give us entirely new feelings that
    • Oh, the soul will attain to altogether new feelings if it feels committed
    • to experience the new Isis legend within modern humanity. Lucifer kills
    • must learn to look again to the new Isis, the holy Sophia. Christ will
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • representatives believes, that this new legend fills the holy eve of
    • the knowledge that something altogether new must fill our souls, in order
    • into a truly new civilization.
    • into the new year in the very best way. In this spirit, accept my words
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • carry them over into the new age.
    • meaningful way. The Egyptians not only recorded what they knew as the
    • Christmas carol proclaims each year anew: “Unto us a Saviour is born.”
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • shepherds in the fields, and in the revelation to them because of our new
    • a new way. They must realize that they must first of all seek Isis, in
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • and that these things must be given a new content. Old habits must be left
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • new content must [be]come content which can give us entirely new feelings that
    • Oh, the soul will attain to altogether new feelings if it feels committed
    • to experience the new Isis legend within modern humanity. Lucifer kills
    • must learn to look again to the new Isis, the holy Sophia. Christ will
    • Let us picture this rightly, let us immerse ourselves in this new Isis
    • representatives believes, that this new legend fills the holy eve of
    • the knowledge that something altogether new must fill our souls, in order
    • into a truly new civilization.
    • into the new year in the very best way. In this spirit, accept my words
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • he knew: and he knew it from those pictures which to modern man would
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • pictures of man too: but even while experiencing them he knew that the
    • to life after death. Everyone then knew instinctively of life before birth.
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • that of the animals, but still instinctive. His life has taken on a newer,
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • he knew: and he knew it from those pictures which to modern man would
    • Ancient man knew that reality expressed itself in things which today are
    • pictures of man too: but even while experiencing them he knew that the
    • to life after death. Everyone then knew instinctively of life before birth.
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
  • Title: Lecture: Social Understanding Through Spiritual Scientific Knowledge
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    • spiritual science. It is necessary to develop a totally new way of thinking.
    • step into an entirely new situation. Nevertheless the essential thing is that
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
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    • spiritual science. It is necessary to develop a totally new way of thinking.
    • step into an entirely new situation. Nevertheless the essential thing is that
    • thinking in quite a new way about man changing himself in his innermost
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • opening-up of a new sense in our souls, a sense which enables us to gain a
    • wish to educate ourselves about social issues, and develop new social
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    • opening-up of a new sense in our souls, a sense which enables us to gain a
    • wish to educate ourselves about social issues, and develop new social
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    • clear about them — as to what must come into being as a new social
    • At the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, however, a new cosmic
    • humanity, and of the need to strive for a new ordering of social life.
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    • clear about them — as to what must come into being as a new social
    • At the turn of the 14th and 15th centuries, however, a new cosmic
    • humanity, and of the need to strive for a new ordering of social life.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • indeed even to those he loved or knew intimately. These conditions can
    • new Sun-Mysteries which must be brought to the world by spiritual
    • necessity for this sun-treasure to receive new light from the West.
  • Title: Lecture: The Sun-Mystery in the Course of Human History
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    • indeed even to those he loved or knew intimately. These conditions can
    • new Sun-Mysteries which must be brought to the world by spiritual
    • necessity for this sun-treasure to receive new light from the West.
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • wisdom known to a select few. What such a wisdom-pupil knew, for
    • fields where the soul discovers this new relationship to the universe.
    • new way about what one may call the “Threshold of the Spiritual
    • to a “new beholding.” Just as man perceives around him with
    • will bring us once again to a Threshold, a new Threshold into the
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • wisdom known to a select few. What such a wisdom-pupil knew, for
    • fields where the soul discovers this new relationship to the universe.
    • new way about what one may call the “Threshold of the Spiritual
    • to a “new beholding.” Just as man perceives around him with
    • will bring us once again to a Threshold, a new Threshold into the
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    • in a picture, at least, a new link with pre-earthly spirituality.
  • Title: Lecture: Truth Beauty and Goodness
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    • in a picture, at least, a new link with pre-earthly spirituality.
  • Title: Lecture: The Two Christmas Annunciations
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    • this time of festival, with this season which yearly renews the memory
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, renews also a direct experience of it in
    • and by its means they knew of the advent of the Christ-Being.
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
    • naturalistically conceived. A new, spiritual grasp of the Mystery of
    • It must be found entirely anew.
    • to a new astronomy experienced within.
    • Only by thus reaching out for a new understanding of the Christ can we
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
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    • this time of festival, with this season which yearly renews the memory
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha, renews also a direct experience of it in
    • and by its means they knew of the advent of the Christ-Being.
    • itself known by means of the wisdom of the heavens, which knew that
    • naturalistically conceived. A new, spiritual grasp of the Mystery of
    • It must be found entirely anew.
    • to a new astronomy experienced within.
    • Only by thus reaching out for a new understanding of the Christ can we
    • should look for what must be born anew in this our age. For truly,
    • real Christianity must be born anew. We need a cosmic Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • to everything that this new age has brought, in contrast to
    • way, and in the true Goethean sense, when one says: He who knew
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    • the human being, so long as people knew that these truths had to be
    • to everything that this new age has brought, in contrast to
    • way, and in the true Goethean sense, when one says: He who knew
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • — knew nothing of death. It may seem strange to you today, yet
    • it is so: the oldest inhabitants of the earth knew nothing of death,
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • acquainted with death. The old ages in which man knew nothing of
    • Golgotha and he who knew him before, knows that Ahriman has waited
    • purpose was thwarted because he knew nothing of the divine plan
    • predominant sway of materialism Ahriman could cherish new hopes for
    • Christian. This gave new hopes to Ahriman.
    • knew of the existence of these worlds through the manifestations that
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
    • the spiritual truths, whereas the new wisdom was not there. To a
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • who knew what was contained in the records from out of the ancient
    • noticed it. This was the last remnant of a world-conception that knew
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    • — knew nothing of death. It may seem strange to you today, yet
    • it is so: the oldest inhabitants of the earth knew nothing of death,
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • life, only. Although they saw death, they knew nothing of death. For,
    • acquainted with death. The old ages in which man knew nothing of
    • Golgotha and he who knew him before, knows that Ahriman has waited
    • purpose was thwarted because he knew nothing of the divine plan
    • predominant sway of materialism Ahriman could cherish new hopes for
    • Christian. This gave new hopes to Ahriman.
    • knew of the existence of these worlds through the manifestations that
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
    • the spiritual truths, whereas the new wisdom was not there. To a
    • ancient Hebrew teaching had not received new life through
    • who knew what was contained in the records from out of the ancient
    • noticed it. This was the last remnant of a world-conception that knew
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • about as the result of the Analysis of Infinity which we owe to Newton
    • with the Differential Calculus with which Newton and Leibnitz taught
    • brought to a vanishing point and then we get a new basis — free
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    • Weekly News for English-speaking Members of the Anthroposophical Society
    • about as the result of the Analysis of Infinity which we owe to Newton
    • with the Differential Calculus with which Newton and Leibnitz taught
    • brought to a vanishing point and then we get a new basis — free
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    • But little by little a new world-conception aroused the interest in
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    • But little by little a new world-conception aroused the interest in
    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet,” Volume 14 (1945), page 71, No.
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    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
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    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
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    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • for a new Life.
    • time. The Good of an earlier age unites with the Good of a newer age.
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    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • continued further through the Bishops and Presbyters.) The new Life is
    • for a new Life.
    • time. The Good of an earlier age unites with the Good of a newer age.
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    • renewal, of progress, furthered, the essential task which confronts us
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    • things had come to the point when men no longer knew what to make of
    • after all, man brings his soul with him into each new incarnation, a
    • life, if they had to have the same trust in those about whom they knew
    • nothing as in those of whom they knew something ... at that rate one
    • myself. For instance, when a respectable newspaper in Wurttemburg
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    • through organising and maintaining a new organism.
    • the period between death and new birth to call into existence this
    • For example, I knew a man who was quite full of the fact that there is
    • inwardly filled with tragedy. Be that as it may, I knew a man who
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    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • death and a new birth is so constituted that everything we do awakens
    • a new birth we can do nothing, we cannot even move, pictorially
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • death and a new birth we know that our body, down to its smallest
    • Between death and a new birth, in company with Beings of the higher
    • which permeates the Cosmos. For between death and a new birth he is
    • — if we may use a familiar phrase. Between death and a new birth
    • and then continue between death and a new birth. Those who are able to
    • between death and a new birth: we are either within the other souls,
    • death and a new birth. Similarly, the human being is also within or
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • knew what life actually is, this knowledge would give rise
    • them to life anew within the soul. There is nothing more important for
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    • between death and a new birth — that life that seems so far
    • that consideration of the life between death and a new birth is
    • death and a new birth is so constituted that everything we do awakens
    • a new birth we can do nothing, we cannot even move, pictorially
    • activity of the life between death and a new birth consists in
    • world. For in this life between death and a new birth we must prepare
    • death and a new birth we know that our body, down to its smallest
    • Between death and a new birth, in company with Beings of the higher
    • which permeates the Cosmos. For between death and a new birth he is
    • — if we may use a familiar phrase. Between death and a new birth
    • and then continue between death and a new birth. Those who are able to
    • between death and a new birth: we are either within the other souls,
    • death and a new birth. Similarly, the human being is also within or
    • new into being; it merely brings up into consciousness what is present
    • knew what life actually is, this knowledge would give rise
    • them to life anew within the soul. There is nothing more important for
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • out of that which man received as a new gift at that time. We see how
    • knew them as divine etheric Beings.
    • itself takes care that the soul shall return again and again to new
    • and that it is they also which draw him down again to a new
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom.
    • Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
    • visions? It was the picture of the Atlantean Gods whom we once knew as
    • The priests of ancient Egypt knew this, and they said: The further we
    • again attain, when it steeps itself anew in Spiritual Wisdom.
    • to a new wisdom, a wisdom which points not only to the past,
    • spiritual worlds may be renewed.
    • new seed for all future time should be laid within the cold ground of
    • apocalyptic wisdom, the true new Spiritual Wisdom, will be found in
  • 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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    • an interval, then a new incarnation, and so it has gone on from
  • 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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    • colour of the picture he knew that an enemy drew near, and that he
    • the Scorpion, and came as something new; it was in contradistinction
    • embodied in this myth what they knew concerning the evolution of earth
  • 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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    • ancestors of some of the European peoples knew this fact and embodied
    • for special curative forces and juices. They knew that of which we
    • knew whether this being was friendly towards him or the reverse —
  • 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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    • substances, they left the earth and formed a new field for their
    • “Christus verus Luciferus,” Christ the true Lucifer, knew
    • divinely working forces. He knew that at a very early stage certain
  • 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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    • he now knew whether he was approaching a warm place or a cold one.
    • spiritual soul-like way, though he knew it was the same being who
    • when the Christ brought an essentially new Impulse into evolution. We
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • intelligence — but wasps knew how to do it long before man. A
    • Christ Principle the ancient blood brotherhood had to assume a new
    • ringing within him he feels strengthened and refreshed anew when
    • known in certain circles. Goethe, who was an Initiate, knew it; hence
    • From this we see that he knew that the secrets of the solar system are
    • Lo! the new-born
    • new plant grows from the seed it is the sun-tone it has absorbed that
    • reappear when new plants spring from the seed. For in the forms of
  • 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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    • Asia also who knew him, and this knowledge continued on into later
    • During the Atlantean epoch men knew that during sleep, when outside
    • Gods, the Gods were known to them, and they knew they would meet them
    • this soul has forgotten the divine beings which once it knew, we can
    • ancient wisdom and the earlier companionship with the Gods, knew how
    • would come”; they knew Him everywhere, but not as One already on
    • the earth. The Initiates in Asia and Egypt also knew Him as the
    • appear.” They knew also that the olden Mysteries could not lead
    • God. They had to attain to a new conception of God, not merely to
    • also the case in a certain sense with the Romans; they knew that spirit
  • 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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    • between death and rebirth; he thus became a part of Him and knew Him
    • beings. Man still knew the Christ, however, through the deeds and the
    • ancient Druidic Mysteries knew, for example, that an ancient Atlantean
  • 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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    • person incarnates again and again and the soul enters into new bodies
    • consciousness so as to re-appear in a newer, higher form through the
    • Initiate, one who, as we have seen, knew the Christ aforetime, could
    • into a new age with a particular karma came also into a particular
    • now lost its original meaning. What new idea is to arise in place of
    • of Osiris; it knew that Osiris was held to be the same as the high
    • the unconscious memory of it that impelled him to renew, in a form
    • post-Atlantean age. Up to the present new doubts have arisen more and
    • ideas, transformed into their materialistic counterpart in the new
    • man knew in earlier times that he could not shape his body otherwise
    • difference; even the Egyptians knew no difference between what was
    • last lecture, but it was of a different nature; this is a new descent
    • reached, that Christ has brought nothing new since Buddha; but only in
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • ancient wisdom, but a new wisdom, one that points not only to the past
    • something new to give which hitherto had not been offered to the blind
    • The courage with which Rudolf Steiner trod new paths stirred up
    • a continual up-rising, maturing, and decay, in order that new life may
    • of new wisdom, it rejected what would have infused new life into it,
    • have given new meaning to historic events.
    • Science. This new force was the aim of the Rosicrucian schools. They
    • concerned themselves with the newly evolving forces of consciousness
    • after the new forces of human knowledge, with the tragic fate and
    • New forces of spiritual consciousness were born from it that were able
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    • Science must renew the capacity to take hold of and comprehend the
    • — to get hold of the reality again. The only effect of renewing
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    • knew more about the connection between the soul and spirit on the one
    • Science must renew the capacity to take hold of and comprehend the
    • — to get hold of the reality again. The only effect of renewing
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    • This must become a new, fundamental doctrine: that the social
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    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
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    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • the need for a new impulse in the evolution of humanity. But it is
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    • imbued with a new vigour when the rays of the Sun begin to shine down
    • without intermission to renew and upbuild the being of man, is due not
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
    • civilisation was at its prime, man felt and knew himself to be a
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • without intermission to renew and upbuild the being of man, is due not
    • revealed by the date and time of his birth. For these Sages knew quite
    • civilisation was at its prime, man felt and knew himself to be a
    • into which our civilisation has fallen, and bring a new spiritual life
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    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • death and a new birth, when he is altogether interwoven within the
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth; while on the other hand we also bear
    • I spoke to you here, I told you how man between death and a new birth
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • other condition which was ours between death and a new birth, wherein
    • in the world between death and a new birth. We unite ourselves with
    • speech. In plan and tendency, between death and a new birth we receive
    • death and a new birth. There the Light is something altogether
    • sense-organs lights up between death and a new birth, and becomes your
    • about the experiences between death and a new birth? When we die we
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    • life between death and a new birth. For seen from a human point of
    • death and a new birth, when he is altogether interwoven within the
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth; while on the other hand we also bear
    • I spoke to you here, I told you how man between death and a new birth
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • other condition which was ours between death and a new birth, wherein
    • in the world between death and a new birth. We unite ourselves with
    • speech. In plan and tendency, between death and a new birth we receive
    • death and a new birth. There the Light is something altogether
    • sense-organs lights up between death and a new birth, and becomes your
    • about the experiences between death and a new birth? When we die we
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    • the less important New Year's Festival and the extremely important Feast of
    • knew: In future times the mineral world will be spiritualized; to build
    • means nothing else than to spiritualize the mineral world. He knew that the
    • been both good and beautiful. A man who attained one Degree knew how he
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • with the facts. If, therefore, it were possible to inculcate a new content
    • together with a new knowledge into these forms, much good would accrue, for
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    • the less important New Year's Festival and the extremely important Feast of
    • knew: In future times the mineral world will be spiritualized; to build
    • means nothing else than to spiritualize the mineral world. He knew that the
    • been both good and beautiful. A man who attained one Degree knew how he
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • with the facts. If, therefore, it were possible to inculcate a new content
    • together with a new knowledge into these forms, much good would accrue, for
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    • to send out colonies from which new civilizations were to arise. This
    • principle followed by the Initiates is: the mingling of what is new
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • The dispatch of a new branch constituted the second migration. We can
    • revival, in a new form, of the ancient magical achievements.
    • new versions and which we finally encounter in the figure of
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • in this combination, to create new colonies: the Phoenicians and the
    • That was a new development.
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • from Judaism. Judaism could not accept the new form. It had its
    • understanding what now appeared on the physical plane. When the new
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • new fructification must come from the East — this was brought
    • bringing the influence of Christianity to bear upon a new race. This
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    • to send out colonies from which new civilizations were to arise. This
    • principle followed by the Initiates is: the mingling of what is new
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • The dispatch of a new branch constituted the second migration. We can
    • revival, in a new form, of the ancient magical achievements.
    • new versions and which we finally encounter in the figure of
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • in this combination, to create new colonies: the Phoenicians and the
    • That was a new development.
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • could be done. It was necessary for a new impulse to be given, and the
    • spiritual life. The new impulse could proceed only from a personality
    • from Judaism. Judaism could not accept the new form. It had its
    • understanding what now appeared on the physical plane. When the new
    • involved in a process of continual degeneration. New impulses have
    • A new impulse and a new possibility were created through the Initiate
    • new fructification must come from the East — this was brought
    • bringing the influence of Christianity to bear upon a new race. This
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    • LECTURE V. Imaginative perception brings man into a new relationship
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    • Supersensible sight leads us at once to something new. We turn our
    • new and different form, because here the rhythm blue-red, blue-red,
    • Something new arises out of the Cosmic Music. The tones begin to blend
    • a new perception, which is as vivid in comparison with physical
    • power of the planetary sphere we are within an entirely new
    • Hierarchy. A new world arises before us. And now we do not merely say:
    • death and a new birth, spoken of in my Mystery Plays as the
    • through the gate of death and are living between death and a new
    • constellations. The Ancients knew how to describe the courses of
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    • and a new birth.
    • life between death and a new birth on many occasions and from many
    • As human beings begin to find their way into this new kind of life,
    • between death and new birth, enter for the first time our sphere of
    • new birth it is quite different, there everything is moral and
    • happens to him between death and a new birth. The process of
    • and a new birth, is a transformation of man's moral and spiritual
    • between death and a new birth, man is possessed of a deeply mysterious
    • human beings in the middle period of the time between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth. There we spoke with one another, we
    • once were in the creative Word, when — between death and a new
    • new plastic forming of the human being, for the new breast-system and
    • the new limb-system, begin to appear. Little by little, man forms and
    • builds up anew his spiritual prototype. The utterance of his own being
    • Full and rich in content is the life between death and a new birth!
    • worlds. But the whole nature of the life between death and a new birth
    • during the life between death and a new birth.
    • This opens up quite a new aspect of our study. When we pass through
    • sojourns there between death and new birth is now the imperceptible
    • on Earth. The road between death and new birth leads from the
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    • between death and a new birth. In the present lecture I want to follow
    • between death and a new birth. We look up to the stars. What the stars
    • a new and particularly vivid experience befalls man.
    • a new birth, it is the other way round. In his Sun existence, an
    • super-earthly world in which man lives between death and a new birth,
    • a new birth man entered the Sun sphere, he felt an urgent desire to
    • Sun-existence between death and a new birth. We to-day are much more
    • become acquainted with these Mars influences between death and a new
    • this activity of theirs has a new significance. You will remember I
    • to one anew when one finds that men had this same knowledge long ago
    • which he lives between death and a new birth, man is perpetually
    • death and a new birth.
    • death and a new birth.
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    • In the lecture this afternoon the life between death and a new birth
    • which man passes between death and a new birth express themselves
    • between death and a new birth cannot be conceived in terms of space or
    • life between death and a new birth, man passes into the Sun sphere. In
    • be remembered that man's path between death and new birth is such that
    • What we need at this stage of life between death and a new birth is
    • existence between death and a new birth, our spirit-form has already
    • conceit. Yonder, between death and a new birth, the world in which we
    • between death and a new birth, he has good reason to say to himself:
    • looking upon the life of man between death and a new birth is a sense
    • in the period that lies between death and a new birth.
    • the spirit-germs for the new body are added — for the breast
    • in the new incarnation, and so now during man's passage through the
    • breast system and limb structures have to be laid anew. It must of
    • of time between death and a new birth it is given to man, as a grace
    • after death. Moreover, at each new stage in the life after death,
    • to be intensified every time we enter a new sphere of the heavens. But
    • when we are returning again and approaching a new life on Earth,
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    • world in which man verily lives his life between death and a new
    • death and a new birth. It will accordingly be well, in bringing our
    • of our inner being, receives a new quality, a new colouring when we
    • stretching between death and a new birth lives within us even during
    • being, between death and a new birth — we can at the same time do
    • out into the cosmic spaces; in this new experience it is as though you
    • during a certain period of our life between death and a new birth. We
    • death to a new birth.
    • given over, with our body, to the elements. Between death and a new
    • the Third Hierarchy between death and a new birth, and he hears them
    • and a new birth. The beauties of material Nature on Earth are so full
    • period between death and a new birth. We can, on Earth, come into a
    • not so important, because men knew instinctively the connections, for
    • and a new birth, to those Spiritual Beings whom we must needs contact
    • relation with the Beings of the Hierarchies between death and a new
    • existence between death and a new birth — the speech which tells
    • destiny of metallic substance in fire, an entirely new element will be
    • pass during the middle period of our life between death and a new
    • spiritual world beyond the Threshold. The life between death and a new
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    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • to a new birth. A man who had thus become a god would exist on
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    • and a new birth. This belongs to this second world. And every
    • to a new birth. A man who had thus become a god would exist on
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • the universe. They knew that realities could not be described by
    • as present in all things. They knew that if one wants realities, one
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • manifesting themselves, revealing themselves in speech. They knew that
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • Originally they knew very well how the manifestations of the Exusiai,
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • the individual Spirits. Between death and a new birth he must behold
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • Once, in the old Mysteries, they knew how to speak about the Beings of
    • the universe. They knew that realities could not be described by
    • as present in all things. They knew that if one wants realities, one
    • organism, like the hair upon our own organism. Men knew that all these
    • manifesting themselves, revealing themselves in speech. They knew that
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • Originally they knew very well how the manifestations of the Exusiai,
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • the individual Spirits. Between death and a new birth he must behold
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    • information, address St. George Publications, Spring Valley, New York
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    • Stone Meditation of Rudolf Steiner to me when, as a new member of the
    • of Man,’ as he called it, to the members of the newly-formed
    • General Anthroposophical Society, which was to initiate a new
    • In part four, a new rhythm and impulse spiral in as
    • brought redemption, renewal and the seed of freedom and
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    • and experiences it would seem as if an altogether new being were
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • soul of Jesus of Nazareth as something wholly New, living as Inner
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • guidance of those who knew the experiences which it was necessary to
    • the ancient Hebrew race knew himself to be bound up with the Father
    • as the Gnosis also knew — worked in the body of Jesus of
    • During the 20th century something new must be added to
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    • and experiences it would seem as if an altogether new being were
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • wholly new — not however in the sense of that which, in other
    • soul of Jesus of Nazareth as something wholly New, living as Inner
    • Being within him a life which gave a new orientation to all
    • Essence within an outer man — a new Impulse had broken in upon
    • guidance of those who knew the experiences which it was necessary to
    • the ancient Hebrew race knew himself to be bound up with the Father
    • as the Gnosis also knew — worked in the body of Jesus of
    • During the 20th century something new must be added to
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    • far better than by logic. And from his own experience he knew that the
    • reason. As an Initiate, Goethe knew that there is indeed a world of
    • alike of religion, science and art, they were the source of new
    • artist, Richard Wagner recognised and knew of their existence.
    • ‘Land of Mists,’ to ‘Nifelheim.’ They knew that they had left
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • the Nibelungen. The Nibelungen knew that they possessed
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
    • one of the new Gods has to fulfil his covenant to deliver up Freia,
    • evolution to the new. — Again let it be repeated, however, that
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
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    • far better than by logic. And from his own experience he knew that the
    • reason. As an Initiate, Goethe knew that there is indeed a world of
    • alike of religion, science and art, they were the source of new
    • artist, Richard Wagner recognised and knew of their existence.
    • ‘Land of Mists,’ to ‘Nifelheim.’ They knew that they had left
    • Nifelheim and had passed into a different world, but they also knew
    • the Nibelungen. The Nibelungen knew that they possessed
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
    • one of the new Gods has to fulfil his covenant to deliver up Freia,
    • evolution to the new. — Again let it be repeated, however, that
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • knew too that by dint of spiritual training and through Initiation, a
    • Galileans; the less they knew of the Christ, the more emphasis they
    • still knew something of the spiritual universe reaching down into
    • Newer geological strata always overlay those that are older and the
    • newer must be pierced before we can reach those that lie below. It is
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    • knew too that by dint of spiritual training and through Initiation, a
    • Galileans; the less they knew of the Christ, the more emphasis they
    • still knew something of the spiritual universe reaching down into
    • Newer geological strata always overlay those that are older and the
    • newer must be pierced before we can reach those that lie below. It is
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    • close our accounts with the old time. For the NEW time can only be
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • turn to the new thoughts, which are now beginning to be active.
    • forces ray out that can give rise to a new social structure.
    • world between death and a new birth. Read my descriptions of the
    • the life between death and a new birth.
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    • close our accounts with the old time. For the NEW time can only be
    • ourselves that we can carry over into the new time the things which
    • turn to the new thoughts, which are now beginning to be active.
    • forces ray out that can give rise to a new social structure.
    • world between death and a new birth. Read my descriptions of the
    • the life between death and a new birth.
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    • Saturn epoch to a new epoch, it had to change, for it became
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • upon our astral body, if during the time between death and a new
    • death and a new birth and contains forces which must be active, in
    • order that we may once more enter a new incarnation. Many things are
    • needed in order that we may enter a new incarnation! Many things,
    • time between death and a new birth, as a mighty spherical form.
    • spiritual science. When someone has a new idea to-day and invents
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
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    • Saturn epoch to a new epoch, it had to change, for it became
    • “Inner Being of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth”.]
    • upon our astral body, if during the time between death and a new
    • death and a new birth and contains forces which must be active, in
    • order that we may once more enter a new incarnation. Many things are
    • needed in order that we may enter a new incarnation! Many things,
    • time between death and a new birth, as a mighty spherical form.
    • spiritual science. When someone has a new idea to-day and invents
    • something quite new, he does this because the ancient spiritual
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    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • Material through new forms which through metamorphoses from within,
    • What we ourselves have to create is essentially new — in
    • and in its very essence, new.
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • absolutely and in essence new. Naturally, it will arise in a form as
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
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    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • Material through new forms which through metamorphoses from within,
    • What we ourselves have to create is essentially new — in
    • and in its very essence, new.
    • have before us the expression of an altogether new impulse, whereby
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • absolutely and in essence new. Naturally, it will arise in a form as
    • new world of life arising. A man who quickens and transforms his very
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • liberation and redemption, unto a new knowledge of the Eternal within
    • human souls knew in their very depths: “It must be so indeed:
    • dream-clairvoyance of which he knew full well: “We have come
    • born.” But not only so; the souls of primæval humanity knew
    • stature. Yet at the same time they knew Him as a Being who, if we may
    • worlds — He will seek a new sphere of His existence. He will
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • Freedom. He, whom man on Earth had forgotten, appeared again in a new
    • in the new Science of Initiation. Then only shall we take hold of the
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    • transparent to himself. He knew with certainty: I am a soul, and I
    • ancient times, he even knew of certain details of the life of soul
    • liberation and redemption, unto a new knowledge of the Eternal within
    • human souls knew in their very depths: “It must be so indeed:
    • dream-clairvoyance of which he knew full well: “We have come
    • born.” But not only so; the souls of primæval humanity knew
    • stature. Yet at the same time they knew Him as a Being who, if we may
    • worlds — He will seek a new sphere of His existence. He will
    • the initiates knew that the Being who afterwards was called Christ,
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • learned from those who knew, that a real God dwelt in the human being
    • Freedom. He, whom man on Earth had forgotten, appeared again in a new
    • in the new Science of Initiation. Then only shall we take hold of the
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    • The Gods who stand above man in the various Hierarchies knew only of
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • a new urge and impetus to the whole life of man on Earth.
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    • The Gods who stand above man in the various Hierarchies knew only of
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • a new urge and impetus to the whole life of man on Earth.
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    • the fore during the Middle Ages and from which sprang the new
    • so in the darkness there arose a new mode of knowledge and a new
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
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    • the fore during the Middle Ages and from which sprang the new
    • so in the darkness there arose a new mode of knowledge and a new
    • scholars would have us believe. The Greeks knew the reality of the
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • new birth with what is taking place here in the physical world, and,
    • know this establish a new pathology. Hic Rhodus, hic salta, now
    • through the time between death and a new birth. But he remains
    • death and a new birth, and so he becomes able to work upon the world
    • time between death and a new birth, practises this tolerance both in
    • death and a new birth, man advances more slowly in order that he may
    • reason, and not because they knew less than the astronomers of today,
    • Death and a New Birth which I gave a few years ago in Vienna. But
    • new way of access to our souls. That is the difference. They now work
    • period between death and a new birth man must have the inner Feeling
    • once more a new piece of knowledge, the knowledge should also be
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    • between death and a new birth, and the physical world interpenetrate.
    • new birth with what is taking place here in the physical world, and,
    • know this establish a new pathology. Hic Rhodus, hic salta, now
    • through the time between death and a new birth. But he remains
    • death and a new birth, and so he becomes able to work upon the world
    • time between death and a new birth, practises this tolerance both in
    • death and a new birth, man advances more slowly in order that he may
    • reason, and not because they knew less than the astronomers of today,
    • Death and a New Birth which I gave a few years ago in Vienna. But
    • new way of access to our souls. That is the difference. They now work
    • period between death and a new birth man must have the inner Feeling
    • once more a new piece of knowledge, the knowledge should also be
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    • How can Osiris be awakened to new life? Man must work towards the
    • build on old but through a new impulse.
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    • death and also leads a life between death and a new birth. Even from
    • through the Gate of Death and in new form experiences new destinies
    • institute new things in opposition to what had proved beneficial for
    • newcomers brought about, not while the other was extending beneficent
    • that he knew that in the North men had a God, that was the same God
    • spiritual things. The Greek knew how to picture something of Osiris,
    • same time, however, the Egyptian knew: the same God who judges men
    • in another way, so that then the new race of Gods arrives. And then
    • Because the Greek knew that human evolution had progressed, that
    • it had changed. In other words, the Greek knew that there were
    • knew that the human being stood as microcosm to macrocosm in a
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    • Fourth Epoch knew: when we look around us we see only the physical,
    • of the East knew as the constellation in which the new cosmic age was
    • East knew that they were to bring their offerings to the new
    • ancients knew: this imaginative way of writing existed in the age of
    • old concrete conception in the Imaginative-script to the newer
    • for what is to develop as the new. If we have knowledge of what once
    • existed, that can help us to further the necessary new conditions of
    • was a living process and all knew that the child up to nine or ten
    • knew in the soul: in me something is born which cosmic space has
    • Egyptians and the Greeks — these ancient peoples knew that the
    • man, the matured man, the air was certainly still there, but he knew
    • that as child he had seen something else in it. He knew that the air
    • was at the same time the bearer, the mother, of light. He knew that
    • the Greeks the Being of the Zeus-circle. Thus man knew that
    • Everyone in older times knew: ‘The perception of the day is
    • living consciousness could develop because man knew that he received
    • another in another star, and one knew that one's life was ruled from
    • knew therefore that only then had the true human being entered in.
    • revivified? How can Osiris come to new life? How does man approach
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    • essentials standing spiritually before mankind up to the new
    • But the new perceptions, the Typhon perceptions, those perceptions
    • side of men only when they are between death and a new birth.
    • from ancient times into newer times, which lost its meaning through
    • invisible statue was not noticed by people, for it was the new
    • Isis, the Isis of a new age.
    • was not an abstract new Isis, but an actual, real new Isis. The
    • real being, the new Isis.
    • circumstances, in special moments, had nevertheless seen this new
    • is the sleeping new Isis, a sleeping figure — visible —
    • visitor, once approached the sleeping figure of the new Isis, and
    • particular illusion: the new Isis had an offspring — and she
    • spirit-visitor, who was none other than the new Typhon, believed that
    • took possession of this new Isis. So the new Isis had an offspring,
    • but she did not know its nature, she knew nothing of the being of
    • this new offspring. And she moved it about, she dragged it far off
    • trailed the new offspring about, and since she had trailed and
    • Thus the new Isis had
    • in fourteen pieces. When the spirit-visitor, the new Typhon, had come
    • fourteen offspring of the new Isis had a countenance that
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    • acquainted with his civilization knew that what lives as ‘immortal’
    • post-Atlantean-period. We must transplant ourselves in a new way, my
    • of what men knew of the cosmos through his larynx.
    • knew as the Cosmic-word, was intimately linked with man, inasmuch as
    • I pointed out yesterday, people no longer knew how to connect
    • life between death and a new birth — is especially serviceable
    • read about it at the time and knew of it in other ways. These
    • discovered a new principle. He was indeed really incarcerated in a
    • Two learned gentlemen assert that Goethe knew nothing of the
    • ‘he knew nothing of the Fraunhofer Lines.’ They tell
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    • the fifth decade of his life, and he always knew that the process of
    • There must come an entirely new knowledge of the being of man. For
    • only when an entirely new knowledge of man's being is reached, will
    • come quickly and make all things new.’ And he headed it with
    • to receive that which can make all things new.
    • lo, I come quickly and make all things new.’ Somewhere
    • that the Christ-Impulse must be grasped in a new way in a new age,
    • make all things new’. He was in fact one of those men of the
    • did not see; he knew nothing of it. And this, my dear friends, shows
    • that one need not draw something new from the well of
    • Christianity. It must come quickly, he thought, a general renewal of
    • again to become old. We must learn in a new way how to become old,
    • acquiring knowledge in later years. I once knew a very famous man —
    • in something new — not just by allowing it to enter him through
    • newspaper or something of that kind — then he grows old in his
    • in the soul that one experiences something new, one is being
    • present time, one can always find in it something new that grips the
    • soul, that makes the soul young again. And many new things have
    • already been found on spiritual scientific soil — even such new
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    • star-world, with the whole universe, and knew in their own way, in a
    • in this way a new earnestness, a new profundity came into life!
    • he did not know that a new revelation of the spirit was necessary, he
    • a member out of the preserved Roman element with the newly revived
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    • again between death and a new birth — that is actually the
    • it ourselves. Between death and a new birth we come to know all the
    • spiritually, the wide universe is our home between death and a new
    • forces which we have lived through between death and a new birth,
    • beings in the period between death and a new birth. That is the
    • How then does a next earth, a new planet, arise out of this earth, on
    • piece what is to form this new planetary existence. We human beings —
    • longer knew why it was so, and the teachers who dealt with these
    • themselves. Thus I have had a newspaper given me in which these two
    • dogmatism) of the representatives of a new order, is a spectacle that
    • man formerly knew brought down certain realities out of the cosmos.
  • Title: Lecture: The Souls Progress through Repeated Earth Lives
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • period between death and a new birth with its strong inclination
    • death and a new birth.
    • through a relatively short existence between death and a new birth.
    • decisive for their life between death and a new birth. And from this
    • and a new birth; they are thus in reality old souls. They are being
    • today, this new map of Europe, is entirely created out of
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    • The ego on its way between death and a new birth develops quite
    • period between death and a new birth with its strong inclination
    • death and a new birth.
    • through a relatively short existence between death and a new birth.
    • decisive for their life between death and a new birth. And from this
    • and a new birth; they are thus in reality old souls. They are being
    • today, this new map of Europe, is entirely created out of
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    • death and a new birth to be full of strong and vital experiences. The
    • life of a man between death and a new birth is weakened when no
    • guide him aright between death and a new birth, so does the Ego weave
    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • the human being, at the beginning of a new earthly life, learns to
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth, to work in communion with the Archai.
    • a new earthly life and continue the work which will make him a free
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    • death and a new birth to be full of strong and vital experiences. The
    • life of a man between death and a new birth is weakened when no
    • guide him aright between death and a new birth, so does the Ego weave
    • live through the period between death and a new birth, but, at our
    • the human being, at the beginning of a new earthly life, learns to
    • death to a new birth can be lived through in the right manner. If
    • between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth, to work in communion with the Archai.
    • a new earthly life and continue the work which will make him a free
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    • The world towards which he turned knew little, fundamentally
    • new way of viewing the world around us. Those who imagine that the
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    • The world towards which he turned knew little, fundamentally
    • new way of viewing the world around us. Those who imagine that the
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    • new — like a sense-experience that is not recollected
    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • consciousness with all the newness and freshness of a
    • can actually be crossed with the help of newly developed faculties.
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • present — it is only a remembrance. In this new world, a higher
    • and a new birth — leads an existence in worlds of soul and
    • dependent upon the connection between this new life and the old. —
    • thither and our life proceeds in a new setting. This is destiny; but
    • Spiritual Science, a new style of architecture was created [See:
    • Ways to a New Style in Architecture (with 12 illustrations of
    • anthroposophical principles. This new style of architecture has no
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
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    • new — like a sense-experience that is not recollected
    • but enters the soul as something quite new. The point of importance
    • consciousness with all the newness and freshness of a
    • can actually be crossed with the help of newly developed faculties.
    • a new world discovered. The world of sense is no longer immediately
    • present — it is only a remembrance. In this new world, a higher
    • and a new birth — leads an existence in worlds of soul and
    • dependent upon the connection between this new life and the old. —
    • thither and our life proceeds in a new setting. This is destiny; but
    • Spiritual Science, a new style of architecture was created [See:
    • Ways to a New Style in Architecture (with 12 illustrations of
    • anthroposophical principles. This new style of architecture has no
    • for new and vitalising impulses.
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • this dual character of cognition during the Middle Ages. New
    • century onwards, and then more and more quickly; new spheres of
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    • century onwards, and then more and more quickly; new spheres of
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    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • the past three, four, five centuries, something entirely new had
    • be present. At that time, it was not necessary to expect anything new
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • much people may talk of the fact that a new age must arise out of an
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    • stand upon a firm ground. It was something completely new in
    • the past three, four, five centuries, something entirely new had
    • be present. At that time, it was not necessary to expect anything new
    • century; nevertheless, in the books of Russian writers, who knew how
    • much people may talk of the fact that a new age must arise out of an
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • between death and a new birth; he passes through the after-death
    • during the time between death and a new birth, also the etheric body
    • necessary that the new spirit, which is the outcome of spiritual
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • something entirely new must enter the world through spiritual
    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
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    • between death and a new birth; he passes through the after-death
    • during the time between death and a new birth, also the etheric body
    • necessary that the new spirit, which is the outcome of spiritual
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • something entirely new must enter the world through spiritual
    • yet it is the beginning of an entirely new impulse. We should of
    • time we should not fail to notice in this the new impulse that will
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    • most eminent minds of the day were unable to lead to a new knowledge.
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • in his etheric body. From this he knew: salt has the shape of a cube.
    • and deliberately, he dissolves the salts and gives them new form in
    • those ancient times man knew that within him the universe is reborn
    • state, man saw a new world — a world which is not the world
    • desire that the new faculty of insight — which was exactly the
    • tried by means of dogma to replace the new form of knowledge by mere
    • inner clairvoyance but by means of new clairvoyant faculties acquired
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    • most eminent minds of the day were unable to lead to a new knowledge.
    • a new experience. Indeed he could not do so, because the old reality
    • in his etheric body. From this he knew: salt has the shape of a cube.
    • and deliberately, he dissolves the salts and gives them new form in
    • those ancient times man knew that within him the universe is reborn
    • state, man saw a new world — a world which is not the world
    • desire that the new faculty of insight — which was exactly the
    • tried by means of dogma to replace the new form of knowledge by mere
    • inner clairvoyance but by means of new clairvoyant faculties acquired
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • flashing through the clouds, or the rolling thunder! He knew nothing
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • than we think he did. For instance, he knew how to coin words clearly
    • indicating that man still knew something of the connection between
    • All those decades, that make us so much older than this little newly
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • all in order to attain a new knowledge of Christ. For Christ is here,
    • extremely important task evolves upon spiritual science: the renewal
    • passing through now — and this will then be an entirely new
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • deeply, as pioneers, I might say, of a spiritual renewal — as
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • for the contents of the articles in the “Anthroposophic News
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    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • must learn this anew, along an entirely different path than that of
    • flashing through the clouds, or the rolling thunder! He knew nothing
    • whatever of freedom, but he knew man! Indeed, he knew more about man
    • than we think he did. For instance, he knew how to coin words clearly
    • indicating that man still knew something of the connection between
    • All those decades, that make us so much older than this little newly
    • extent. Now we must learn to grasp it anew! We should grasp anew that
    • all in order to attain a new knowledge of Christ. For Christ is here,
    • extremely important task evolves upon spiritual science: the renewal
    • passing through now — and this will then be an entirely new
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • deeply, as pioneers, I might say, of a spiritual renewal — as
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
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    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • experiences between death and a new birth, and these experiences are
    • some conception of what happens between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth to-day, man is related to earthly
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • newspapers in Germany about the alleged political aims, methods and
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • that they want the new to be somehow veiled, whenever possible, in
    • happiness or have something in the nature of a new religion! This
    • thoughts, one who is truly and in a new sense a ‘Master of the
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    • life between death and a new birth. Just as here on earth we have
    • experiences between death and a new birth, and these experiences are
    • some conception of what happens between death and a new birth.
    • between death and a new birth to-day, man is related to earthly
    • and a new birth. Only our life between death and a new birth in the
    • newspapers in Germany about the alleged political aims, methods and
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • that they want the new to be somehow veiled, whenever possible, in
    • happiness or have something in the nature of a new religion! This
    • thoughts, one who is truly and in a new sense a ‘Master of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • which this Movement for Religious Renewal has developed.
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • renewal.
    • movement for religious renewal should be drawn not only those who can
    • renewal of religion, that is to say towards a renewal of Christian
    • might be such a movement for religious renewal, which of course has
    • for the Movement for Religious Renewal; I gave what I was in a
    • new community.
    • anything to do with this Movement for Religious Renewal; above all
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • Movement for Religious Renewal. And it is important that
    • Movement for Religious Renewal.
    • statement to the effect that the Movement for Religious Renewal was
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
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    • The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the
    • calls itself ‘Movement for Religious Renewal,’ [This
    • has since been called.] for the renewal of Christianity. The
    • which this Movement for Religious Renewal has developed.
    • if Christianity is to be kept alive, a renewal of the entire
    • showed them that if it is a question of religious renewal, one must
    • renewal.
    • movement for religious renewal should be drawn not only those who can
    • renewal of religion, that is to say towards a renewal of Christian
    • might be such a movement for religious renewal, which of course has
    • for the Movement for Religious Renewal; I gave what I was in a
    • new community.
    • anything to do with this Movement for Religious Renewal; above all
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • Movement for Religious Renewal. And it is important that
    • Movement for Religious Renewal.
    • statement to the effect that the Movement for Religious Renewal was
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • between death and a new birth, so that we were able to gain many
    • death and a new birth. Between birth and death, all this is drawn
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • death. Throughout the time between death and a new birth, we have an
    • between death and a new birth.
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • substance for new experiences. Even the manner in which we grasp our
    • a new experience, for our earthly senses do not enable us to
    • actions. Between death and a new birth, we therefore pass through our
    • things. It abandons us, and a new state of-existence begins for us
    • A new experience now
    • enjoy here, DURING OUR LIFE BETWEEN DEATH AND A NEW BIRTH, WE SHARE
    • learn to know a new and higher portion of spiritual science, we
    • world, we believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As
    • we gather from this? That in the Middle Ages, people still knew this,
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    • between death and a new birth, so that we were able to gain many
    • death and a new birth. Between birth and death, all this is drawn
    • importance for the whole subsequent life between death and a new
    • before our soul throughout our life between death and a new birth, if
    • death. Throughout the time between death and a new birth, we have an
    • between death and a new birth.
    • new birth, we really exist everywhere in the world; we live in it
    • accompanies us throughout our life between death and a new birth and
    • substance for new experiences. Even the manner in which we grasp our
    • a new experience, for our earthly senses do not enable us to
    • actions. Between death and a new birth, we therefore pass through our
    • things. It abandons us, and a new state of-existence begins for us
    • A new experience now
    • enjoy here, DURING OUR LIFE BETWEEN DEATH AND A NEW BIRTH, WE SHARE
    • learn to know a new and higher portion of spiritual science, we
    • world, we believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As
    • we gather from this? That in the Middle Ages, people still knew this,
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
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    • tragedy, contains the most precious seeds of the new, constructive
    • that in an evolution that has gone through three phases, newcomers to
    • fail to sense the fresh, new, burgeoning, sprouting life of the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
    • that new enterprise, with the frequent result that a person who made
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    • tragedy, contains the most precious seeds of the new, constructive
    • that in an evolution that has gone through three phases, newcomers to
    • fail to sense the fresh, new, burgeoning, sprouting life of the
    • Anthroposophical Society, namely, that people no longer knew what to
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    • opponents of the new Spiritual Science. Does not this new Spiritual Science
    • of the New Year is a kind of sign marking the progress of time generally; and
    • printers' ink in the newspapers, and this printers' ink possesses infinitely
    • book on the “Psychology of Newspaper Readers”: what he has to say
    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
    • everything. On these two principal qualities, possessed by all newspaper
    • Newspaper editors thoroughly understand the soul of their readers, they nurse
    • the beliefs of their readers with tender care. A newspaper never brings to
    • come to think what a power newspapers have in the 19th century and the large
    • through the minds of mankind on the wings of the newspapers of today.
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    • opponents of the new Spiritual Science. Does not this new Spiritual Science
    • of the New Year is a kind of sign marking the progress of time generally; and
    • printers' ink in the newspapers, and this printers' ink possesses infinitely
    • book on the “Psychology of Newspaper Readers”: what he has to say
    • reader of newspapers is a much muddled person. His countless valuable
    • everything. On these two principal qualities, possessed by all newspaper
    • Newspaper editors thoroughly understand the soul of their readers, they nurse
    • the beliefs of their readers with tender care. A newspaper never brings to
    • come to think what a power newspapers have in the 19th century and the large
    • through the minds of mankind on the wings of the newspapers of today.
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    • Spiritual science can help us penetrate to a realm where new possibilities
    • includes the time between death and a new birth.
    • works in the large span of life between death and a new birth. What
    • man largely spends his time in Devachan working on the new form he is
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    • intended for the purpose of bringing newer members up to the level,
    • cannot be immediately understood by every newcomer. But there is
    • such a way that they are equally suitable for newcomers. We could
    • continue like a newspaper serial, where the thirty-eighth installment
    • respects, not new.
    • and newly-hatched fools, that when they have seen everything, they
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    • place, and with this division came a new impulse for the
    • of original sin. And now we come to something else: an entirely new
    • man takes. You create a new man within you consisting of this mineral
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    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
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    • created the cosmos, man has to permeate himself with a new rhythm if
    • he wants to share in the creating of a new cosmos. It is
    • and has not yet attained a new inner one. Man has outgrown nature —
    • the old order left. In new spheres man has first of all to create a
    • new order. That is why men can see facts today, like the fall in
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    • newcomers to anthroposophy to understand at first. Man passes through
    • born again. In our new life it can well be that because of hereditary
    • overcoming of this illness brings an entirely new impulse, like a
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    • Devachan, pass into a new incarnation. In this new incarnation it
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • can confirm that earth conditions changed to something completely new
    • were always taking in new things, and by so doing they really became
    • but it happens again in ever new forms. The anthroposophical movement
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    • ego received nothing new in a further incarnation, man would not be
    • acquired new impetus by the time man passes through the portal of
    • death and has to prepare for a new incarnation. The point is that man
    • acquires new factors of development and is constantly adding to his
    • the whole being of the lily of the valley slips more into the newly
    • and a new birth. Yet there is a tremendous difference between man and
    • and evolution, every new plant is an exact repetition of the last
    • have just realised that man receives new possibilities of development
    • evolving appears at a higher stage. Where does this new element
    • man receives and takes in something new? I beg you to follow very
    • of joy that is something quite new. Man experiences a number of
    • totally new things that have nothing to do with his previous
    • has entirely new experiences, independent of previous causes.
    • education; man alone can continually add something new to what is
    • adding something new. On the Moon his development had not reached the
    • point where he would have been capable of adding anything new to his
    • wheel becomes faulty, so you replace it with a new one. Now you have
    • the old carriage but a new wheel. Suppose that after a while a second
    • carriage and two new wheels. Similarly you replace the third and
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    • series of 10 lectures entitled Life between Death and a New Birth
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    • constantly new sides. Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • the next incarnation must be drawn from the Sun sphere, for renewal
    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • Experiences during the life between death and the new birth. At a
    • the spiritual world that which bears a new life germinally within it,
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and a New Birth
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    • constantly new sides. Since the last third of the nineteenth century
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • study things again and again from constantly new sides. One example
    • furthermore been possible to open up new ways for contemplating the
    • the life between death and a new birth. The same subject will,
    • Between death and the new birth a human being
    • between death and the new birth — which is, in fact, existence
    • new impressions are made upon us. It is in exceptional circumstances
    • more concerned to study from somewhat new points of view those
    • death and the new birth we are actually together with those who
    • upon a new recognition by men of those great ancestors whose souls
    • Kamaloka, we begin to have a new understanding of works of a divinely
    • the period between death and the new birth, when we are confronting
    • of the life between death and the new birth, to establish conditions
    • considering and the later period between death and the new birth when
    • in the next sphere, the Venus-sphere; but new conditions then begin.
    • automatically corrected but in the life between death and the new
    • new birth; but the errors have to be corrected while we are in the
    • feelings they form the basis for a new conception of life. A monistic
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    • Lucifer or Christ. Forces needed for renewal of the etheric body in
    • the next incarnation must be drawn from the Sun sphere, for renewal
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • the new birth. Obviously, what will be said from a comparatively new
    • if we were to come into a new incarnation with the forces of the
    • new incarnation. In earthly existence — as is evident even to
    • reveals that in the life between death and the new birth we acquire
    • new birth we expand into the Universe, the Cosmos, and we have to
    • beings between death and the new birth are investigated, it will be
    • between death and the new birth of a moral or immoral disposition of
    • between death and the new birth. Something more than was necessary in
    • well in the Sun sphere between death and the new birth, it is
    • Taking the life between death and the new birth as a
    • sayings in the New Testament occurs when Christ Jesus is endeavouring
    • It is in the Sun sphere between death and the new birth
    • the new birth, we have to discover what can be called the Akashic
    • renewal of our etheric body for the next incarnation; whereas the
    • renewal of their etheric bodies. But these possibilities ceased as
    • evolution proceeded and this was necessary because new forces must
    • less possible for men during the period between death and the new
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    • has already been indicated about the life between death and the new
    • new birth the individual concerned must undergo all the suffering
    • the new birth; but such help can only be given to the dead from the
    • far rather have made a most striking impression upon you? If we knew
    • death and the new birth.
    • by the dead during their life between death and the new birth will
    • the new birth.
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    • between death and the new birth, and that during this period its
    • between death and a new birth he is connected with the forces
    • with the forces of the stars between death and the new birth. The
    • is different during the period of existence between death and the new
    • at a point. There comes a period between death and the new birth when
    • actually how things are during the life between death and the new
    • death and the new birth he is conscious of what is happening to him.
    • death and the new birth. The difference is actually only a state of
    • might ask in vain: Is there now Full Moon or New Moon? This does not
    • epoch — in a quite different way. They knew about the secrets
    • that between death and the new birth they would experience the
    • actual experience and the men of those times knew a great deal about
    • between death and the new birth. People would have thought it very
    • Anthroposophy! Nothing new is imposed upon souls but what they
    • through in the period between death and the new birth. These
    • the new birth, consciousness can still be kindled in a human being in
    • being when he is preparing for a new incarnation.
    • study the life between death and the new birth in even greater
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    • between death and the new birth. We have heard how during that period
    • the new birth we actually become inhabitants, in succession, of Moon,
    • Earth, how at each new incarnation the human being finds that the
    • pass between death and a new birth. Like our Earth, these heavenly
    • only between death and a new birth.
    • pass between death and the new birth in order to enter in the right
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    • studies of man's life between death and the new birth. The question
    • of existence between death and the new birth. All the forces that
    • new birth he experiences that higher ‘I’ of which we can
    • between death and the new birth. It is then that his true ‘I’
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    • until the Mystery of Golgotha when the new impulse was given to
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • new light upon many topics we have already studied from a different
    • including the existence between death and the new birth, is possible
    • always to give out openly what he, as an Initiate, knew; for in the
    • knew in the way of which he would have been capable. Nevertheless his
    • new must radiate into human souls in order that after death there
    • might be a life in the real sense. This new impulse streamed into the
    • the life on Earth when they return to new incarnations.
    • qualities were in evidence; but then entirely new trends appeared and
    • qualities which enabled them to bring a new impulse into the
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    • the spiritual world that which bears a new life germinally within it,
    • entitled Life between Death and a New Birth in Relation to Cosmic
    • is that we die. The forces that are renewed during the night are
    • time to which I have just referred, between death and the new birth,
    • the new birth when we feel as if the whole universe were within us
    • To understand this we must be clear that the new human
    • and the new birth. It is the spiritual embryo, the spiritual seed of
    • the period between death and the new birth, when we are looking down
    • the seer, the most significant moment between death and the new birth
    • by the seer when, as he follows a soul between death and the new
    • which bears a new life germinally within it. This is the moment of
    • assimilated is transformed into faculties for the new incarnation.
    • death and the new birth of souls who have already passed beyond the
    • existence between death and the new birth. Herein is revealed the
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    • the period of existence between death and the new birth.
    • Hierarchies with whom he has made contact between death and the new
    • necessarily choose in our life between death and the new birth, is
    • one of the other worlds. Between death and the new birth he is able,
    • upon them the forces needed for fashioning a new life, but they were
    • death and the new birth are also connected in a certain way as causes
    • between death and the new birth. We need not despair about them for
    • they will be born in a new earthly life and by that time there will
    • Earth are the decisive factor for the life between death and the new
    • the new birth, and the aim has been to show that if Anthroposophy
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    • the soul acquires the forces by means of which it can build up a new
    • the soul then passes on to new conditions.
    • region the soul must be able to lay the foundation for a new
    • death and the new birth: first it experiences inwardly the fruits of
    • soul needs in order to shape a new life are gradually impressed into
    • The external progress of mankind originates in the new
    • various culture-epochs progress and new impulses take effect. But as
    • holds good, although light is shed upon it from the new points of
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    • that which includes Christmas and the New Year. When we take these
    • approached the human soul in a quite new way. But if then, after
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    • evolution. They knew well enough that the necessary reason for the
    • the coming of a new world-order. Hence one can say that through many,
    • be brought to light and renewed by the resources of spiritual
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    • clothe with a new covering, an Earth-vesture, the part of man that
    • Paul knew well that this consciousness of a connection
    • in a new way by men; they had to be enabled to free this spirit, in a
    • stirred by the way in which the tree allows a new sprout to be
    • taken abstractly, but as words that rise new-minted from the
    • elemental depths of his soul: Romans XI. 13–24. (From the New
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    • I knew that many meanings can be attached to the Holy
    • her bridegroom in her lap and weeping over him. But I knew that
    • to serve this God. But he knew nothing of what this God was, and when
    • far as he could, with the Mystery of Golgotha, of which Parsifal knew
    • revived astrology, sees the thing called the Grail. Then I knew that
    • Kyot is not to be given up; I knew that he discloses an important
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    • renewed; it sinks into the Grail like a rejuvenating nourishment —
    • your attention is also a fact from the new times that the fifth
    • the spirit of this new epoch — so much so that what he
    • a time is coming when the old Astrology will live again in a new
    • materialist wants us to believe, but also with a soul. He knew this
    • new epoch, writing in this way:
    • pulsed, as the new age came in, the Christ-filled Astrology which
    • wrote a man out of the most devout mood of soul; a man who knew that
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • the new influence — to recognise something of the spiritual
    • influences flowing from unconscious sources to meet the new age. He
    • Mysteries in the new way — with the powers of the innocent soul
    • Thus we see how the new age declares itself; how the
    • soul of Parsifal is related to the new, subconscious, historical
    • itself — how it represents the renewing in a different form of
    • Moon-Mother now touched by Christ, the new Eve, the bearer of the
    • stellar script which has to be made new; let us see how all that is
    • then newly in the Virgin Mother; of the Jahve-god who became Ruler of
    • into the Earth's aura and became the new Lord of the Earth; by
    • script again in a new form.
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    • Now during earthly evolution they enter again not into what is new
    • philosophy. Then comes the period from Scotus Erigena up to the new
    • Yet is new world by ranks of mine created.
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    • yourselves with the new edition of my book,
    • Now during earthly evolution they enter again not into what is new
    • philosophy. Then comes the period from Scotus Erigena up to the new
    • Yet is new world by ranks of mine created.
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    • during the previous day, would have to admit, if he knew the truth,
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
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    • during the previous day, would have to admit, if he knew the truth,
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
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    • to ever new achievements in the realm of knowing and in the realm of
    • knowledge that wishes to penetrate humanity's evolution in a new way,
    • it wishes to arise in the way some new kind of religious faith is
    • to be called scientific, is something new in the progress of
    • knowledge in human evolution. It is not new, however, in every
    • itself is renewed, and we do not thereby get the crippled, dead
    • that people will be able to read a newspaper by its light alone,
    • natural science is unable to observe what arises anew out of the
    • knowledge is what lives between death and a new birth. It is what
    • new birth.
    • death and a new birth. Something is active there that we have
    • more significance for the life between death and a new birth than for
    • perceptions. Spiritual investigation, which is something new even for
    • out of the dim depths of the spirit in a new way.
    • and lives between death and a new birth, which again spin themselves
    • ordinary consciousness, acquires a new relationship to destiny.
    • spiritual world between death and a new birth is founded on what
    • others that show how well Goethe knew that when the human being
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    • the spiritual world between death and a new birth. Since there
    • we must acquire for the life between death and a new birth. Here on
    • They knew these things well and withheld them from humanity (again,
    • being if we knew only the skeletal system. Imagine that you were
    • apart at the turning-point of a new epoch when the way to America was
    • between death and a new birth but also, while we are here in the
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    • the Anthroposophic News Sheet, printed on the 22nd of August, 1937.
    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • riddles, and when we enter the spiritual world we shall discover new
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
    • Being and His Life Between Death and a New Birth,” Lectures
    • and a new birth. Just as our memory supplies us with an
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • far more encompassing way between death and a new birth. When trying
    • death and a new birth, a whole wealth of experiences which are
    • and a new birth it is indeed so that things which may otherwise be
    • between death and a new birth.
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • Because man knew something about the spiritual world (although this
    • new birth, not only the power to mould our life during the time
    • between death and a new birth, but also
    • a new birth over and above our own requirement. We can therefore see
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    • the Anthroposophic News Sheet, printed on the 22nd of August, 1937.
    • new birth, and so forth. But it is quite possible to speak, not only
    • riddles, and when we enter the spiritual world we shall discover new
    • that during our life between death and a new birth every situation
    • Being and His Life Between Death and a New Birth,” Lectures
    • and a new birth. Just as our memory supplies us with an
    • Ego-consciousness between death and a new birth.
    • far more encompassing way between death and a new birth. When trying
    • death and a new birth, a whole wealth of experiences which are
    • and a new birth it is indeed so that things which may otherwise be
    • between death and a new birth.
    • lives between death and a new birth the person who has suffered a
    • existence between death and a new birth he has observed that his Ego
    • Because man knew something about the spiritual world (although this
    • new birth, not only the power to mould our life during the time
    • between death and a new birth, but also
    • a new birth over and above our own requirement. We can therefore see
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    • a new birth — depends on our co-existence with the various
    • of evolution goes ever onward to new forms of life. In bygone times
    • for life as a whole. They knew that the living need the dead —
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • that they arise anew in every age. They grow from the soil in which
    • The new must be developed, as I have often said; but man cannot enter
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • a new birth — depends on our co-existence with the various
    • of evolution goes ever onward to new forms of life. In bygone times
    • for life as a whole. They knew that the living need the dead —
    • life that will have to be lived through between death and a new
    • that they arise anew in every age. They grow from the soil in which
    • The new must be developed, as I have often said; but man cannot enter
    • the new life without those impulses which grow in him through
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    • I have often mentioned that a new stream of spirituality is now ready
    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
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    • nothing new of real importance to the fore. This is particularly
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    • new birth, so that we were able to gain many essential facts,
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • between death and a new birth, if we only look upon it spiritually.
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • which we must pass between death and a new birth.
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • life but they are in every way substance for new experiences. Even
    • constantly look back upon our death, is a new experience, for our
    • of our thoughts and actions. Between death and a new birth we
    • is permeated with earthly things. It abandons us, and a new state of
    • A new experience now sets in. This casting-off of the
    • we afterwards enjoy here. During our life between death and a new
    • behind with our feelings. Whenever we learn to know a new and higher
    • believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As far as
    • knew this, they knew it to the extent of being able to paint it. In
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    • new birth, so that we were able to gain many essential facts,
    • the place in which you live between death and a new birth. Between
    • life between death and a new birth. I have often mentioned this. This
    • between death and a new birth, if we only look upon it spiritually.
    • time between death and a new birth we have an ego-consciousness that
    • which we must pass between death and a new birth.
    • Between death and a new birth we really exist everywhere
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • life but they are in every way substance for new experiences. Even
    • constantly look back upon our death, is a new experience, for our
    • of our thoughts and actions. Between death and a new birth we
    • is permeated with earthly things. It abandons us, and a new state of
    • A new experience now sets in. This casting-off of the
    • we afterwards enjoy here. During our life between death and a new
    • behind with our feelings. Whenever we learn to know a new and higher
    • believe that we are constantly coming across new people. As far as
    • knew this, they knew it to the extent of being able to paint it. In
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    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • It is an experience, if you have some new sensation, or feeling which
    • added something to your soul which you did not possess before a new
    • concept, a new perception.
    • most wonderful thing, which can ever anew stand before man's
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • thoughts anew, as it were, and experiences his own activity. A large
    • portion of the life between death and a new birth consists in this —
    • thought-formations. We must learn to create these anew, with the dead
    • to show us that in those days people still knew something of what our
    • disappear. But it must be acquired anew by man. And the time must
    • anew. For this reason, the way must be prepared by Spiritual Science.
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • people read nothing but the newspapers, nowadays — compare
    • yourself! When you read this again, in the newspapers, you will find
    • Science is not something that we seek in the form of a new kind of
    • death and a new birth. Spiritual Science must give back to them,
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    • that, if we wish to consider the life between death and a new birth,
    • It is an experience, if you have some new sensation, or feeling which
    • added something to your soul which you did not possess before a new
    • concept, a new perception.
    • most wonderful thing, which can ever anew stand before man's
    • easily do, that this life between death and a new birth is an
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • which continues to live between death and a new birth, and which
    • thoughts anew, as it were, and experiences his own activity. A large
    • portion of the life between death and a new birth consists in this —
    • thought-formations. We must learn to create these anew, with the dead
    • to show us that in those days people still knew something of what our
    • disappear. But it must be acquired anew by man. And the time must
    • anew. For this reason, the way must be prepared by Spiritual Science.
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • people read nothing but the newspapers, nowadays — compare
    • yourself! When you read this again, in the newspapers, you will find
    • Science is not something that we seek in the form of a new kind of
    • death and a new birth. Spiritual Science must give back to them,
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    • ended in 1899. How the vision will come to a few. This new
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    • how new conceptions and new world-secrets have from time to time
    • out his life between death and a new birth. Thus the Archangel goes
    • his life between death and a new birth, in order at a later
    • the hierarchic rank abandoned, sometimes to the new hierarchy taken
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    • being actually produces something new. A fourth element is thus
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    • immediate present the transition from the old vision to the new. They
    • knew that it was the beating of the ‘ I ’; he
    • knew: ‘That which thus beats I am able to perceive, and I shall
    • anew after it has gone through the three earlier states, Saturn, Sun
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    • in a very remarkable manner. Persia knew little of the Luciferic
    • of Ahriman which came from another direction; and he knew more, he
    • knew that the exposure to the Ahrimanic influence is the consequence
    • North, and they only knew from memory that the spiritual world had
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    • epoch. Every time new beings were born in the soft, plastic,
    • new capacities begin to develop in man. These will at first appear in
    • experience a renewal of that which St. Paul saw in etheric
    • Christ’. There will be a new manifestation of Christ, a
    • human body, show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way, as it
    • news of Him there, and to testify to His power on that plane. But
    • is to be the new Christ-revelation.
    • fantasy, everything that the first pioneers of the new
    • have to look up into the etheric world for a new manifestation of
    • can again be understood. Now if a people experiences the new age with
    • new human capacities, on the very ground on which bloomed the
    • When this human soul gazes out into the new world, with
    • the new clairvoyance which begins with etheric clairvoyance, it will
    • the human soul will have gone through a new development. All the
    • mankind in a newer etheric vision, which in reality refers to the
    • clairvoyance, — instead of developing the new by means of new
    • during the Kali Yuga has been developed as a healthy force into a new
    • will make the new men capable of seeing the new manifestation of
    • times that which is to come, know that the new spiritual
    • arouse the new gradually evolving clairvoyance in the human breast,
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • earth-sphere, would combine with the moon-substance to produce that new kingdom
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    • receive new impulses into his life of soul, and we will turn our attention
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • earth-sphere, would combine with the moon-substance to produce that new kingdom
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    • Christ? I am not asking whether the Jewish people knew the name of
    • in saying: “Judaism had Christ; Judaism knew Christ.” It
    • know the Lord; they knew not the divine in such a way as to connect
    • of life in the body man's consciousness were such that he knew
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    • we feel certain that from the ripening of the old seeds a new
    • through which they have to pass between death and a new birth, and it
    • the life between death and a new birth.
    • it through the life that lies between death and a new birth. It will
    • his whole being, and it will permeate his new Earth-life when he
    • endowment, our inner nature between death and a new birth, to such an
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    • The New Testament has been written; the New Testament
    • understanding of the New Testament to be reached. In the future, men
    • contribute to an understanding of the New Testament. The
    • understanding comes about gradually, but the New Testament is written
    • New Testament is not without significance, even if we cannot yet
    • which they are imparted in the New Testament, we need knowledge of
    • his bond with Christ, even if he does not form it anew. Between the
    • sense described, and the souls who knew her will never feel
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    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia,
    • THE SEARCH FOR THE NEW ISIS,
    • SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK 10977
    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia, first
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    • innermost part of the soul it must be born anew; that man must in the
    • feeling concerning Christ Jesus must be sought. We need a new
    • breadths of heaven, they knew the mystery of the widths of space and
    • to Christ We need to have again in a new form that which led on the
    • My dear friends, we need a new path. Once again the
    • new way on the course of the world.” When we look rightly on
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    • not only wrote down in their own particular writing what they knew as
    • found again and is able hereafter to continue his activity in a new
    • present, He exists, as the Christmas carol proclaims each year anew:
    • Sophia. If we wish to renew the Isis legend, we cannot take it in the
    • lost Osiris. We must set out in search of the dead body of the new
    • with the force of the Christ, with the force of the new Osiris. We
    • Christ, with the new Osiris, we must set out in search of Isis, the
    • new Isis. Lucifer does not cut Isis in pieces, as Ahriman-Typhon did
    • the new Isis which go to make the great firmament of the heavens.
    • acquired through the newly-found Isis, so that the whole heavens
    • through the newly-found power of Isis, which is now become the power
    • The Christmas Mystery must be grasped anew by modern
    • find the impulses needed for a renewal, then this community, which
    • not happen, and that many things must be given a new content, so
    • that instead of acting out of old habits, we act out of new and fresh
    • phrases of our age. But it must happen, a new content must come —
    • a content which can give us entirely new feelings that stir us
    • first Christian centuries, and who knew that the Mystery of
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    • The Search for the New Isis, Divine Sophia,
    • the period between death and a new birth, during the time through
    • between death and a new birth, out of those worlds whence came the
    • death but to the life between death and a new birth — from that
    • new forces because of Christ's approach. The pure-hearted shepherds
    • narrated in the New Testament when we try to fathom the nature
    • Isis, of the new Isis, of the divine Sophia whom man must find if the
    • thought and will can continue. What must arise is a new kind of
    • knowledge, a new kind of willing in all domains. We must familiarise
    • civilisation, new forms may arise, forms that are truly new.
    • hearts, into your souls, that you may be capable of creating new
    • forms. You can only create these new forms when you have faith that
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    • that are so superficial, that they do not want to get down to a new
    • inner knowledge on the one side and strive for a new outer
    • that of the new public that is coming to art practically unprepared.
    • a new ‘Economic Council’ was recently formed. Out of
    • “The idea of this Threefoldness is not new. It was
    • renewal also of the external, practical capacities of man, out of his
    • in man need a health-bringing renewal. What we need is a new
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    • Church, says the following: “Thus a new conception of the world
    • divine power and wisdom in the newly discovered starry worlds,
    • in the spirit-worlds of Anthroposophy new marvels of divine power and
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    • “Anthroposophy” is by no means a new name. When some years
    • to something new. For us it does not mean, “Knowledge of human
    • Science.” And this name is even less new than the name
    • development of humanity as a new thing-. And thus the necessity arose
    • something new entered the mental evolution of mankind, and that as a
    • result of this new element, spiritual science is to be something
    • similarly new for the investigation of spiritual worlds.
    • and fruit, a new plant again develops out of the seed; and when we have
    • plant within it, and that a new plant arises from the g-germ.
    • earth-life. And just as truly as the plant-seed develops a new plant,
    • does that which is the kernel of man's being develop a new earth-life.
    • This new human being can be seen in the present one, for it becomes
    • — are awakened. And as spiritual science is something new
    • not a new name for something old, but something really new — just
    • as present-day natural science is new as compared with the natural
    • science of the Middle Ages, its art too must be something new and
    • different from existing works of art. Gothic art came forward as new,
    • art is of value may despise the Gothic; in the same way may a new style
    • be abused, which arises out of a new way of feeling.
    • beginning of something which is arising out of a new view of the world,
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    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • feeling, with new life.
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • For example, men begin the year with the present New Year's Day, the
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • old clairvoyance men knew that they were the expressions — not,
    • power of the Christ, the power of the new wisdom which permeates the
    • unwillingness to realize the necessity of renewal — the need,
    • feeling, with new life.
    • This impulse of renewal is needed
    • For example, men begin the year with the present New Year's Day, the
    • previous year; so that in reality the new year can begin in March at
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    • world and there made fruitful in the period between death and a new
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • significance lies in the new experiences which souls were unable to
    • Zeus feeling. He then knew what inner tensions this feeling could
    • change between the old and the new, and from this point of view
    • a new epoch, and what the Greeks had been able to experience within
    • these new heights of church art only by disregarding that command.
    • the day of wakening, in a new form, in Michelangelo. But whereas in
    • about his new task, the painting of the ceiling of the Sistine
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • before us in this female figure. Thus Michelangelo, who knew so well
    • into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
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    • world and there made fruitful in the period between death and a new
    • birth until it appears in a new life: so that a real progress and
    • significance lies in the new experiences which souls were unable to
    • Zeus feeling. He then knew what inner tensions this feeling could
    • change between the old and the new, and from this point of view
    • a new epoch, and what the Greeks had been able to experience within
    • these new heights of church art only by disregarding that command.
    • the day of wakening, in a new form, in Michelangelo. But whereas in
    • about his new task, the painting of the ceiling of the Sistine
    • living within the new. This is particularly evident in that work
    • before us in this female figure. Thus Michelangelo, who knew so well
    • into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
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    • deceased. Acquiring new concepts to understand the spiritual world.
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    • are dreaming of something completely new. We can indeed have dreams
    • therefore completely new. But in each case, we will have had a
    • and a new birth. It is everywhere and we have to pass through it; we
    • present, only a few people are beginning to experience this new
    • is still relatively new; therefore, now that people's longing for the
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    • he had the strength to say what he said because he knew: The best part of
    • relationship to spiritual science is to acquire new concepts, new
    • as they exist between death and a new birth, and you know what we say
    • had to be “staged.” Such a production required new things
    • knew then in Leipzig that I could use the expression I chose and that
    • what he initially thought it was. This new quality lived in the
    • whom you knew, become the best helpers to aid spiritual science in
    • more and more people will come to see the need to develop new
    • concepts, new ideas, sentiments, and attitudes for a true
    • now that newspapers in every language are saying things about the
    • the public what it does not understand anyway. The newspapers have
    • in the newspapers. The articles and clichés are passed on from
    • again how earnestly we must try to understand the new that is to grow
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    • while from the work on our new building in Dornach.
    • anthroposophy can have for us, for our soul. People new to
    • are created anew each morning. That is unlikely, but the truly
    • between death and a new birth. I will not present this connection
    • between death and new birth.
    • ancient religious leaders knew their times, and also knew that they
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    • Acquiring new concepts to understand the spiritual world. A
    • above all, by looking at new ideas and concepts we will need if we
    • want to understand the clairvoyant sphere — new, that is, in
    • and gradually reach a new state. This step-by-step growth of the soul
    • relationship to the beings of the higher world. This new attitude and
    • behind, and a new one is acquired on ascending into a higher world.
    • everyday life; they must give us concepts that are new and different
    • already have and don't want to create new ones. When people in our
    • Dornach in a completely new style. That building is, of course,
    • gradually, and only if we do not apply old words to this new
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    • I knew very well that the
    • the mentality of a certain historical period. I knew exactly what
    • incarnations on earth, and between each death and new birth in the
    • Christian centuries, the friend whom we knew in her short life here
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    • many new life forces and these then begin to proliferate; the human
    • to feel that this new principle must be applied. Otherwise we deny
    • death and a new birth. Then we would return to pitiful conditions in
    • will come when we will have to live in freedom. And even if new
    • to come down and proclaim news of the spiritual world, people would
    • air. However, they always knew it was necessary to form the
    • spiritual world. We must imbue ourselves with new images that can
    • weaving in our new perception of the reality of the spiritual world.
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    • call for a newspaper that contained a small occasional poem by
    • the new apparition. The farmer made one or two feeble attempts to
    • the area, people who knew that he came from there asked him what he
    • knew about Hellenism and then look with sadness at modern culture,
    • chaos of blossoms, rot, blood, newts, golden fruits, blue eyes, harp
    • to know Venice so well that years later he still knew all the nooks
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    • together again into a new creation, breathing into it a certain life,
    • in the New Testament and sayings and precepts in the Old Testament
    • all these things have a new setting. What is important is not the
    • give them a new shade of meaning. This shade of meaning is always
    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • knows, for the water is certainly entirely new; it is flowing onwards
    • then you will discover why, during the period indicated, new
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • very first steps — towards a new form of art. The attempt that
    • that is why we had to try to work according to an entirely new
    • a new principle of art which can be designated by saying: When
    • imperfections are bound to be. Everything new that comes into the
    • the past. These are in full flower, and the new is still in infancy —
    • renewing a truly artistic conception of the world and its connection
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    • together again into a new creation, breathing into it a certain life,
    • in the New Testament and sayings and precepts in the Old Testament
    • all these things have a new setting. What is important is not the
    • give them a new shade of meaning. This shade of meaning is always
    • different in the Old Testament and the New Testament. What came to
    • knows, for the water is certainly entirely new; it is flowing onwards
    • then you will discover why, during the period indicated, new
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • very first steps — towards a new form of art. The attempt that
    • that is why we had to try to work according to an entirely new
    • a new principle of art which can be designated by saying: When
    • imperfections are bound to be. Everything new that comes into the
    • the past. These are in full flower, and the new is still in infancy —
    • renewing a truly artistic conception of the world and its connection
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    • world between death and a new birth, and it was a very long time
    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
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    • before they brought themselves to descend again into new bodies. It
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    • articles in the “Anthroposophic News Sheet” attaches only
    • published in “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, 15 October,
    • of this lecture containing many details was published in the News
    • November in the News Sheet.
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • new Karma, but understanding gives rise to a store of wealth in the
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    • published in “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, 15 October,
    • of this lecture containing many details was published in the News
    • November in the News Sheet.
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • new Karma, but understanding gives rise to a store of wealth in the
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    • January, 1944 “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, Dornach,
    • their egoism. Religious faiths will pass through the renewal which
    • of East and West; a religious renewal will come when human souls will
    • spiritual culture is permeated by it. We do not read any newspaper
    • things to come, live in our soul, we are filled by a new feeling,
    • advertisements in all the local newspapers making propaganda for the
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    • January, 1944 “Anthroposophic News Sheet”, Dornach,
    • their egoism. Religious faiths will pass through the renewal which
    • of East and West; a religious renewal will come when human souls will
    • spiritual culture is permeated by it. We do not read any newspaper
    • things to come, live in our soul, we are filled by a new feeling,
    • advertisements in all the local newspapers making propaganda for the
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    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • through the life between death and a new birth, but the whole of
    • something we need, something new, and in the present cycle of
    • life between death and a new birth.
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    • perceive a new world which seems to come out of our own being. We
    • through the life between death and a new birth, but the whole of
    • something we need, something new, and in the present cycle of
    • life between death and a new birth.
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    • of a new language. It would be possible to learn to read Greek and only
    • afterwards to discover that the New Testament was written in that
    • mastering a new language, and it contains as much — and as little
    • man's being unless we acquire these new concepts. People who believe
    • back what it has given. ‘But it is something new that it receives,
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    • the thought disappears and must always be renewed. The stone, however,
    • it must be kindled anew by outer perception? We say the stone
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    • explained in the News Sheet for Members when describing the Free
    • knew who stood nearer to the cosmos than we do today, who had a naive
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    • of man is submerged whenever he sleeps and arises anew when he wakes.
    • further and further, a second man within us of whom we knew
    • to it — you become aware of something new in your whole being.
    • spatial, something new, the actual spiritual world, now approaches
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    • we acquire these new concepts.
    • to a new life on earth, becomes wholly spiritual. It cannot be grasped
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    • are created anew — out of nothing, as it were — every time
    • us like a new world, a world, indeed, that we do not merely feel but
    • past. Between death and a new birth this ego has undergone an evolution
    • die the world takes back what it has given. But it is something new
    • world. He now sees in a new light the two thoughts that I have put before
    • appear in a new light, for we begin to feel ourselves akin to the cosmos
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    • with senses. Imagination leads man to a new world.
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    • next life on earth, germinating between death and a new birth and growing
    • further life between death and a new birth; only, it is not borne by
    • to the world of dreams, and see it in a new light. Perceiving man's
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    • world with all its impressions constantly renewed. with all it gives
    • new impressions to the memories of past ones! Last, but not least,
    • we may say that, after all, all learning consists in linking new
    • method depends on finding the most rational way of linking the new things
    • example — so man between death and a new birth must accustom
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    • someone was chosen for an office which he knew was not regarded
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    • “What is there actually new about this Anti-Modernist Oath?”
    • There is nothing new in the adherence of a Catholic preacher or
    • clear about that. What is new is that the person concerned has to
    • well knew what it was doing. It discharged its debt of gratitude to
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    • being is born on the earth, a quite new soul unites with his physical
    • human being a new soul is created.
    • the truth? They can only do so by receiving a new spiritual science.
    • Without this renewal of spiritual science mankind will not be able to
    • not? Because a quite new consciousness was arising in humanity. This
    • get rid of, for, my dear friends, what is the effect of this new
    • and new matter and new energy arise. All these things are
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    • The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the
    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • spiritual world; he knew that he brought with him from the spiritual
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
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    • The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the
    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • spiritual world; he knew that he brought with him from the spiritual
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
    • a purely earthly, physical being. The new experience of the Christ
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • to-day is comparatively new; it is a product of evolution. In earlier
    • The new way of knowledge, however, leads us again to
    • and new birth, we begin to feel deeply connected with these worlds
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • that follow, come new compensation and balancing-out. Thus in the
    • understand it here, is, comparatively speaking, a new thing in our
    • to revise them for a new edition. The teaching of the spiritual
    • had thus the double experience; he knew what it was to produce
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • to-day is comparatively new; it is a product of evolution. In earlier
    • The new way of knowledge, however, leads us again to
    • and new birth, we begin to feel deeply connected with these worlds
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • that follow, come new compensation and balancing-out. Thus in the
    • understand it here, is, comparatively speaking, a new thing in our
    • to revise them for a new edition. The teaching of the spiritual
    • had thus the double experience; he knew what it was to produce
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    • true that two people meeting for the first time knew how to tune in
    • people had to meet under totally new conditions, with the possibility
    • Him anew. This will not come from the imposing of fixed dogmas, only
    • most fiercely renewing their attack upon liberty of thought —
    • the nerve and sinew in the stream of the spiritual scientific
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
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    • true that two people meeting for the first time knew how to tune in
    • people had to meet under totally new conditions, with the possibility
    • Him anew. This will not come from the imposing of fixed dogmas, only
    • most fiercely renewing their attack upon liberty of thought —
    • the nerve and sinew in the stream of the spiritual scientific
    • of the heart. For the impulse for this new world-working must be
    • receive Christ in a new way. For we forge a real link with the
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    • acquire a new habit and during that time I shall concentrate my whole
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    • New Knowledge of Spirit. The translators are
    • The Event at Damascus and the new
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • older times, had run its course; it was finished for man. New experiences
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • for man in a new kingdom of light,
    • the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in initiation
    • earth-evolution. But he also knew that, although Christ Jesus is present,
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the conviction that if he would understand Christ, he must develop a new
    • Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at work, a tendency towards
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    • New Knowledge of Spirit. The translators are
    • The Event at Damascus and the new
    • entirely new way of relating themselves to cosmic evolution had come to
    • older times, had run its course; it was finished for man. New experiences
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • for man in a new kingdom of light,
    • the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in initiation
    • earth-evolution. But he also knew that, although Christ Jesus is present,
    • knew that he must be giving himself up to delusions, he must be mistaking
    • place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being had
    • the conviction that if he would understand Christ, he must develop a new
    • Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at work, a tendency towards
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    • these lectures with a certain awe — for they enter into a new
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    • the new plant is formed?
    • he will undoubtedly do worse as a farmer, even if his new machine is
    • people knew that by certain definite practices they could make themselves
    • about them. I, in my time, knew peasants' calendars printed on
    • The new method should be regarded as a kind of extra, largely enhancing
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    • a new fertility. For our needs to-day, we really have no choice to stop
    • yet, for many spheres of life. I knew a good anthroposophist friend
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    • Speaking of full Moon and new Moon, do you mean the actual day of the
    • full or new Moon, or do you include the time shortly before and after?
    • You call it new Moon from the moment when this picture appears, approximately
    • New Moon, therefore, from the time when the Moon appears as a quite
    • to carry the news as quickly as possible from one place to another.
    • able to understand the news which they receive.so rapidly. The effect
    • remarkable fact that whenever something new appears, as a rule in the
    • Then the prophets get hold of it. It is strange, where a new thing appears,
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    • to seed new crops year after year from their own rye, wheat, oats and
    • barley. Now they were finding that they had to resort to new strains
    • of seed every few years. New strains were being produced in bewildering
    • of the newly established Weleda, the pharmaceutical manufacturing enterprise.
    • and was shown some first steps in the breeding of new plant types as
    • hard school of experience. Only now does the total picture of the new
    • new experience and opens new perspectives.
    • situation. When I asked him whether the new methods should be started
    • practices gradually opens up a wholly new perspective on the world,
    • application of the new direction of thought.
    • Steiner set forth the basic new way of thinking about the relationship
    • for the new term before Rudolf Steiner for guidance in the choice of
    • to apply the fundamentals of this new outlook to the management of agricultural
    • is shown to have been a pioneer who paved the way for a new direction
    • picture. Ways were sketched whereby new strains with strong seed-forces
    • of some of the insects succeeds only in producing new, more resistant
    • Steiner's new agricultural method. He is also aware that other
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    • hydrochloric and sulphuric. Agriculture is faced with a new danger,
    • animal pests, Dr. Steiner remarked that as new cultivated plants were
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    • plants such as we do not eat — plants that simply renew
    • farmers' rules; they quoted a certain verse or proverb and knew what
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    • complicated; for after all, out of its complexity, the whole new
    • organism will grow. The new organism, infinitely complex as it is,
    • complexity. But a new organism could never arise out of this
    • of the seed the new organism is built up again out of the whole
    • it to some extent, that this is done. However, since every new
    • We must gain new
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    • in the farthest circles of the Universe. Then the new being
    • adopt false paths in the application of the new.
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    • again every seven or eight years as the substance of the body is renewed)
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    • few years later. Read the Swiss newspapers of the time when someone
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    • in a single year and culminates in seed-formation. From the seed a new
    • because a continuous stream reforms it, ever anew. I mean, for example,
    • Full Moon. When it is new Moon, the country does not enjoy the benefit
    • new Moon, what they received at the Full Moon. Indeed, we should attain
    • not at the full Moon but at the new, it will simply wait in the Earth
    • in circumscribed areas, whatever they wanted to have. They knew of these
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    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • will see, as we begin to specialise what I have given, ever new things
    • they knew how to treat things, even as we must learn to do once more,
    • these intimate relationships in Nature, we gain a new insight into the
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    • so as to get new plants. With the potato, however, we do not do so.
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    • now received a new name which he
    • reincarnation until He came again in a new Cosmic Cycle.
    • Sixteenth Centuries the new age led everything spiritual
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    • now received a new name which he
    • reincarnation until He came again in a new Cosmic Cycle.
    • Sixteenth Centuries the new age led everything spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • new birth lives within its being; if the child could
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
  • Title: Lecture: The Universe
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    • new birth lives within its being; if the child could
    • own self in order to discover the universe anew within
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    • of the material as Resurrection of the Flesh. Old and New Testament.
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    • be possible from time to time. One who is a newcomer at these Monday
    • as nutritive juices for renewing the body. This is one of the substances
    • be told you of people who more or less consciously knew how to command
    • who in a certain way knew how to command aromas and their spirits. And
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    • required of new-comers to follow these group-lectures with the understanding
    • again just as a new plant comes out of the seed. The human seeds had
    • those who endowed man with his intellectuality. Men knew nothing at
    • Anthroposophic Press, Inc., New York.
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    • body that first opened. He knew that when a red picture appeared there
    • color met him, he knew that he could go towards it; thus he took his
    • greater and greater, and that this new structure, which has been gradually
    • all schematic it corresponds to the actual process, and the new structure
    • a definite angle which will hold up the water and produce a new fall.
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    • — everything then was Saturn man. Now in the newly-arisen Earth,
    • of the newly-arisen Earth, sink into the surface, and form there masses
    • Think of a new-born child
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    • of the material as Resurrection of the Flesh. Old and New Testament.
    • of the ancestors with whom he was of common blood, not because he knew
    • a new cycle enters with the old Persian civilization, how it conquers
    • culture reaches its culmination and sinks into decadence. But a new
    • citizen” was a new element in the evolutionary cycle of mankind.
    • And there will be a new cycle when men have fully grasped what comes
    • its peak and again declines and how each new cycle has the task of carrying
    • Christianity sets the New Testament words: “In the primal beginning
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    • together with the plant and animal kingdoms. In a new incarnation therefore
    • experiences something new. It is not for nothing that man is born into
    • a new incarnation; he is to experience something new. Man contributes
    • Now the people in the Mystery centres knew well that here too guiding,
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    • are different from those that one brought with one as a newcomer to
    • up anew for each incarnation. The material tool of the ego is built
    • up anew in each incarnation. Now man has an advantage over the whole
    • afresh with each new in-carnation, you have the material expression
    • new incarnation he brings with him the fruits of the previous one. We
    • know that man himself is actually a co-creator in each new incarnation
    • and he brings less into the new incarnation than he could have done,
    • therefore at a higher stage when he reappears in a new incarnation.
    • whole number of such new nature-spirits in the second half of the Jupiter
    • But the wasp knew it much
    • The group spirit is metamorphosed and its physical members merely renew
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    • had renewed a limb. So the group ego of the lions renews a limb when
    • world, the loss of these members and their renewal.
    • the group soul, to be ex-tended afresh and grow to a new individual
    • These new beings, however, are compatible with man's complete freedom
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    • sense we call fatigue. Man is refreshed and renewed in the morning because
    • to know a new class of elemental beings.
    • nearer and nearer to a new condition. In this Post-Atlantean age we
    • is incapable of finding a new style because it has as yet no inner spiritual
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    • forces of the physical body, new order enters, one might say there is
    • Now the new-born day is springing.
    • it was in Richard Wagner that the new star has first arisen which sends
    • those who bore in their souls the dawn of a new culture were gathered
    • in a new incarnation, many things already realized. which live in them
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    • documents known as the New Testament do not exist, that
    • the people, and captured their hearts completely. They knew
    • (Darwin knew quite a bit), knows that the Darwinist
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    • talked. Those others knew that they had previously led very
    • new state of mind or soul disposition, like people who had
    • of love, those people felt in themselves a new
    • knew now that he denied it because his consciousness had
    • sign-language to indicate that something new has occurred
    • knew something which he had not previously known: that the
    • often wandered in life. Now he knew that Jesus died on the
    • Fifth Gospel. With what is called in the New Testament the
    • again. They knew: We certainly wandered around with him
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    • the others around him knew. Not only that he could give the
    • new, difficult experience added to the Bath Kol
    • “You are the new priest sent to us.” They
    • was to come back saw that the one they took to be the new
    • encountered the figures who he knew were Lucifer and
    • Ahriman fleeing to? For he knew that the sanctity of the
    • qol). In the New Testament mention of "a voice from
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    • years of age, where he learned an occult teaching and knew
    • knew that he had only learned what humanity had accumulated
    • all new to her, but she accepted it with a warm and gentle
    • reminded him of the renewal of the great teachings and wise
    • wonderful old treasures of Judaism are renewed through me
    • prophets, then such a renewal of the prophets' wisdom
    • Jesus well knew what Hillel meant for many within Judaism,
    • respect. And he knew what profound words Hillel had spoken.
    • Hillel revived it. He renewed the original Jewish wisdom,
    • a kind of new Messiah. Meekness was his main
    • that he could anger him, but he knew not how to do it.
    • hearing the transformed Bath-Kol. And then a renewal of the
    • Nazareth knew that what he had heard as the transformed
    • moment, my dear mother, I knew that the Essenes protect
    • more she knew of all the wisdom that had lived in him since
    • pity, they said, he knew so much; he was always very quiet,
    • he already knew.
    • earth, who knew the spiritual worlds, but not the earth!
    • That Being only knew of the earth what was stored in the
    • are old. I want to found a new kingdom; I will give you
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    • in the New Testament. The thinking behind it derives from a source either
    • in Nürnberg, this new volume is quite useful just because of its
    • aspect of the year became apparent: the renewal on a wide scale of Paul's
    • articles by Hans-Werner Schroeder which appeared in the Newsletter of
    • In the New Testament it
    • 4th rev. ed (New York: Anthroposophic Press, 1977).
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    • for Christianity. What is found in the Gospels is the new good tidings,
    • epoch that experienced the birth of Christianity; and fifth, a new epoch
    • through the powerful element of the new peoples under the mighty impulse
    • priests observed the firmament they knew and felt that the soul was
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
    • the lamb, and the New Jerusalem will arise as the fruit of this evolution.
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    • for Christianity. What is found in the Gospels is the new good tidings,
    • epoch that experienced the birth of Christianity; and fifth, a new epoch
    • through the powerful element of the new peoples under the mighty impulse
    • priests observed the firmament they knew and felt that the soul was
    • we can realize the ideal of this future reality. A new race will be
    • the lamb, and the New Jerusalem will arise as the fruit of this evolution.
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    • elements; then a new world arises. In the first Christian centuries
    • Admittedly, the exegetes soon knew little more than that; but again
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    • The record of the New
    • In this way something entirely new has come into the world.
    • the most initiated knew the tradition of how to carry out an initiation.
    • a new world appeared. They were surrounded by a new world, a world of
    • fully transformed into new human beings. Everyone who returned in this
    • Apocalypse represents a new kind of initiation; it shows how the old
    • who will bring the new initiation. Siegfried is vulnerable to Hagen
    • so as to found a new world order. The new initiation is what will occur
    • comes again in a new form. The Apocalypse refers to the time when an organ
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    • (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 hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a newRev. 2:17)
    • 2 vols. (New York: J.W. Bouton, 1877).
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    • (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 hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a newRev. 2:17)
    • previously knew will pass over into our living feelings; it becomes
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    • regarded as something new. Other, external approaches of knowledge
    • often want to see something new. But Theosophy wants to be, and
    • had heard about all that is described in the Gospels. Paul knew exactly
    • of a Jewish initiate. He knew that the savior, the Messiah, had proclaimed
    • from the fire of Sinai. Certainly the Jewish initiate, Paul, knew of
    • Paul, as a Jewish initiate, knew all of this; nevertheless, before the
    • had lived and died in the body of Jesus of Nazareth. Now he knew that
    • not Christian. They knew that in the ancient Atlantean times we come
    • physical form. For this reason Paul knew that what appeared to him before
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    • all for the post-Atlantean cultures. These new cultures required the
    • where new impulses can no longer be brought forward. When we work and
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    • death and a new birth in more detail we usually describe the life in
    • light between death and a new birth. The teaching of
    • underworld to the souls who stood between death and a new birth. Below in
    • manna and I will give him a white stone with a new name written on the
    • (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 hidden manna, and will give him a white stone, and in the stone a newRev. 2:17)
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    • it would have contributed to a new ascent to the spiritual. Celsus,
    • the dawning of a new science that is, however, wholly chained to the
    • they still knew. A wonderful consciousness of ancient knowledge penetrated
    • Egyptians knew we now see appearing in a physical form. In the past
    • (For this is my blood of the newMatt. 26:28)
    • that this new science is approaching, that humanity will understand
    • in a new way what Zarathustra meant when he spoke of Ahura Mazdao.
    • Zarathustra will appear again in a new form in the sixth age. Finally,
    • the age of the holy Rishis will come again in a new form. There may
    • age must found a new culture after the war of all against all. The seventh
    • epoch. Those who have heard the call will be the founders of a new
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    • ancient Norse bards and singers still knew of them when they allowed
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    • to the new. In ancient India, a devotion as passive as possible was
    • to take in something new, something divine, and thereby to undertake
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    • death and a new birth. Here souls become more alive. What happens in
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    • that has remained coarse will be united with the moon to form a new
    • united with the sun. The newly spiritualized human body can then again
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    • can develop themselves further to a new sun state. What has been cleansed
    • New Jerusalem”
    • by the writer of the Apocalypse. A new world will arise, inhabitable
    • In a new state, in the Jupiter existence, they will find the place where,
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    • unique task for our development. In a new incarnation a human being
    • new tasks approach us, and so this post-Atlantean evolutionary age has
    • in a position to see him in a new form of existence — in his delicate
    • are preparing themselves by taking in Theosophy will take in new forms
    • (were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many crowns; and he had a name written, that no man knewRev. 19:12)
    • the earth will be spiritualized in the New Jerusalem. There will be
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • Bel knew more than most men in the world. Through what he had experienced he
    • knew many of the secrets of the human soul. And so it came about that
    • these powers Philippe le Bel knew what it would have meant if, into the
    • who committed them for trial knew what this torture on the rack meant. The
    • this the opponents knew. They knew that, just as on the one hand the Mystery
    • own further life between death and new birth. It is incorporated into the
    • strove, it is true, for a high ideal, but they knew nothing of the trinity in
    • stream was of course also there from the beginning, but it was given new life
    • thought which in its newest form Ahriman-Mephistopheles has placed into
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    • blood of the Templars belonged to Christ Jesus — each one of them knew
    • Bel knew more than most men in the world. Through what he had experienced he
    • knew many of the secrets of the human soul. And so it came about that
    • these powers Philippe le Bel knew what it would have meant if, into the
    • who committed them for trial knew what this torture on the rack meant. The
    • this the opponents knew. They knew that, just as on the one hand the Mystery
    • own further life between death and new birth. It is incorporated into the
    • strove, it is true, for a high ideal, but they knew nothing of the trinity in
    • stream was of course also there from the beginning, but it was given new life
    • thought which in its newest form Ahriman-Mephistopheles has placed into
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    • attention upon this new duality which meets us in man as brain and
    • and that this mysterious organ is active to-day only when the new
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    • that, by means of this, it is renewed in the lungs and conducted back
    • lungs, there again to be renewed and take a fresh course throughout
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    • ever-increasing number, one new fact after another comes to light
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    • into contact with the outer air. It is there renewed by means of the
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    • order to be renewed, the carbonic acid is thrown off. We have, then,
    • organism, the organ of the blood, noting how it continually renews
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    • and at its present stage of existence, made a new beginning.
    • of the new teeth, somewhere about the seventh year, we have the last
    • death and a new birth, when the ego receives, after death, still
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    • new. The blood is thus something which shields inwardly, in the
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    • case of man we are to go beyond the plant nature, an entirely new
    • microcosm, in turn, of all earthly processes, opens again into new
    • new stages of existence, to new cosmic systems. Just as in the
    • the portal of death, advances to new incarnations, so does the throng
    • advance to new planetary stages of existence.
    • warmth, helps us to find the way to a new and higher stage leading to
    • incentive, even if only in outline, and thus to bring it to new
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    • opening words of our Bible, an entirely new world should dawn upon
    • preliminary stages, had to bring something new into existence, he
    • into existence of the earth something new became possible, it became
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    • life again from the soul of the Elohim in a new form, a modified
    • conditions, not in the same but in a new form.
    • Sun and Moon evolutions emerging in a new form.
    • But at the same time we have a new formation in the ascending mode, a
    • it was because at that time men no longer knew anything of what
    • Moon-substance, they separate off a new watery element from the earth
    • element, which now emerges as something completely new. Everything
    • another form. The first thing which is entirely new is the earth
    • This earth element, separated out from the water, this is the new arrival.
    • new form.
    • itself in a new form. The plant life is still in a state which is not
    • the Moon epoch, now in a new form, at a higher level, in the earth
    • “day” of creation that anything new could happen. For all
    • itself, which had emerged as a new element, could be populated with
    • animal life, and with whatever might develop as new formation. Hence
    • sixth “day” whose existence was bound up with the new
    • recapitulation at a higher stage in a new form of what had gone
    • have been fully conscious of what was emerging as new. Further, they
    • the recapitulation had taken a new form, that they had at their
    • conditions, because the whole bore the stamp of something new.
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    • but that the fourth state appears as something new.
    • this translation are those of the New Testament Authorised Version
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    • Something new is continually arising, but the old remains actual
    • alongside the new and continues to work within it. And so even today
    • restored, being renewed and built up again all the time. So that in
    • processes and processes of renewal — destructive processes
    • which take place during waking life, processes of renewal which take
    • the universe, and during sleep with the forces of renewal.
    • anew. Thus we saw yesterday how in the Spirit of the Elohim who
    • day, when out of the earth element, out of the new condition, there
    • to you in a new light. And this ancient document, which otherwise
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    • Genesis now appears to us in a new light. When we are told that what
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    • Strader. He knew them on the physical plane, and there formed certain
    • on the Moon. That was a completely new earth experience.
    • Let there be light, it meant that something new had happened, that
    • is simply that something new has come about.
    • nothing but the truth which they knew. They felt through and through
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    • of the newly created man on the sixth day as a being just like
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    • Aristotle still knew something of it. Anyone familiar with the works
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    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • remains. But a new way of thinking is added to it, if we do the
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • permeated by the will. But this thinking now appears in a new
    • undergoes a change. A new form arises. It is as if the glove is not
    • the new elasticity.
    • it is even necessary to acquire a completely new way of thinking.
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • being a new style of architecture.
    • was therefore an organic necessity for a new style of architecture to
    • arise in Dornach. This new style is simply the externally visible
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    • can be surveyed and which are quite new to us.
    • new? When we draw reminiscences out of memory, we can never be quite
    • Then one comes to quite a new way of thinking. The old way of
    • remains. But a new way of thinking is added to it, if we do the
    • might describe this new way of thinking which is added to the old way
    • permeated by the will. But this thinking now appears in a new
    • undergoes a change. A new form arises. It is as if the glove is not
    • the new elasticity.
    • it is even necessary to acquire a completely new way of thinking.
    • completely new world. We then really are in the higher worlds and the
    • being a new style of architecture.
    • was therefore an organic necessity for a new style of architecture to
    • arise in Dornach. This new style is simply the externally visible
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    • MERCURY PRESSSPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK 10977
    • that the first form (Gestalt) in which the new, super-sensible world
    • exercises to intensify his soul forces so that a new world is
    • one beholds the situation with a newly acquired, special faculty of
    • in a new earthly life. We are concerned in such a case not with what
    • reality can give. His newest book is extraordinarily interesting from
    • noticeable in Maurice Maeterlinck's new book. He is an
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    • that the first form (Gestalt) in which the new, super-sensible world
    • exercises to intensify his soul forces so that a new world is
    • one beholds the situation with a newly acquired, special faculty of
    • in a new earthly life. We are concerned in such a case not with what
    • reality can give. His newest book is extraordinarily interesting from
    • noticeable in Maurice Maeterlinck's new book. He is an
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    • Chapter 35 pp. 386–388, 2nd Edition 1980, Steinerbooks, New
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    • year we have been able to open with a renewal of the drama which is
    • who in a certain way has to be sacrificed ever anew. And he
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • co-operate and adapt themselves to what is new, but also when I see
    • 1961. (Rudolf Steiner Publications Ltd., West Nyack, New York).
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    • only something which could be analysed by the chemist; he knew that
    • he knew that the forces which he took in from the air and from the
    • plants came from Demeter, and he knew that it was Demeter who gave
    • him his clairvoyant consciousness, but he knew too that it was she
    • substitute, a new form of law, for the old law which worked through
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • Science stands before such a statue, ancient Greece will arise anew
    • (Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1950).
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    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • knew something and which men will come to know again through
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    • infer that they knew that, just as human beings on the physical plane
    • had failed to complete their Moon evolution and that the Greeks knew
    • it, knew that they had to take advantage of Earth evolution just as
    • men had to do. It follows from this that the Greeks knew quite well
    • Jahve, will have no doubt that the Hebrew people knew that the
    • knew: ‘With my consciousness I am standing outside my physical
    • added to this all that went to form the ego. A new element united
    • Greeks knew in their souls that there was a kind of consciousness in
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
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    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • new state has arisen through the realisation of yesterday's
    • clairvoyant consciousness had to be lost to man in order that a new
    • horizon of consciousness. Anyone who knew that—and those who
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    • genius of language knew that, when the human being goes through the
    • new birth, forces are at work in him which he has brought with him
    • time between death and a new birth these forces go on working. But in
    • Silenus were able to do for Greece was renewed in a manner suited to
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    • into a new germ for Earth evolution.
    • Being in Earth evolution through whom something quite new can enter
    • into us — a new element of clairvoyance, but also a new element
    • which would signify a kind of renewal from the spiritual world, a
    • have spoken of Me.’ Christ knew well that when, of old, people
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    • have seen further that it is in fact because this newly-formed
    • which were there as the outcome of earlier evolution, this new
    • united with the newly arising etheric body streaming from the human
    • consciousness which enabled him to know it for himself, he knew from
    • unknown, we are perpetually faced with new challenges. In everyday
    • advancing we are faced by ever new configurations of the world. We
    • can enter into these new configurations with stout souls, then we
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
    • new configuration of the world which is presented to us furnishes us
    • with new ordeals to be overcome; to come to an end of these trials
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    • who knew that drama was a way of teaching in miniature, defined
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    • Abraham there began a new relationship of mankind to the material and
    • expressed by Jesus in his teaching in the New Testament. “Not a
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    • a complete image of its former being, upon which there hardens the new
    • fashioned a new body. The temptation of Eve was to seek satisfaction
    • the laws of his own spiritual being. He was to identify his newly-evolving
    • and sacrifice. Thus the new etheric body was to bear the image of the
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    • blood-relationship fade away before the new happening: the full
    • bringer-in of the new era, in which the spiritual world shines
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    • new evolutionary theories of Darwin it was subjected to materialistic
    • century it had to meet a new line of criticism in the light of comparative
    • shed new light on the historical basis of the Scripture story. This was
    • followed in the ‘twenties’ by the new German form-criticism,
    • and now, latest of all, Maurice Nicoll's treatment of the New Testament
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    • of this people for the whole world, of the birth of the new era, of the
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    • the very first human being who truly understood Jahve, in that he knew
    • they beheld Jahve or Jehovah. One thing more they knew, and that was
    • for they were destined to inherit that new faculty which could
    • the child Jesus of Bethlehem. The Magi knew that, in following the star,
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    • of the pre-Christian peoples. The development of the new faculties was
    • lost their significance and when something new entered into the life
    • or another being the new incarnation of Christ. — No words need
    • in man a new consciousness of the spiritual life, and it had to arise,
    • in a new way, in the Nazarene, through keeping his hair uncut during the
    • they knew from what they themselves experienced, that man had become an
    • altogether different, a quite new being. The few who experienced this at
    • knew from the form in which the etheric body appeared before them, when
    • of the universe there is drawing near the newborn Ego, and this Ego
    • the direction leading to the new divine-spiritual Beings. It was in
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • to use this active thinking man acquires an entirely new way of
    • ‘seeing’ things, a new way of seeing the qualities of the
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • this new life within man came at the point in his evolution when, as
    • understand and accept. With the coming of this new super-sensible
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • needed today is a new understanding of the central Event of
    • between death and a new birth, spent in the super-sensible worlds
    • A new
    • — this mood is the striving for a new spirituality. I certainly
    • spiritual life in the direction of a new spiritual perception by
    • something historical, we use the term Goetheanism for the new way of
    • the hope of a re-awakening, in a new form, of the spiritual life of
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • to use this active thinking man acquires an entirely new way of
    • ‘seeing’ things, a new way of seeing the qualities of the
    • seeing in which the human body appears in quite a new way. Above all,
    • head. We learn to know in a new way what the human body really is.
    • this new life within man came at the point in his evolution when, as
    • understand and accept. With the coming of this new super-sensible
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • needed today is a new understanding of the central Event of
    • between death and a new birth, spent in the super-sensible worlds
    • A new
    • — this mood is the striving for a new spirituality. I certainly
    • spiritual life in the direction of a new spiritual perception by
    • something historical, we use the term Goetheanism for the new way of
    • the hope of a re-awakening, in a new form, of the spiritual life of
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    • MEDITATIONS ON THE NEW
    • interpenetrates the earth-consciousness, the plant-world at New Year
    • Science: About the season of the New Year, two cycles interpenetrate
    • apart, uniting once more at the festival of the New Year. The cyclic
    • New Year, plant-consciousness penetrates mineral consciousness, so,
    • celebrated a New Year on Earth; a mighty New Year!
    • Just as we regard the New Year as the mingling of the
    • cosmic New Year of our Earth took place. Our Soul-consciousness then
    • plant-consciousness at New Year. Just as plants gaze abroad into the
    • united with his astral body at the time of the cosmic New
    • of this knowledge must be sought in the earthly and cosmic New Year
    • New Year to which we here look back.
    • We will seek to prepare for this cosmic New Year. If
    • Initiation,’ we are preparing ourselves for that new cosmic New
    • cosmic New Year.
    • another. Twelve thousand years pass between one cosmic New Year and
    • So at this sacred season, we turn from the little New
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • only at the cosmic New Year.
    • Then when New Year draws near, it seems as if a
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    • MEDITATIONS ON THE NEW
    • interpenetrates the earth-consciousness, the plant-world at New Year
    • Science: About the season of the New Year, two cycles interpenetrate
    • apart, uniting once more at the festival of the New Year. The cyclic
    • New Year, plant-consciousness penetrates mineral consciousness, so,
    • celebrated a New Year on Earth; a mighty New Year!
    • Just as we regard the New Year as the mingling of the
    • cosmic New Year of our Earth took place. Our Soul-consciousness then
    • plant-consciousness at New Year. Just as plants gaze abroad into the
    • united with his astral body at the time of the cosmic New
    • of this knowledge must be sought in the earthly and cosmic New Year
    • New Year to which we here look back.
    • We will seek to prepare for this cosmic New Year. If
    • Initiation,’ we are preparing ourselves for that new cosmic New
    • cosmic New Year.
    • another. Twelve thousand years pass between one cosmic New Year and
    • So at this sacred season, we turn from the little New
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • only at the cosmic New Year.
    • Then when New Year draws near, it seems as if a
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    • “MEDITATIONS ON THE NEW
    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • at the beginning of a New Year, it may perhaps be important to let a
    • time, at the opening of a New Year.
    • New Year it is specially good to turn the interest of our circle
    • The best New Year greeting that we can inscribe in our
    • humanity at the beginning of the new age. The new age placed the art
    • matters at the beginning of a New Year, for they are connected with
    • for New Year's Eve must ever be associated with our feelings; whereas
    • the day, must be directly associated with our reflections on New
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    • “MEDITATIONS ON THE NEW
    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • at the beginning of a New Year, it may perhaps be important to let a
    • time, at the opening of a New Year.
    • New Year it is specially good to turn the interest of our circle
    • The best New Year greeting that we can inscribe in our
    • humanity at the beginning of the new age. The new age placed the art
    • matters at the beginning of a New Year, for they are connected with
    • for New Year's Eve must ever be associated with our feelings; whereas
    • the day, must be directly associated with our reflections on New
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    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • birth to a new being.
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    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • birth to a new being.
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    • Earth that will be the body of the new God, the God of the
    • find it in constantly new forms among the widespread masses
    • reality from which new forms ever and again spring forth.
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • forever new, so it is with the symbols of Christmas piety; in
    • the seed of a new plant; the blossom forms itself into a new
    • contains a seed in which the new God
    • eyes will be able to turn to where the new star can appear to
    • you, to where the new seed comes to life, where there will
    • spring forth the new God of the future, the God who has
    • see in the blossom the seed of the new plant. But as truly as
    • the blossom as the new seed. What surrounds the seed will
    • the heart of the blossom enables you to feel that a new plant
    • a new birth. He could proclaim to them what none of the
    • and a new birth, what would the Eleusinian Initiates have
    • seed of a new plant, says to himself: True, it has come forth
    • fallen away, has vanished, and now the new seed is there, the
    • seed that will unfold into the new plant, the new blossom.
    • more the new fruit, the Christ-fruit, is unfolding and
    • formed for those new Gods of the future, of whom Christ is
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    • Earth that will be the body of the new God, the God of the
    • find it in constantly new forms among the widespread masses
    • reality from which new forms ever and again spring forth.
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • forever new, so it is with the symbols of Christmas piety; in
    • the seed of a new plant; the blossom forms itself into a new
    • contains a seed in which the new God
    • eyes will be able to turn to where the new star can appear to
    • you, to where the new seed comes to life, where there will
    • spring forth the new God of the future, the God who has
    • see in the blossom the seed of the new plant. But as truly as
    • the blossom as the new seed. What surrounds the seed will
    • the heart of the blossom enables you to feel that a new plant
    • a new birth. He could proclaim to them what none of the
    • and a new birth, what would the Eleusinian Initiates have
    • seed of a new plant, says to himself: True, it has come forth
    • fallen away, has vanished, and now the new seed is there, the
    • seed that will unfold into the new plant, the new blossom.
    • more the new fruit, the Christ-fruit, is unfolding and
    • formed for those new Gods of the future, of whom Christ is
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • to a new reception of spiritual revelations.
    • something that they do not yet want to receive: an entirely new
    • re-model our ways of thinking, to try a new way of regarding the
    • not want to come to new modes of conception. The anthroposophic view
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • as a new revelation. The revolution from matter to spirit is
    • renewing it in a certain way. We stand between these and are called
    • learning anew to transform their thinking. It is this that is so
    • the will to turn their souls from the old to new thoughts. The
    • who become convinced by this Spirit of the need for the new thinking,
    • feeling and willing, and for a new sense of responsibility, the
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    • observe quite a different expression on the faces of new-born babies.
    • to a new reception of spiritual revelations.
    • something that they do not yet want to receive: an entirely new
    • re-model our ways of thinking, to try a new way of regarding the
    • not want to come to new modes of conception. The anthroposophic view
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • social upheaval are no longer of any use. We need new
    • with a new “impulse,” it is the last thing that people
    • understand. For if one brings a new “impulse,” whose
    • as a new revelation. The revolution from matter to spirit is
    • renewing it in a certain way. We stand between these and are called
    • learning anew to transform their thinking. It is this that is so
    • the will to turn their souls from the old to new thoughts. The
    • who become convinced by this Spirit of the need for the new thinking,
    • feeling and willing, and for a new sense of responsibility, the
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    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • for this retardation and renewal, which is certainly a two-fold
    • stimulate itself anew.
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • nothingness filled with new creating in a fully material sense. This
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    • that it must for ever stimulate itself anew. The usual purely
    • for this retardation and renewal, which is certainly a two-fold
    • stimulate itself anew.
    • down and the renewal of life. We see the significance of man's entire
    • nothingness filled with new creating in a fully material sense. This
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    • living in a physical body or between death and a new birth, if on the
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    • then a new one began. Rather, one epoch gradually and slowly merged
    • the sixth epoch, and those who understand that something new is being
    • Atlantean catastrophe, there were many human beings who knew through
    • spiritual world. Gradually, however, the number of those who knew
    • accomplish this? Here we must look to the most striking new quality
    • This new development is
    • new humanity, the new human being — not to an abstract concept
    • anthroposophy speaks a new language. Even if we are still obliged to
    • said forms a new language.
    • physical bodies but are living between death and a new birth. Yes,
    • condition between death and a new birth. Through anthroposophy we
    • new Fall, a second Fall of humanity, a falling back into a conscious
    • progress is all about: ever new ways of evolution appear, and
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    • was not the only spiritual stream that was to revive and in a new
    • clairvoyants knew about the stars and their movements, about the laws
    • through external observation. Rather, the ancients knew something
    • faculties for observation of the outer world. Nevertheless, every new
    • transmission of the new outer-directed faculties. Thus, the Hebrews
    • but no new faculties appeared to take their place. Those people were
    • connected with the new in an old way, yet unconnected because the
    • developed further were less hairy because new powers replaced those
    • step further and developed the new faculty; Esau, on the other hand,
    • described what he knew through initiation about the law of thrice
    • the writer of this gospel knew the Mysteries according to which
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    • In ancient times everyone who spoke this word knew it meant
    • soul. People knew that the word Kyrios referred to secrets of
    • Mark's Gospel points out this macrocosmic connection. He knew that
    • receives new force. With our modern language, however, it takes many
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    • a new birth, during the time when we prepare ourselves for the gender
    • consecutively, older racial forms remained unchanged and newer ones
    • shed new light on Greek art as it was developed so uniquely and
    • new light.
    • the new. Today, people hardly understand the community of life in the
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    • lecture, Christ's deed was for the renewal of the common spiritual humanity
    • renewal of many human activities, including education (the Waldorf
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    • (in which mathematics is our sure guide), and will open up a new
    • he knew: the process of breathing now enters right into my head and
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    • (in which mathematics is our sure guide), and will open up a new
    • he knew: the process of breathing now enters right into my head and
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    • the anthroposophical view of the world is something new entering
    • shines. One experiences a night differently when the moon is new and
    • new space. As soon as one gets so far, one perceives man's second
    • newly created art of Eurhythmy. But one must enter into the spirit of
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    • [The first Goetheanum, burnt down on New Year's
    • the anthroposophical view of the world is something new entering
    • shines. One experiences a night differently when the moon is new and
    • new space. As soon as one gets so far, one perceives man's second
    • newly created art of Eurhythmy. But one must enter into the spirit of
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    • factors and impulses of modern civilisation. And if we knew how to
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    • Jupiter existence will contain nothing but the new creation that is
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • crumbling into chaos, the springing up of the new, the birth of what
    • able to evolve any further. But there is also a new world arising,
    • sown for the future, a new world dawns within him.
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • into chaos, so that the spirit may be able to create anew. Let us
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • Father God, is endowed with life once more by God the Son; a new
    • we have a perpetual coming into being, forever new and fresh. When we
    • perpetually springing and welling up with life renewed.
    • renewed by the sun. Here, within us, matter is constantly
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    • Jupiter existence will contain nothing but the new creation that is
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • crumbling into chaos, the springing up of the new, the birth of what
    • able to evolve any further. But there is also a new world arising,
    • sown for the future, a new world dawns within him.
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • into chaos, so that the spirit may be able to create anew. Let us
    • our moral or anti-moral ideals. There is the upspringing of new life.
    • Father God, is endowed with life once more by God the Son; a new
    • we have a perpetual coming into being, forever new and fresh. When we
    • perpetually springing and welling up with life renewed.
    • renewed by the sun. Here, within us, matter is constantly
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • appeared to him at Damascus. Paul knew then, with absolute
    • the earliest dwellers on the Earth knew nothing of death —
    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • The ancient epochs, when men knew nothing of death, were all
    • Gods. They knew of these worlds through revelations. But
    • knew only of the onward-flowing life of soul-and-spirit as
    • Men knew the Gods but those Gods could not speak of death. If we
    • understood, and the new form of wisdom was still undeveloped. For
    • scribes who knew from this Holy Writ what was still preserved of
    • who well knew all that it signified to men. Paul said to himself:
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    • appeared to him at Damascus. Paul knew then, with absolute
    • the earliest dwellers on the Earth knew nothing of death —
    • such men knew quite consciously that their souls had come down
    • and made no particular impression on them. They knew life and
    • significance to life. They knew only life; they did not know
    • The ancient epochs, when men knew nothing of death, were all
    • Gods. They knew of these worlds through revelations. But
    • knew only of the onward-flowing life of soul-and-spirit as
    • Men knew the Gods but those Gods could not speak of death. If we
    • understood, and the new form of wisdom was still undeveloped. For
    • scribes who knew from this Holy Writ what was still preserved of
    • who well knew all that it signified to men. Paul said to himself:
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    • at first to take part in the movement for a religious renewal,
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
    • things, Anthroposophy must really find a new way, and if we really wish
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • at first to take part in the movement for a religious renewal,
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • old Father-principle into new life, but when it studies history it
    • things, Anthroposophy must really find a new way, and if we really wish
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • Anthroposophic News Sheet
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    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • a reality in a new way. After all, everything we develop
    • of Orleans. This fact gave Europe a completely new form.
    • also the souls that live between death and a new birth. The
    • in the new light which spiritual science alone can shed upon
    • too intimate for publication in the News Sheet.]
    • they have to pass between death and a new birth. Spiritual science
    • exists not only for the purpose of bringing new possibilities to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • now living is a new form; it is something quite new which has
    • a reality in a new way. After all, everything we develop
    • of Orleans. This fact gave Europe a completely new form.
    • also the souls that live between death and a new birth. The
    • in the new light which spiritual science alone can shed upon
    • too intimate for publication in the News Sheet.]
    • they have to pass between death and a new birth. Spiritual science
    • exists not only for the purpose of bringing new possibilities to
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • knowledge was traditional. A new knowledge only began with the time
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the surface this new science — for instance, Giordano
    • against the recollections of ancient wisdom. Something entirely new
    • evolution if we are unable to look upon this new element which thus
    • traditional knowledge; but a new element, a beginning, arises
    • advanced very far in this new direction. The few centuries which have
    • What is this new wisdom?
    • much as possible of this new wisdom, of this Galilei wisdom —
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • longer knew what was meant by the expression “Word”.
    • knowledge was traditional. A new knowledge only began with the time
    • A new impulse arose towards
    • the surface this new science — for instance, Giordano
    • against the recollections of ancient wisdom. Something entirely new
    • evolution if we are unable to look upon this new element which thus
    • traditional knowledge; but a new element, a beginning, arises
    • advanced very far in this new direction. The few centuries which have
    • What is this new wisdom?
    • much as possible of this new wisdom, of this Galilei wisdom —
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • man should realise that he must strike out a new course in regard to
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • They knew that they were not merely beings who had gone
    • a cosmogony; he knew himself a member of the whole vast
    • stars, they were not to him strange worlds; for he knew
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • necessary in order really to bring forth a new age. It is
    • with it. We need a new civilisation upon the ruins of the
    • new. But the New must be grounded, neither in a
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    • They knew that they were not merely beings who had gone
    • a cosmogony; he knew himself a member of the whole vast
    • stars, they were not to him strange worlds; for he knew
    • But to bring new religious impulses into life, for
    • necessary in order really to bring forth a new age. It is
    • with it. We need a new civilisation upon the ruins of the
    • new. But the New must be grounded, neither in a
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • any rate was known to that time. They knew that man, to reach
    • in his mind of the typical pedant. He knew that the man,
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • without spiritual cognition. But these things appear in a new
    • newly awakened, newly discovered power of clairvoyance, to
    • men know nothing. Truly, what the Emperor Constantine knew of
    • approaching a renewal, wherein we ourselves must play an
    • spiritual world. The more intensely we realise that a renewal
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
    • value — not as anything complete, but as a new
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    • any rate was known to that time. They knew that man, to reach
    • in his mind of the typical pedant. He knew that the man,
    • and it will be something quite new to you. Then only will you
    • without spiritual cognition. But these things appear in a new
    • newly awakened, newly discovered power of clairvoyance, to
    • men know nothing. Truly, what the Emperor Constantine knew of
    • approaching a renewal, wherein we ourselves must play an
    • spiritual world. The more intensely we realise that a renewal
    • future. Radically we must renew the spiritual life of
    • their way into the impulses of this renewal, this rebirth.
    • value — not as anything complete, but as a new
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • we have the new Moon, and no light then reaches the man, who
    • and more than from that of the new Moon. Moreover in its
    • exposed to the influence of the new Moon? It is true that
    • activity of the new Moon is concentrated on the back of the
    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • the full. Just as new Moon and full Moon, in their different
    • accordingly, between death and a new birth, they develop
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • we have the new Moon, and no light then reaches the man, who
    • and more than from that of the new Moon. Moreover in its
    • exposed to the influence of the new Moon? It is true that
    • activity of the new Moon is concentrated on the back of the
    • and summer is like the difference between the new Moon and
    • the full. Just as new Moon and full Moon, in their different
    • accordingly, between death and a new birth, they develop
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    • create on Earth — that is new in every epoch.
    • thereafter to assert its reality in perpetually new
    • February, men felt inwardly aware of the portents of renewed
    • rejoicing, renewed resurrection in Nature. They were aware of
    • the new summer — in that darkness the light of Christ
    • of the year. It renewed the soul, was a real and effective
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
    • Theodora's prophecy of the renewal of the vision of Christ in
    • modern age new mangers in which, under the guidance of the
    • Being we call Christ Jesus, the new spirit may come to life.
    • Today this new spirit is still at the stage of childhood,
    • Festival of humanity in the new spirit which we already
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    • create on Earth — that is new in every epoch.
    • thereafter to assert its reality in perpetually new
    • February, men felt inwardly aware of the portents of renewed
    • rejoicing, renewed resurrection in Nature. They were aware of
    • the new summer — in that darkness the light of Christ
    • of the year. It renewed the soul, was a real and effective
    • if this Christ Impulse is to be renewed, stimuli quite
    • fact — that the eternal Spirit must live in ever new
    • Theodora's prophecy of the renewal of the vision of Christ in
    • modern age new mangers in which, under the guidance of the
    • Being we call Christ Jesus, the new spirit may come to life.
    • Today this new spirit is still at the stage of childhood,
    • Festival of humanity in the new spirit which we already
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • prehistoric man knew that, so far as his soul and Spirit were
    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • it is lost, a new Buddha appears. Of these, Gautama Buddha was the
    • illumination he knew that all that is spread abroad in the world of
    • new radiance in the sunlight of Christianity and will indeed in the
    • renewal of the Christ Event; but such an expectation can only arise
    • an older Eastern conception has evolved into a new one. Man has
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha
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    • prehistoric man knew that, so far as his soul and Spirit were
    • — “We must adapt ourselves to the new world which now
    • it is lost, a new Buddha appears. Of these, Gautama Buddha was the
    • illumination he knew that all that is spread abroad in the world of
    • new radiance in the sunlight of Christianity and will indeed in the
    • renewal of the Christ Event; but such an expectation can only arise
    • an older Eastern conception has evolved into a new one. Man has
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • new birth, i.e. in his pre-earthly life. At birth the child is
    • with Beings of the Higher Worlds between death and a new birth. Yet
    • place of it, a new thing comes forth in the spiritual
    • perception which comes to us in Inspiration. And this new thing
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    • new birth, i.e. in his pre-earthly life. At birth the child is
    • with Beings of the Higher Worlds between death and a new birth. Yet
    • place of it, a new thing comes forth in the spiritual
    • perception which comes to us in Inspiration. And this new thing
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • The New Art of Education.
    • to-day and which, by a new Initiation Science, we have to bring to a
    • in which man not only knew with certainty that a soul was weaving and
    • which he also knew: A soul, born from a divine-spiritual existence
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • of soul — dreamlike though it was. And he knew with clear
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • souls of men. As I have said, these men knew of the soul' and Spirit
    • immediate experience to his instinctive clairvoyance, he knew: When
    • united with the stars. — For the soul knew the stars
    • Sun and Moon; he knew the stars. “From the Spirit in the stars,
    • The old Initiates knew how
    • to Earth and had awakened to new life the death-bringing forces in
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • knew the truth of that which the old clairvoyant powers of the soul
    • through the new Initiation to the Spirit, then even in this earthly
    • inward piety. In short, this new Initiation Science endeavours to
    • — although at the same time it solves them anew and
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    • The New Art of Education.
    • to-day and which, by a new Initiation Science, we have to bring to a
    • in which man not only knew with certainty that a soul was weaving and
    • which he also knew: A soul, born from a divine-spiritual existence
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • of soul — dreamlike though it was. And he knew with clear
    • of growth, metamorphoses of life. They knew the reality of a
    • souls of men. As I have said, these men knew of the soul' and Spirit
    • immediate experience to his instinctive clairvoyance, he knew: When
    • united with the stars. — For the soul knew the stars
    • Sun and Moon; he knew the stars. “From the Spirit in the stars,
    • The old Initiates knew how
    • to Earth and had awakened to new life the death-bringing forces in
    • so the Initiates were now able to impart a new consciousness of
    • knew the truth of that which the old clairvoyant powers of the soul
    • through the new Initiation to the Spirit, then even in this earthly
    • inward piety. In short, this new Initiation Science endeavours to
    • — although at the same time it solves them anew and
  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • “Anthroposophic News Sheet” Goetheanum, Dornach,
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    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • entirely new and fresh forces. We may say without hesitation that, as
    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • are concerned with the Christ (they still knew this, of course); the
    • Gnosis had been able to understand the Christ, but they knew that he
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • Clemens also knew something else, which we have emphasized
    • knew this. He knew that the ancient Mysteries spoke of the Christ as
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • of completely new and fresh elements, and his efforts went toward
    • us of what the Gnostics, from their perspective, knew already.
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • people knew something of this Mystery of Golgotha. Yet, what they
    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • And it would have to continue this way, inevitably, if something new
    • The new element to be
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • this, because it has a new vision of what the human being really is
    • approaching light, which will proclaim what must come through the new
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    • disappear, far and wide, and how something new develops out of
    • entirely new and fresh forces. We may say without hesitation that, as
    • the announcement of Christ's coming was not itself a new
    • conceive of the Christ Mystery out of a fresh, new impulse.
    • are concerned with the Christ (they still knew this, of course); the
    • Gnosis had been able to understand the Christ, but they knew that he
    • faculties. This was what they knew about the Christ.
    • Clemens also knew something else, which we have emphasized
    • knew this. He knew that the ancient Mysteries spoke of the Christ as
    • knew nothing about the old Gnostic wisdom — or, at least, he did
    • of completely new and fresh elements, and his efforts went toward
    • us of what the Gnostics, from their perspective, knew already.
    • lives in the earth; knowledge of the Christ must evolve anew.
    • people knew something of this Mystery of Golgotha. Yet, what they
    • really knew was simply this: Christ had died on the cross; it was
    • And it would have to continue this way, inevitably, if something new
    • The new element to be
    • anew how the Christ could live in Jesus. In fact, one of the most
    • this, because it has a new vision of what the human being really is
    • approaching light, which will proclaim what must come through the new
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  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • down to the very lowest depths of the earth. No newer layer, no
    • possibility arose for certain new forms to develop, capable of
    • responding to spiritual functions of a new order. For if we now
    • can develop a new life, which we see entering its lowest form at the
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    • down to the very lowest depths of the earth. No newer layer, no
    • possibility arose for certain new forms to develop, capable of
    • responding to spiritual functions of a new order. For if we now
    • can develop a new life, which we see entering its lowest form at the
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    • something new, so that they may have the necessary humility as also
    • short, she only knew of Christ what was said of Him in the West, and
    • believe that in the new book by Mrs. Besant Christ is in question.
    • he knew that another was a sluggard. ‘What?’ said
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  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 4: The Inner Aspect of the Moon-embodiment of the Earth (Part 1)
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    • made simpler than it is, but the gods knew better and therefore they
    • as the knowledge of these things to give to art a new foundation.
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    • words, we observe that at this stage something new enters the
    • to redress the balance. This is the arrival on the scene of new
    • something whereby one Being is constantly brought into new relation
    • suffer from it incessantly seek to form relationships to new Beings.
    • conditions to ever new beings.
    • constantly renewed relation to ever new Beings and new
    • Movement call up new pictures. When these have been there for
  • Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • said, be renewed for an ample multitude of mankind. This means, that
    • connection between the Macrocosm and the Microcosm. They knew how to
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    • The seven-year periods as new impulses. The working of cosmic
    • musical. The pioneering task for a new medical study of the physician
    • newly oriented out of Anthroposophy. Contemplation of the primary
    • realm of the moral a new natural world comes into being; thus are the
    • on the Copernican system. Kepler and Newton. We need a spiritual view
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    • Steiner will still be among us.” We knew, with that
    • Goetheanum, a new medical science must also be rebuilt, a
    • all were immediately united with the new stream which began
    • with the new founding of the General Anthroposophical Society
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    • red, he knew that a number of diseases — especially
    • through this medical consciousness. In my young days I knew a
    • spreading of our views if we were to devise an altogether new
    • receiving new forces of inspiration. A person who is
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    • remain permanently connected with the Section for the renewal
    • the newly founded Anthroposophical Society.
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    • than the new. Which is worse—to be possessed by spirits
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    • With the change of teeth the human being really renews his
    • concerned, the human being is entirely new in comparison to
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    • Foundation that a new character must come into the
    • understand perfectly that a new character is to come into the
    • do until the new patient is brought in, he throws in a few
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    • front of Libra, become New Moon. The moon in connection with
    • a new age did indeed dawn in humanity. To begin with, the old
    • are passing through the time between death and a new birth we
    • their passage between death and a new birth, to enter into
    • and a new birth. These were the people who were satisfied
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    • thoughts which no longer knew anything at all of the
    • thoroughly steeped in Arabism, he renewed the
    • between death and a new birth the human individuality
    • transforms into the new head organization the forces that
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    • Yuga has passed, that we have entered a new Age of Light
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    • which united us during these medical courses after New Year's
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    • old kidney substances and permits some new kidney substances
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Bridge Lecture 1: Soul and Spiritual in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • with every indrawn breath; it is not exactly newly born, but
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Bridge Lecture 2: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • look into the future — new worlds take shape. And as in
    • only because a new universe at once begins to dawn that we do
    • imbued with new life. Thus what goes on inside the boundary
    • of the moral a new natural world comes to birth.
    • for so it is when it is grasped in thoughts—new worlds
    • diluted into theory by Newton, was tabooed by the Roman
    • contributed towards the progress of our world, towards a new
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Bridge Lecture 3: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Happenings
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    • this in the new edition of the book (1918). What is thus
    • reality between death and a new birth. And just as here the
    • sense between death and a new birth, and merely rays into our
    • egohood, there unfolds within us a new reality leading into
    • by the will, new reality arises. Here we have — as if
    • semblance; and a new creation takes place in that through the
    • of matter; at the other pole, the new birth of matter.
    • only because whenever matter dies away, new matter comes into
    • and new ones written. It is the same with what comes into
    • where matter dies away into semblance and new matter arises,
    • semblance, and the future is a new creation in the condition
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    • death and a new birth; it may be called the world of
    • Newton except the head? Newton lives on in history as a head
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    • between the newly empowered Spirits of Personality and the
    • potentiality of his own personality the new form of thoughts
    • the thoughts. And he could accept this new state of things
    • invariably dispatch them to Europe, and the newly empowered
    • between death and a new life, by the individual himself who
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    • man knew that even if the Earth did indeed perish, the
    • cosmos would be there in the future. Man knew that it was not
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    • living thinking between death and a new birth. It is just
    • something within them was given new life. These experiences
    • form. He was given a new impulse. This was because the
    • it and it must again and again be formed anew. This is what
    • other part cannot move directly to a new position but must
    • come about, we must achieve new understanding by beginning
    • shall renew our connection with the environment. We participate
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    • this enigma; knew that man had become mortal through a
    • souls would be lost. Need for Earth to receive a new
    • new impulse, first recognized by the devils He had
    • the world. Faith must lift our moral ideas to a new
    • condition. The Mystery of Golgotha brings a new impulse
    • moral values. Nero the first psychoanalyst. He knew
    • that the old order was doomed, that a new turning-point
    • knew of the existence of a primordial wisdom which had
    • the spirit new creative possibilities will come.
    • is an urgent need today for new impulses, thoughts and
    • renewal, but only through the Catholic Church.
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    • new edition was one of the last books to be confiscated by
    • any more than the Roman Cardinals knew what they were
    • who were still familiar with the old traditions knew of
    • knew how difficult it was to hold orthodox opinions whilst at
    • all those who knew anything of the reality and traditions of
    • way on to the statute book — when this new modernized
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    • times knew this instinctively. It was modern materialism that
    • men knew at the time of the Mysteries that the story of
    • renewed. The God is still within you.”
    • spiritual insight people knew that the soul would be
    • was approaching when the spirits of men would incarnate anew
    • received a new impulse, then, in future incarnations, man
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    • and has always disapproved of change, but a new impulse must
    • the devils to speak because they knew Him.” Spiritual
    • before mankind had the slightest inkling of it. They knew it
    • will be possible to read the newspaper in its phosphorescent
    • also knew personally those pupils of the Apostles who had seen
    • Christ cherished them faithfully in their hearts and knew
    • a new soul is created. He was an advocate of
    • moving towards a new glacial epoch or towards entropy. But
    • and creates out of them a new world: “Heaven and Earth
    • the future Earth, into Jupiter. We then have a totally new
    • solid reality? To achieve this transformation a new impulse
    • It must make our moral ideas a reality, lift them to a new
    • plane and create a new world out of them. It is important
    • time the Mystery of Golgotha will bring a new impulse in
    • preparation for the new Jupiter evolution in which the future
    • with a new vitalizing force, which is revealed from time to
    • “seed” of a new world order as seen by
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    • stamens and so a new individual arises. Schelver firmly
    • new theory of pollination would doubtless be most welcome
    • forth an entirely new plant. But they now lack the vital
    • energies to do this; they require a new stimulus from
    • they have deteriorated. In consequence a new situation has
    • is, in the new stimulus which the Mystery of Golgotha brought
    • The new
    • if the Mystery of Golgotha had not brought a new spiritual
    • as I have done, of a new conception of the
    • that this new conception can be scientifically demonstrated,
    • meaning with the new powers that the Christ Impulse has
    • the world; no new laws can originate there. But to those who
    • the Scribes, must approach the world in a new light, as
    • accommodate ourselves to this new outlook. Occasionally one
    • reproduction. The spores fall to the ground where a new
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    • metamorphosis, that is, if the new individual had been able
    • becomes a powerful impulse towards a new understanding of
    • him from a new angle, so that he reveals once again his
    • teachers, the hierophants of ancient times, knew full well
    • me and which will bring new Mysteries, for the old Mysteries
    • spiritual principles embodied in those Mysteries. He knew
    • the Baptist knew was also known to Nero. For Nero also knew
    • Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” Nero also knew that the
    • Parousia, the Second Advent, is a reality. Nero knew that a
    • new order was imminent, but it was not to his liking. Hence
    • was then nearing its end and would have to begin anew. But in
    • persists after the new impulse has already begun to operate.
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    • this new material so that our later enquiry may bear
    • devils knew who Christ was. On the other hand Christ Himself
    • they knew He was the Christ.”
    • them suffered them not to speak: for they knewLuke IV, 41).
    • world therefore knew of His advent. The more informed leaders
    • a people they received the gods of the newly conquered people
    • They knew that the visible image of the gods concealed real
    • realize that the new impulse had come from the spiritual
    • echoed again and again in the New Testament, what lies behind
    • into their pantheon as a new god amongst the other gods
    • knew no other way of bringing his message home to the tyrant,
    • be a new innovation. But in fact we are simply witnessing a
    • cult acts. People knew that in earlier times wisdom was not
    • spiritual worlds. They knew that in primordial times priests
    • miscarried. Instead of establishing a new Rome on the site of
    • Troy, he decided to found a new city, Constantinople,
    • hidden impulses of Rome to a new site and so restore them to
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    • the Spirit which is concealed behind the Sun. He knew that
    • he knew that the policies he proposed to embark upon could
    • we seek to introduce new impulses into world evolution by
    • initiation he knew that the human soul was related to the
    • decided to approach the problem from another angle. His new
    • are vain. For even if we believe that Christ has brought new
    • albumen, it would be possible to read the newspaper in its
    • criticism offered nothing new that was not already known to
    • reading the Jewish scriptures. The New Testament is full of
    • the Tübingen school of New Testament research, and
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    • himself in a new light. But this knowledge made considerable
    • were aware of the real meaning of the Mystery teachings knew
    • experience an inner intimation, a kind of modern renewal of
    • for them, they are transformed and acquire new life. (I am
    • have newly arisen in me I owe to Christ; they could never
    • thing. Hellenism must be renewed from within and
    • unquestionably will be renewed. We must find the path to the
    • historical events in a new and different light.
    • “the new orientation”. And Knauer continues:
    • voice of Kant or the voice of the “new
    • renew it — certainly not the American people, and in
    • the spirit new creative possibilities must arise.”
    • spirit new creative possibilities will arise! The power of
    • leaders of new movements, men of original mind,
    • representatives of new principles, though they may lead to
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    • present epoch has need of new impulses, new thoughts and
    • news of the outside world. These are echoes of the ancient
    • completely new. It had taught us to integrate the individual
    • life with something completely new. And he proceeded to
    • are to build afresh it must be from totally new foundations.
    • If we are to bring about a spiritual renewal we must make a
    • world or — omnia instaurare in Christo” (to renew
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    • Then evolution continues and takes on a new course. These two
    • main stream of Christianity, to be a new flowering of
    • indicated as a new path to the Christ. This idea which we
    • concerned with the physical world? The initiates knew that
    • deny it. And they knew that this denial merely creates
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    • civilization becoming more external. New impulses in
    • newness of history as a science and need to bring in the life
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    • new approach to education, going into the subject in some
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    • has been preparing for centuries. The new element wanting to
    • also knows that people actually no longer knew how to use the
    • has failed to wake up and take notice, were to lead to a new
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    • acquired habits will have to go and a new way of thinking and
    • seriously still knew of these things. After this,
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    • before that the new and different views presented to them are
    • the New Testament words that are fundamental in this respect:
    • are not new — I had a photograph of my certificate of
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    • how swiftly this has gone, that new and different fabulous
    • something bad. We therefore must seek ever new ways, look for
    • new forms over and over again. This is what really
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    • number of short chapters in the new book because the times
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    • The New Spirituality
    • Astyphilos who knew how to interpret dreams. Astyphilos was
    • if news were to get around — not in the old form but in a
    • new one — that Woodrow Wilson had taken his inspiration
    • still knew this at the end of the eighteenth century —
    • eighteenth century, Saint-Martin knew that if we are to have
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    • knew full well the nature of this ahrimanic spirit. To some
    • of their innocence and knew themselves to be in the
    • The new inwardness of life of which I have spoken has many
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    • completely new spirit. It will involve many sacrifices. But
    • which has new
    • develop new ideas, which also have not existed before. Let me
    • realization. We must take a new look at events, for the
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    • the question comes up: ‘Why was a particular newspaper
    • before the war and would have written new works. He would
    • will not get us out of it and that new ideas are needed, the
    • effort must be made to gain new ideas, and this is only
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    • today. A certain group of people knew of the facts of which I
    • have spoken; they knew that the events I have described as
    • would ever fail to make new literary works widely known? You
    • stages of becoming what it is today. A new literary work
    • mass of people to know nothing of radically new developments
    • the world comes to an end, people will read their newspapers
    • next to our own. If they still knew how to do it, they would
    • return again and again to learn new things. On the other
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    • No one in the newspaper world is, of course, going to admit
    • It alone will be able to let new life arise from the dying
    • forms of the present life of mind and intellect — new
    • also needs new stimulus. Yesterday I spoke of how difficult
    • recommend that you read the new issue of
    • the old style, even if it is thought to be in a very new
    • opportunity of getting old and new absolutely side by side
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    • are ever new in earth existence. Both are necessary. It is
    • new population consisting entirely of Europeans has arrived
    • prejudices as new ideals.
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    • but it is certainly true that anthroposophy throws a new and much
    • evidence of their being used up without anything new taking
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    • combinations are always new. It is therefore not possible to
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    • the heart. But the dawn of a new epoch is needed for this. In our
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    • puzzles taken from newspapers; this leads only to pedantry. On
    • ill, but she knew what it meant to be ill, for she was ill also. She
    • strange contradiction that each knew only what might help the other
    • one, but for himself and herself knew no means of help. This
    • determine his own way in later times through the new clairvoyance. It
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    • Hudson, New York
    • Star Route, Hudson, New York 12534,
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    • spiritual science are not only new but of necessity mobile.
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    • or can be, to view not a new world, but the same world from
    • totally new angles we did not know existed. But it takes some
    • each and with that moving on to new tasks already being
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    • died before they had reached that patriarchal age knew of a
    • world other than the physical-material one. They knew: In
    • The Greeks knew
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    • Human Development, the Necessity for New, Living Ideas, Spirit
    • in need of new ideas must be obvious from the many things we
    • fundamentally new. Certainly it has produced, in admirable
    • fashion, an enormous amount of new facts and combinations of
    • evolution; but the concept of evolution is in itself not new;
    • and thus introduced something quite new which as yet is not
    • pictures is something new. It enables one to transform
    • alone brings man new concepts enabling him to penetrate true
    • which the spirit-soul being of man knew itself dependent,
    • earth's environment. He knew that they are related, that they
    • understand the evolution of the human race, a completely new
    • circles. In his endeavour to discover new approaches to political
    • in a daily newspaper. The article is quite inoffensive,
    • on the first page one finds the newspaper article reproduced,
    • So you have a book with a newspaper article quoted four
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    • the fact that people of that age were wise and knew how life
    • inherent necessity. The need for new insight and deeper
    • anew to form concepts that correspond to reality. A tree
    • be something quite new, intellectual mysticism, mystical
    • that a new path, a new connection, be found to truth and
    • going to renew the world.
    • learned that a new link to reality has to be found. In the
    • Instead, a new quality of originality will appear, a quality
    • new way of communion with the spiritual world. When they
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    • substances which they either ignored or knew nothing of, they
    • Newtonian theory that color effects originate exclusively
    • accepted concept of space must be altered, must acquire a new
    • a new civilization-epoch was preparing in Europe. The
    • I knew Guido von List when he was still a reasonable person and
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    • through a completely new way of looking at things. It cannot
    • mankind's future depends upon a new understanding taking hold
    • sense. Those who knew him, even if only through his work, saw
    • new will emerge.
    • It is fully understandable to someone who knew him well why
    • for the reality of the time between death and new birth. We
    • received the Christ impulse anew they would have lost it
    • impulse to arise anew on the foundation of spiritual
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    • but also of how it exists between death and new birth. This
    • to become aware of the way we exist between death and new
    • lives between death and new birth; in fact, for awareness of
    • the realm in which we are between death and new birth, it is
    • perspective on life between death and new birth. One must
    • region we pass through between death and new birth. It is a
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    • and new birth. This can be said to be one group of concepts
    • evolution during the time between death and new birth; what
    • new birth we bring with us; it becomes experience in this
    • are so conditioned during life between death and new birth
    • that we prepare and organize our new ether body in such a way
    • concepts and ideas, vivifying it enough to engender new
    • infused with new life, and in particular the Church should be
    • comparatively short time, spent studying his new task and
    • remained aged 27 in the real sense. As he introduced new
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    • fact that new viewpoints are continually sought from which to
    • understood from ever new aspects. Whoever takes in the
    • It is something quite new, new in the same sense as a child
    • is new when compared to an old man, perhaps his grandfather,
    • newspaper magnate, and he is on his way to becoming one in America.
    • newspaper; it carries articles written by local individuals;
    • provincial presses a uniform model newspaper. One could
    • French and American press. Certain newspapers in Britain,
    • from the same central office. Those newspapers which are
    • American and French newspapers, but a Russian one as well. A
    • newspaper called
    • The Old and the New Faith.
    • newspapers to the joy of the pale aesthetic Swabian
    • attain a new relationship to truth. An essential aspect of
    • new edition of my book
    • did the idea come to Lessing? He knew of course that it had
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    • what they themselves have revealed either through the Old or the New
    • that what he knew about himself became less and less substantial. It
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
    • as a new moral content. This must be taken up into our meditation.
    • for Religious Renewal, when it follows its essential nature,
    • Religious Renewal has given even a number of older
    • Renewal is being turned into the crassest sectarianism, which
    • Renewal, which is not meant to be sectarian, it is not gripped right
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    • what they themselves have revealed either through the Old or the New
    • that what he knew about himself became less and less substantial. It
    • the earth was in fact a new land for Christ. We must extend our
    • as a new moral content. This must be taken up into our meditation.
    • for Religious Renewal, when it follows its essential nature,
    • Religious Renewal has given even a number of older
    • Renewal is being turned into the crassest sectarianism, which
    • Renewal, which is not meant to be sectarian, it is not gripped right
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    • categories, within which will be united, as in a whole new
    • often extremely abstract, must die out, and quite new
    • of creating new branches which will comprise quite different
    • given by Newton. We have the given details and then we spin a
    • the inversion quite a new form arises. The form may appear
    • the one cell, the male, calling forth new and different
    • remembering that now we must renew, in full consciousness,
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    • new ellipses, so to speak
    • this was done simply by adding something new to the picture
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    • Thus a new science of Astronomy must be
    • work out of new ideas This man, however, still had much of
    • Kepler's living way. Newton then killed the law. He did
    • expressed by one half of Newton's Law, and on the other
    • side the other half, the forces of Newton's
    • distances.” Here then you have the Newtonian Law of
    • caput mortum of the Newtonian force of attraction,
    • life of the Newtonian concept, which is really the corpse of
    • the Newtonian force of attraction to that which suddenly
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    • scientists of the Newtonian school will certainly say —
    • the tree by which Newton arrived at his theory, there is the
    • universe. Then however, by way of Newton a development set in
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    • new way of penetrating into the Universe by processes which
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    • there tends to be in the new age — the Age of
    • reckon out how long ahead it will be till a new glacial age
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    • nature, while at the outer periphery a new development has
    • Year by year a new world of plants springs, so to speak, from
    • the perennial, from which new vegetation, new plant-growth
    • as they do in medicine! Scarcely has any new thing been
    • planetary system; it receives something new into itself,
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    • the new epoch in civilisation, known to us as the Fifth
    • like a renewal of the ancient heliocentric system. Yet the
    • have not to go on from Kepler, as Newton did, into still
    • further abstractions. For Newton put abstractions in the
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    • way. We need experiments along new lines, as you must see,
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    • problematical feature in the Newtonian conception. We are to
    • without presupposing which the Newtonian system would break
    • this however, my dear Friends, — unwelcome as the news
    • old heliocentric system and the new heliocentric, the
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    • trace them ever anew, varying them all the time. There is no
    • — renewed in front, accruing all the time in this
    • equipping our new laboratories with the most costly and
    • we must do, as I said before, is to devise new kinds of
    • empty room, which we go into with the thoughts of a new
    • Newtonian. He said, it is in fact impossible for any man to
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    • The Greek knew that when he spoke of the whole universe he could not
    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
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    • conditions of to-day and the new impulse which must enter science is
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    • the New Testament: ‘Unto them that are without, the mysteries
    • far past ages men knew well that in the summer season the lower elemental
    • With their ancient clairvoyance men knew that the greatest
    • repetition of the Persian, and the seventh a revival and renewal of
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • with deeds in the Cosmos. This knowledge will be gained anew during
    • Beings. We have in these pictures a renewal of certain knowledge that
    • needs to be renewed at the present time, because the third
    • from one New Year's Day to the next. This has been the cause of further
    • A new edition of the Calendar is in course
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    • the New Testament: ‘Unto them that are without, the mysteries
    • far past ages men knew well that in the summer season the lower elemental
    • With their ancient clairvoyance men knew that the greatest
    • repetition of the Persian, and the seventh a revival and renewal of
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • with deeds in the Cosmos. This knowledge will be gained anew during
    • Beings. We have in these pictures a renewal of certain knowledge that
    • needs to be renewed at the present time, because the third
    • from one New Year's Day to the next. This has been the cause of further
    • A new edition of the Calendar is in course
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    • were acquainted with this realm knew well why they called what
    • awakening anew every spring, so that the earth organism with its
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    • were acquainted with this realm knew well why they called what
    • awakening anew every spring, so that the earth organism with its
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    • important transformations that have taken place in the new
    • — only a very few human souls — knew anything of
    • the priests — according to Dupuis — knew that it
    • was so much ‘eye-wash.’ They knew that such a
    • existed; they knew that all that goes on the Earth is
    • these celestial processes bring about on Earth. They knew
    • than a mask for the Sun. The priests knew well enough that
    • Sun of the New Testament, by contrast to Hercules, Dionysos
    • preserved as esoteric were the facts they knew about certain
    • no Chemistry. They knew nothing at all of the great world of
    • human soul between death and new birth, knows how thankful
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    • with the cosmic Book of the New Testament; it is at least in
    • accordance with the spirit of the New Testament. But in the
    • new birth. We cannot learn to know these human souls unless
    • and a new birth. No doubt the thoughts about life between
    • death and a new birth were far remote from the Philistine
    • transition from the old Mysteries to the new. I said that
    • example; it stops short at the Virgin Wisdom, whereas the new
    • Science (Newtonian physics), as you will find it to-day in
    • strive in all earnestness towards new ideas and new
    • really be pining for concepts, new ideas. We must bring this
    • honestly and uprightly for a new grasp of the world, a new
    • to reveal in the new sense will be the best of Christmas
    • old things, but to make the new — the new that must be
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    • the constellations of the Zodiac. They knew that when the
    • materialistic epoch. They knew, moreover, that the Mystery of
    • system, yet with this difference: — They knew that the
    • another reason why those who knew the Mysteries felt
    • and they always knew that with every secret of a starry
    • whole Cosmos. He knew that with his head, which he turns
    • will) knew something else as well. When we observe the stars
    • to seek in a new form for what the stars can say to us. But
    • we shall only find it in its new form if we are able once
    • egg. It goes without saying: from the egg a new hen is
    • science have been planted again in a new form, and they must
    • will be fruitful; this will endow us with new purposes and
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    • the evolution of the earth and this is indicated in the New
    • super-sensible conceptions. Christ will be born anew in the
    • that we can see the NEW CHRISTMAS LIGHTS OF A NEW SPIRITUAL LIFE.
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    • the evolution of the earth and this is indicated in the New
    • super-sensible conceptions. Christ will be born anew in the
    • that we can see the NEW CHRISTMAS LIGHTS OF A NEW SPIRITUAL LIFE.
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    • ancient Indian wisdom knew this, and fixed the end of the
    • of Kali-Yuga. Thus it had an intimation of a new age. This new
    • absorbing the new light, the pure light, in our earthly
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    • ancient Indian wisdom knew this, and fixed the end of the
    • of Kali-Yuga. Thus it had an intimation of a new age. This new
    • absorbing the new light, the pure light, in our earthly
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    • gain a knowledge of the universe, for they knew that the
    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • simply knew unconsciously (let me use this paradoxical
    • something new: What modern natural science brings to the fore, is
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
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    • gain a knowledge of the universe, for they knew that the
    • being; they knew that they could only learn something about man's
    • in London knew anything about these photos, nor that they had
    • simply knew unconsciously (let me use this paradoxical
    • something new: What modern natural science brings to the fore, is
    • shall see that this perception outside the body gives us a new
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    • to a new birth. We have already explained that in the present
    • death and a new birth. But in the present epoch this capacity of
    • stand in regard to the life between death and a new birth? In our
    • and death, but between death and a new birth he essentially
    • manifest in the spiritual world. Between death and a new birth,
    • death. But between death and a new birth he cannot live in an
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • confronted him, but between death and a new birth, the divine
    • between death and a new birth. Man is therefore threatened by the
    • spiritual should appear to man in a new way, not in the same way
    • obtains a new meaning when it receives it anew from the centre.
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    • to a new birth. We have already explained that in the present
    • death and a new birth. But in the present epoch this capacity of
    • stand in regard to the life between death and a new birth? In our
    • and death, but between death and a new birth he essentially
    • manifest in the spiritual world. Between death and a new birth,
    • death. But between death and a new birth he cannot live in an
    • between death and a new birth he feels a complete lack of freedom
    • confronted him, but between death and a new birth, the divine
    • between death and a new birth. Man is therefore threatened by the
    • spiritual should appear to man in a new way, not in the same way
    • obtains a new meaning when it receives it anew from the centre.
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    • Man thus knew that
    • it. But a Greek who had been initiated into the Mysteries knew
    • world conception had completely set, an entirely new soul mood
    • but with a new living knowledge, a knowledge that is once more
    • wished to set forth a style of art in keeping with the new
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    • Man thus knew that
    • it. But a Greek who had been initiated into the Mysteries knew
    • world conception had completely set, an entirely new soul mood
    • but with a new living knowledge, a knowledge that is once more
    • wished to set forth a style of art in keeping with the new
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    • took up a new posture. And when he grew fully conscious of this
    • new posture, then he could be influenced by the divine spiritual
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • into their physical life on earth. And because they knew how they
    • soul-spiritual worlds, as a human soul. The first Christians knew
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    • took up a new posture. And when he grew fully conscious of this
    • new posture, then he could be influenced by the divine spiritual
    • exactly like sense impressions. In this way, we rise up to a new
    • into their physical life on earth. And because they knew how they
    • soul-spiritual worlds, as a human soul. The first Christians knew
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    • the soul-spiritual world between death and a new birth, can also
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • even as the human being passes over into a new world development
    • they pass on to new metamorphoses of earthly life. I would have
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
    • over to new planetary phases of world development.
    • in the Gospels resound to us in a new and wonderful way;
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    • the soul-spiritual world between death and a new birth, can also
    • longer exists; it will pass over into a new world development,
    • even as the human being passes over into a new world development
    • they pass on to new metamorphoses of earthly life. I would have
    • appear in an entirely new light, in a different way from what it
    • over to new planetary phases of world development.
    • in the Gospels resound to us in a new and wonderful way;
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    • anew at Christmas time.
    • becomes something to which man must acquire a new relation, for the
    • must become the stem of the Cross because man must unite himself anew
    • to form the new union.
    • character that appeared in a new form in the Jesus-Child. When we so
    • to other results, but leads to what can be observed in the newer
    • to pass away and has now to arise anew, it must since Golgotha be
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    • anew at Christmas time.
    • becomes something to which man must acquire a new relation, for the
    • must become the stem of the Cross because man must unite himself anew
    • to form the new union.
    • character that appeared in a new form in the Jesus-Child. When we so
    • to other results, but leads to what can be observed in the newer
    • to pass away and has now to arise anew, it must since Golgotha be
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    • Spring Valley, New York
    • becomes something to which the human being must gain a new
    • must unite himself anew with the properly understood Tree of
    • they knew only single fragments of the sacred story. The initial
    • to understand anything, they just accepted it, but new that they
    • development must enter into a new bond with that which united
    • which the Cross must be made, through which he establishes a new
    • that appeared in a new form in the Jesus Child, has conquered the
    • things, but it leads to something that can be observed in the newer
    • renewed in the sense it has been today, to let the Christmas
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    • becomes something to which the human being must gain a new
    • must unite himself anew with the properly understood Tree of
    • they knew only single fragments of the sacred story. The initial
    • to understand anything, they just accepted it, but new that they
    • development must enter into a new bond with that which united
    • which the Cross must be made, through which he establishes a new
    • that appeared in a new form in the Jesus Child, has conquered the
    • things, but it leads to something that can be observed in the newer
    • renewed in the sense it has been today, to let the Christmas
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    • Bread. The new Essene teaching
    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
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    • each writer knew he was capable of describing one side only
    • given in the New Testament, trusting that we may be able to
    • opening of a new world, revealing as it did the vastness and
    • sense, held the balance between the old and the new, between
    • the old spiritual perception and the new sense-perception
    • clairvoyant vision, a new outlook and a new hope of the
    • spiritual world. He opened out a new path to these people. He
    • To the new
    • Yoga-training, but a new way was to be opened for men by
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    • course of time. We see the necessity that the new should
    • the old and the new, the goal of the universe, and especially
    • in certain epochs Hermes knew what comes from the Sun, and
    • conflict between the old and the new, how in evolution
    • is not only needed as inaugurator of a new civilization for
    • the germ of this new civilization. To understand the
    • triviality of the newer culture in general that has been
    • he had to develop anew, and reflect it back again in a
    • would require a bodily instrument fitted to the new age.
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    • new was to be revealed to men.
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    • life and movement. This was the new consciousness that dawned
    • in Abraham. He now knew that in the Hebrew blood, passing
    • Jehovah assumed through the entrance of a new impulse six
    • development. This was felt by those who first knew something
    • declared before the judge, who knew something of
    • then attained Buddha-hood; and the new Bodhisattva, who
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    • were passed, the Essene knew he was freed from the influences
    • matter; they alone knew the truth of the fact which can be
    • described as the ‘Event of Abraham’ they knew it
    • also knew that if a man was to rise to a Being who was to
    • Essene knew something more; he knew just as man has to rise
    • Essenes knew this. An Essene said to himself: ‘Thou
    • concerned with is something entirely new in the realm into
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    • a new thread of memory had arisen, which does not go back to
    • previous personalities. This new thread of memory then is not
    • until a new memory arises and with it another name. As long
    • knew the secret of his reincarnation, and expected it to
    • knew that the honoured name of Zarathustra would guide them,
    • knew the secret of his reincarnation, and expected it to
    • knew that the honoured name of Zarathustra would guide them,
    • prepared for the new bodily-nature of Zarathustra, was
    • Chaldean Initiates; they knew of the individuality
    • and entered on a new existence when it became the
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    • outline: the law, that all through human development new
    • Throughout the ages we can trace the development of new
    • civilization; but before any entirely new faculty can appear,
    • translation the full glory of the new age that was
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    • ever new experiences await him, and what he experiences is
    • plunge down into the physical body knew they approached
    • initiation must be pictured as bringing entirely new
    • experiences and new knowledge, and that it impressed on the
    • emotions have been overcome. The Christ knew this, and facing
    • of our new Spiritual Science is to teach people to read these
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    • into the ego. What was essentially new was this: What
    • laid on the difference between the old teaching and the new;
    • who note the new shades of meaning should apply them to the
    • historical investigations of the New Testament records, you
    • blessed in itself in a new way. The sentence: ‘Blessed
    • will find the Kingdoms of the Heavens!’ is the new
    • to the new teaching it would be said: Sufferers can now find
    • can find comfort within themselves by entering into a new
    • a new power to the etheric body. Hence the new truth
    • new truth, and find in themselves the solace for every
    • the passions and emotions of his astral body. So the new
    • expression, after which he can make further ascent, in a new
    • to stage; that he is not born anew in a physical body in a
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    • Bread. The new Essene teaching.
    • things were to take on a new colouring — a new
    • reference to a new impulse that was being implanted in
    • pervaded by this new impulse, so also is that which follows,
    • perception were such that men knew of certain forces working
    • new and living force into human nature which enables Him to
    • accomplished in a new way. This is what is found when the
    • empowered to disclose a new meaning in the ancient teaching,
    • and to carry out the ancient healing by means of a new
    • Christ-force about them; it was visible to them. They knew
    • what will flower in you in future epochs in an entirely new
    • technical terms. The disciples knew therefore, that during
    • they knew that in their imaginative clairvoyant consciousness
    • powers, and with these new powers Christ can be seen in the
    • the Maitreya Buddha is what might be called the new Essene
    • was no narrow movement; news of the appearance of a new
    • according to the living spirit of a new Bodhisattva, and not
    • when the Christ will appear in a new form in an etheric body.
    • new Essene wisdom are developing new forces in preparation
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    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
    • impulse towards a new initiation, comes the teaching given by
    • new form. What He gave them was not so much by way of
    • always considered from this aspect by those who knew somewhat
    • in order that the higher triad, as a new spiritual gift from
    • Christ. They knew that these leaders of men had developed
    • ancient, yet ever new teaching of the Mysteries: The teaching
    • when Peter stood before the Christ, and our Lord knew that in
    • living God’ — Christ knew He could now inform
    • those standing round Him that something new was about to
    • begin on earth, that a new model could now be given to them.
    • where they will decay and a new plant will appear; this in
    • new plant. But this is not the case. In respect of its
    • concerned; the new plant is of entirely new material.
    • Actually a new formation has taken place.
    • up within itself in the form of a spiral, and the new
    • evolution comes forth as a new spiral out of the old,
    • beginning of the new there is a little ‘gap,’
    • new shoot within an evolution.
    • when man enters the spiritual world an entirely new
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    • In the Mysteries people knew, and still know, of this twofold
    • of the life of Moses is but an old Epic, served up in a new
    • renewing old bonds which had been lost to humanity, the words
    • heard from the Cross come down to us in a new sense:
    • organizing quality lay here at the foundation of a new kind
    • force at work in the world, which is now to work in a new
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    • Looking upon this evolution as a rational progress into which new
    • contents, new qualities are poured, we begin to realise the true
    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • constellations. He knew too, how to decipher the signs in
    • knew only the lower Devas and were therefore taught: ‘Penetrate
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • Looking upon this evolution as a rational progress into which new
    • contents, new qualities are poured, we begin to realise the true
    • Ones, new qualities, new impulses for the progressive evolution of
    • constellations. He knew too, how to decipher the signs in
    • knew only the lower Devas and were therefore taught: ‘Penetrate
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such, he personally knew the
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • millennia before the Christian era — knew from actual
    • only knew the lowest images of the realm of which this vision made
    • forth with a message which was to renew the ancient wisdom, he also
    • he knew at the same time: there is no mere chance connection between
    • their traditions of ancient clairvoyance. They knew of the existence
    • — He knew Osiris and Osiris arose within his soul.
    • thus revealed, the ancient Egyptian saw a spiritual script. He knew:
    • marvellous processes enacted by the light passing from the new Moon
    • visible in the Sign of Cancer, they knew that the Sun would shortly
    • strange animal cults. The Egyptians knew: The age when wisdom itself
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    • his knowledge by speaking of it as a renewal of the wisdom given to
    • millennia before the Christian era — knew from actual
    • only knew the lowest images of the realm of which this vision made
    • forth with a message which was to renew the ancient wisdom, he also
    • he knew at the same time: there is no mere chance connection between
    • their traditions of ancient clairvoyance. They knew of the existence
    • — He knew Osiris and Osiris arose within his soul.
    • thus revealed, the ancient Egyptian saw a spiritual script. He knew:
    • marvellous processes enacted by the light passing from the new Moon
    • visible in the Sign of Cancer, they knew that the Sun would shortly
    • strange animal cults. The Egyptians knew: The age when wisdom itself
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    • that were we to attempt new experiments in the field of aeronautics,
    • spin such a cocoon modelled on light, a new animal would arise from the
    • to propagate itself and perish in order to re-emerge as a new being.
    • and loses the watery element. New regions appear where it must have
    • spirit to create the new being. This same thing applies to mankind.
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    • that were we to attempt new experiments in the field of aeronautics,
    • spin such a cocoon modelled on light, a new animal would arise from the
    • to propagate itself and perish in order to re-emerge as a new being.
    • and loses the watery element. New regions appear where it must have
    • spirit to create the new being. This same thing applies to mankind.
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    • spiritual world between death and a new birth.
    • spiritual life between death and a new birth the exact opposite
    • and a new birth we feel within us and experience the world of spiritual
    • death and a new birth there is a rhythm. It consists in an alternation
    • dear friends, had we no experience between death and a new birth of
    • strong in proportion to the clearness with which between death and a new
    • But if between death and a new birth we were able to experience only
    • death and a new birth. But by directing our gaze to the soul we can
    • the faculty of remembering, and we have to win through to a new feeling
    • indeed the shadow of our experience of self between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth gives us the faculty of memory. Over there
    • in the spiritual world between death and a new birth alternates between
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    • spiritual world between death and a new birth.
    • spiritual life between death and a new birth the exact opposite
    • and a new birth we feel within us and experience the world of spiritual
    • death and a new birth there is a rhythm. It consists in an alternation
    • dear friends, had we no experience between death and a new birth of
    • strong in proportion to the clearness with which between death and a new
    • But if between death and a new birth we were able to experience only
    • death and a new birth. But by directing our gaze to the soul we can
    • the faculty of remembering, and we have to win through to a new feeling
    • indeed the shadow of our experience of self between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth gives us the faculty of memory. Over there
    • in the spiritual world between death and a new birth alternates between
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    • developed as new faculties from out of the ordinary life of the soul we
    • time knew that certain experiences they had in their soul did not come
    • from a pre-earthly existence. They knew it from the experiences
    • day before and the new and original experience of the night — then
    • a reviving and refreshing force streams into the organism for the new
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    • developed as new faculties from out of the ordinary life of the soul we
    • time knew that certain experiences they had in their soul did not come
    • from a pre-earthly existence. They knew it from the experiences
    • day before and the new and original experience of the night — then
    • a reviving and refreshing force streams into the organism for the new
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    • muddle-heads. Ordinary everyday science dubs them fools. A new
    • of the newspapers set forth these laws for the cultured and
    • obsolete. This new bible was written under the influence of
    • new faith” on that basis which these personalities
    • the reasoning of the followers of the new creed; and this fact
    • For these are hidden nooks in the creed of these “New
    • but the opinions of the “New Believers” about man
    • New Believers.” On page 489, Vol II of the 4th
    • On account of this the “New Believer”
    • shape. In this way new species of animals can evolve as long as
    • origin of new species of animals and plants is
    • point out in this lecture how the “new faith”
    • And so the new
    • thrown out of the temple of the new faith and man has been
    • necessary” laws. The “new believer” retires
    • souls.” And the “new believer” acknowledges
    • has built up his convictions. What would a “new
    • No doubt our “new believer” would reply: Your
    • follow if the “new believer” really remained true to
    • it is true that the “new believers” who think
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    • muddle-heads. Ordinary everyday science dubs them fools. A new
    • of the newspapers set forth these laws for the cultured and
    • obsolete. This new bible was written under the influence of
    • new faith” on that basis which these personalities
    • the reasoning of the followers of the new creed; and this fact
    • For these are hidden nooks in the creed of these “New
    • but the opinions of the “New Believers” about man
    • New Believers.” On page 489, Vol II of the 4th
    • On account of this the “New Believer”
    • shape. In this way new species of animals can evolve as long as
    • origin of new species of animals and plants is
    • point out in this lecture how the “new faith”
    • And so the new
    • thrown out of the temple of the new faith and man has been
    • necessary” laws. The “new believer” retires
    • souls.” And the “new believer” acknowledges
    • has built up his convictions. What would a “new
    • No doubt our “new believer” would reply: Your
    • follow if the “new believer” really remained true to
    • it is true that the “new believers” who think
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    • established and the possibility of a new living being is
    • forming a new plant. One can therefore say quite certainly of
    • which has taken away life from them lies in the new living
    • again and again and bear fruit; and on which ever new
    • beyond the bringing forth of a new creation, is confronted
    • it has to do with a truth which is just as new to the man of
    • trivialities, was new, and even unknown, to the world of
    • only in lay circles. but even in scientific ones, for new
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • find that the new being coming forth is in reality concerned
    • new embryo of the plant which develops in the blossom of the
    • the new seed.
    • new and thereby enrich the individual core of our being, we
    • rest. What is used up is compensated for by something new,
    • into an exchange with the new. The result is expressed in
    • a new life within the human soul, just as in the animal
    • entering into exchange-relationship with what is new and
    • the new of our soul and spirit. What forces are in that? Such
    • within the Ego-world, yet receive a new world of inner
    • that they prove to be a reality through a newly-born memory,
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    • established and the possibility of a new living being is
    • forming a new plant. One can therefore say quite certainly of
    • which has taken away life from them lies in the new living
    • again and again and bear fruit; and on which ever new
    • beyond the bringing forth of a new creation, is confronted
    • it has to do with a truth which is just as new to the man of
    • trivialities, was new, and even unknown, to the world of
    • only in lay circles. but even in scientific ones, for new
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • find that the new being coming forth is in reality concerned
    • new embryo of the plant which develops in the blossom of the
    • the new seed.
    • new and thereby enrich the individual core of our being, we
    • rest. What is used up is compensated for by something new,
    • into an exchange with the new. The result is expressed in
    • a new life within the human soul, just as in the animal
    • entering into exchange-relationship with what is new and
    • the new of our soul and spirit. What forces are in that? Such
    • within the Ego-world, yet receive a new world of inner
    • that they prove to be a reality through a newly-born memory,
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    • away, the new that has been prepared in our age emerges and
    • through three culture-epochs into the fourth. Then a new force
    • new age, symbolized by the sounding of the seven trumpets.
    • of what Jupiter is to be — the New Jerusalem. The force
    • Jupiter-evolution: that is the New Jerusalem. Those who have
    • of man. The regularity of the New Jerusalem is described in
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    • a new religion or desires to establish a new religious faith
    • union with the super-sensible spiritual world, because he knew
    • still knew nothing, while he still had no idea that there
    • knew whether the other was antagonistic to him or
    • organism was transformed. New eyes and ears arise through
    • Jesus. With his appearance anew element entered evolution. If
    • we would understand the essential nature of the new element
    • the whole folk which for him was ruled by one Ego. He knew
    • single ego he knew himself to be sheltered in the Father
    • expression, which signified the highest they knew to the
    • this new impulse man has enriched the old bond of love that
    • Christianity has not brought new doctrine. The essential
    • Consciousness will alter again, there will be a new relation
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    • observation new life rises up within him and permeates him;
    • spiritual, and how it can speak to us in a new language. A
    • irradiated with a new light through the anthroposophical
    • period and said, “With the advent of Christ Jesus a new
    • heard something, and yet really knew nothing, came to the
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    • now supplemented by essentially new structures.
    • understood the matter knew that when he died he united
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    • end and give place to a new one. Ancient Atlantis came to an
    • to happen for thousands of years, and their successors knew
    • books he knew that his successors would carry into effect
    • had to be preserved by a new impulse from slipping completely
    • who gave the impulse to new spiritual life. We owe to the
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    • bodies would be occupied by newly incoming souls at a low
    • All against All — and appear in new bodies which will
    • interval had passed. The earth then emerged anew out of the
    • die new civilization arose in the ancient Indian age, the
    • become can no longer be symbolized by the horse. A new symbol
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    • whom the German legend knew to be a straggler, namely, Loki,
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    • began with his first incarnation, then took on a new body
    • the “snail-shell” of his body he knew what he
    • appears in a new light; and this takes place extremely
    • itself anew. An entirely new power enters in, the power which
    • new impulses and new forces which have significance for the
    • the whole earth, was then inoculated with something new. The
    • as the writer of John's Gospel, all that he knew, all that he
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    • evolution a man ought only to have such impulses until a new
    • fresh life and new energy. Tolstoi is a premature flower of
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    • people every-where, and they founded new civilizations,
    • East. The sixth stage will be the foundation for the new
    • age will continue into the new epoch, just as the sixth and
    • how the present-day humanity will pass into the new epoch
    • symbolism — has run its course, a new epoch will begin
    • for our earth development in which again new forms will
    • appear. And this new epoch, which will follow the one just
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    • led beyond the great Atlantean flood to our new culture, from
    • live in the astralized earth. Thus man, a new being, will
    • same way, in that which we shall have developed as our new
    • you are building a future temple, that is to say, the new
    • which are to live the new beings in the Jupiter period.
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    • because the initiates in the Mysteries always knew about
    • to the human kingdom when he can form man anew in free
    • That is a new condition of form which again will have its seven
    • consciousness; during the day-consciousness he knew nothing
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    • that man gains an entirely new state of consciousness in
    • of the New Jerusalem. Man will then already look into that
    • evolution. This is the plan which is called the New
    • Jerusalem. They live in a new heaven and a new earth, that
    • is, Jupiter. This new Jupiter will be accompanied by a
    • formed, it will be a new earth, soil, air, water, everything
    • new light. It will no longer call forth anxiety and
    • regular form of the New Jerusalem is revealed to him
    • spiritually. The regularity of the New Jerusalem is indicated
    • Christ appears to me.” Thus the Apocalypse was nothing new;
    • something new. The essential thing was that for those who
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    • the urge towards the sacramental carried further by a new knowledge
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    • new moons and your Sabbaths I cannot away with.
    • therefore He annulled, that the new law of our Lord Jesus Christ,
    • the new people for Himself might show, while He was on earth,
    • as He renewed us in the remission of sins, He made us to be a new type,
    • we have been created anew, as He saith again in another prophet;
    • are to give Me, who am to offer My flesh for the sins of My new
    • have been made new by the Lord, we shall be able to hallow it
    • saith to them; Your new moons and your Sabbaths I cannot away with.
    • became new, created afresh from the beginning. Wherefore God
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    • unnoticed by the Romans; and even Tacitus knew practically nothing of
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    • the Canon of the New Testament that they are actually found in one or
    • in many early editions of the New Testament but judged as apocryphal
    • fact of Christ holding the Beast in balance. Certain circles knew
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    • and renewing of the vital fluids; a destroying and renewing of the
    • of continuous dissolution and renewal which is the truth about the life
    • renewal in his organism. We should need no drugs from the chemist if
    • the individual man not only knew how to apply this mastery to his own
    • dissolution and renewal, excretion and assimilation, occurring under the
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    • Jundí Sábúr, in the new Persian kingdom. And
    • that some people in Rome wished to infuse with new life.
    • backwards towards the Sentient Soul through a renewal of old rituals
    • a real renewal of the old religious feeling of the Sentient Soul. The
    • new life is brought into what is dead and was intended for the age of
    • the Sentient Soul. The new life must come from all that Spiritual
    • to be sought anew; we must take in earnest the words: “I am
    • new impulses which flow out repeatedly from the spiritual world
    • of human life, is now appearing anew for reasons I have mentioned
    • and now in a new way, has to approach the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • anew, for finding the Christ on a higher level, so opposition to the
    • to mankind a new revelation, leading to further knowledge of the
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    • who were able to find new life because of them; but also there were
    • develop new forms of being. Passing through death and the submergence
    • development to new forms of being rules.
    • no longer sufficient to capture the newly pulsing life, the Christian
    • sought new ways.
    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • gave art a new impulse, which at first appeared through the works of
    • New
    • humanity to independence, in which the newly awoken I-force was to
    • caught up in the old ideas. The attempts at social renewal were met
    • able to receive from the new occultism in the course of time, then we
    • something completely new, something born from the spirit of that new
    • renewed attempt must be now made, this
    • is no longer what it was, but has added something new, so should this
    • Annie Besant, her proclamation of the new messiah and her “Star
    • zeal new priming methods were tried through which the effect of
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    • who were able to find new life because of them; but also there were
    • develop new forms of being. Passing through death and the submergence
    • development to new forms of being rules.
    • no longer sufficient to capture the newly pulsing life, the Christian
    • sought new ways.
    • lived anew in signs and symbols protected from the outer world. They
    • gave art a new impulse, which at first appeared through the works of
    • New
    • humanity to independence, in which the newly awoken I-force was to
    • caught up in the old ideas. The attempts at social renewal were met
    • able to receive from the new occultism in the course of time, then we
    • something completely new, something born from the spirit of that new
    • renewed attempt must be now made, this
    • is no longer what it was, but has added something new, so should this
    • Annie Besant, her proclamation of the new messiah and her “Star
    • zeal new priming methods were tried through which the effect of
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    • moment, for new colors shine forth and others disappear, at
    • renewal and repetition of the leaves, blossoms, etc., is
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    • moment, for new colors shine forth and others disappear, at
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    • Spiritual Science claims to be nothing new and thereby
    • something new regarding this or that question of spiritual
    • flows into him. A new world is now perceptible to him. In a
    • powers, something happens within us similar to the new power
    • is “awakened” when these new eyes and ears are
    • opened; a new world surrounds him — a world that was
    • been completed, so that new experiences may be gathered which
    • conditions; and how those new interconnections and sympathies
    • live again in future earthly conditions and new incarnations.
    • everything living and moving in outer nature celebrates a new
    • in a new world makes its appearance. Such a new world could
    • he began to take up natural science from a new angle —
    • “Oh, everything here appears to be in a new guise; I
    • me!” Goethe's Seoul new, if only surmisingly, that we
    • — a soul into which a new element has penetrated. We
    • within physical existence — have new lives extending
    • the sole of the Homunculus, with its newly organized body,
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    • Spiritual Science claims to be nothing new and thereby
    • something new regarding this or that question of spiritual
    • flows into him. A new world is now perceptible to him. In a
    • powers, something happens within us similar to the new power
    • is “awakened” when these new eyes and ears are
    • opened; a new world surrounds him — a world that was
    • been completed, so that new experiences may be gathered which
    • conditions; and how those new interconnections and sympathies
    • live again in future earthly conditions and new incarnations.
    • everything living and moving in outer nature celebrates a new
    • in a new world makes its appearance. Such a new world could
    • he began to take up natural science from a new angle —
    • “Oh, everything here appears to be in a new guise; I
    • me!” Goethe's Seoul new, if only surmisingly, that we
    • — a soul into which a new element has penetrated. We
    • within physical existence — have new lives extending
    • the sole of the Homunculus, with its newly organized body,
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    • as well as new capacities and methods in the West and the East. He reveals
    • Valley New York
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    • as well as new capacities and methods in the West and the East. He reveals
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    • as well as new capacities and methods in the West and the East. He reveals
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    • as well as new capacities and methods in the West and the East. He reveals
    • present period. This way is quite new; earlier events came
    • Lord. Anyone who understood the situation knew what
    • latter summoned Herr von Berg to be present, and he knew how
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    • suffice, of course, to be informed each day by the newspapers
    • which a whole new humanity in the form of the proletariat has
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    • of the Catholic Church. This continued, and something new was
    • her unusual experience and knowledge in regard to the new soul
    • of the time and the new birth of the world. The powers of
    • the experienced reality of the new soul powers.
    • related to you, that people knew he was so indiscreet that,
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    • entirely new period. The other three members of the sixfold
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    • as well as new capacities and methods in the West and the East. He reveals
    • of new thoughts — if the old technicians, the old
    • advance to meet the new, most of all through education, it
    • rational way that it is possible to bring a new social
    • victorious. He knew that it depended upon the victory of the
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    • spiritual, an entirely new spirit appeared before mankind: new
    • ‘I numbered fifteen years, already knew
    • new principle, wherein men do not call forth joking and
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    • ‘I numbered fifteen years, already knew
    • new principle, wherein men do not call forth joking and
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    • nothing new, if men had studied Aristotle diligently, that is
    • evolution. Aristotle could no longer see it, but he knew
    • firmament. We must bear in mind that there were no newspapers
    • and that Galileo was a pathfinder for the new science.
    • new aspect to the conception of the world through external
    • Copernicus made no new astronomical discoveries. Be said to
    • was indeed a Pioneer of the New Science.
    • Giordano Bruno (who only knew the corrupted version of
    • of delight in the spirit of the new age which had just begun.
    • This new age had been preceded by a time during which man had
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    • nothing new, if men had studied Aristotle diligently, that is
    • evolution. Aristotle could no longer see it, but he knew
    • firmament. We must bear in mind that there were no newspapers
    • and that Galileo was a pathfinder for the new science.
    • new aspect to the conception of the world through external
    • Copernicus made no new astronomical discoveries. Be said to
    • was indeed a Pioneer of the New Science.
    • Giordano Bruno (who only knew the corrupted version of
    • of delight in the spirit of the new age which had just begun.
    • This new age had been preceded by a time during which man had
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    • between death and a new birth — the life that seems so
    • that life between death and a new birth is so constituted that
    • the whole period between death and a new birth we can do
    • and a new birth consists in acquiring a more and more
    • life between death and a new birth we must prepare all those
    • Between death and a new birth we know that our body, down to
    • Between death and a new birth, in communion with Beings of the
    • forces permeating the Cosmos. For between death and a new birth
    • phrase. Between death and a new birth — and this begins
    • death and a new birth. Those who are able to see into the
    • human souls between death and a new birth; we are either within
    • between death and a new birth. Similarly, the human being is
    • consciousness does not evoke anything new into being; it
    • it arises out of our own soul. If men knew what life truly is,
    • again and again, continually bringing them to new life with the
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    • matter. It is refreshing to find something like a new thought
    • through ever-new ramifications. But side by side with these
    • and may we ever anew be drawn together again, that we may
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    • matter. It is refreshing to find something like a new thought
    • through ever-new ramifications. But side by side with these
    • and may we ever anew be drawn together again, that we may
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    • in which one learns to know himself anew with all his
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    • strengthened and enhanced. Then between death and a new
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    • strengthened and enhanced. Then between death and a new
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    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
    • new birth. Somehow, the experience must be undergone.
    • in a new way; it was not so at all in former epochs.
    • interesting piece of news. But when they had finished their
    • he said, ‘What do you think about it?’ He knew that
    • societies knew how to reckon with human characters, taking the
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    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
    • new birth. Somehow, the experience must be undergone.
    • in a new way; it was not so at all in former epochs.
    • interesting piece of news. But when they had finished their
    • he said, ‘What do you think about it?’ He knew that
    • societies knew how to reckon with human characters, taking the
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    • life between death and a new birth. There, the processes take
    • and a new birth influences the human being. But above all, that
    • which takes place in the spiritual between death and a new
    • death and a new birth from the standpoint of a higher
    • between death and a new birth — appearing
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • the processes which lie between death and a new birth do not
    • fertilised by what takes place between death and a new birth,
    • life to our new calling.
    • the renewer or essential continuer of Logic; but he also
    • — tending to a new China, a senile civilisation
    • Thereupon, they will write newspaper articles against the very
    • knew how concepts are formed in public life to-day, in order to
    • knew this, would presently bestir himself to approach true
    • expelled, and they knew of no other resource than to
    • the great newspapers in the world to-day. Whether or no
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    • life between death and a new birth. There, the processes take
    • and a new birth influences the human being. But above all, that
    • which takes place in the spiritual between death and a new
    • death and a new birth from the standpoint of a higher
    • between death and a new birth — appearing
    • unconscious impulses towards his new calling; and into this,
    • the processes which lie between death and a new birth do not
    • fertilised by what takes place between death and a new birth,
    • life to our new calling.
    • the renewer or essential continuer of Logic; but he also
    • — tending to a new China, a senile civilisation
    • Thereupon, they will write newspaper articles against the very
    • knew how concepts are formed in public life to-day, in order to
    • knew this, would presently bestir himself to approach true
    • expelled, and they knew of no other resource than to
    • the great newspapers in the world to-day. Whether or no
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    • from death to a new birth. Then they lead him again into a new
    • made practicable by Newcomb in 1713 and by Watt in 1763. Not
    • account. Newcomb and Watt must be described as the
    • Mechanical considerations will never lead us to a new
    • into those worlds where man is between death and a new birth
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    • made practicable by Newcomb in 1713 and by Watt in 1763. Not
    • account. Newcomb and Watt must be described as the
    • Mechanical considerations will never lead us to a new
    • into those worlds where man is between death and a new birth
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    • the world in the newborn Jesus.
    • heart. And we can truly say that our age of new spiritual
    • revelations will cast a new light upon the Christmas thought;
    • new form and in a glorious way. It will be our task to hear in
    • old conception, a call to a new revelation of the spirit. It
    • will be our task to understand how a new conception of
    • new revelation of the Christ now leads us to contemplate
    • united, which is to find its deeper meaning in the new
    • Christian revelation. For this new Christian revelation will
    • take into account the new Trinity: the human being, as
    • by the new Christian feeling. Most particularly will it be
    • regard to the nature of the prophet, must disappear. New
    • hearts that they stand as New Testament human beings before the
    • human soul. This is the New Christmas thought, the new
    • thought” — thus does the new Christianity speak
    • new annunciation of the spirit must speak a new language,
    • and we must not be dumb and unheeding toward the new revelation
    • ever new thoughts — clearly and distinctly, that the
    • new revelation, the new Christ impulse of our
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    • the world in the newborn Jesus.
    • heart. And we can truly say that our age of new spiritual
    • revelations will cast a new light upon the Christmas thought;
    • new form and in a glorious way. It will be our task to hear in
    • old conception, a call to a new revelation of the spirit. It
    • will be our task to understand how a new conception of
    • new revelation of the Christ now leads us to contemplate
    • united, which is to find its deeper meaning in the new
    • Christian revelation. For this new Christian revelation will
    • take into account the new Trinity: the human being, as
    • by the new Christian feeling. Most particularly will it be
    • regard to the nature of the prophet, must disappear. New
    • hearts that they stand as New Testament human beings before the
    • human soul. This is the New Christmas thought, the new
    • thought” — thus does the new Christianity speak
    • new annunciation of the spirit must speak a new language,
    • and we must not be dumb and unheeding toward the new revelation
    • ever new thoughts — clearly and distinctly, that the
    • new revelation, the new Christ impulse of our
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    • Mystery-pupils from the earliest times into the newer age.
    • opportunities for gathering new experiences. It is
    • deal in one incarnation, and die and are born anew,
    • He feels anew the faith of all on earth,
    • Pervaded by a new and unknown sense:
    • “Sounding loud to spirit-hearing, see the new-born day
    • Every year anew Christmas will indicate to the one who
    • the new power of the sun is nothing but the old physical power
    • will be born for us each time anew. Through Christ we shall
    • appear every year anew for all men, even for the feeblest, as
    • Three times in equal intervals renewed,
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    • Mystery-pupils from the earliest times into the newer age.
    • opportunities for gathering new experiences. It is
    • deal in one incarnation, and die and are born anew,
    • He feels anew the faith of all on earth,
    • Pervaded by a new and unknown sense:
    • “Sounding loud to spirit-hearing, see the new-born day
    • Every year anew Christmas will indicate to the one who
    • the new power of the sun is nothing but the old physical power
    • will be born for us each time anew. Through Christ we shall
    • appear every year anew for all men, even for the feeblest, as
    • Three times in equal intervals renewed,
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    • newspapers every morning at breakfast. Then again, think of the
    • period. Think only of what was achieved by newspapers and in the
    • entirely new, for they were experienced a long time ago in the
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    • live again in new earthly lives, why is it that to-day, for example,
    • which knew nothing of Christ nor wished to have anything to do with
    • phases of the life stretching from death to a new birth. We shall
    • something completely new, for a new beginning — not a mere
    • continuation of what was already on the earth, but veritably a new
    • a new and mighty impulse whereby a particular form of Christianity
    • them — the impulse to ensure that the new Michael Rulership, to
    • established but more inward, more profound. The new dominion of
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    • death and a new birth at that time they thronged around Michael,
    • predestined to bring about the renewal of Christianity. This lies in
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    • Fading of the vision of karma and of astral vision. Through the new
    • reality of which they knew also that therein they had been among
    • experiences and goes somewhere else where in a sphere of new
    • man entered waking life, he had the new experiences of day; but the
    • disembodied human souls living between death and a new birth, and
    • between death and a new birth. Vision of the spiritual world still
    • world that is man's habitation between death and a new birth. And
    • new birth, although the consciousness of karma had faded and was
    • sleep-consciousness” — so now, by accepting the new
    • well-meaning paragraph appeared in a newspaper of some standing. We
    • — provided we have the necessary courage — to a new power
    • perception a little new-born child is much wiser than a learned
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    • that in the period between death and a new birth a human being builds
    • fully and completely into the new earthly incarnation. The body
    • new birth — that is to say, the birth as Laurence Oliphant
    • through the life between death and a new birth, he is first of all
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    • meaning could be deciphered. And when they deciphered it they knew of
    • the gate of death, and from that life which leads from death to a new
    • was known that it was a question of waiting until the new Michael Age
    • who knew, even though in a somewhat decadent way, something of what
    • who knew how to present, if not always in very apt pictures, the
    • the souls of those who had once heard of the teachings, who knew
    • in the spiritual world between death and a new birth. Some of them
    • should begin at the end of the 19th century in the new Age of
    • in this new incarnation had set the impulse of materialism on foot.
    • between death and a new birth, I may come again at the end of the
    • preparing for the new Age leading from the 20th into the 21st
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    • renew the greeting I gave him in Dornach then as the representative
    • made it necessary that the Society should be imbued with a new
    • intention to give a new foundation to the Society had taken shape
    • that ever since the new Foundation of the Anthroposophical Society at
    • New Membership Cards have been or are in course of being issued. As
    • new trend will become apparent in the Anthroposophical Movement. The
    • new character. It will be realised that the Executive Council at the
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    • Lecture Eleven: Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda. Twilight of the Gods. Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ.
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    • the Gods. Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ
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    • new element is introduced into these lectures which sees a higher
    • Western civilization, and secondly, if entirely new names were
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    • is suddenly detached and forms a new nation, e.g. the Dutch detached
    • Archangel had established a new centre in the Castle of the Grail,
    • experienced transition from old vision to new, perceived Divine
    • From Ginnungagap, the primeval abyss, a new Earth
    • All teachings to be verified. Dangers of new materialism which looks
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    • disposal. We should not break new ground in this sphere if I did not
    • something new in the future.
    • ancient India will reappear in a new form. The direction of these
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    • evolution when a people migrates and occupies new territory. The
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    • must learn to accustom ourselves to new points of view. Man is in the
    • later on, Kepler and Newton were stimulated to make their
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    • we follow the life of peoples from epoch to epoch we note how new
    • ideas have continually arisen and how new sources of hidden knowledge
    • is replaced by a new relationship. Instead of giving his directives
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    • different from that of today. With each new incarnation in the
    • the three forces, the inner being really creates something new. A
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    • Christianity will remain a living source, able to be renewed and
    • Archangel had established a new centre in the High Castle of the
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    • the new. They perceived an active weaving of real spiritual powers at
    • and of outer lightning. He felt the pulse-beat in his blood and knew
    • inner pulsation and knew that it would recur. But he paid no heed to
    • Ginnungagap, the primeval abyss of Teutonic mythology, a new Earth
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    • and he knew too that involvement in the Ahrimanic influence was a
    • than the men of the North, and they only knew from memory that the
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    • elements, and they brought the ‘I’ into ever new
    • birth of new life, the coming of springtime, and that which grows and
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    • Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ.
    • Vidar and the new Revelation of Christ.
    • Cosmos. Whenever new beings descended from spiritual heights into the
    • 1,899) new capacities will appear in the isolated few who are
    • will be able, through the natural development of the new
    • middle of the twentieth century on, gradually experience a renewal of
    • the ‘Mystery of the Living Christ’. There will be a new
    • show the Mystery of the Living Christ in a new way — as it will
    • Science is a preparation for the new Christ-revelation.
    • the new Christ-revelation will announce in the twentieth century from
    • individuals declared themselves to be the new Messiah. The last
    • called Sabbatai Zevi of Smyrna announced that he was the new Messiah.
    • spirit, that they must seek the new manifestation of Christ in the
    • in its guiding Folk Spirit in order that the newfound clairvoyance
    • can again be understood. Now if a people experiences the new epoch
    • with new human capacities in the region where Teutonic mythology
    • the human soul. When man gazes out into the new world with the new
    • certain level. Odin and Thor will be visible again, but now in a new
    • find their counterpart in a new etheric vision which’ in
    • permeated with the new forces, a danger which might tempt man to
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    • year we have been able to open with a renewal of the drama which is
    • who in a certain way has to be sacrificed ever anew. And he
    • the Age — has had to realise anew the two impulses just
    • co-operate and adapt themselves to what is new, but also when I see
    • 1961. (Rudolf Steiner Publications Ltd., West Nyack, New York).
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    • only something which could be analysed by the chemist; he knew that
    • he knew that the forces which he took in from the air and from the
    • plants came from Demeter, and he knew that it was Demeter who gave
    • him his clairvoyant consciousness, but he knew too that it was she
    • substitute, a new form of law, for the old law which worked through
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • Science stands before such a statue, ancient Greece will arise anew
    • (Anthroposophic Press Inc., New York, 1950).
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    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • knew something and which men will come to know again through
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    • anew in human evolution, having meanwhile reached a greater degree of
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    • infer that they knew that, just as human beings on the physical plane
    • had failed to complete their Moon evolution and that the Greeks knew
    • it, knew that they had to take advantage of Earth evolution just as
    • men had to do. It follows from this that the Greeks knew quite well
    • Jahve, will have no doubt that the Hebrew people knew that the
    • knew: ‘With my consciousness I am standing outside my physical
    • added to this all that went to form the ego. A new element united
    • Greeks knew in their souls that there was a kind of consciousness in
    • consciousness which lived outside the physical body and knew itself
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    • however, that life is full of contradictions, indeed nothing new, no
    • new state has arisen through the realisation of yesterday's
    • clairvoyant consciousness had to be lost to man in order that a new
    • horizon of consciousness. Anyone who knew that—and those who
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    • genius of language knew that, when the human being goes through the
    • new birth, forces are at work in him which he has brought with him
    • time between death and a new birth these forces go on working. But in
    • Silenus were able to do for Greece was renewed in a manner suited to
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    • into a new germ for Earth evolution.
    • Being in Earth evolution through whom something quite new can enter
    • into us — a new element of clairvoyance, but also a new element
    • which would signify a kind of renewal from the spiritual world, a
    • have spoken of Me.’ Christ knew well that when, of old, people
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    • have seen further that it is in fact because this newly-formed
    • which were there as the outcome of earlier evolution, this new
    • united with the newly arising etheric body streaming from the human
    • consciousness which enabled him to know it for himself, he knew from
    • unknown, we are perpetually faced with new challenges. In everyday
    • advancing we are faced by ever new configurations of the world. We
    • can enter into these new configurations with stout souls, then we
    • progress new ordeals arise, and we have to see it as the impulse for
    • new configuration of the world which is presented to us furnishes us
    • with new ordeals to be overcome; to come to an end of these trials
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    • who knew that drama was a way of teaching in miniature, defined
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    • our gaze to the figures of the New Testament, and in the face of Raphael's
    • and again over the course of the ages, must have ever new experiences.
    • inner deepening; what follows him represents a new chapter. Although much
    • the Virgin” as being a new phenomena in the whole evolution of
    • new in the whole of spiritual evolution. If we thus gain a conception
    • were not. The papacy had passed over into a new “heathendom”.
    • his soul flow creations which give a new form to Christian conceptions
    • and renew all that had arisen in the spiritual evolution of Italy in the
    • peninsula could not help having a refreshing and renewing effect on
    • fertilized by Greek culture in order that a new “Spirit of the
    • Age” might arise. This new Spirit of the age had in its turn to
    • human soul that had meantime passed through a new phase. It was buried,
    • with it's new and significant interpretation of the Homeric gods. These
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    • our gaze to the figures of the New Testament, and in the face of Raphael's
    • and again over the course of the ages, must have ever new experiences.
    • inner deepening; what follows him represents a new chapter. Although much
    • the Virgin” as being a new phenomena in the whole evolution of
    • new in the whole of spiritual evolution. If we thus gain a conception
    • were not. The papacy had passed over into a new “heathendom”.
    • his soul flow creations which give a new form to Christian conceptions
    • and renew all that had arisen in the spiritual evolution of Italy in the
    • peninsula could not help having a refreshing and renewing effect on
    • fertilized by Greek culture in order that a new “Spirit of the
    • Age” might arise. This new Spirit of the age had in its turn to
    • human soul that had meantime passed through a new phase. It was buried,
    • with it's new and significant interpretation of the Homeric gods. These
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  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • over into the new period something which at the same time made him quite
    • is represented in Brunnhilde. Because Kriemhilde knew something from
    • the ancient time of clairvoyance, and knew something of the powers which
    • I knew not a line of Kalevala.
    • a renewal, a re-fructification of the old national epics in the most
    • renewal of human consciousness in the direction which roots humanity
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    • over into the new period something which at the same time made him quite
    • is represented in Brunnhilde. Because Kriemhilde knew something from
    • the ancient time of clairvoyance, and knew something of the powers which
    • I knew not a line of Kalevala.
    • a renewal, a re-fructification of the old national epics in the most
    • renewal of human consciousness in the direction which roots humanity
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    • his way to something new. In speaking of the course that the external
    • plant-roots that are preparing for new growth, and among the other
    • renewal in human souls. It is the renewal of the whole
    • but as a festival which renews the whole inner man.
    • Michael and the Dragon, as it can hover before one. A renewal of the
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    • new life. Below the Earth's surface, in winter, there is a tremendous
    • become when she is beginning to develop a new human being? Originally
    • — after all that has first to happen in order that a new human
    • herself to receive a new human being. And precisely because of this,
    • woman of the new human being stands wholly under the influence of the
    • woman prepares herself to bring forth a new human being, the
    • Sun-activities are concentrated on the forming of this new life. Thus
    • up the Sun-activities into herself; and the new human being, existing
    • old instinctive clairvoyance knew this
    • prevailed. It was thought that before a new-born child had
    • the new-born infant was a Sun-being, and that through the first
    • Hence the new-born infant did not at first belong to the Earth at
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    • have new hope of being able to transform the Earth into an ensouled,
    • in a sense renewed for human beings every year. We can learn to feel
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    • are always being renewed. Today they are found among so-called
    • renewed.
    • existence, for example. Between death and a new birth he lives in a
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    • records presented to man to-day in the form of the New
    • times, we shall realise that they knew nothing of these things.
    • moving their very hearts. They knew how to put the words in
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    • altogether strange. The others knew that they were men who
    • as if lost in dream. This they knew. But now it seemed to the
    • souls had been made new; they seemed to have lost all
    • within them a new understanding of what had, it is true, come
    • he had been asked whether he knew the Galilean; and now he knew
    • New having entered into the evolution of mankind; if
    • by the Cosmic Love at Pentecost. And he now knew something he
    • he knew that Jesus had died on the Cross, that this dying was
    • with what is called in the New Testament the coming, or the
    • who He was. They knew with certainty that they had gone
    • Then the Apostles knew that He with whom they had gone about in
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    • Round about the age of twenty-four, a new and heavy experience
    • art the new priest who has been sent to us! And they pressed
    • had held to be the new priest sent from heaven, had fallen down
    • From among men living in this world a new soul must arise, one
    • whither are Lucifer and Ahriman fleeing? For he knew that the
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    • him, but he knew well that in his twelfth year a tremendous
    • he also knew that it was only the store of learning accumulated
    • which was really like a full confession, much was new to her;
    • were possible to-day to bring new life to all the spiritual
    • teacher. Jesus knew well what the aged Hillel had meant for
    • knew how profound had been the words spoken by Hillel. It was
    • people like a kind of new Messiah. All this is narrated in the
    • within him something that was like a renewal of the old
    • Jesus of Nazareth knew that what he had heard as the altered
    • the world of Earth! Of the earthly world this Being knew only
    • old. I will establish a new kingdom. If thou wilt enter my
    • Christ Being came from the spiritual worlds and knew who
    • Lucifer is, knew how souls on earth must act if they desire to
    • temptation, the Christ Being knew how the gods are truly served
    • spiritual worlds. None knew this better than He for He had just
    • people who already knew Him, with whom He had worked before.
    • Now He knew that what had severed men from the Heavens, what
    • who in their whole mood and attitude of soul were new beings,
    • knew that the ancient supplications and prayers must be
    • re-cast, made new; He knew that now man must seek the
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    • time between death and a new birth.
    • death and a new birth.
    • death, and passes through life between death and a new birth. His
    • death, and for his next life the brain is built up entirely anew, not
    • and continue in existence between death and a new birth. The same
    • forces, which beat within our hearts, beat again next time in our new
    • having passed through death and a new birth.
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    • time between death and a new birth.
    • death and a new birth.
    • death, and passes through life between death and a new birth. His
    • death, and for his next life the brain is built up entirely anew, not
    • and continue in existence between death and a new birth. The same
    • forces, which beat within our hearts, beat again next time in our new
    • having passed through death and a new birth.
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • conferences of this magnitude represented a new departure from
    • opportunity so promising for the construction of a new social
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • spiritual and super-sensible world. In ever new and marvellous
    • experience of their spirituality, and knew their souls to
    • To follow a new super-sensible way of knowledge, we place
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • consciousness this whole newly achieved tableau of the life of
    • operation, he sees something quite new. The world in which he
    • social life too. Armed with this new attitude, he can see how
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    • Once inside the divine and spiritual world, he knew himself to
    • be secure. He knew that it also represented something enduring
    • They were once united: what man knew and admitted to his
    • before him in artistic beauty; and what he thus knew and
    • by a new spiritual science we rise to an outlook that can again
    • today how few new styles are produced in art, and how
    • will be capable of artistic creativity in new styles,
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    • is still stranded at the previous stage, can a new and
    • must emerge for man a new form of the spiritual world. And when
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    • than among those who reputedly knew with absolute
    • completely new social or other ideals. We are not short of
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • the West as a quite new configuration. This is true of the
    • essences of one type or another. They knew what each plant in
    • dream-like spiritualization; they knew that, if this or that
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • reconstruction, to a new dawn. This being so, it is
    • of man. A new man was to be born inside the old. Things that
    • purification of man on entry to a new life — something of
    • selves of others, shall we win through to those new social
    • however, is a new understanding of what human fellowship in
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    • develop new mental faculties to bridge the gulf between matter and
    • something new. But, when it is understood, it can show
    • knew this. That was why, when speaking to people who expect a
    • everything ultimately collapses but that a new life springs up
    • we must move forward to new impulses and to the new life that
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    • we are striving towards, as a new spiritual knowledge, cannot consist
    • must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often spoken
    • This is also cosmic, but it is nothing new, it is merely something which
    • they experience a new world. This way of becoming clairvoyant is on
    • when he has drunk Rhinewine or Mosel, which of course rises only to
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    • we are striving towards, as a new spiritual knowledge, cannot consist
    • must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often spoken
    • This is also cosmic, but it is nothing new, it is merely something which
    • they experience a new world. This way of becoming clairvoyant is on
    • when he has drunk Rhinewine or Mosel, which of course rises only to
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    • and again that what we are striving towards as a new spiritual
    • which must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often
    • of inward pictures. This is also cosmic, but it is nothing new, it
    • experience a new world. This way of becoming clairvoyant is on the
    • in an epicure when he has drunk Rhinewine or
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    • and again that what we are striving towards as a new spiritual
    • which must lie at the basis of the new clairvoyance. We have often
    • of inward pictures. This is also cosmic, but it is nothing new, it
    • experience a new world. This way of becoming clairvoyant is on the
    • in an epicure when he has drunk Rhinewine or
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    • Post Atlantean age who, from their personal experiences knew
    • Atlantean epoch knew that, from sleeping until waking up, there
    • a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In that age one still knew
    • but also reality, because one knew those moments of sleeping
    • atavistic perceptions and the newer ones, which are on only
    • Initiates knew the Mysteries of the Moon.
    • prepared, because they knew that it is a deception, a maya, to
    • memory of such people as Newton or Galileo, or Kepler; the
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    • Post Atlantean age who, from their personal experiences knew
    • Atlantean epoch knew that, from sleeping until waking up, there
    • a dim, but conscious life of sleep. In that age one still knew
    • but also reality, because one knew those moments of sleeping
    • atavistic perceptions and the newer ones, which are on only
    • Initiates knew the Mysteries of the Moon.
    • prepared, because they knew that it is a deception, a maya, to
    • memory of such people as Newton or Galileo, or Kepler; the
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    • indignation, why doesn't the lout go to work? Now I knew
    • And why? Because they knew that this life is one among many.
    • impossible if the rulers do their duty.” He knew who was to
    • (The New Christianity).
    • (The New Industrial and Societal World).
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    • “A renewed proofing of the lecture of 1905 and a
    • indignation, why doesn't the lout go to work? Now I knew
    • And why? Because they knew that this life is one among many.
    • impossible if the rulers do their duty.” He knew who was to
    • (The New Christianity).
    • (The New Industrial and Societal World).
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    • above all with new, advancing ones.
    • Golgotha, new architectural forms. We see that man has
    • the new conception of life which is passing through, and
    • of the new era, but in which human thoughts, human perceptions,
    • universe. But with the new human, all too human, perception,
    • academic form — a renewal of antique art, not more than a
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • a start with new artistic forms which must be the natural fruit
    • of a new world- outlook. Whoever wishes to understand rightly
    • is because so much in it is new that those who will never
    • tolerate anything new cannot understand — and naturally
    • ourselves anew and with the greatest solemnity to remain true
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    • above all with new, advancing ones.
    • Golgotha, new architectural forms. We see that man has
    • the new conception of life which is passing through, and
    • of the new era, but in which human thoughts, human perceptions,
    • universe. But with the new human, all too human, perception,
    • academic form — a renewal of antique art, not more than a
    • wish to reduce itself ad absurdum new impulses must come
    • a start with new artistic forms which must be the natural fruit
    • of a new world- outlook. Whoever wishes to understand rightly
    • is because so much in it is new that those who will never
    • tolerate anything new cannot understand — and naturally
    • ourselves anew and with the greatest solemnity to remain true
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    • reawakens a vision of unlimited possibilities for a new world filled
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    • forces of evolution, will find renewed significance in a memorable
    • watched the progress of your spirit with ever renewed admiration,
    • lectured on this story, ‘I never knew there was a
    • never really knew what there was in the underground caves. Now she
    • Lily new hope. It was indeed the last moment in which she could
    • of meaning are exchanged between the newcomers and the Kings.
    • secrets.’ He knew such a thing is possible and that there are
    • Temples of Initiation. He shows also that humanity in the newer age
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    • of the increase other new things.
    • in order to acquire new life in higher spheres, and of the deepest
    • of the eternal, the spiritual. Jacob Böhme knew also that it
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    • at that time a frame of mind regulating Goethe's ideas in a new way
    • year 1824 at the second part of Faust. We find that Goethe knew
    • But anyone who knew Goethe's soul, knew the seed was already sown
    • knew Goethe's work as an advocate and later as a Minister, were
    • acquainted with his eminently practical mind. As advocate he knew
    • for those who still knew something or who studied the writings of
    • the rosy dawn of a new time bringing out such stars as Giordano
    • forms. Men no longer knew how to distinguish between Lucifer and
    • clearly. And when in Italy Goethe knew that a turning away from the
    •  See the new-born day appearing!
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    •  Of the newer symbolism will agree.’
    • true disciple of the newer symbolism will agree.’ If you read
    • ‘experience in the sense of the new Spiritual Science.’
    • ‘The true disciple of the newer symbolism’ is the
    • get away from old symbols and to coin new and independent symbols
    •  See the new-born day appearing!
    • spoken by one who through his initiation knew that what appears to
    •  And now thou breathest new-refreshed before me,
    • during his Frankfort period. He knew what it meant to penetrate
    • again into the physical world, she must be reincarnated into a new
    • betakes itself into a new embodiment. But he has yet to learn how
    • In this way Faust, after having conquered a new stage of
    • ‘Lemures’ appear, which consist only of sinews and
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
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  • Title: World History: Lecture I: Evolution of the Soul and of Memory
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    • knew how to experience their own head. And as you, when you
    • his limbs the wide spaces of the Cosmos out beyond. He knew
    • memory, this was not the case. They knew nothing of these
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • great change came about which brought in a new kind of memory,
    • for example, of oxygen and nitrogen. And he knew all the
    • There were a few individuals who knew them, and they were the
    • knew at the same time that whereas they lived in Asia with
    • of which a new edition
    • was round about them. They knew where the lowest heaven
  • Title: World History: Lecture III: Asiatic Mysteries of Ephesus, Gilgamesh and Eabani
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    • who challenges us to take a step into a new sphere of activity, into the
    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • that I gave in Stuttgart between Christmas and New Year, I spoke
    • etheric body, even when awake. He knew how to distinguish: This
    • knew that Angels, Archangels and other Beings up to the highest
    • incarnations on Earth and had now entered into the new form of
    • it was so that in this ancient Mystery centre they knew how to
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1973.]
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • Earth-life or in the life between death and a new birth, in
    • enabled the pupil to receive a new insight. He was able to say
    • new knowledge. First of all, the real nature of human
    • and then developed further in the life between death and new
    • plants, animals and human beings come forth to new life on the
    • newborn beings. Thus is the Moon the shaper and moulder
  • Title: World History: Lecture V: Mysteries of the East, West, and of Ephesus
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • relationship of this kind. For he knew that he could only work
    • feeling. He knew that he could not bring them with him to
    • existence that runs its course between death and a new birth.
    • between Alexander the Great and Aristotle, in a new form.
    • flower of Ephesus, an altogether new power began to assert
    • new world, a world that has nothing to do with the
    • spiritual Ephesus is then pushed back by the new power that is
  • Title: World History: Lecture VI: Mysteries of the Ancient Near East Enter Europe
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • passes between death and a new birth, and looking only at its
    • have to give a new orientation to our whole thought and
    • across the years to human beings who still knew that as surely
    • new, even as the humanity of olden times came forth from the
    • related, the period that has an altogether new way of thought
    • now comes a new period. It is in the early dawn of this new
    • end of the seventies, did there come, as it were, a new call to
    • by Rudolf Steiner, Rudolf Steiner Publications, New York, 1971.
    • new in-pourings that came over later into
    • wisdom that had come to new life in such men as Basil Valentine
    • new direct spiritual perception, to make contact with what was
    • to come, that so they might endure until such time as new
    • possible to begin a renewed life of the Spirit.
    • have told you on many occasions how the new life of the Spirit
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    • who challenges us to take a step into a new sphere of activity, into the
    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • What does the newer Natural Science, that has gradually grown
    • inevitably from what they knew of the nature of man and of the
    • nature of the Universe. They knew that we can only come to a
    • the germ of a new plant, animal or human organism. From a
    • whatever you choose to call it; it develops further and the new
    • included in the egg, and thence arises the new hen. It is the
    • to work upon it in its disorganised condition. New albumen
    • the cabbage into itself and transforms it into something new.
    • for new impulses to enter in, if there is to be progress in the
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    • knew, were conscious that in the places of the Mysteries Gods
    • meet with men; they knew how all that carries and sustains the
    • Greeks knew very well that this Jealousy of the Gods exists;
    • Divine. The Rosicrucian pupil however knew this well; he knew
    • life on earth as earthly man, in that moment he knew how to
    • we had something that could awaken in an altogether new form a
    • ready to become the bearer of the renewal of spiritual life, in
    • are marked out for freedom. A year ago, on New Year's Eve, we
    • history what that New Year's Eve brought to us a year ago. When
    • the whole of that New Year night.
    • renewal of our pain, but out of the very pain pledge ourselves
    • shall shed new light and warmth on all that was purposed and
    • words: We are at the eve of a New Year, we must go forward to
    • meet an oncoming Cosmic New Year. If the Goetheanum were still
    • renewed. It is no longer standing. The same call can, however,
    • be uttered again on this New Year's Eve, can be uttered, as I
    • Goetheanum into the Cosmic New Year, let us try to erect
    • in the new Goetheanum a worthy memorial to the old!
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    • newspaper report of one of the lectures I had given in Berlin.
    • result of which must be the striving for a new
    • the human beings living to-day appear on Earth in new
    • would simply say: That is just a new remedy; and we too have
    • produced plenty of new remedies!
    • something that gives impulses from a new corner of the
    • flames of fire will go forth from the new Goetheanum that will
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1973. Alexander the Great:
    • Publications, New York, 1971.
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    • decisive act of establishing the new mysteries during the Christmas
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    • terrible catastrophe of last New Year's Eve, the
    • silence of the soul there is a new language. While we have
    • he knew that he himself and the world are permeated and
    • between death and a new birth; we learn how it comported
    • into a new earth-life, with what I might call the resulting
    • has made of us between death and a new birth.
    • always arrived ultimately for anything new in humanity. How
    • Goethe knew one lays hold in real knowledge of the ruling and
    • as sculptor or musician or painter. Goethe knew that artistic
    • from any wish whatsoever to found a new religion. But
    • matter, and in matter will be transformed ever anew.
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    • terrible catastrophe of last New Year's Eve, the
    • silence of the soul there is a new language. While we have
    • he knew that he himself and the world are permeated and
    • between death and a new birth; we learn how it comported
    • into a new earth-life, with what I might call the resulting
    • has made of us between death and a new birth.
    • always arrived ultimately for anything new in humanity. How
    • Goethe knew one lays hold in real knowledge of the ruling and
    • as sculptor or musician or painter. Goethe knew that artistic
    • from any wish whatsoever to found a new religion. But
    • matter, and in matter will be transformed ever anew.
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    • Hierarchy, and because he knew: — “My soul is not
    • identical with my body,” he also knew that his soul was not
    • immediate past still worked in them, when men knew that the Divine
    • speak like this to-day) — he knew that those social
    • theocracy was lost, in which man still knew that the earthly
    • by men in olden times, and of which they still knew, there come
    • And then came the modern age. This newer age
    • has undergone a history. These modern human beings who knew
    • war if we knew from the start, as in an experiment in a chemical
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    • Hierarchy, and because he knew: — “My soul is not
    • identical with my body,” he also knew that his soul was not
    • immediate past still worked in them, when men knew that the Divine
    • speak like this to-day) — he knew that those social
    • theocracy was lost, in which man still knew that the earthly
    • by men in olden times, and of which they still knew, there come
    • And then came the modern age. This newer age
    • has undergone a history. These modern human beings who knew
    • war if we knew from the start, as in an experiment in a chemical
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    • that we come to feel man's renewed connection with the cosmos
    • new sides of life open to us when we know that consciousness
    • new birth. As a plant cannot be there if the root is not, so
    • the consciousness between death and a new birth cannot exist
    • a new birth, We acquire the faculty of consciousness between
    • death and a new birth by being able to kill ourselves —
    • new birth has its starting point in the process of death. We
    • the newspapers. As a rule they understand the minimum of what
    • a new birth.
    • that it is a new element in modern culture. Any
    • anthroposophist must become conscious of this new thing.
    • namely, that it is necessary for us to give a new form to the
    • new standpoint. Then men will begin to have an inkling of
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    • that we come to feel man's renewed connection with the cosmos
    • new sides of life open to us when we know that consciousness
    • new birth. As a plant cannot be there if the root is not, so
    • the consciousness between death and a new birth cannot exist
    • a new birth, We acquire the faculty of consciousness between
    • death and a new birth by being able to kill ourselves —
    • new birth has its starting point in the process of death. We
    • the newspapers. As a rule they understand the minimum of what
    • a new birth.
    • that it is a new element in modern culture. Any
    • anthroposophist must become conscious of this new thing.
    • namely, that it is necessary for us to give a new form to the
    • new standpoint. Then men will begin to have an inkling of
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    • today when in the newspapers or some other printed matter he
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • which in this respect we perceive as a renewal of what was
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    • today when in the newspapers or some other printed matter he
    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • which in this respect we perceive as a renewal of what was
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    • Indeed, he knew above all that the famous Gottsched
    • might say that Herder bore within him an entirely new world
    • the world, and he spoke with enthusiasm about his new ideas;
    • Spinoza's contribution to the evolution of a new concept of the
    • occult aspects of the life of the soul and knew how to describe
    • introduces a new element into the intellectual activity of
    • color in order to oppose Newton, and the ways he depicts the
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    • epochs really knew what a certain part of their being is going
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    • people, but that in its form and time of occurrence men knew
    • Something absolutely new, of course, does not come into
    • today at the threshold of new evolutionary developments. Many
    • religions, so this new stage requires a more concrete spiritual
    • this leads to much more. As we will hear in due course, a new
    • the experience of working people these days. In the new age,
    • vocational impulses that cannot be renewed, but must be
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    • portal of death as a force in the life between death and a new
    • death and a new birth so that it may take on the shape
    • upon each other. The way we enter into relationships with new
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    • death and a new birth. The experience must be gone through, but
    • new way that is different from that of earlier epochs.
    • this news. So when the game was over, the secretary said to
    • Now, the other knew that her favorite food was poppyseed cake.
    • goes. He knew that she had a good deal of influence so he said
    • new director was simply there, and he gave a good account of
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    • outline. All that takes place then between death and a new
    • the unconscious, he or she elaborates between death and the new
    • processes between death and a new birth, all that results from
    • however, in which the human being is guided toward his new
    • a new birth play in lesser degree. During this period the
    • death and a new birth, passes into our bodily organization,
    • new vocation.
    • looked upon by many as actually the one who renewed logic and
    • the social evolution of the world as he knew and encountered it
    • Europe is aiming as a later stage; that is, toward a new
    • the newspapers in which they oppose the very same things,
    • feeling of fear and even horror which the strange news —
    • also be other persons who stress that, in a Western newspaper
    • back to the notice of it that appeared in a Western newspaper
    • But it is equally possible to go back to the same newspaper to
    • newspapers of the world are persuaded to publish. You may decide
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    • and ashes and knew that they must have come from the burning of
    • but also the metal. I find new things of this kind every day
    • equal number of scudi within a few months when I receive my new
    • has to develop it between death and a new birth. We must go
    • people with their new method will have come up with their
    • fundamental laws of the occult conception of the world knew
    • effect on me was twice as disastrous. I knew this. I was
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    • new birth and is lead by him again into a new life. The mission
    • Even if we knew all these mysteries, it would be impossible for
    • person who knew them a lofty power over other humans, you can
    • today was first made applicable in 1719 by Newcomen
    • to attain to a new cosmic, moral conception in contrast with
    • of demons. That is to say, this new, important and wonderful
    • new birth where the beings of the higher hierarchies are to be
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    • death and a new birth. As these human beings looked up to him,
    • period between death and a new birth, this etheric body comes
    • new way to relate oneself to religious life. Where had the
    • power to cast out demons in the higher sense as antiquity knew
    • knew very well in my youth, is again in the process of seeking
    • this causes him to reflect anew about the connection of human
    • knew that spiritual life would always be necessary for humanity
    • outvoted. After that had happened, they agreed to chart a new
    • themselves do not reveal too many new features. — But
    • is customary in those sessions. But by now the sad news of the
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    • future worlds. This is the karma of vocation. It prepares new
    • agriculture (Bio-Dynamic method), architecture, drama, the new art
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    • space. Before the Mystery of Golgotha men knew that the Sun
    • knew, veneration of the Sun was one with veneration of the
    • to take on new concepts. So he says: The world is from God,
    • days, to look back, however, in the new way suitable for
    • ladies are built up anew, as children new, it is true, but
    • new; they gradually grow up again, grow up near by. And so,
    • by the side of this figure, its original image blossoms anew
    • its prototype; the latter being by the side of it, newly
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    • death and a new birth.
    • extinguished. Before that year, however, man knew a great
    • first that is experienced between death and a new birth;
    • to the realm of aesthetics, and what has newly arisen as
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    • between death and a new birth, the spiritual sun identified
    • and a new birth, to speak of a shining sphere in the way it
    • no meaning. Between death and a new birth there is only
    • life between death and a new birth is bound up with the basic
    • between death and a new birth, then you also see how the
    • completion in the life between death and a new birth, when my
    • are not talking of what lives in man between death and a new
    • between death and a new birth we live with the kingdoms of
    • pass over anew to the children. And another part of the germ
    • only half of the germ plasma goes over into the new body. The
    • still knew something of the real self in man, of the real
    • living differently in every man. The Greek knew the reality
    • things; what is it? The Greeks still knew, then a change took
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    • which is able to help in any way towards building up a new social edifice
    • and the new rise will come from the depths of the spirit, not
    • able to do nothing to help towards a new rise, he will only
    • found a new economic system at all with the existing
    • new with the existing generation?” — I have often
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    • propose very soon to issue a new edition of the Roots of the
    • always expected to find something new to say! Well, they
    • something new. What is wanted now, would be to set to work
    • were to come into power, a new party again would form in
    • into power, another new opposition party would soon be in the
    • at last to say, ‘A new day will have to come, with new
    • these horrible old parties; something quite new must come to
    • advocating, in their newspapers and everywhere, the kind of
    • a socialist newspaper. They were the queerest Whitsun
    • building up a new spiritual life.
    • with any appeal for the necessity of building up a new
    • this new spiritual movement. But, as to trying to make any
    • connection between this new spiritual movement and their
    • needed before all else is a new spiritual life, a
    • we have this new spiritual life, — when we no longer
    • minds are true and honest; — that a new spiritual life
    • possible way for us to go forwards, except by setting a new
    • entirely new in the place of all these old things, but
    • create a new social order, — till then, we shall
    • prepared to do new work from their own quite inner and
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    • retarded children; and new directions for work in such fields
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    • bit by bit. We now experience a new world, a world of pictures,
    • basis for producing a new life, which then separates off,
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    • sort of convincing result. It is a struggle for a new view of
    • that those who live in the east, the New Englanders, do not
    • sagas, pictures. And they knew more about the impulses to be
    • Karl Lamprecht quite rightly observed that a new age began in
    • mentioned — that a new age arose out of the old around
    • taken in new images. The parallel activity has
    • mental image is formed anew, it is something different from the
    • anew according to the inner copy. This is the true state of
    • — represents the middle of evolution. If a new impulse
    • Mystery of Golgotha that occurred just in this age: the new
    • looking back. Because people believe we need a new impetus,
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    • it were, outside itself and become this new power in the soul.
    • an extent in a new activity, which the thinking now produces,
    • that in this new activity memory actually disappears, and he is
    • This is a shattering experience. And this is why those who knew
    • newly-evolved activity of the will what the inner observer is
    • kind. We become aware of a new seed of life within us. —
    • can become a new plant, so, too, we now experience that this
    • a new plant, there are no such conditions or hindrances in the
    • upon it so that we can enter into a new life on earth.
    • a new sense organ, which Goethe calls the “spirit
    • described, is united as activity within this new consciousness.
    • new memory leads us to a perception of ourselves as spiritual
    • knowledge into living knowledge, in discovering a new man, an
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    • is quite new to one — like an entirely new sense
    • something which is entirely new.
    • remains active, side by side with the new, in a sense, second
    • particular habit, or to acquire some new quality. If through
    • fertile new impulses for life, is education. This has often
    • if it were said that Anthroposophy sought to institute a new
    • sect or found a new religion. Since Anthroposophy stands upon
    • Nor can it institute a new religion. But if the supersensory
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    • the great questions of life take on a new character in each
    • outer conditions of life change from epoch to epoch, how new
    • needs, new questions arise about the way we live. This also
    • anthroposophy, as a renewal of the views of the old
    • antipathy. From this new aspect, sympathy and antipathy
    • people had the greatest hopes of gaining a new view of the
    • world on the basis of the new Darwinian approach, the laws of
    • the dark and cold time of year, develops into a new plant, so
    • and appears again in a new life on earth. All this becomes
    • scientific learning of the new Darwinian biology with its
    • knew so much about nature and the world:
    • who knew so much about the world and nature, who says this? No,
    • This is the real view of the one who knew so much about
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    • significance. He created a model industrial set-up in New
    • nature of its development has a desire to seek a new solution
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    • or new to say to you today, but it is essential to give a
    • mankind today — a spiritual deepening through the new
    • spiritual deepening by the appropriate new means to spiritual
    • spiritual deepening with the new means to knowledge, how
    • we can come to a really new social form only by recognising
    • which were quite new in comparison with the methods and views
    • has to give the higher beings new materiel to engage upon, by
    • make a start with a new kind of education. This will help to
    • have made possible a basic understanding of a new social
    • faiths were concerned a beginning was made on a new natural
    • enter into a new relation to the spiritual world. Let us
    • tap a new source in themselves, an entirely new source.
    • a new basis and to speak of “moral intuition” in
    • concepts into a new world-conception is easy. Those who do it
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    • have nothing specially new to say to you to-day, but I am
    • about by means of those new methods of obtaining spiritual
    • deepening induced by the new methods of acquiring spiritual
    • should be sought with the help of these new methods of
    • way develop out of himself new “substance” for
    • spiritual world in a completely new way. This is a matter
    • penetrated by spiritual science, we may knew that they have
    • Very well, then, we must begin to educate in a new way, for
    • necessary for humanity to enter into a new relationship to
    • are all these things, they must liberate a new source of
    • knowledge in themselves, a source that is entirely new. Of
    • I knew that that which man develops instinctively out of
    • and that something new must now come about, etc. But if a
    • easy matter to form a conception of even a new world concept,
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    • The Copernican-Newtonian world-conception is, in its
    • Copernicus, Kepler, Newton, is something that has been
    • and dying out; and fire that is arising, newly created,
    • Kepler, and Newton. It becomes something that is inwardly
    • third. Copernicus knew something more than what is admitted
    • the Copernican- Newtonian world conception — but as a
    • abstract like the Copernican-Newtonian world conception, but
    • literary articles which sometimes appear in a newspaper below
    • the rest of the newspaper by a line.]
    • Stuttgart, another for New York, another for Australia, One
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    • new birth. are, in reality, always in the middle condition
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    • necessity for creating anew that which, on a higher level of
    • fashioning him in a way that brings him into new connection
    • it comprises with this something different, a new product of
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    • As a new life of feeling — different from that of
    • nature of the seer's thinking and new life of feeling, by
    • just described. To begin with, as we have heard, this new
    • begins to develop a new and much deeper kind of feeling and
    • new kind of emotion and feeling. In the condition of
    • that in present as our body. The body becomes something new,
    • world. In Spiritual Science new problems arise which are not
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    • the period between death and a new birth into the forces underlying
    • the head of the new incarnation. In our present incarnation we have,
    • the growth of a new wheat-plant out of the grain. The fact that a grain
    • make it possible for a new wheat plant to come into existence.
    • a new plant. In the same way, the wisdom we apply to the grasping of
    • which the primary purpose of the grain of wheat is to bring a new plant
    • between birth and death and on the other side between death and a new
    • new birth. It is, as a matter of fact, an exceedingly intricate complex
    • Asia? They knew little of Africa and of America, and of the rest of
    • the Earth they knew absolutely nothing at all. Plato's knowledge concerning
    • the producing of new wheat plants but are given over to the purpose
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    • again: Christ is crucified anew as long as immorality,
    • which in this respect we perceive as a renewal of what was
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    • knew the essential nature of what had entered his physical
    • body; and because he knew this, because he was sure — if
    • old skin, it is compelled to replace it by a new one. The
    • state not yet fully developed. The human being knew that
    • entire New Testament, and people of today prefer to approach
    • the Mystery of Golgotha by reading the New Testament and by
    • present. But from the explanation of the New Testament as it is
    • would still be weak if he only knew how to sustain his wisdom
    • new knowledge, acquired in a purely spiritual way. When
    • this Mystery. We shall gain a new understanding of the words of
    • experience of Damascus he knew that everything depended upon an
    • new religion!
    • death. After the advent of Christianity no new religion can be
    • Christianity were we to believe that a new religion could be
    • fact. St. Paul knew that, had it not taken place, had
    • advance onward to a new cosmic existence.
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    • knew what the Lord's Supper was they did not discuss it. In
    • arise in new form: the transformed astral body will
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    • comparison will know that this is the first step of a new
    • time that lies between death and a new birth.
    • Now we have gradually switched into a new world as a spiritual
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    • best of them believed that a quite new confession must take place and
    • from” and “where to” should be taught in a new way
    • illuminated by science. One spoke of a “new faith” and thought
    • new ones.
    • that those who wanted to know nothing about the “new faith”
    • The Old and the New Faith, 1872) elaborated his new faith at
    • its determination? One could not ask the new teaching where the soul
    • way out than to put a new scientific faith against the old faith were,
    • to our knowledge, and, therefore, we must have a new faith. We see the
    • Then you must say to yourselves that the new conceptions are commensurate,
    • in this uncertainty, to bring a new message to those who could not harmonise
    • their new knowledge with the old faith. They should get answer to the
    • Now these saw in the new works Esoteric Buddhism, Isis
    • felt such a satisfaction in the new theosophical works? If we want to
    • more important for the human mind than that which he had put as new
    • spoke of a new faith in contrast to the old faith. The theosophical
    • in a new way. Transport yourselves just a moment into a dark world in
    • the world has a new quality! The world also existed when it was dark
    • to solve the riddles of the world in a quite new way. Not only because
    • new. But only since Darwin this view spread farther. This is connected
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    • recognise that he knew something about that which one can know. When
    • he opened his talks in Berlin at the new-founded university he spoke
    • “This teaching requires a totally new inner sense-organ with which
    • a new world is given that does not exist for the everyday human being
    • appropriate methods. If he becomes sighted, a new world lights up around
    • Johann Gottlieb Fichte knew
    • that. The human beings also knew this in those times in which humanity
    • beings of that time knew this, and with few of them the tradition was
    • also kept always and the methods were developed. They knew that if one
    • this blue shimmering place something new begins to gleam. There is a
    • new flame which begins to gleam in the centre of the blue flame. This
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    • his talent, his temperament et etcetera, or Newton's talent to their
    • I can still add new items and the whole balance changes as lawfully
    • moment the account balance of my life can be changed by new registrations.
    • If I want to add a new item, I must only have added both sides to see
    • through the stations between death and a new life. Then we see what
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    • in the world unless it appeared in new forms again and again. Form is
    • continuously renewed in life unless it became the seed again and again
    • to create new forms out of the old ones. The seed of the plant grows
    • a seed and give existence to a new form. It is in nature everywhere
    • ossify unless the forms were perpetually renewed, unless new life emerged
    • sense when the form has found expression? The form must be renewed;
    • new, embryonic life must come again into the form! We will consider
    • where he met it. Hence, he has become the prophet of a new epoch which
    • an entire renewal of all views of life and world in the form of what
    • when the form must be penetrated with new internal life when life is
    • new forms repeatedly to the fact that it is necessary to understand
    • to get to know something new. No! The fact that the simplicity of the
    • Tolstoy's socialism, and it is his view that a renewal of the
    • form culture, but that this renewal has to take place from the soul,
    • hand, we have the incipient stages of a new life culture. As we have
    • is able to be renewed completely, as rather from the growing up child
    • the new life form arises from internal stimulation, just as little a
    • new life form can arise from an old cultural nation.
    • to us that we stand at the starting point of a new era. Our reason,
    • give new life impulses to the human development.
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    • human being transmigrates between death and a new birth. For the adversaries
    • in that time when the human being progresses to a new embodiment after
    • with new qualities; then we have an idea of the human being who awakes
    • happens between death and a new birth. We get to know the further processes
    • between death and a new birth, I want to describe this group of soul
    • a new birth. The astral world still appears as something depressing
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    • and a new birth where he moves from the so-called soul-world on the
    • shines around us in a new light. It takes on new qualities. Then the
    • also something of that between death and a new birth.
    • in the time between death and a new birth , then he takes everything
    • new states. Then the veil falls off from his astral eyes, he enters
    • the states between death and a new birth which I have described to you.
    • This sense appears strengthened and invigorated at the new birth. Here
    • and discoveries. Here are those who serve their fellow men in the new
    • the physical, to unfold it freely, to make it suitable to a new life.
    • can immediately walk after death again to a new incarnation because
    • spirit-land between death and a new birth which is beyond the connection
    • a little in it, must spend short time at least between death and a new
    • which penetrates him between death and a new birth. Those who have got
    • in the contact of these beings between death and a new birth, the purer,
    • being has to go through on his pilgrimage between death and a new birth.
    • case, and a new world rises.
    • that it contains a much higher being. Hence, also those who knew something
    • through this between death and a new birth. There he is a sprout of
    • the new reincarnation. He is the grain of mustard seed, which lives
    • through the devachan time to a new incarnation. The German mystic Angelus
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    • one can open almost no newspaper some years ago this was even more the
    • because Nietzsche knew everything that he himself knew. When he was
    • his ideas, with which he was bubbling over, anew in an intellectually
    • occupied themselves with Nietzsche about 1889 knew that he had lighted
    • of university lectures. This news probably brought consolation to his
    • derangement. Then the news came that Nietzsche went incurably insane.
    • him who is buried in the matter and to lead him up to the new splendour.
    • New Faith (1872).
    • in new incarnations. Tolstoy showed this life which the seed of a plant
    • carries over to a new plant and appears there again.
    • considering ourselves directly. Thereby we get closer to a new future.
    • new culture-epoch which we have to regard as that of form and figure.
    • regarded it as the renewal of life, as a new Renaissance. Wagner was
    • new Enlightenment.” He wanted now to inspire and enliven
    • soul breaks the form to be reincarnated in a new form. And the third
    • for as a new life that should arise from our culture. Now he himself
    • before the materialism of our time and desired a new Dionysus and was
    • of the moralist the immoralist. What he knew as philosophy of our time
    • and points with all longing to the new mystic time. Master Eckhart (1250–1327,
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture IX: On the Inner Life
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    • task after New Year to develop the most important theosophical insights
    • to give up inclinations he had before, to get new inclinations only
    • of a certain time with whole new habits by his will-power. The human
    • of the human perfectioning. Also in the New and in the Old Testament,
    • them. But this force would soon expire in him unless he gave it new
    • that he never heard sounding before. The world gleams in a new light;
    • new sounds and words become perceptible. This new light and this lustre
    • shine to him from the soul-world, and the new sounds which he hears
    • out the newest. This has a big influence on the soul-eye. Who cannot
    • grasp fast enough at the newspaper, and if he has found out anything
    • embankments before his soul. This must be always repeated. Always new
    • they found the way in their inside, because they knew that they must
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    • showing that theosophy is life and must become life. It is no new Gospel,
    • but the renewal of sensations deeply rooted in the human soul.
    • the new world views.
    • on a new basis in the nineties of the 18th century. In his Faust Goethe
    • The new day already born.
    • changes in the dream life first. If the new beholding, the new world
    • karma. Who knows that Goethe knew the mystics of the Middle Ages thoroughly,
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    • newer time, this creation history completely became materialised, while
    • from an imperfect one because a new dominant strikes, a new force impact
    • when he had advanced to this fire matter, he was able to take up a new
    • knew this and said that the human being himself has written down the
    • is necessary to think a new kind of “creation history”.
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    • knew about the human destiny. He was always very reserved about it:
    • himself in two other fairy tales more intimately, in The New Melusine
    • (1807) and then in The New Paris (1810). These three fairy
    • In The New Paris he says in the end: “whether I can tell you what
    • fairy tale The New Paris points clearly to the sources from
    • and knew the alchemical efforts of the Middle Ages. After he had recognised
    • hopes to recognise now with its new light.
    • beings to new actions. In theosophy this flame is called the emergence
    • most marvellously. It sees all things in a new, glorified light. The
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    • covers the walls with gold anew that way.
    • killed by her touch. She is sorrowful about this new fright. Also the
    • to the height. What Jacob Böhme said who probably knew these secrets
    • sense-perceptible disappears. It can reappear to new life only if she
    • is there only where both penetrate each other. But a new harmonisation
    • has to go through death to become new afterwards.
    • new state without noticing the transformation. They already got by nature
    • The hawk hovers about this temple and throws the light of the newly
    • shine. Thus the hawk connects a setting world day with a newly dawning
    • that means that this state of humanity is replaced by the new state
    • the rays of the sun which shines to the new world day: “the king,
    • the young man, is endowed in the temple with this new consciousness
    • of humanity. He is endowed with a new life; previously he was directed
    • he has gained these new forces, he can get married to the beautiful
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    • Part III: “The New Melusine” and “The New Paris”
    • add two other fairy tales: The New Melusine and The New
    • tale The New Melusine at a typical passage of Meister Wilhelm's
    • The New Melusine pass our souls in its main trains which deeply
    • mountains still a new race of the knights or the race of heroes as it
    • the upper world to get new force from the realm of the human beings.
    • this truth in the fairy tale The New Paris. In this fairy tale
    • Lily. Also in The New Paris he points to this way.
    • The new Paris now sees an
    • for whom the new Paris should choose the young men. The boy is led into
    • a kind of mystery that is triply enclosed, he must always meet new conditions.
    • In The New Paris these four women are characterised even more
    • appears then within a cultural world in a new body again, lives differently
    • it, but only on new conditions: the young man must change. He receives
    • fitted with a new set of oriental clothes. This is an indication that
    • all impulses to attain new wisdom have come from the East to humankind.
    • this fairy tale bears the name: The New Paris. It is Paris
    • his soul; he wants to become the “new Paris.” Hence, he
    • Since the young man wants to become the “new Paris,” he
    • a human race and the rise of the new race is shown in which the ego
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    • speak and think self-consciously, is a new impact in his aura, caused
    • every day anew and maybe works on one single sentence for weeks, and
    • fulfils us with new life. The sayings in Light on the Path (1885),
    • a way that this aura is completely illuminated with a new light. One
    • human being, in the animal and in the plant, a quite new level of instruction
    • the spiritual world: “In these sounds we spirits hear the new
    • being, because he has found the connection with a new world because
    • course of soul development. There he attains a new home in a world which
    • over, a new one comes. It happens that the human being wins influence
    • new Horus by an immaculate conception.
    • that rise of the soul to higher stages during the new cultural stage
    • is still something absolutely new, not as a doctrine but as a fact.
    • new, but he lives in the immediate existence, in the innermost personality
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    • ideal; but this new one is purchased by the price of the relationship
    • not in the environment, but in the “Gospel of the Good News,”
    • Let us take the new time
    • Good News.
    • human being had sharply outlined ideals. He knew not only that he should
    • as a spirit who looks into the new aurora.
    • finds new contents also in the personal. He establishes a new ideal;
    • more to our time; something new must arise.
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    • they knew three times seven by memory, but they could not calculate
    • that. They knew no multiplication tables. Another force which was developed
    • the human being stays between death and a new birth. These are the worlds
    • between death and a new birth.
    • earth is not yet completed. Who pursues the newest progress of electricity
    • however, nothing new comes into the world. Therefore, individualities
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    • to a body to make new experiences in this world. It is the great idea
    • at the stars in a new way. Copernicus, Kepler, Galilei, they are those
    • who bring up a new age, an age in which one looks at the world differently
    • than before. Something new crept into the human souls relying on the
    • change in the time when the new world view got entrance in the minds
    • the human beings could not harmonise their new achievements with that
    • The materialists created a new world view in which actually nothing
    • in new form: why should it not be there if they looked at life? In the
    • the question arose philosophically before Schiller's mind anew:
    • A new stage of his self-development
    • “For a long time and with always renewed admiration I have already
    • that it is a task of our time to renew the theatre of the soul and the
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    • any dogma, then they knew how to speak intensively to the hearts. They
    • Bruno could announce a new world view? This new movement became possible
    • what occurred to Galilei: there was a scholar who knew his Aristoteles.
    • admit that again new worlds form et etcetera.
    • and talks, not with theories and new dogmas, but with intimate self-education,
    • This requires a renewal,
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    • today. We can only hope that the scientific disciplines get new life.
    • be seen in a new light. The examiner has not only to examine knowledge,
    • extent he has become a new human being. This has gone unregarded in
    • one still knew this. In the Middle Ages, this view was not dangerous,
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    • assume that Theosophy aims to establish a new religion or
    • to be a religion nor found a new sect. The lectures to be
    • is past for founding new religions. Spiritual truths can no
    • Founding new religions came to an end with the central
    • is no need for new religions; the old ones contain all the
    • that wisdom in a new form. In so doing, the old forms will
    • while in Spain the young king is obliged to allow new ideas
    • up the establishment, and is ruthlessly introducing new laws
    • arrangements will give way to new ones and people will become
    • accustomed. But no new arrangement will have a chance of
    • religion. Once that happens, religious life will assume new
    • that a new cult arose in each, with special significance for
    • there must be a renewal of spiritual knowledge. When it is
    • experiences a new world but one which in reality was always
    • color, light and sound to affect her soul. Recently a new
    • spiritual world like new life-blood and permeate our
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    • process by which the blood is renewed. The blood that meets
    • constant companion, furnishes him or her with renewed
    • and build within the inner self a new world of pictures on a
    • substance, oxygen. Oxygen continually renews the blood,
    • endowing it with new life.
    • we are able to build up anew what is repeated within
    • history when a new phase of its culture began — the
    • marriage between strangers allowed new blood to be introduced
    • clairvoyance, and the birth in evolution of a new
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    • new substances are formed and old ones thrown off. But life
    • forces of life. Life dissolves unless a new principle, that
    • understood when it is recognized that it constantly renews
    • life that would otherwise dissolve, just as life forces renew
    • of life can renew itself from within. It must first have
    • that within human beings, life is constantly renewed through
    • Everything is seen in a new light and on a higher level. But
    • these three is the ruler, the newfound individual, bringing
    • the new crop of wheat must rise from the decay, the
    • prevent life being destroyed; thus, from pain comes new life.
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    • spiritual vision, for the new clairvoyance is the fruit of
    • attain spiritual leadership and work on a new planet from
    • mission and passed over into another embodiment. A new
    • will pass over into a new embodiment, just as it has passed
    • new bread. Evil is a good removed from its proper place; what
    • itself as evil to a new planet. Evil is a necessary part of
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VI: Education in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • educators knew better. At the ages between one and seven all
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    • to reach a deeper understanding of the Old and New
    • from whom the Old and New Testaments originated looked down
    • say: “If new life is continuously to arise, then I need
    • forever brings forth new life, the old must die to provide
    • new space. But as you can see, he provides nothing of
    • and the new continuously arrive.” Thus, here again,
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    • is entirely new. Up to then his life is a repetition of
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    • knew through conscious wisdom that illness would benefit from
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    • starts his life an earth he is not a newly created entity; he
    • new birth, and so brings with him into a new life.
    • of each life on earth, a person adds something new to the
    • new life he receives a physical body from physical ancestors.
    • express himself properly in the physical world, the new body
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    • fully possess once their lower nature is purified. A new
    • plant will finally produce seeds from which new plants
    • material passes from the old plant to the new is
    • eventually be refuted. What passes over to the new plant is
    • completely new creation. This dying and new coming-into-being
    • ancient culture vanished, and a new culture arose. The vortex
    • the old civilization and the outward-turning the new.
    • transition took place from the old culture to the new, the
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    • what he revealed outwardly. Wagner knew that within human
    • human beings knew of the whole surrounding world. The dream
    • Erda with the result that a new consciousness arises.
    • initiation. Siegfried represents the new, the different human
    • the old group-soul consciousness must die out as the new
    • Elsa von Brabant.Throughout Europe a new epoch was dawning;
    • and as far away as Russia, a new social structure was
    • a new structure, within which each person contributed
    • fructification to new creation by the sunbeam, the holy lance
    • new creation of the Good Friday tradition, Wagner had the
    • wanted new life to pour into the Christian festivals, which
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    • approach, we start with the New Testament. In the earlier
    • as the New Testament. We find that the early Church Fathers
    • simply too much effort to learn something new.
    • we may learn something new; we inwardly grasp something we
    • comparable to the seeds of new plants that slumber within the
    • whose spiritual eyes are opened sees around him a new world.
    • it in a new way. He sees the way he must be able to see if he
    • presented in a new form, and this is what spiritual science
    • neophyte knew nothing of what went on about him; to the
    • in the everyday world. Those who guided the initiation knew
    • initiates, insofar as they knew of them. What was said about
    • because the writers knew initiation from different regions.
    • was the custom to consult the calendar, and give the newly
    • a new name, an initiation name that expressed a person's
    • find in the New Testament many sayings attributed to Jesus.
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    • KNEW it. This contrast can already be seen to-day, in the
    • development of a new culture.
    • thoughts do not pulsate through the human will, for he knew
    • chaotic, because the old and the new spectres collide with one
    • chaotic co-operation of old and new spectres and a
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    • experience he felt that he had become a new man and he obtained
    • a new name. He was called Son of God. The whole process
    • knew him not.
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    • to a new one is celebrated in our part of the world in the
    • living. When the old year passes over into the new year, the
    • at this time of the year, approximately around New Year's Eve.
    • humanity on earth celebrated a new year, a great cosmic new
    • year. Even as the new year now brings with it a union of the
    • beginning of a new cosmic year upon the earth. It was a great
    • cosmic new year! Our soul's consciousness then passed Through
    • of the plants at New Year. Even as the plant looks out into
    • field of wisdom, during that ancient cosmic NEW YEAR, when his
    • for the origin of this wisdom in the cosmic New Year about 6000
    • the winter of the earth, but at the same time a cosmic new year
    • us prepare ourselves for this Cosmic New Year! By preparing
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    • be revived anew on the way to the heart. Being enlivened anew means,
    • altogether removed, and is always renewed again. There have to be always
    • form — giving forces existent, which renew these organs. Still
    • from the old kidney-activity to the newer liver activity.
    • enter into cognition and will lead us into decadence, instead of a renewal
    • A new arising of civilization
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    • to a renewal of the old dreamlike wisdom. I often have said that this
    • Anthroposophy shall therefore not be the renewal of any kind of old
    • earthly spot where he was born. In those olden times one knew very specifically:
    • it completely. One knew that the human physical organism “is not
    • from this world” in its inner consistency and one knew fundamentally
    • to the necessity to recognize the light again in a new way. Before,
    • man knew within himself: he had this light ether body. Now we must increasingly
    • plant forms, luminously shining forth, will we be able to find new remedies
    • once that the human being, as I have, presented him quite often, renews
    • renewal comes about. There are always unfinished substances in a way
    • after 7 or 8 years. The heart is being renewed. It is made anew. What
    • human being: he renews the material substance from the center. Now assume
    • The process of renewal is indeed happening continuously; let us then
    • imagine that the new heart moved in (red) before the old heart is completely
    • ejected (diagram 4, light). Then it goes too fast. If the renewal goes
    • Just where you take this matter of a renewal of the human being in 7-8
    • years seriously you will see: if that which will come as renewed substance
    • to step into the new, and because the old does not fit any more —
    • want to take the trouble to enter into the new.
    • between the old people and youth today, like an inkling of the new light:
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    • filled them with an abundance of new life in the
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    • beginning of a new school year. The headmaster discusses the
    • I had obviously not prepared well. And I have drawn up a new
    • everything I did wrong. I have arranged the new schedule
    • said, one never really knew what would happen the following
    • “I do not think so,” said the new head. “It
    • successor was expressing about the school he knew so well. How
    • way foresee that all will be well. And,” said the new
    • character of the new pupils. I appreciate that more can be
    • things will go well,” said the new headmaster, “if
    • which the new headmaster replied, “You know, I once
    • made last year. I have to work with new pupils.”
    • only create light if I knew beforehand what light was like, and
    • better understanding for my new pupils.” And he
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    • Here indeed is a new difficulty, one that can be the starting
    • empty space appears for new impulses which can then enter the
    • content, and then an empty space must occur again, before new
    • something new can come.
    • the time between death and a new birth a human being plans his
    • with us through the life between death and a new birth, and
  • Title: Necessity and Freedom: Lecture V: The "I" is Found on the Physical Plane in Acts of Will
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    • find many more people than we do now who not only knew of the
    • physical body but who really knew that something lived in the
    • is there. In the past people knew that if a person forms the
    • After a much longer time has elapsed, a new age will arrive for
    • to regain in a new way the sight of what has been lost, how to
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    • whole world in which he is between death and a new birth.
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    • I am referring to is those newspaper articles that circulate scientific
    • of naive men, and what must come into men through the new Spiritual
    • does the new way at thought underlying Spiritual Science. Today certain
    • a new and right way when, for instance, you bring the thoughts to fruition
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    • to look for a new relation to external nature since the old means to
    • this end no longer suffice, and also find his way to a new relation
    • whole evolution in such a way that new impulses arise—impulses
    • new relations are making their way into mankind's evolution. I have
    • already indicated how from a certain aspect these new relations can
    • in the course of my development between death and a new birth, it seemed—I
    • in the life between death and a new birth. What remains hidden here
    • by man between death and a new birth, comes upon them too abruptly.
    • What man experiences between death and a new birth remains on this account
    • is between death and a new birth, then this world will have no certainty
    • into believing that these men often read newspapers in a different way
    • are mixed up with this reading, and worries too. But even the newspapers
    • however, has need of explanation when applied in a new epoch—he
    • a Movement for Spiritual Science something of a new stream of life must
    • as new things in a Movement for Spiritual Science of this kind, things
    • how verbose they have become in the ordinary world where nothing new
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    • transformed but entirely renewed. This is to begin with the external
    • of death. Only out of death could new life then proceed. This death
    • entrance of a new impulse into the world was needed to lead evolution
    • at mankind, and from the Resurrection could take hope that a new impulse
    • up to something coming as a new impact into the evolution of the earth—this
    • expectation of a renewal of Christianity. Who could look inwardly upon
    • Goethe either in any way but as having within him the promise of a renewed
    • the idea will come to you: here in the soul of a man is living a new
    • Christ impulse, a new impulse for transforming mankind, brought about
    • by the Mystery of Golgotha, a striving after a new understanding of
    • time a mood of expectancy in which one is waiting for a new understanding
    • can be called up in the human heart if anyone tries today to renew certain
    • experiencing anew what people felt in those times, we are left with
    • should not fail to recognise when deep things hold sway in the new life
    • towards us in the way it will sound forth out of the newer impulse of
    • mood of waiting for a new understanding among the most modern people
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    • not have been capable of acquiring in his soul and spirit the new strength
    • by Mystery pupils was that after initiation they knew about the spiritual
    • of the senses. After that they were able to proclaim what they knew
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. Those who were His intimates knew, however,
    • place on earth the news was proclaimed that through a force coming from
    • at which he already faced the entirely new form of grasping the Mystery
    • who represents all that is new, this most modern man, at the same time
    • portrays in his book, although undoubtedly the best he knew of Goethe,
    • world-outlook is a world-outlook of expectancy, of awaiting the new
    • new.
    • these there rises the Temple, the new temple, by means of which the
    • Christian, this is the new path to Christ. For, why is this? In Goethe's
    • the soul so far that it can find the new way to the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • new comprehension of the Mystery of Golgotha. This is what is important.
    • often spoken of, namely, on the renewal of the human soul through Spiritual
    • of Goetheanism, that is, the impulse towards a new understanding of
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    • journey between death and a new birth. You know that after the
    • to a new birth, in order to descend again after a certain time
    • into a new earthly life, a life in the physical world.
    • and a new birth, because these worlds continuously surround us.
    • different the image will be when you receive news of a death in
    • or she will meet something which appears as quite new, a
    • first learnt within the astral world as something new and
    • new experiences of feeling enter the soul. First of all, at the
    • between death and a new birth. Through the fact that a person
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    • one has the impression, that ever new experiences of
    • life ever anew, because through the observation of Goethe's
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    • organises everything, until he gets news that he needs to take
    • new. This way karma's aim is strengthened and interlinked. It
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    • new forms, or with giving shape to what is capable of representation.
    • it is this: The realisation that in this age a new spiritual life must
    • for the spreading of this new spiritual life, we cannot but feel that
    • a new revelation is to he made. Anyone who draws near to it cannot help
    • feeling that something will reveal itself here, something new in the
    • with the sense of something new making its way into the development
    • stands as the representative of a new world-conception.
    • see here is nothing but a new beginning. I always say over and over
    • world, and it is shown that here something really new in the way of
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    • something that has a new element to be brought into the evolution of
    • humanity. The outward forms point to this something that is new in the
    • contemplation of the universe. They aim at a new style. If the Goetheanum
    • essential new element that has been brought into the idea of this Building.
    • appear new and young make nothing but sentimental and vogue claims.
    • in a certain sense will disappear. That is a new thing, viz, the way
    • wondered at that these things which are all more or less new are repudiated
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    • and exchange of activity between the colours, an entirely new world
    • engenders the vital longing of the newer future humanity for the compensating
    • has been brought over from old times, that literally the new revelation
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    • all the transitional impulses introduced by the new age, both
    • Now for Goethe the problem of the rise of this new age and
    • important trends of thought of the new man? Goethe could
    • to a great part lost in Faust's time and Goethe knew this
    • well. He knew it not only with his intellect but with his
    • world, a wisdom adapted to the new age, as the ancients had
    • how little what is called the new freedom in human evolution
    • away, the new has not yet come. Then arise such moods as may
    • himself to be a product of the new age, in which the ancient
    • longer represented the ancient wisdom. Goethe also knew their
    • with the new wisdom, relying on manuscripts, on the written
    • the the path of religious exaltation; he picks up the New
    • contains the deepest wisdom of the new age — the John
    • knowledge of the transition from the old era to the new in
    • that men are not trying to come to the new spiritual research
    • for which we are striving; they are trying to renew the old
    • wisdom. Many indeed think that by renewing what was possessed
    • come to prize them more highly than the newer science. They
    • names are given to new endeavours in order to justify them.
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    • who knew something about the matter said: I suggest, your
    • and that he knew perfectly well that Mephistopheles is a
    • experience this, and Goethe knew how to represent it. But
    • they to bring their earthly qualities with them. Goethe knew
    • knew Nikolai, Friedrich Nikolai, bookseller and writer, who
    • was born in 1733 and died in 1811, he knew him very well. So
    • interested. Goethe also knew that Nikolai had described it,
    • A brand new piece. 'Tis the last of the seven;
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    • knew everything, might sometimes flare up. Fichte often
    • “Hyperborean Ass or the New Education”. All this
    • that is of no importance; he knew that actually the pendulum
    • We once knew a man who was so infected with this philosophy
    • end he had recourse to what he knew from Paracelsus, whose
    • anew through Homunculus, through the metamorphosis is able to
    • “Awakens he here, new cares we've
    • this passage it always makes me realise anew how it is taken
    • the dot over the i first used? The student knew that at once
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    • even in the decadent new secret societies, is still among the
    • realise how Goethe knew that spiritul beings were playing
    • to say much of what we have been studying lately receives new
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    • past centuries also knew Helena, but they knew her in the
    • in this: that we must draw renew out of the fount of Maya
    • fourth and the fifth post-Atlantean epochs. But he knew still
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    • those who knew. Far from replying to the Sphinx: “I am
    • I have also told you. Something entirely new is now
    • Atlantean time. Now something new makes it appearance —
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    • say that Goethe definitely knew anything of that phase of
    • his fulness. Goethe knew well that the human soul cannot
    • place; he knew that the soul of man has to find its way into
    • that Goethe had a dim apprehension of these things. He knew
    • into the new. And the question arises: Can one observe this
    • went on when the old world was changing into the new. Again
    • one, Anaxagoras, still knew a great deal of the old
    • the new age is beginning. The history of the new philosophy,
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    • through the new philosophers, and had no wish at all to test
    • initiator, the beginner, of the new tendency in science, and
    • round the earth in four weeks. The Greeks knew a threefold
    • in his environment,in what is new that approaches him, the
    • have two eyes, what use we have for two eyes. If they knew
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    • men, in the so-called Newtonian theory of colors — in that
    • theory built up by Newton on a certain hypothesis. This
    • is immaterial whether it is represented, as it was by Newton
    • Foolish. He studied this Newtonian physics, this Newtonian
    • he could do nothing with it. This Newtonian physics serves
    • as those of Newton or spencer, that is to say, if we cloud by
    • perceived that, when he formed concepts like those of Newton,
    • between death and a new birth. into this life between death
    • and a new birth he takes the sun of inner forces developed by
    • new birth; and vice versa, the life between death and a new
    • that Goethe was definitely on the way to the new spiritual
    • supersensible that man experiences between death and a new
    • new birth.
    • but subconscious impulse that something like a new world
    • they do not want anything new, they want the old again, once
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    • this sphere — Goethe knew he could go no farther. Yet
    • ourselves he knew everything. But No! Goethe becomes all the
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    • to test how far he would get by breathing new life into such
    • knowledge thus light-heartedly. he knew that, even if he had
    • wedded to the waves of the sea. It knew what was surging
    • putting into new and artistic form what intimately and
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    • Homunculus would receive new life and become man, but against
    • connection with reality only if they adopt new concepts and
    • the field of human culture, a new tree must be planted. It
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    • This newly translated lecture is the third of seven lectures in the
    • gives us at first nothing new, but only in a dimmed down way in
    • as something new in the soul with a truly devoted love —
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    • certainly knew how to speak about the highest spiritual Beings
    • planes knew about the higher planes.
    • number of people, through their own observation, still knew
    • diminished in their numbers, who knew directly or indirectly
    • of Moses, which was revealing itself in a new way. In the
    • to destroy from outside the creation of a new culture, given as
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    • the result of that newly developed sense of physical reality,
    • discovered new facts, but even then those feelings which for
    • developed; and once these new organs are developed, higher
    • you will ask, how should a man be able to receive any new
    • Theosophical Publishing Society, 161, New Bond Street, W.)
    • soon come a time when you will learn, by these new experiences,
    • Then the whole world will assume a new aspect, and you will be
    • condition of anyone who has acquired a new state of
    • consciousness. Something new, a new kind of personality, has
    • convey to the seer a new meaning. In the language of the
    • See the new-born Day appearing!”)
    • than I — then will this great work glow with a new glory,
    • revealing, as it must, an entirely new meaning. According to
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    • the new age of consciousness. And they were such that we today
    • death and a new birth in moulding what is carried by man from
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    • death and a new birth he belongs to the Heavens; the powers of Heaven
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    • between death and a new birth. The more we have delivered over to our
    • Now between death and a new birth there comes a time when the Angel
    • man lives between death and a new birth from many different points of
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life between Death and a new Birth.
    • death and a new birth. In our epoch there are persons who have brought
    • the world of the Archangels. It is really so: Between death and a new
    • new birth. In a man who has brought through death no idealistic
    • standpoint of life between death and a new birth what we encounter in
    • death and a new birth when man comes for the second time into the
    • the period between death and a new birth is lengthy. But especially in
    • between death and a new birth, the seeds were laid for all that arises
    • were among the higher Hierarchies and as he draws near to a new birth
    • to the life which runs its course between death and a new birth, to
    • limbs we have the working of the newly acquired forces of will which,
    • new birth during the period of existence preceding this present
    • to the world lying between death and a new birth. In respect of his
    • may pour new life into the abstract thinking that is a corpse of the
    • heavenly existence, of the existence between death and a new birth,
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    • so to order his descent at the end of his life between death and a new
    • stretching between death and a new birth. As soon as we come to study
    • the inner nature of man, this life between death and a new birth must
    • reflection of the life between death and a new birth. Life in matter
    • What we must acquire anew, what must be built up anew in the
    • in the new incarnation through intercourse with the outer world are
    • unconsciously permeated with new thoughts — this and this only we
    • standpoint of life between death and a new birth; we must be mindful
    • knowledge of the periods he spends between death and a new birth.
    • The influence of a new stream of spiritual culture is profoundly
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    • his newly acquired book; it aroused in him such deep
    • of rendering the scriptures with quite a new eloquence, in a new
    • And now we can follow him again into a new situation. He became a
    • himself. What he knew of his pupil gave him an assured
    • deep religious feeling and acute intellect with the new ideas of
    • grew in communion with the outer world. His soul knew unconsciously
    • writings of this man, Immanuel Kant, confronted him as a new creation.
    • duties of his new appointment. He desired to transmit to those who
    • self-renewing spiritual activity. He did not merely
    • illustrate this self-renewing faculty of the Ego, how all mental
    • grasp of world mysteries by laying hold of this self-renewing
    • but continually creating anew. For he did not care about imparting
    • awaken a new response in his hearers. This is evident from his
    • they read no new works except perhaps shallow sophistries and that
    • New Communications. Seven Letters from Fichte to Goethe.
    • invited to assist in the newly-founded University, to which we must
    • history. Fichte became the second Rector of the new University.
    • knew that he was trying to communicate to the German people what he
    • Fichte knew how to
    • and the renewal of the German spirit in its relations with the
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    • a renewal of this festival, made as it were timeless, through
    • To know of the newborn king is my wish.
    • preserved their ancient heritage of Christmas plays, and they renewed
    • For, these simple people, who lived beneath their thatched roofs, knew
    • They knew that true art has to spring from the whole human being; and
    • devotion. That, indeed, these people knew! And this can be seen, for
    • Upper Hungary, one person who knew the Christmas plays would gather
    • mysteries? There too, one knew that wisdom cannot be achieved by mere
    • new Adam and Christ, in whom man ascends again from the
    • complete renewal of the human spirit in its very essence
    • about Adam, the “old” Adam, and Christ, the “new
    • we find that people knew full well that something spiritual is meant
    • they were shown the tree of knowledge or the tree of life they knew to
    • each period we must learn how to enliven in ever new ways what should
    • Spiritual Science the thought of a new Christmas mood of
    • attitude. For, that renewal, which is necessary to counterbalance
    • living spirit, needed for a renewal of humanity.
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    • renewed significance at the present time. A short time ago the
    • peoples of Europe and those of the West generally, knew little of the
    • completely new, and almost equally new were the feelings,
    • because they have to prepare the way for a new clairvoyance. Today
    • we are striving toward this new clairvoyance by giving out and
    • the connection that will lead you up in a new way to those worlds so
    • souls will once more seek access in a new way to the spiritual
    • particular group-soul. Those who not only felt but knew their
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    • renewal of dramatic power to the end. You can study this in the
    • of tradition. He knew that what is handed on from generation to
    • something new. Here in these very first discourses we find an accent
    • intellectual terms was something absolutely new and epoch-making in
    • its newness when it resounded in Arjuna's soul through Krishna's
    • idea, it was new, especially in regard to Arjuna's situation.
    • if to a new thing that is only now to enter humanity.
    • what Krishna would reveal to Arjuna as the beginning of a new
    • feel myself.” A new moment of dramatic force as beautiful as it
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    • them something altogether new, something that has never been there
    • life. When a new, significant feeling thus arises, the horizon of
    • what we call our world expands into a new region. We realize why it
    • everyday life, and an altogether new world of inner life that can
    • plunge into the regions of dream-life in such a way as to find a new
    • would have these new experiences between sleeping and waking during
    • certain sense new experiences have room to enter. When, through an
    • new and considerable danger arises. We no longer perhaps bring the
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    • clairvoyance, a night was to begin in which a new force could be born
    • also we are surrounded by a world, but one so altogether new and
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    • this new trend so people do not notice it in its full significance.
    • more become evident how the new mode of thought has to come in touch
    • repeated incarnations. Thus a new age is beginning, the age of
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
    • was permeated with the idea of gravity, the effects of Newton's
    • Newton's time to find everywhere words like “attraction”
    • mechanical laws in an age when Newtonism drew all thought under its
    • does it in such a way that, after all he has said about Newtonism, he
    • In fact, he is naive enough to admit it. He says the Newtonian
    • evolution of the human soul. Men knew that by developing their soul
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    • trying to throw light on the new age of self-consciousness, and
    • showing how a creative Spiritual Being preparing for a new age
    • song onward. After that an altogether new mood begins to appear.
    • discourses no longer carries us. It ceases, and an altogether new
    • really means when a new impulse is given for a new epoch in the
    • together with all that was holy in it, and a new epoch to begin. When
    • we reflect on the impulse of this new epoch that was to begin with
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    • knowledge he enters a new condition, a new relation to knowledge,
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    • were men who in a certain sense knew nothing of the Divine Beings
    • introduced the new age. The world around men did not call forth clear
    • say when he wishes to introduce that new age in which the active way
    • to the world — the new age would never have begun. Everything
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    • living again through the new wisdom of the Grail.
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    • worlds between death and a new birth, we enter again through birth
    • an end. The Initiate, in fact, is entering a new world. In order to
    • transformed. In the first place there will be a quite new mode of
    • new is given to him; he reaches precisely the moment in which this new
    • moment a new world is taken from him. We shall have to speak more in
    • thing is that from this experience in the soul a whole new world can
    • with what he is himself producing, something absolutely new appears.
    • which a man passes between death and a new birth. That is what I
    • worlds are like between death and a new birth, and in how far it has
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    • new world which he can experience through the fact that — as the
    • aspirant is in a new world. And in this new world he not only
    • experiences something different, but he experiences it in a quite new
    • the realm that he inhabits between death and a new birth. When the
    • of Death, are going through their development between death and a new
    • and a new birth have to undergo very hard conditions. The seer has at
    • seer sees souls living between death and a new birth who are helping
    • periods of their lives between death and a new birth human souls have
    • feet. All the resistance of those times against this new idea sprang
    • and a new birth. On the whole it is not so terrible to see the
    • that this may do him no harm he must also apply these new feelings and
    • tried to show that the influence of the new Moon on rainfall is
    • opinion that it certainly does not depend on the full Moon or the new
    • at new Moon, while his own wife put out hers at full Moon, and they
    • and a new birth, and much else besides. Through these things the seer
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    • to incarnation! I know solely about those beings who in each new
    • and knew that they were now within a world of spiritual facts and
    • They knew they had come to the farthest point attainable. In the
    • approaches his birth into a new incarnation, and seeks nation, family
    • and parents in order to clothe himself with new sheaths. All the
    • and a new birth. All that is there within. But when there surges
    • conveys the soul from death to a new birth; and when there presses
    • a new birth, and when you feel how this Warmth and this Light stream
    • you have gained nothing of a new kind. In your experience of the
    • cosmic Warmth which brings the soul to a new birth, you are within the
    • ocean of forces which illuminate the soul between death and a new
    • inward part of me as a human being from death to a new birth. Only
    • of the universe solved after a new manner, as it never can be on the
    • etheric body after passing through the life between death and a new
    • death and a new birth. That which is hidden deep in the physical
    • earthly existence of man, but lives between death and a new birth in
    • death and a new birth. Through the union with Osiris it was possible
    • contains for man the forces that lead from death to a new birth. There
    • soul between death and a new birth; and the longing arose to hear the
    • world had a serious but resigned world-outlook. They knew her, the
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    • living again through the new wisdom of the Grail.
    • souls of earthly men; and in this new life, rising to ever higher and
    • post-Christian renewal of the principle of the ancient Mysteries.
    • added, something new which must come from the Consciousness Soul to
    • new Initiation, must have centres where there can be recalled to human
    • of Golgotha took place. And to that must be added a new element.
    • new wisdom.
    • what he had to learn in order to permeate with the new wisdom the part
    • Holy Grail and of the new wisdom — which is in fact the
    • indicate that which is hostile to this new wisdom, he pointed to
    • This is the new thing that has to be added. And that which has to be
    • forces in its inner being, belongs more to the nature of the newer
    • These are among the fruits of the newer Mysteries; they are the
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    • time marks the beginning of a new phase in the life of Rudolf
    • work as a herald of the new Age of Light, when human beings would
    • the poet, a Celtic-Greek soul, devoted to the renewal of the ancient
    • few years after the war the friendship was renewed and it must have
    • received from him and for his having brought the new mysteries
    • [Rudolf Steiner Publishing Co., London and New York,
    • profoundly moving inner experiences of my soul; for I felt ever anew
    • Esoteric Christian Cosmology appropriate to the dawn of the new Age
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    • crystallisation. And, furthermore, it gives me joy to pay this new
    • my reader's attention to the most strikingly new chapters, for they
    • of two new elements which are, as it were, the ‘humanised’
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    • entering upon a new phase which it is the object of this lecture to
    • astral to the intellectual plane. It was by virtue of a new kind of
    • the new development of man's intellectual faculties, of the Ego. There
    • new, mysterious and transcendental element in Christianity is that it
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    • the cloud” was a new token of alliance between God and man.
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    • plants provide man with the oxygen which gives him life; they renew
    • The red blood in man must be refreshed and renewed with oxygen, for
    • parasitic elements in the organism. The Druids and the Skalds knew of
    • a new property — that of reflecting the light.
    • the separation of the sexes, a new, all-embracing element came to
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    • A law known to occultism is that with every new stage of evolution, an
    • beget a new kind of vision, a perception of the astral and spiritual
    • take on new functions.
    • of the head of newly-born babes where the soft matter recalls the
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    • When Manas dominates the astral and etheric bodies, man acquires new
    • awoke from the trance, the new Initiate found himself in possession of
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    • (5) Confidence. The mind must be open to every new phenomenon. We must
    • the Father of the new being, the ‘twice-born’ in the risen
    • The new rhythm of breathing produces a change in the blood. Man is
    • and Strasburg, knew of the harmony of the spheres. He expressed it at
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    • was a transformed, new-born being. The greatest Greek writers have
    • who was called to new life by the voice of Christ Himself. John is
    • sacrifice; wine was to serve the purpose of the new. The words of
    • believed,” refer to the new epoch when man — wholly given up to his
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    • to imbue him with a new consciousness, but the struggle involved in
    • taken. This gives rise to a new symptom, namely a dissociation, or
    • world of shades, but then the darkness breaks and a new light —
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    • break free from the forces of the physical organs and acquire a new
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    • is that whenever man develops one of the virtues, he unfolds a new
    • personal effort. The eight new petals correspond to the Beatitudes of
    • and in certain Asiatic religions. At the birth of a new religion, an
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    • developed, he can begin to work upon his body and imbue it with a new
    • What is the next task of the astral body and Ego? A new etheric body
    • changing — to the point of being wholly renewed in the course of seven
    • years. Similarly, etheric substance is renewed, although its
    • body of man is entirely renewed. That is why there is such a change in
    • general rule, he returns to find a new Earth, a new humanity, even a
    • new Nature. For all have evolved and he can enter a new
    • apprenticeship, fulfil a new mission.
    • new meaning to the incarnations occurring in them. 2,160 years is
    • A new flora and a new fauna on Earth are brought forth on Earth by the
    • The Initiate can work in the sphere where the germs of new plants come
    • circumstances whereby a new civilisation comes into being,
    • concurrently with the appearance of a new flora. The divine mission of
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    • their tributaries. At the same time there is a strange and new
    • pure intellect, apart from its content. A new world will then be
    • to transmute suffering into joy, failures into renewed efforts, death
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    • facts but on their memory of these facts. They knew, by their memory,
    • plants ether forces which he knew how to use. He did this
    • something new, something never seen before. Such, for instance, is the
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    • A consciousness which repeats the third stage but retains the acquired quality of objectivity. Images have definite colours and are realised as being quite distinct from the perceiver. The subjective sense of attraction or repulsion vanishes. In this new imaginative consciousness, the faculty of reason that has been acquired in the physical world retains its own powers.
    • In order to pass from one form to the other, a new spirit is
    • state of life to another, a new power is necessary (the action
    • to another, a new consciousness is necessary (the action of the
    • Christ Jesus brought a new state of life and was in very truth the
    • Word made Flesh. With the coming of the Christ, a new force entered
    • into the world, preparing a new Earth in a new relationship with the
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    • face of the Earth anew. He is able to do this in our age with the help
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    • new cataclysms because reciprocally the evil souls exert an exciting
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    • through death; the renewal of his being would not be brought about by
    • is the governing principle of the new order of things. Thus three
    • who will not venture to embark upon a new transaction because he does
    • help we give freely to another opens up a new era in his destiny. Our
    • a new impulse to all humanity? Such, indeed, was the act of a God Who
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    • A new epoch commenced at the time of the migrations of the peoples
    • the invigorating impulses of new races under the influence of
    • their souls and he knew that his own soul was in communion
    • looked up to the heavens, the priest knew that the soul was a drop of
    • future, its plan begins to unfold before us. A new race will come into
    • will constitute the new Jerusalem.
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    • to non-theosophists. You are probably aware that latterly New
    • everyone who immerses himself in the writings of the New
    • world) which lies even deeper, will come to a new and higher
    • found Him again on the astral plane, and he knew that He who
    • his astral eyes and he knew: This is I. Today have I
    • mother would appear to a new-born child, were the child able
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    • who had undergone them knew that real experiences are
    • that all his muscles are newly strengthened. When the muscles
    • spiritual and original aim. He gazes into a quite new, world.
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    • mean to be born anew and to see the Kingdom of God? It means
    • which he knew nothing of reincarnation and karma and in which
    • today. Because of this they are able again to accept the new
    • Jesus, the whole power of the elements was renewed in such a
    • a new, important phase of its development. This is the
    • that a new spirit of Christianity — not only the spirit
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    • Publications, New York, 1977
    • Anthroposophic Press, New York, 1961. “The
    • (12,13 April, 1909) Anthroposophic Press, New York,
    • lecture 5 (30 August, 1915), Anthroposophic News Sheet,
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    • the last word left, these fifth words would make a new sequence conveying
    • himself, he knew that he had experienced his immortal being.
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    • new world, with its new characteristics and new beings, emerges. In
    • proportion as a man acquires new senses, so are new phenomena revealed
    • characteristics of its own and he has to learn many new things. One
    • seeing everything in a new way. For instance, he has to learn to read
    • Rumour of the new day-springing.
    • new into the world and to act upon it, no matter whether the thoughts
    • only those given in the past, but quite new ones. They are not repetitions
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    • period between death and a new birth? To call death the elder brother
    • this weariness and exhaustion. It renovates the physical body and renews
    • have dissolved completely before a man returns to a new incarnation.
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    • and so on. The sum-total of these pictures produces a kind of new element
    • returns to the Earth only when he will find quite new conditions and
    • quite new things and makes them his own.
    • a new constellation, we should understand also the significance of the
    • new strength to the Sun and was felt to be worthy of particular reverence.
    • The ancients knew that with this movement of the Sun round the Zodiac
    • in Devachan between death and a new birth. Occultism has always recognised
    • sufficiently for a man to reappear there in order to gain new
    • had the possibility and opportunity to add a new page to his Book of
    • interval since his last incarnation, however, new conditions have arisen,
    • of the others. Accordingly he forms for himself a picture of a new body,
    • and enriches it with new patterns; it is precisely this which feeds the
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    • of his new body. He does this free of all hindrance, and in so doing
    • a whole range of new beings who are not present on the physical plane,
    • act which bring man down to a new incarnation? As we saw, there is an
    • to a new birth. It is exceedingly interesting for a clairvoyant to explore
    • returns to a new birth, and he will then face a difficult destiny. It
    • drawn to him and slips into his new astral body. He does indeed create
    • a new astral body, but the old one combines with it, and he has to drag
    • new “astral substance” rather as scattered iron filings
    • the forces of the earlier astral body and the new astral body. The germinal
    • to build up a new astral body out of undifferentiated astral substance,
    • of the new astral body are determined by the forces of his previous
    • the glimpse of the new circumstances and destiny now in prospect, and
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    • being enters on a new life, and his various bodies develop in different
    • arises from the chrysalis to a new life. Everywhere in nature we can
    • true comparison with the ledger would run as follows: each new transaction
    • alters the balance and each new action alters the destiny.
    • does not say that since every new transaction upsets his balance, he
    • ledger from doing new business, so in life a man is not hindered from
    • making a new entry in his Book of Life. And if the merchant got into
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    • him. Think of yourselves as you were a few years ago before you knew
    • anything about Theosophy; think of the new ideas you have acquired and
    • new has come into the world.
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    • in his environment is compensated by the beauty of his new environment.
    • Order knew that some day there will be men in whose karma there is no
    • When he returns to a new
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    • as H.P.B. knew very well, is full of riddles. There is nothing there
    • Round also brought nothing new; it was a recapitulation of life on the
    • Sun. In the third Round there was something new: man acquired an astral
    • this in the image of the fire-breathing dragon; they knew that in ancient
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    • each single human ancestor. And now a new faculty appeared: each human
    • breath. They knew very well that they drew it in with the breath and
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    • the progenitors of the new civilisations. He taught them and gave them
    • race and that of the new Root-race; it occurred in the middle of the
    • their lands on condition that new hunting-grounds were allotted to
    • acquired a new gift at the cost of an old one. In proportion as they
    • but shaped anew. The Persian wished to transform nature by work; he
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    • entry into a new but quite specific state of consciousness is marked
    • of these forces of renewal. Hence he has to strive to introduce a rhythmic
    • hitherto, so that you can meet every new experience with new faith.
    • he bars the way to new experiences. You must always be open to new
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    • fact that he knew nothing about it makes no difference to his karma.
    • of public opinion, of the newspapers! The Eastern teacher of Yoga does
    • formal customs. The ancient sages knew this, and hence they held firmly
    • and men and animals breathe it in again. So do the plants renew the
    • Thuringian newspaper printed an article about the Stone of the Wise which
    • of the Crucifixion. A new and quite definite feeling must be developed.
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    • that a new path would have to be found for those whose faith had been
    • old Indian civilisation a new civilisation began. The symbol for such
    • instance. There, too, an old world is dying and a new one being born.
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    • These three points work together at the time of a new incarnation. In
    • a new body for his own next incarnation. The continuity and cohesion
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    • [Goethe already knew this. Dr. Steiner found the
    • All new thoughts, all discoveries and so on, come from the Arupa region.
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    • the ancient mysteries. Its renewal in this age. Subnature, nature,
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    • will be an example of how ancient traditions must be renewed through
    • made possible by their working together: namely, a new pastoral medicine.
    • renewal of spiritual life. Indeed, from fundamental anthroposophical
    • views we are aware of very important tasks in that field for a new
    • the Movement for Religious Renewal. Something quite special will
    • But all the details of these new associations will have to be thought
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    • fashion today that if there's something new to be included, you must
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    • earth lives and from life between death and the new birth. Then we
    • were correct, we would have new teeth every seven years. We get new
    • other renewal. They belong in this category in the most extreme
    • the fresh new substance that was constantly being aquired that at
    • seven the physical body has been completely renewed, even to the
    • years of etheric body, astral body, and ego) fashions a new physical
    • participate very little. The etheric body forms a new physical human
    • between death and a new birth (or conception) in the spiritual world.
    • you encounter between death and new birth, only they are covered
    • not only the teeth remain but still more that had to be renewed, like
    • which our etheric body renews our physical body in the first seven
    • lasts. The knife can't renew itself. Teeth can't renew themselves
    • is in flow: there is renewal in the first place, but then it goes
    • over into the state of nonrenewal. The teeth maintain their life
    • the other parts can always renew themselves. If the teeth were
    • though there are continually fewer parts to be renewed, the person
    • must still renew them. Up to the twenty-first or twenty-second year,
    • into a person; it becomes harsh. Of this strange new relation of the
    • forces in the cosmos for our own renewal. Why do we not die, then, at
    • our renewal ourselves, out of forces we have received up to that
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    • fashion. The new belief said that every sin can be traced to illness.
    • further into the life between death and a new birth is in the
    • earth-life works over into the nerve-sense system of the new life;
    • what comes from the time between death and a new birth works over
    • into the rhythmic system; and what comes from the new earth-life
    • that earlier incarnation, in his life between death and a new birth,
    • life between death and a new birth. These facts are obvious when one
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    • to a new level. We must begin from the side of spiritual science to
    • being in a new light, for the following facts also appear:
    • living-weaving of developing karma. In the lymph process new karma is
    • the new karma arising, beginning to be formed. Between past karma and
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    • world up to the time of a new earth-life and now comes in as spirit
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    • it was out of the body, they knew how the astral body and ego would
    • sick organ, they knew what the situation would be under healthy
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    • life on earth, and death to be our life between death and a new
    • again be clearly understood. In olden times people knew them well.
    • why even Serenissimus came to the end of his knowledge when newly
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    • However, at this present time they can be renewed. Indeed that
    • renewal is to be attempted right here.
    • in the sense of a renewal of the mysteries, then the event of
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    • HIMSELF, scavenging from garbage in New York's Central Park, walks
    • says as he surveys a newly bleeding fingertip, “Two things.
    • published in 1909). His audience in 1924 either knew
    • radically new fashion:
    • Windhorse movement of Podvall, and also the new practice of
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    • will be an example of how ancient traditions must be renewed through
    • be made possible by their working together: a new pastoral medicine.
    • renewal of spiritual life. Indeed, from fundamental anthroposophical
    • views we are aware of very important tasks in that field for a new
    • the Movement for Religious Renewal. Something quite special will
    • But all the details of these new associations will have to be thought
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    • fashion today that if there's something new to be included, you must
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    • earth lives and from life between death and the new birth. Then we
    • were correct, we would have new teeth every seven years. We get new
    • other renewal. They belong in this category in the most extreme
    • the fresh new substance that was constantly being acquired that at
    • seven the physical body has been completely renewed, even to the
    • years of etheric body, astral body, and ego) fashions a new physical
    • participate very little. The etheric body forms a new physical human
    • between death and a new birth (or conception) in the spiritual world.
    • you encounter between death and new birth, only they are covered
    • not only the teeth remain but still more that had to be renewed, like
    • which our etheric body renews our physical body in the first seven
    • lasts. The knife can't renew itself. Teeth can't renew themselves
    • is in flow: there is renewal in the first place, but then it goes
    • over into the state of nonrenewal. The teeth maintain their life
    • the other parts can always renew themselves. If the teeth were
    • though there are continually fewer parts to be renewed, the person
    • must still renew them. Up to the twenty-first or twenty-second year,
    • into a person; it becomes harsh. Of this strange new relation of the
    • forces in the cosmos for our own renewal. Why do we not die, then, at
    • our renewal ourselves, out of forces we have received up to that
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    • fashion. The new belief said that every sin can be traced to illness.
    • further into the life between death and a new birth is in the
    • earth-life works over into the nerve-sense system of the new life;
    • what comes from the time between death and a new birth works over
    • into the rhythmic system; and what comes from the new earth-life
    • that earlier incarnation, in his life between death and a new birth,
    • life between death and a new birth. These facts are obvious when one
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    • to a new level. We must begin from the side of spiritual science to
    • being in a new light, for the following facts also appear. Here is
    • living-weaving of developing karma. In the lymph process new karma is
    • the new karma arising, beginning to be formed. Between past karma and
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    • world up to the time of a new earth-life and now comes in as spirit
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    • it was out of the body, they knew how the astral body and ego would
    • sick organ, they knew what the situation would be under healthy
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    • life on earth, and death to be our life between death and a new
    • again be clearly understood. In olden times people knew them well.
    • why even Serenissimus came to the end of his knowledge when newly
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    • However, at this present time they can be renewed. Indeed that
    • renewal is to be attempted right here.
    • in the sense of a renewal of the mysteries, then the event of
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    • anthroposophy, the new science of the spirit. For this reason,
    • these new ideas into their clinical practice. At the same time,
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    • Steiner renews the ancient tradition of “pastoral
    • the Windhorse movement of Podvall, and also the new practice of
  • Title: Genesis: About the Transcripts of Lectures
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    • 386–388, 2nd Edition 1980, Steinerbooks, New York.
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    • opening words of our Bible, an entirely new world should dawn upon
    • preliminary stages, had to bring something new into existence, he
    • into existence of the earth something new became possible, it became
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    • time the seer is to discover anew. That is the feeling which the
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    • life again from the soul of the Elohim in a new form, a modified
    • conditions, not in the same but in a new form.
    • Sun and Moon evolutions emerging in a new form.
    • But at the same time we have a new formation in the ascending mode, a
    • it was because at that time men no longer knew anything of what
    • Moon-substance, they separate off a new watery element from the earth
    • element, which now emerges as something completely new. Everything
    • another form. The first thing which is entirely new is the earth
    • This earth element, separated out from the water, this is the new arrival.
    • new form.
    • itself in a new form. The plant life is still in a state which is not
    • the Moon epoch, now in a new form, at a higher level, in the earth
    • “day” of creation that anything new could happen. For all
    • itself, which had emerged as a new element, could be populated with
    • animal life, and with whatever might develop as new formation. Hence
    • sixth “day” whose existence was bound up with the new
    • recapitulation at a higher stage in a new form of what had gone
    • have been fully conscious of what was emerging as new. Further, they
    • the recapitulation had taken a new form, that they had at their
    • conditions, because the whole bore the stamp of something new.
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    • but that the fourth state appears as something new.
    • used in this translation are those of the New Testament Authorised
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    • Something new is continually arising, but the old remains actual
    • alongside the new and continues to work within it. And so even today
    • restored, being renewed and built up again all the time. So that in
    • processes and processes of renewal — destructive processes
    • which take place during waking life, processes of renewal which take
    • the universe, and during sleep with the forces of renewal.
    • anew. Thus we saw yesterday how in the Spirit of the Elohim who
    • day, when out of the earth element, out of the new condition, there
    • to you in a new light. And this ancient document, which otherwise
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    • Genesis now appears to us in a new light. When we are told that what
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    • Strader. He knew them on the physical plane, and there formed certain
    • on the Moon. That was a completely new earth experience.
    • Let there be light, it meant that something new had happened, that
    • is simply that something new has come about.
    • nothing but the truth which they knew. They felt through and through
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    • of the newly created man on the sixth day as a being just like
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    • were active — if they knew themselves to be receiving their
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    • Aristotle still knew something of it. Anyone familiar with the works
  • Title: Genesis: Back Cover
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    • solidifying of the Earth. The depth of detail gives a new dimension
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    • Damascus and the new Knowledge of the Spirit
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    • inspiration, the opening of new doors, and
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    • The Event at Damascus and the new Knowledge of the Spirit
    • through the Christ Impulse an entirely new way of relating themselves
    • was finished for man. New experiences were now here for the human
    • it this power of vision was coming to an end. Something completely new
    • vision of the spiritual was now to dawn for man in a new kingdom of
    • of the senses. Paul knew from his own super-sensible experience in
    • united with earth-evolution. But he also knew that, although Christ
    • vision of the senses, Paul knew that he must be giving himself up to
    • taken place, namely, an entirely new impulse, an entirely new Being
    • must develop a new kind of vision; the vision that suffices for the
    • During the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch a new tendency has been at
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • the destruction of the old without putting anything new in its place,
    • always dangerous because the new that is trying to come to expression
    • great turning-point of history introduced something entirely new into
    • old from the new age, although the transition is not noticed because
    • being? He knew that his being was rooted in the world of the divine
    • and spiritual; he knew that the divine and spiritual is present
    • physical earth. He knew that he was born out of the divine and
    • humanity in a new form by the impulse proceeding from the Mystery of
    • was conscious of the eternal nature of his own being, because he knew
    • knew: before our birth we were beings of spirit-and-soul; therefore
    • Golgotha anew, and with this need came the last flare-up of the
    • new way to bring this element of universal humanity to its own had not
    • death and a new birth — must this bridge be utterly demolished?
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    • of it outside that region. But nowadays, news flashes around the whole
    • as long as humanity was divided into regional civilisations which knew
    • the new clairvoyance, come to know of sublime Beings who have risen
    • who governed the little territory of Palestine, knew anything of the
    • soul of the new world. And to this soul, which must reign all
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    • Mystery of Golgotha took place, a new influx of will streamed into
    • creators of the new. And even if it be the Cross itself, in all the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • of such significance, that new light needs constantly to be shed upon
    • world. He knew that his own essential being had entered into a
    • state, not yet fully awake. He knew that what he received in
    • mankind. A tradition exists, the Gospels exists, the whole New
    • Golgotha for the most part by way of the New Testament and such
    • interpretations of the New Testament current at the present time. It
    • indications in the New Testament — but scanty indications even
    • such inner activity. And in ever new variations, this teaching that a
    • science, only through the advent of a new knowledge which works in a
    • acquire a new understanding for words of an Initiate such as Paul:
    • event at Damascus, Paul knew that everything depended upon grasping
    • founding of a new religion. With the Event of a god passing through
    • quite evident that there can be no question of inaugurating a new
    • Paul knew that if the Mystery of Golgotha had not taken place, if
    • from the earth and go forward to a new cosmic existence. Christ is
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • expanding in a new way during these days at the beginning of spring,
    • successor, the Maitreya Buddha, the new great Teacher and Leader of
    • Testament and of the New Testament is understood only when it is
    • God?” Those who belonged to the Hebrew Mysteries knew that it was
    • all the ancient peoples knew how human evolution takes its course. All
    • which is constantly renewed through the breath, the blood, the
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    • proclaimer of the primeval wisdom in a new form, the Maitreya Buddha,
    • concerning which they knew that the Maitreya Buddha will one day
    • appear in order to renew the primal wisdom, but that no disciple will
    • historical tradition of the facts of Christianity; they knew through
    • within them part of the being of Jesus of Nazareth. They knew that
    • Christ lives, just as Paul knew of Christ as living reality
    • is a great mystery; but there have always been men who knew of it and
    • brink of death to a new life which leads him to the great moment when,
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    • Palestine Revelation which gave us the Gospels of the New Testament.
    • consisted of what is referred to in the New Testament as the Second
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    • Steiner had lectured also in many places about the renewed experience
    • to-day we are, to some extent, facing a new revelation, a new
    • about — the new revelation to men of the Christ.
    • sufficiently prepared through the new revelation coming in our time to
    • all this points to the growing of new human faculties enabling men to
    • coming when new faculties will awake in men.
    • world — not in a physical body, but as for the newly awakened
    • or in the next, we may realise that newly-awakened faculties give us
    • judge of a man's karma; knowledge, that is, of Christ in His new form.
    • of every race, and will found, throughout the earth, a new culture no
    • how this revelation is already in process of throwing new light on the
    • child's full consciousness, so are the Gospels related to the new
    • this new announcement which is added, as a third revelation, to those
    • in his entire being is the task given in this new announcement —
    • and a new birth?” But do we actually know nothing about the
    • repulsion. This very point can show that the new spiritual-scientific
    • hope be re-built for a new life. Spiritual Science fills men with the
    • strongest forces of hope. Were this Spiritual Science, this new
    • brought to the bones, forces of life to the nerves, by this new
    • can judge how the new revelation makes its entry into the world,
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    • new ones formed. All this is imminent, but it will be gradual.
    • intelligent without being moral, will in his new incarnation possess
    • as a consequence of universal cosmic law, to enter his new incarnation
    • enacted, needed only to be given a new form.
    • and to begin a new life, just as was done in this present
    • new age will come for human beings, when there will appear in external
    • life, in a new culture, what has already been prepared spiritually
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 1: Spiritual Life in the Physical World and Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • new forms. Even to those who do not yet see into the spiritual world,
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    • Probably no one among those who knew her most intimately, could help
    • such groups, and again and again renew, not only acquaintance with the
    • also renew our warm feelings and sensations for the actual things and
    • and he produces a new spiritual world from his inner being. It is
  • Title: Forming of Destiny: Lecture 3: The Subconscious Strata of the Soul-Life and the Life of the Spirit After Premature Death
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    • The Greek still knew much more of his etheric body. He dimly
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    • physical plane, we knew that at any time, in addition to the relation
    • might also appear; we knew that we could bring our inner experience to
    • with each new interest we acquire we go a little beyond ourselves.
    • new words for that which transpires in the spiritual world.
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    • world. That which lives in the thought must be produced anew. Both the
    • continually active in order to call forth the concepts anew. When we
    • touching speech (of merit even according to the newspapers) yet the
    • inwardly, or outwardly and audibly, he knew not, the above-mentioned
    • comes a time when he is endowed anew with a great natural power of
    • and took from a parcel a new revolver and a packet of cartridges which
    • the other sentence: ‘In the body a new beginning is prepared,
    • which then again goes through death and leads to a new
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    • them — or whether you read the newspaper, this style of thinking
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    • will have arisen within human alimentation. A new concentration
    • to now. We must become newly creative. Even were it at
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    • ever and again we must learn to know him from some new side. We
    • kindled anew.
    • physical body of man, to renew humanity, to revive it on earth,
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    • day it must again be understood in a new way. The right
    • knew that that part of them which had lived before their life
    • he had been in touch before his descent to earth; and he knew
    • Thus those who received this teaching knew that they had come
    • physical body die, but they knew that as souls they belonged to
    • taken place. They knew that the same Being, who formerly could
    • Sun, was now to be found on earth if they knew how rightly to
    • estranged from the words of the Gospels if a new path to the
    • Then came the time when men knew that through their own human
    • be experienced ever anew. People will feel that the Christ
    • mystery of the first Pentecost may be renewed — that the
    • to speak to a new human understanding, the Spirit that
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    • pp. 386-388, 2nd. Edition 1980, Steinerbooks, New York.
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    • able to bring new impulses into Earth evolution; 6. Pitris (Fathers):
    • Man's sojourn in Devachan between death and a new birth. The formation
    • immediately after death and the vision of the future preceding new
    • materialism. Preparation for a new civilisation the task of Central
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    • an entirely new direction to the thoughts of his hearers.
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    • with his new astral body. This is his previous karma, the Guardian of
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    • knew in what relationship they stood to man and his organs. For
    • new remedies are sought by means of experiment, in which one tests
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    • contain something new and elemental. A certain barbarism which is
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    • able to bring new impulses into Earth evolution; 6. Pitris (Fathers):
    • sequence. The first new impulse (Kama) was only to be found as a force
    • Atlanteans, with the original Semites. The stimulus of these new
    • the following planet they can bring forth a new cycle. This can be
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    • new, the true Wisdom, Buddhi, which until that time must be fostered
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    • when in the next incarnation he finds something new which is
    • destruction; a new impulse broke in. In occultism this is called a
    • Cancer signifies a breaking in of something new, a ‘vortex’ (a double
    • In the constellation of the Water-Man in the future, the new
    • In the New Testament the expression ‘on the mountain’ is used on
    • progression from one sign to another new conditions also arise, so
    • ultimate consequence of traditional Christianity. But now a new
    • something new breaks in. Christianity worked towards the gradual
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    • materialism, so again a new beginning must be made in regard to
    • is why in our time something new must break in. At that time the same
    • new inner impulse that will later be able to reveal itself outwardly.
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    • It then enters once more into a new Arupic condition, that of the
    • each new Round everything is to be found in the Akasha; later there
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    • again; this engenders the longing for new incarnations. How long the
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    • sojourn in Devachan is necessary in order to make possible a renewal
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    • which is necessary in order to build up a new etheric body. On the
    • The new incarnation of the human being only has a purpose if he meets
    • different that what he finds around him is entirely new, so that what
    • he adds to his previous achievement is entirely new. This happens in
    • Owing to the entirely different physical conditions on the earth a new
    • kingdom, but instead a kingdom of evil. The Manicheans knew this. They
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    • Man's sojourn in Devachan between death and a new birth. The formation
    • Jupiter. On Future Jupiter man will develop new forces which today on
    • from us, so it will be with these new forces.
    • the previous Round to the new Arupa-Globe of the following Round. The
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    • the building of a great cathedral. He knew that the forms of the
    • incarnation he knew nothing of an outer-world. Self-awareness first
    • new force which binds him to what is here. This is the third element
    • that draws him into a new earth-life. This third force is called
    • new element. Man becomes more involved. It is called Vedana: Feeling.
    • Through Vedana something quite new again arises, that is, longing for
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    • altogether the results of past deeds, but which bring something new
    • Something new arises however through Mr. Kiem's relationship to the
    • actually something new. When we observe this effect we say to
    • ourselves, something has taken place that is new. The relationship of
    • one thing to another is something new; the forming of the shadow.
    • appearance as something altogether new form very little of the content
    • have those thoughts which will produce new connections between one
    • yield something new. One sees this best in art. What the artist
    • contradict natural laws. The artist builds something new out of
    • In practical actions also man usually produces nothing new. The
    • people create out of moral intuition, in that they bring new duties,
    • new deeds into the world. What is new comes into the world through
    • even in the case of actions and events where something new makes its
    • our deeds is actually something new coming into the world. Each single
    • human being brings something new into the world, something new strikes
    • in, and new impulses also strike in coming from mankind as a whole.
    • new? It can only come from Nirvana. At that time something had to
    • the human being, is the Monad. Here something new enters into the
    • creates for new peoples. Humanity creates for a new humanity, for a
    • new planet. What a man does for himself personally has significance
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    • into a new formation of our earth. We therefore distinguish three
    • reached a higher stage. This is the pre-requisite for a quite new kind
    • we are speaking remain behind, formative forces which create new
    • the world. These are the foundation of his new existence. They have
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    • intellect. With many things he now had to make a new beginning. He had
    • lower parts of the human astral body, and the other newly acquired
    • newly acquired astral body and head formation, led to the conception
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    • arise new elemental inhabitants in astral space. Gradually however man
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    • immediately after death and the vision of the future preceding new birth.
    • moment of birth, when the human being enters into a new incarnation.
    • new etheric body. When the human being has united himself with his
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    • Nature. In Newton's writings this is stated in many places. It also
    • developed as our feeling life prepares us for a new life, works upon
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    • the outer world. These mirrored pictures become a new force within him,
    • up in it a new body. Formerly man had had the macrocosm within him, he
    • Here we have come to a point where we continually create a new kingdom
    • that was in it. Now man created for himself a new kingdom of deeds, as
    • nothing’. That which previously had no existence, the new
    • relationship, reflects itself in the Monad as something new, something
    • having a pictorial character, and a new inner kernel of being is
    • Monad, to build up in ourselves the mirror of a new world. The Monad
    • outwards, and the effects of these images reflect themselves anew. A
    • new inner life arises. With our actions we are continually changing
    • our environment. Through this, new reflected images come about; these
    • now become karma. This is a new life which springs up from within. The
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    • new spark was kindled in the human astral body. Just at that time they
    • Snake was added. This gave man new life and the power to remain with
    • new impulse, which was brought about by the turning around of the
    • until he is mature enough for a new Christianity, with the teaching of
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    • death and a new birth. This consciousness can be enhanced. Then he has
    • Lemurian Race, to take up something new. Now man works upon the
    • enough to tread a new Planet. In order that he might develop upwards,
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    • other planets: new passions, less vehement but conceived on the basis
    • of independence. The new material was brought over from Mars.
    • The new state of the Earth was given the name of Mars. Things
    • new question arose. Man had absorbed wisdom, but in the future it
    • the Lernaean Hydra, whose head always grows anew. Mere Manas will
    • create the new plant kingdom out of the Ego.
    • consists in achieving a new stage of life. The purpose of the Seventh
    • Round is to lead over into a new stage of consciousness. Thus the
    • Round as a new condition of consciousness.
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    • in which something new can arise, for instance in a way similar to
    • process within the realm of life. Out of what is there something new
    • consciousness creates the new. At the end therefore something is
    • astral things and beings. At the end a new consciousness has come
    • about with a new content of consciousness. It is something which has
    • something new we must say to ourselves: to make this possible a seed
    • had to be there. The new condition of consciousness however, at the
    • Producing new formations with new Life content out of existing
    • else having new life comes into being, this is brought forth by the
    • evolution experiences are made and in the course of becoming the new
    • there is the creation of the new.
    • negative, he has created a completely new form. This he could imbue
    • with life. It would be a completely new creation that was not
    • experiences, the observer would be able to create a new world.
    • new creation. This is above all a creative activity of the Third
    • Goethe knew this very well; Faust wished to have fire air; this was to
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    • in which Paracelsus found his remedies and achieved his cures. He knew
    • The god had lost his previous body and created for himself a new one
    • still today continually creates new conditions, new forces of Nature
    • though from a seed, new life for the future.
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    • classes who are striving towards a new ... [Gap in text ...]. They are
    • form had developed into something else and needed a new Planet. The
    • prepared a new life evolves in the body of the Mother Planet. This is
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    • something new appears. They began for the first time to eat food that
    • eating of fruit continued; other things were added as something new.
    • was the first to develop the new, which was to appear in the Fifth
    • who knew most about Christianity: St. John. He describes at the very
    • stage of development. This means that we stand before a new so-called
    • begins a new impact with the Slavonic Peoples which will lead into the
    • people who will introduce a new impulse into the world. This is
    • certain culture is in process of destruction and a new one is being
    • in the East. But the Old must activate the New. Wherever in our time
    • we have new impulses these are germinal, awkward, unskillful. On the
    • new impulse.
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    • materialism. Preparation for a new civilisation the task of Central
    • place. It was their task to carry over a new civilisation into the
    • new civilisations, but yet possessed in germinal form what in India
    • the new. It would be impossible to present this origin in a more
    • Then he comes to Egypt where his activities bring new life. And now we
    • fundamental character in a new-form, in a way in which it could now be
    • this new culture is symbolically presented in the Lohengrin Saga.
    • which leads up to a new cultural stage is symbolised by Elsa of
    • This is a modernised Atlantis, in a new form, an atavism, a
    • the ancient past, but something new, a new spiral. Into the old part
    • of the spiral there strikes the very newest, the wisdom pointing to
    • Buddhism and Hinduism; this would certainly collapse. Something new
    • seedling does the new, future plant grow.
    • new can only develop after great upheavals.
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    • first appeared in 1942/43 in the German news sheet ‘Was
    • from outside what one knew inwardly ... Notes differ
    • (Typescript) Also in the Anthroposophic News Sheet
    • News Sheet Volume 1 3, Nos. 35 – 40).
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    • Newton, Isaac (1643 – 1727), 21.
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    • Anthroposophic Press Hudson, New York
    • Bell's Pond, Star Route, Hudson, New York 12534.
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    • other crystals.* A new crystal receives nothing of the old one's
    • of rhetorical hyperbole. He doubtless knew that a seed crystal will
    • gradually in this paragraph. His point is not that a newly-forming
    • stake is no longer fashionable. When someone attempts to teach a new
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    • creative. And a feeling will dawn in us of why those who knew what
    • birth to death a man is capable of learning new languages, and what
    • which constantly arises anew, constantly lives on within the species.
    • vanquish the old death in life that is every and again renewed.
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    • knew: “Outside me, in the cosmos, I do not find merely the
    • wait at least fourteen days; for it was at the time of the new moon
    • The old initiates knew these things. They saw that at such a moment
    • the physical explanation. But in this case also the old initiate knew
    • that a spiritual reality was behind the physical fact. He knew that
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    • embodied in a new Kant-Laplace primal nebula. In other words: what I
    • universe. They also knew, for example, how to send out questions to
    • cosmic expanse, and the initiates knew that in this case the answers
    • cosmic Beings themselves. The old initiates knew that if, for example,
    • back from Mercury in certain signs which the ancient initiates knew
    • by Mercury. If he was inspired by Mercury, he knew: This or that event
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    • new birth, and it is the external aspect of the universe that reveals
    • itself during his existence between death and a new birth. If you will
    • death and a new birth you will find it amply indicated there that
    • far richer, when contemplated during the life between death and a new
    • the experiences stretching between death and a new birth. From the
    • death and a new birth, man is on yonder side of the boundary of the
    • and what is seen during the life between death and a new birth.
    • space. Between death and a new birth we behold many worlds and only
    • is experienced between death and a new birth. Between birth and death
    • possess between death and a new birth, the real nature of man's life
    • period between death and a new birth, not what could be called Saturn
    • aspects fills man's existence between death and a new birth. These
    • life between death and a new birth.
    • life between death and a new birth, become creative forces, and
    • forming of karma. Between death and a new birth man acquires the
    • for all that, in earthly existence too, they knew something of the
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    • a new birth those forces of spirit-and-soul which later deposit the
    • again through the new spiritual science. It was once within the realm
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and a New Birth (6 lectures)
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    • Spring Valley, New York
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    • that in our present age new forces, and particularly forces of
    • there is a link with what I myself experience, if I let the new age
    • For we can already perceive the beginning of a quite new humanity
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    • entirely new perspectives are opened out when we consider other
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    • who is newly arrived. Thus, this moral flaw, this consciousness of a
    • the abstraction of a concept. But it is an entirely new inner world
    • nothing of this; if he knew what his bodies really were he would not
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    • a new birth. If we would come to the essence of this matter in the
    • There you must keep preparing anew, from one kind of being to another
    • awakening new relations. The etheric body alone cannot do this. It
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    • into your newly acquired moral atmosphere.
    • how you begin to understand in a new way and to feel fresh delight and
    • the words of Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita. Quite a new light floods
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    • with a new form. Something has to be cast aside to give the being in
    • question new possibilities of life. Ahriman would like to save
    • new existence for themselves? The reason for this is that they labour
    • But during the life between death and a new birth, it never occurs to
    • bad use of it. I must now form myself anew in another earth existence
    • Then a time begins between death and a new birth, which goes on until
    • the new birth, during which man says for example, “Formerly, I
    • that in my new life I will be quite incapable of painting. By not
    • death and a new birth from all that we find sympathetic or otherwise
    • lead in super-sensible worlds between death and a new birth. In
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    • New Testament cannot be looked upon as reliable historical records, it
    • our planetary system, to Mars, there to undertake a new mission
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    • death. We re-create it as a new form of consciousness when we let it
    • between death and new birth, our soul-light now begins to grow dim.
    • creation illuminates our being and we learn to know the ‘New
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    • soul-being as his own human nature outside the body, then a new world
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    • have again received a new impulse towards the distant goal of the
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    • death. We re-create it as a new form of consciousness when we let it
    • we have passed the portal of death, to shape a new life for ourselves
    • The Egyptian knew that behind his
    • present physicists do, but he knew that there was life behind them
    • condition of human consciousness. Those who knew these things, those
    • think’, those who knew these things in ancient times said, when
    • arose within this Divine Being to awaken a new form of consciousness.
    • something of the utmost importance. When the Gods create a new form
    • new consciousness, if we could not let it flow into the Christ-Being.
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    • between death and new birth, our soul-light now begins to grow dim.
    • creation illuminates our being and we learn to know the 'New
    • is enkindled anew through our entering into the physical body and
    • That is the new thing thou hast added to the whole cosmos. Something
    • new exists, to which thou gavest birth in the spirit; that which thy
    • spiritual world around thee was indeed there, thou knewest about all
    • something which, as a new kind of soul-light, is able to give us an
    • spring a new spiritual power, a power that only exists in spiritual
    • life and by which, through our longing a new light may be kindled.
    • creating a new world-light which illuminates our being and by means
    • of which we enter anew into worldly existence. We learn to know the
    • Midnight of the World a new light shines, the light which illuminates
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    • it enkindles a new soul-light in us, so that it becomes possible for
    • thy relation to these people at such and such a time — we knew
    • manner in which they come before us, we see by what new experience on
    • for his new earthly life in a purely spiritual form.
    • attributes which enable him to enter upon a new earthly life. I have
    • their new incarnation. The Spirit must work with greater power, so
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
    • of social life a new understanding of man must be found, and must
    • picture, we shall arrive at quite a new relationship to the outer
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
    • time in the super-sensible world, between death and a new birth, when
    • “Make new your ways of thinking” (as His forerunner, John
    • the sense of the new Christ-language.
    • reveal Himself anew to men — even unto the end of earthly time.
    • Himself in a new way — the time for it is drawing near —
    • ever and again kindled anew, because we have made it part of our
    • which I have shown you with regard to the renewal of Christianity,
    • responsibility and sets us on a new path — he is the one who
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    • new epoch, who regards outwardly perceptible reality as nothing else
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    • Rudolf Steiner suggested new ways to organize society and engage with
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    • of this new epoch even within the present century. For
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    • read as the first dawning of a new world-outlook. Yet on the whole,
    • he knew what is the only possible relation of Mathematics to Natural
    • forces of some kind. It will be the dawn of a new world-conception in
    • modern Scientist as represented by Newton. The scientists of modern
    • shaking the old Newtonian conceptions about Gravitation, and bearing
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    • that is here bent and deflected, but also with this new factor
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    • is sinewy, — of bony or cartilaginous consistency. Towards the
    • from within outward but by the forming of new cells from the
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    • with the famous Newton, Science has gone to the utter-most extremes
    • in speculation. Newton, having first seen and been impressed by this
    • is the prism, said Newton; we let the white light in. The colours are
    • light into its constituents. Newton now imagined that to every colour
    • through the prism is to Newton like a kind of chemical analysis,
    • Newton's way. He would argue: There is the source of light. It
    • Newton's way would naturally argue: If I here have a piece of white
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    • abstractly confined. If therefore I repeat Newton's experiment
    • been so especially since Newton's influence came to be dominant, as
    • fall towards them, has been conceived entirely in Newton's sense,
    • and as is done in Newtonian Physics to this day.
    • Newtonian Physics to make as neat as possible an extract of this
    • what has happened. The scientists had been assuming that they knew
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    • familiar with this phenomenon, and also knew that of the coloured
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    • importance for the requirements of the new age, not only in science
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    • they thereby knew what it was; in any case they did not pretend to
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    • of waves and undulations was followed, as we say, by a new time. It
    • the wave-theory of light, or Newton's corpuscular theory, —
    • uncanny about these new phenomena, in regard to which ordinary
    • recent times the physicists have had recourse to a new device.
    • humanity — a work that has its fount in new resources of the
    • all that has developed hitherto in human evolution. Other and new
    • dear Friends, must learn anew, and that in many fields. Once human
    • beings make up their minds to learn anew in such a realm as
    • Physics, they will be better prepared to learn anew in other fields
    • where the new things which mankind needs can spring to life. In the
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    • spiritual. Transformations of organs from earlier into new forms: for
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    • then has around him a new world, the world of spiritual causes and
    • of life there come entirely new experiences-experiences giving rise to
    • to a point where he actually has new experiences, experiences by no
    • outside himself, poured out into the new world which fills the
    • a world of pictures which presents something entirely new. In the
    • experiences something entirely new.
    • external boundaries around man. Whether this new world is illusion or
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    • fresh again, we take renewed interest in the impressions of the
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    • shows us how insignificant we are and that we must develop new organs
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    • inner life and being, he experiences something quite new about his
    • and willing and to rise into the higher worlds, fresh forces,