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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • great part of mankind today is already under the control, from one
    • give you a kind of historical survey of a fairly long period of human
    • will place various things concerning mankind which are connected with
    • mankind's evolution, the more we find a different constitution of the
    • traditions of an ancient wisdom of mankind were preserved in close,
    • mankind. And now the question must arise: Why had the ancient pagan
    • that has come to mankind from this Luciferic stream, for the fruits of
    • form a right conception of the historical evolution of mankind during
    • advance. Ahrimanic powers prepare the evolution of mankind in such a
    • whole of mankind that today calls itself civilized, or will he find a
    • the forces through which mankind can arm itself against being tempted
    • significance for man of certain kinds of thought and conception which
    • Galileo, Copernicus, have brought to mankind is grand and mighty, but
    • illusions are necessary because mankind goes through varied forms of education
    • theories, we even endeavour to create a kind of astronomy for the
    • get an idea of it. To conceal from mankind that in modern
    • confusion over mankind that will gradually become greater and greater
    • essential medium for the deception of mankind. If men do not realize
    • These very people who swear by the Gospel alone and reject every kind
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • great part of mankind today is already under the control, from one
    • give you a kind of historical survey of a fairly long period of human
    • will place various things concerning mankind which are connected with
    • mankind's evolution, the more we find a different constitution of the
    • traditions of an ancient wisdom of mankind were preserved in close,
    • mankind. And now the question must arise: Why had the ancient pagan
    • that has come to mankind from this Luciferic stream, for the fruits of
    • form a right conception of the historical evolution of mankind during
    • advance. Ahrimanic powers prepare the evolution of mankind in such a
    • whole of mankind that today calls itself civilized, or will he find a
    • the forces through which mankind can arm itself against being tempted
    • significance for man of certain kinds of thought and conception which
    • Galileo, Copernicus, have brought to mankind is grand and mighty, but
    • illusions are necessary because mankind goes through varied forms of education
    • theories, we even endeavour to create a kind of astronomy for the
    • get an idea of it. To conceal from mankind that in modern
    • confusion over mankind that will gradually become greater and greater
    • essential medium for the deception of mankind. If men do not realize
    • These very people who swear by the Gospel alone and reject every kind
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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • characteristic at this moment of the cosmic evolution of mankind. It
    • In the lectures last week, I mentioned that in the course of mankind's
    • lived in the people of Greece developed within mankind more or less
    • called a universal tragedy of mankind. This can also be described in
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • persisted however, was a kind of desperate holding on to what this
    • Greece. — We too must experience something of this kind if we wish to
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    • characteristic at this moment of the cosmic evolution of mankind. It
    • In the lectures last week, I mentioned that in the course of mankind's
    • lived in the people of Greece developed within mankind more or less
    • called a universal tragedy of mankind. This can also be described in
    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • persisted however, was a kind of desperate holding on to what this
    • Greece. — We too must experience something of this kind if we wish to
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • a new religious sect of any kind. It hopes to be able to fulfill the
    • the steps we must now take in mankind's development if further
    • mankind through the knowledge of external physical laws. Spiritual
    • I don't want to beat around the bush with all kinds of general
    • quiet down, how a kind of twilight settles around us, how the activity
    • person who does exercises of this kind. And if he continues to do them
    • emphasize the fact that mankind is ready to acquire knowledge of the
    • at a time when mankind was ready for it.
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • significance for the whole life and being of mankind. Some words of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • concerns of mankind? Up until now, people regarded Christianity and
    • you a Gnostic.” This is the same kind of error that we fall into if a
    • Mankind changes as each individual goes from life to life in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
    • and enkindling our human souls. Only a person whose religious feeling
    • thinking and feeling cannot be endangered by research of any kind, but
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    • a new religious sect of any kind. It hopes to be able to fulfill the
    • the steps we must now take in mankind's development if further
    • mankind through the knowledge of external physical laws. Spiritual
    • I don't want to beat around the bush with all kinds of general
    • quiet down, how a kind of twilight settles around us, how the activity
    • person who does exercises of this kind. And if he continues to do them
    • emphasize the fact that mankind is ready to acquire knowledge of the
    • at a time when mankind was ready for it.
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • significance for the whole life and being of mankind. Some words of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • concerns of mankind? Up until now, people regarded Christianity and
    • you a Gnostic.” This is the same kind of error that we fall into if a
    • Mankind changes as each individual goes from life to life in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
    • and enkindling our human souls. Only a person whose religious feeling
    • thinking and feeling cannot be endangered by research of any kind, but
  • 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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    • when contemplating the spiritual life of mankind when, as we have
    • Bhagavad Gita; what the Yoga of Patanjali has to give mankind we find
    • and that what he first realises in ordinary life is a kind of
    • through the world. Vedantism treats of this connection of mankind with
    • souls who, belonging to a later epoch of mankind, could no longer
    • Divine Creative Word! The Vedas came to mankind in an abstract form.
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • mankind once dreamt. From a merely modern standpoint one may perhaps
    • heights! We know, to be sure, that in those old days mankind was
    • knowledge of mankind. When we survey all this we may say: In our time
    • methods, that which mankind attained to once upon a time by quite
    • towards the West, human nature was of that kind that it inclined to
    • Blood. But mankind gradually advanced in its evolution, from that
    • mankind; he relates how Krishna taught his pupil, Arjuna, about all
    • to press on to that which the great teachers of mankind of former days
    • the evolution of mankind after the time of blood-relationship took on
    • evolution of mankind, and the Sublime Song becomes to us an
    • of the external evolution of mankind. You will have to fight, thus it
    • note concerning an important event in the evolution of man kind, the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • to mankind.
    • we find in the Gita sentiments of a personal kind such as we find in
    • a Privy Councillor, or anything else of the kind. We do not
    • remember that in those olden times mankind lived with ideas and
    • today speak of mankind in general, they speak of it in the abstract,
    • has become our common destiny. When one speaks of mankind in general,
    • From time to time Beings appear for the guidance of mankind such as we
    • which yet once appears in the evolution of mankind, incorporated, as a
    • goodness and knowledge, when, although a kindly and wise man, he is
    • independent of his outward expression even as regards kindness and
    • knowledge; when kindness is a natural duty and wisdom as something
    • knowledge, and acquires the qualities of kindness and sympathy. But if
    • of mankind, and so on; the unity in all forms, that am I,
    • As the macrocosm to the microcosm, as mankind, as a whole, compared to
    • that it was given to mankind at a most significant cosmic hour, that
  • 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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    • of the “ego” into the evolution of mankind. If we trace the
    • ego through the evolution of mankind, we can say that in the
    • revelation came to mankind like sunshine falling upon an object from
    • the evolution of mankind? As regards the revelation of the spirit, it
    • transforms the Sattva into the Tamas state. By means of it mankind
    • the line a-b as the time of the evolution of mankind, up to about the
    • say, in accordance with the plan of the evolution of mankind, that
    • a deadening, as it were, of external revelation. How was mankind
    • spiritual conditions of mankind in the third epoch of humanity —
    • age from the old. In the advance of mankind, one person must first
    • he who guided mankind out of the old Sattva-time into the new
    • projects into the new age from his kindred. Such a one is something
    • the old conditions for the external evolution of mankind. He had to
    • formerly possessed by mankind. Now, how is he represented in the
    • lost to normal mankind. Thus to the world Krishna appears as the
    • power which makes this tree visible to mankind,” we are shown how
    • approaches mankind from without in such a wonderful way in the words
    • mankind, and who always endeavours to overcome that, which even in the
    • was to kill out the old knowledge of mankind, to crush the head of the
    • a manner significant for the history of mankind, does so full of
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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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    • what impulses had to flow into the evolution of mankind in order that
    • mankind. That which Krishna can give must be given to each individual.
    • of mankind from the very beginning to the very end of the earth's
    • guidance of mankind, but there is one Lord. There are differences in
    • kind. Love knoweth not envy. Love knoweth not boasting, knoweth not
    • Yoga; we are more and more reminded of the primeval ages of mankind,
    • confronted mankind when individuals were becoming differentiated, when
    • significance for the evolution of mankind. This desire we can see
    • mankind it evolves in manifold ways, concerning all this St. Paul
    • mankind at that time all that he as an Initiate knew; but if we allow
    • Mankind, the Gospel of St. Luke, the Gospel of St.
    • mankind, that could at first only be perceived in the spirit; a
    • only now possible to mankind from the basis of occult science. St.
    • manifestation of a quite peculiar kind. Only those people who never
    • of one kind. They will not distinguish such an occurrence as the
    • co-operation of the most important leaders of mankind, a synthesis of
    • account become a personal matter to the whole of mankind, because
    • Christ is not as such a human ego belonging to mankind, but to the
    • Christ-Impulse, something entered into mankind which completely
    • mankind. It should be a feeling of the greatest modesty which impels a
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • the air organism. But still another kind of Ether by which the air is
    • on waking, finds that he is feverish or is suffering from some kind of
    • can certainly speak of a kind of lower knowledge as being present in
    • kind of thinking studies the solid body without either the fluid body,
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • everything will eventually become a kind of slag-heap in the universe.
    • The root of all this is that the only kind of anatomy in existence is
    • our fluid organism, tone was kindled which now becomes part of
    • what Spiritual Science feels it a duty to bring to mankind at the
    • restored to mankind — truths which hitherto have in a certain way
    • connection with the Sun Mystery. All kinds of calumnies are then
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • understood, that you are engaging in no kind of outward activity at
    • as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater activity the
    • the head. That is how the past, dying away into semblance, is kindled
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • by mankind up to this time; what is important is that it has been
    • of Asia will inform us that it contains much of what mankind as a
    • evolution of mankind in general.
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • above all from a historical premise that the Christ died for mankind.
    • Now it will certainly seem strange and fantastic when mankind nowadays
    • it cannot avoid thinking materialistically thereafter. Mankind has not
    • world. Mankind's greatest sin will be to ignore what the dead call out
    • letters in his journal as examples of the stupidity of this kind of
    • in the evolution of mankind so that what is necessary, happens. Early
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    • by mankind up to this time; what is important is that it has been
    • of Asia will inform us that it contains much of what mankind as a
    • evolution of mankind in general.
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • above all from a historical premise that the Christ died for mankind.
    • Now it will certainly seem strange and fantastic when mankind nowadays
    • it cannot avoid thinking materialistically thereafter. Mankind has not
    • world. Mankind's greatest sin will be to ignore what the dead call out
    • letters in his journal as examples of the stupidity of this kind of
    • in the evolution of mankind so that what is necessary, happens. Early
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • physical body. But things of this kind — which extend far beyond
    • one kind of problem falls more readily into the sphere of occultism in
    • Unveiled, she was under a kind of Rosicrucian inspiration. Isis
    • Guidance of Man and of Mankind. These developments are hardly
    • view, therefore, it is a kind of aspersion — although an
    • “Rosicrucians.” It really is a kind of aspersion: at any
    • The same kind of logic which implies that if a man
    • Inner Impulses in the Evolution of Mankind,
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • good-heartedness enabled him to set up a kind of friendship with two
    • be able to do so. And so it came about that he established a kind of
    • kind, giving the feeling that there could be no more natural and
    • the earth. To the kind of consciousness underlying the first story, it
    • ourselves speak of the evolution of man and of mankind in the
    • separated out from itself a solid mass, like a kind of bony system,
    • civilisations as a kind of “imprisoned” spirituality.
    • greatness will shock and amaze. It will pour over what mankind has
    • of the kind should have transpired in Berlin.
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • incarnation and the general evolution of mankind, then the feelings
    • woman's affection from her husband. He had had a kind of love-affair
    • Spiritual would have been operating in an occurrence of the kind
    • materialistic contrasts in the social life of man, some kind of
    • historical facts; and he will refer with a kind of inner satisfaction,
    • of what has already been imparted to mankind but remains more or less
    • anything to do with this kind of thing! On that point they are
    • but of indicating, in the evolutionary process of mankind, the coming
    • that this Impulse was vouchsafed to mankind. Much of what has been said
    • in this lecture may well serve as a kind of Easter Meditation, and you
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • Helsingfors, in Finland. A visit of this kind to a far-off field of
    • the evolution of mankind our present mode of perception and thinking,
    • existence, when all that was present was a kind of undifferentiated
    • the light which illumines the path to the Spirit trodden by mankind
    • world which will break in upon them as a kind of natural experience.
    • process of mankind as a whole, to the period preceding the Atlantean
    • experiences of an entirely new kind, is something that must be
    • mankind, and that like the Buddha, He who was once incarnate in Jesus
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • evolution of mankind on the Earth; and when this progress is
    • become. In a general sense, progress of this kind is certainly to be
    • the noblest fruits of that union; on the other hand, however, mankind
    • with great significance is here opened up, of which mankind will stand
    • had to pass through a period during which mankind was split up,
    • in the Christian world at the time and a kind of jubilation at the
    • something else made its way into the evolution of mankind: in regions
    • which have been such great and mighty symbols in mankind? True, for
    • into mankind like seed — seed which will spring to life in times
    • the things that will endure in the evolution of mankind, and thus
    • and the power of the Cross in mankind: —
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • Science will certainly produce a kind of humility in regard to this
    • set without a thought and with complete unconcern. This is the kind of
    • they give vent to all kinds of impulses which are certainly of the
    • something was imbued into mankind which we may recognise as the
    • that time onwards — spread more and more widely among mankind. It
    • heard. When things of this kind are to be read, it can only be
    • way into mankind, free from every trace of denominationalism —
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • Our own epoch is a kind of recapitulation of the Egypto-Chaldean
    • has come to pass in the evolution of mankind. Olden times, of course,
    • But consciousness of the fact that mankind has descended from
    • in an auric cloud, shrouded in a kind of mist. The character of
    • science has come to mankind. Kaliyuga began 3,101 years before our
    • sleep was felt by most souls as a kind of “drowning” and by
    • of mankind have survived among them.
    • who have to recapitulate the Third epoch, must bring this kind of
    • things of the kind nowadays, but men will gradually become aware that
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • development of mankind as a whole.
    • This is a kind of permanent organ whereby the remembrances of the last
    • Good and kind-hearted actions in very truth become outer reality.
    • For if some unkind or mischievous deed, for instance, were immediately
    • kind would be able to unfold waking consciousness as it exists in man,
    • man; but let us envisage that there might exist a being of his kind.
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    • in his bonnet that a kind of wheel revolving in spiritual evolution
    • fundamental character of the Sixth epoch of culture, is no kind of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind
    • reasonable and sound grounds for such a statement. And no other kind
    • A kind of counterbalancing process operates in the world and while, on
    • Suppose someone says: “Mankind has evolved. Progress is a reality
    • times to come this kind of leadership will be superseded by objective
    • all the antecedents of Christianity were brought to a kind of climax
    • upon a kind of remoteness from the world. Ask yourselves whether there
    • Buddha-life was a kind of preparation for a higher mission; that it
    • occurred in Earth-existence as a kind of culmination and can have no
    • possible ideal for mankind ... As, however it is a fact that every
    • culture which should be the common property of all mankind without
    • be tacked on to this kind of statement. Once again I repeat: the
    • mankind in the present age. If Theosophy is to move towards this
    • of occultism. Every kind of league exists in the world today —
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • knowledge born of alert reason; as a concern, too, of mankind, through
    • mission of the earth and the tasks of mankind.
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    • culture of a unique kind, and we today can form only a feeble idea of
    • has decayed. A definite kind of connection arises through this. We
    • Particularly in those days mankind was led by high individualities who
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    • then entirely different from the air of today, for all kinds of vapors
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    • To understand what kind of conceptions really appeared in these
    • As a sort of remnant, this kind of perception emerged among the
    • one could perceive four different types. One part of mankind would
    • can compare with the bull the portion of mankind that gave the
    • and over again. What kind of picture was this? What did the pupil have
    • race; it appeared to them as the universal ideal of mankind.
    • through which unity comes into mankind. This picture is the meaning of
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    • kind of combination of man and woman in which the lower part is
    • this kind. This was likewise true in ancient India and Persia.
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    • mankind. Had the moon not then departed from the earth, the race of
    • mankind. Then there were beings in whom the etheric, astral, and ego
    • mankind occurs through the nerve filaments, through the working of
    • which mankind is developed into male and female. In the myth this is
    • imagination, as some kind of goddess to whom a cult had been dedicated
    • Thus mankind evolved through the most manifold forms, and thus what
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    • when the great catastrophe was past, a great part of mankind had
    • physical world began to mean something to him. But what kind of
    • the old Indian time. What kind of teachers did the initiates need? It
    • were to speak objectively about this kind of science.
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    • mankind would have succumbed to spiritual death. But there is a
    • We should not think that the other great leaders of mankind did not
    • received an ego. Only in the physical body could he kindle the
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    • our time there is a kind of repetition or resurrection of the
    • experiences that mankind went through during the Egypto-Chaldean
    • Here we can begin to grasp what kind of an impulse we have received
    • will be raised to light one day, wisdom that mankind formerly
    • to mankind. On Golgotha the impulse was given for this expulsion of
    • entered into mankind.
    • mankind, “There is a conquering of death. There is something
    • gifts were useful and healing to mankind.
    • the deepest mysteries of mankind. Christ descended to the dead and
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • evolution something was infused into mankind, through the
    • the Pharaoh was at a certain time a kind of initiate, and how the
    • and pursue all kinds of fantastic rubbish. A man of really modern
    • were burned in the arena and incense was kindled to quench the stink
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • varied kinds are at work there in the form of teeming concepts and
    • in witnessing some kindly deed and setting the will in action and
    • in colour. At the moment of waking or of going off to sleep a kind of
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • in modern life. In those days they made use of all kinds of growing
    • which must be carried out in human souls and can embrace all mankind.
    • discoverer gives this force into the hands of humankind, men will no
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    • varied kinds are at work there in the form of teeming concepts and
    • in witnessing some kindly deed and setting the will in action and
    • in colour. At the moment of waking or of going off to sleep a kind of
    • now described will take real effect in the evolution of mankind.
    • in modern life. In those days they made use of all kinds of growing
    • which must be carried out in human souls and can embrace all mankind.
    • discoverer gives this force into the hands of humankind, men will no
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • things are as yet little developed in present-day mankind. It is true
    • as a simple characterisation, so that human beings may see what kind
    • us, kindling certain impulses in knowledge and in will — true
    • evolution of mankind during the epoch of the Spiritual Soul, in which
    • altogether, in relation to the evolution of mankind?
    • configuration of mankind in future is the merest quackery unless it is
    • intended to take place in the future evolution of mankind under the
    • are connected with the disasters which have overtaken mankind to-day.
    • content: literal content will be of far less importance for mankind as
    • examples, for the inclinations of mankind to-day frequently go in the
    • want merely to call forth a kind of torpor, making the lectures a
    • slowly we shall feel what kind of a man we are meeting. Think how the
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • will require of mankind the first suggestions of these things —
    • strange catastrophes, is but an inner rebellion of mankind against
    • mankind to-day, rising in rebellion against this need, is flinging out
    • has to enter into the evolution of mankind. An engine making a long
    • Yet, as you see, Spiritual Science tends to no kind of pessimism. Its
    • mankind is bent on hurling itself into the abyss, and we must
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • things are as yet little developed in present-day mankind. It is true
    • as a simple characterisation, so that human beings may see what kind
    • us, kindling certain impulses in knowledge and in will — true
    • evolution of mankind during the epoch of the Spiritual Soul, in which
    • altogether, in relation to the evolution of mankind?
    • configuration of mankind in future is the merest quackery unless it is
    • intended to take place in the future evolution of mankind under the
    • are connected with the disasters which have overtaken mankind to-day.
    • content: literal content will be of far less importance for mankind as
    • examples, for the inclinations of mankind to-day frequently go in the
    • want merely to call forth a kind of torpor, making the lectures a
    • slowly we shall feel what kind of a man we are meeting. Think how the
    • take still longer for this kind of breathing to become a part of the
    • will require of mankind the first suggestions of these things —
    • strange catastrophes, is but an inner rebellion of mankind against
    • mankind to-day, rising in rebellion against this need, is flinging out
    • has to enter into the evolution of mankind. An engine making a long
    • Yet, as you see, Spiritual Science tends to no kind of pessimism. Its
    • mankind is bent on hurling itself into the abyss, and we must
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • Under the influence of materialism the natural unselfishness of mankind
    • Mankind must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of
    • Mankind has preserved some memory of how human passion and human
    • also Christians, the only kind of Christians possible before the actual
    • mankind. With wonderful skill he made them express the human types of
    • carve our different kinds of hard wood, we need muscular strength. We
    • the salvation of mankind, and the whole cosmos will be permeated
    • necessities of mankind now and in the immediate future.
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    • Under the influence of materialism the natural unselfishness of mankind
    • Mankind must become more and more selfless; therein lies the future of
    • Mankind has preserved some memory of how human passion and human
    • also Christians, the only kind of Christians possible before the actual
    • mankind. With wonderful skill he made them express the human types of
    • carve our different kinds of hard wood, we need muscular strength. We
    • the salvation of mankind, and the whole cosmos will be permeated
    • necessities of mankind now and in the immediate future.
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • image of the earth. It even has in it a kind of image of the sun
    • actually take with us in our etheric body a kind of image of the
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • — this, too, comes together within. Moreover, this has a kind of
    • influences collect together and form a kind of astral center.
    • acquire a kind of permanent ether heart.
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • image of the earth. It even has in it a kind of image of the sun
    • actually take with us in our etheric body a kind of image of the
    • physical organism, a kind of etheric heart — a substitute etheric
    • — this, too, comes together within. Moreover, this has a kind of
    • influences collect together and form a kind of astral center.
    • acquire a kind of permanent ether heart.
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    • Presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • as in others, to the kind of objections raised by many people against
    • to spend their time in hard work for the service of mankind. Yet this
    • present. It is of the essence of the historical progress of mankind that
    • never opened his door to hopeless speculations of this kind . . .”
    • individual soul life of bringing this same soul life into a kind of
    • a kind of spiritual hearing and spiritual sight to this alternation between
    • spring time, unite themselves with plant life, and enjoy a kind of repose by
    • work of those inner forces which reach a kind of termination in the
    • forces, similar in kind to those which have been described in connection
    • period of human life are only similar in kind to those coming from outside
    • it awakens to a certain extent and develops a kind of memory. For the
    • ideas of this kind to discriminate between the astral body as it exists before
    • kind of approximately adequate statement concerning the path of research
    • our bodies belong to the physical world, the world inhabited by mankind.
    • as we can receive other kinds of knowledge from the spiritual world. Yet
    • Thomas Aquinas' philosophy distinguishes between two kinds of knowledge: -
    • and evil, and finally the kinds of knowledge which form the basis for ethics,
    • go. I am not relating things of this kind in order to make fun of people
    • considering such cases the right kind of feeling and attitude is aroused in
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    • Presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • as in others, to the kind of objections raised by many people against
    • to spend their time in hard work for the service of mankind. Yet this
    • present. It is of the essence of the historical progress of mankind that
    • never opened his door to hopeless speculations of this kind . . .”
    • individual soul life of bringing this same soul life into a kind of
    • a kind of spiritual hearing and spiritual sight to this alternation between
    • spring time, unite themselves with plant life, and enjoy a kind of repose by
    • work of those inner forces which reach a kind of termination in the
    • forces, similar in kind to those which have been described in connection
    • period of human life are only similar in kind to those coming from outside
    • it awakens to a certain extent and develops a kind of memory. For the
    • ideas of this kind to discriminate between the astral body as it exists before
    • kind of approximately adequate statement concerning the path of research
    • our bodies belong to the physical world, the world inhabited by mankind.
    • as we can receive other kinds of knowledge from the spiritual world. Yet
    • Thomas Aquinas' philosophy distinguishes between two kinds of knowledge: -
    • and evil, and finally the kinds of knowledge which form the basis for ethics,
    • go. I am not relating things of this kind in order to make fun of people
    • considering such cases the right kind of feeling and attitude is aroused in
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    • utterances have lost their edge and have become kind and filled with
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
    • arises to the thoughts belonging to eternity, he kindles the flame
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    • utterances have lost their edge and have become kind and filled with
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
    • arises to the thoughts belonging to eternity, he kindles the flame
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    • introduced into the human organism. When some kind of foreign process
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    • introduced into the human organism. When some kind of foreign process
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    • this kind of thinking fruitful. The way spiritual science must proceed
    • opposition spiritual science encounters. The kind of thinking derived
    • whole course of mankind's evolution.
    • entrance of Christianity into mankind's development, can be
    • that is of great importance in mankind's development. Because it is
    • anything else. Of course, any comparison concerning mankind's
    • What he perceives is that mankind's development as a whole may be
    • The experiences of mankind in ancient cultures — in those of Egypt
    • youth or old age, so in these cultures mankind's experiences were not
    • We need only compare the experiences of mankind in our present culture
    • Mankind's life today, in contrast, is mechanical, cut off from the
    • body. History, science, philosophy and religion all show that mankind
    • education, one in an epoch lying before mankind's middle life, was
    • mankind's historical development to discover in the Greco-Roman epoch
    • There were basically two kinds of center[s] where pupils were trained to
    • the first kind, under the guidance of the centers' leaders, especially
    • this kind of training. The other kind existed in the Persian mysteries
    • In this kind of initiation the disciple's soul was drawn out of his
    • bears within him. Such a disciple of the second kind of initiation
    • kind of conviction. In regard to the Christ impulse I can only point
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    • this kind of thinking fruitful. The way spiritual science must proceed
    • opposition spiritual science encounters. The kind of thinking derived
    • whole course of mankind's evolution.
    • entrance of Christianity into mankind's development, can be
    • that is of great importance in mankind's development. Because it is
    • anything else. Of course, any comparison concerning mankind's
    • What he perceives is that mankind's development as a whole may be
    • The experiences of mankind in ancient cultures — in those of Egypt
    • youth or old age, so in these cultures mankind's experiences were not
    • We need only compare the experiences of mankind in our present culture
    • Mankind's life today, in contrast, is mechanical, cut off from the
    • body. History, science, philosophy and religion all show that mankind
    • education, one in an epoch lying before mankind's middle life, was
    • mankind's historical development to discover in the Greco-Roman epoch
    • There were basically two kinds of center[s] where pupils were trained to
    • the first kind, under the guidance of the centers' leaders, especially
    • this kind of training. The other kind existed in the Persian mysteries
    • In this kind of initiation the disciple's soul was drawn out of his
    • bears within him. Such a disciple of the second kind of initiation
    • kind of conviction. In regard to the Christ impulse I can only point
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    • if you know what kind of flowers, so too the knowledge of the higher
    • upon him is but a kind of symbolic light which they send to him of
    • It was these mighty teachers and educators who brought to mankind,
    • wisdom-teachings of mankind, whereof the Vedas, the Vendanta, are but
    • mankind migrated to the Moon, which had itself withdrawn from the
    • thereof, and also pouring ever down into mankind the forces springing
    • kind of planetary force interpenetrates the other. As upon Earth we
    • working of the several kinds of Beings — say, the inhabitants of
    • physically kindled by the forces we receive into the depths of our
    • Long, long ago, in an instinctive atavistic clairvoyance, mankind had
    • Earth. He could not, it is true, bring to mankind all at once a
    • preferable to the kind of knowledge of which Western civilization is
    • — as a kind of meditation reaching out to the true ‘I’
    • Entering ever and again into a meditative saying of this kind, we can
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    • if you know what kind of flowers, so too the knowledge of the higher
    • upon him is but a kind of symbolic light which they send to him of
    • It was these mighty teachers and educators who brought to mankind,
    • wisdom-teachings of mankind, whereof the Vedas, the Vendanta, are but
    • mankind migrated to the Moon, which had itself withdrawn from the
    • thereof, and also pouring ever down into mankind the forces springing
    • kind of planetary force interpenetrates the other. As upon Earth we
    • working of the several kinds of Beings — say, the inhabitants of
    • physically kindled by the forces we receive into the depths of our
    • Long, long ago, in an instinctive atavistic clairvoyance, mankind had
    • Earth. He could not, it is true, bring to mankind all at once a
    • preferable to the kind of knowledge of which Western civilization is
    • — as a kind of meditation reaching out to the true ‘I’
    • Entering ever and again into a meditative saying of this kind, we can
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    • strength that had once entered the evolution of mankind, and that had saved
    • complicated age needs another kind of soul impulse that will enable us to
    • we see the Child of Humanity, the Being of mankind who was left behind when
    • spiritual world, remaining, as it were, in the childhood stage of mankind
    • these qualities. In him, we can see mankind as a whole as it was in its
    • on, we see numerous invalids and all kinds of suffering. They adjoin the
    • wings. There are different kinds of souls. This is what I wish to tell you
    • Nathan Jesus boy, entered mankind with all the qualities possessed by the
    • us with the Child that entered mankind.
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    • strength that had once entered the evolution of mankind, and that had saved
    • complicated age needs another kind of soul impulse that will enable us to
    • we see the Child of Humanity, the Being of mankind who was left behind when
    • spiritual world, remaining, as it were, in the childhood stage of mankind
    • these qualities. In him, we can see mankind as a whole as it was in its
    • on, we see numerous invalids and all kinds of suffering. They adjoin the
    • wings. There are different kinds of souls. This is what I wish to tell you
    • Nathan Jesus boy, entered mankind with all the qualities possessed by the
    • us with the Child that entered mankind.
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    • by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • to prevent the terrible fate which will befall mankind during the sixth
    • “GUIDANCE OF MAN AND OF MANKIND”,
    • which will load such a fearful fate upon mankind.
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
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    • by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • now live in mankind, unless these preventive measures are taken, the
    • to prevent the terrible fate which will befall mankind during the sixth
    • “GUIDANCE OF MAN AND OF MANKIND”,
    • which will load such a fearful fate upon mankind.
    • the evolution of the world — the impulses in which mankind lives. Very
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    • movements are not so extreme and they may only give a kind of jerk
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    • movements are not so extreme and they may only give a kind of jerk
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    • kind of subject matter which is so extraordinarily extensive. In one brief
    • understanding of the human being. But even if there is a kind of
    • Fundamentally speaking, we are already confronting today a kind of
    • head, heart, wherever? What kind of processes are these? These are also
    • is sampled and then various abstractions are made about what kind of
    • doesn't matter whether one takes some kind of tissue out of the head, out
    • the two. There is a kind of vacillation, oscillation, between them, so that
    • this antimony is subjected to a certain kind of combustion process. You
    • which behave as I have just described experience a kind of continuation
    • in the human organism and how they take on all kinds of forms of forces
    • organism it takes on forms of the kind which I have just explained to you.
    • human organism, works in a supportive way upon a certain kind of inner
    • which are a kind of organic combustion process which is always present
    • the small intestine one will mix some kind of copper compounds in the
    • system — then we could make some kind of bath to which we add the
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
    • One can help physical illnesses much sooner through all kinds of
    • balance between these two kinds of forces, And it can show there, if
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    • kind of subject matter which is so extraordinarily extensive. In one brief
    • understanding of the human being. But even if there is a kind of
    • Fundamentally speaking, we are already confronting today a kind of
    • head, heart, wherever? What kind of processes are these? These are also
    • is sampled and then various abstractions are made about what kind of
    • doesn't matter whether one takes some kind of tissue out of the head, out
    • the two. There is a kind of vacillation, oscillation, between them, so that
    • this antimony is subjected to a certain kind of combustion process. You
    • which behave as I have just described experience a kind of continuation
    • in the human organism and how they take on all kinds of forms of forces
    • organism it takes on forms of the kind which I have just explained to you.
    • human organism, works in a supportive way upon a certain kind of inner
    • which are a kind of organic combustion process which is always present
    • the small intestine one will mix some kind of copper compounds in the
    • system — then we could make some kind of bath to which we add the
    • will live itself out later in life as all kinds of physical illnesses. It is
    • One can help physical illnesses much sooner through all kinds of
    • balance between these two kinds of forces, And it can show there, if
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    • through that event for the evolution of mankind.
    • into the spiritual Earth-sphere, so that mankind may become more and
    • salvation of mankind: once in the old Lemurian epoch, then in the
    • into the earthly souls and bodies for the salvation of mankind. In all
    • form-giving force, which was able to stream into mankind because of
    • time for the help and salvation or mankind; because he who, as the
    • speak. Learning to speak depends altogether on a kind of imitation,
    • representative of the external environment, thus enabling mankind to
    • had to be said to mankind. In the forming of the word-movement lies
    • This was announced to mankind in the words: —
    • civilization of mankind for centuries.
    • but in the etheric, and connected with the first kindling of the power
    • of Memory, with the first kindling of the Christ-permeated Memory —
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    • through that event for the evolution of mankind.
    • into the spiritual Earth-sphere, so that mankind may become more and
    • salvation of mankind: once in the old Lemurian epoch, then in the
    • into the earthly souls and bodies for the salvation of mankind. In all
    • form-giving force, which was able to stream into mankind because of
    • time for the help and salvation or mankind; because he who, as the
    • speak. Learning to speak depends altogether on a kind of imitation,
    • representative of the external environment, thus enabling mankind to
    • had to be said to mankind. In the forming of the word-movement lies
    • This was announced to mankind in the words: —
    • civilization of mankind for centuries.
    • but in the etheric, and connected with the first kindling of the power
    • of Memory, with the first kindling of the Christ-permeated Memory —
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    • of Mankind.
    • of Mankind.
    • overcome materialism, to prepare the kind of science that must exist
    • every kind of community. But on the other hand the human being must,
    • out of which mankind has gradually emerged and in which the animal
    • enable us to recognize him as God! Nothing of the kind exists in the
    • spiritual science for the sake of the progress of mankind. Then we may
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    • of Mankind.
    • of Mankind.
    • overcome materialism, to prepare the kind of science that must exist
    • every kind of community. But on the other hand the human being must,
    • out of which mankind has gradually emerged and in which the animal
    • enable us to recognize him as God! Nothing of the kind exists in the
    • spiritual science for the sake of the progress of mankind. Then we may
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    • same kind and being as the invisible light that dwells within the
    • The right kind of inner flexibility offers the
    • means of the right kind of food. A time will come when a vegetarian
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    • same kind and being as the invisible light that dwells within the
    • The right kind of inner flexibility offers the
    • means of the right kind of food. A time will come when a vegetarian
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • very deepest questions presented by the evolution of humankind upon earth.
    • constituted only a kind of preparation — they were a preparatory
    • step toward what took place for the sake of humankind at the Mystery of
    • superstition, for example the kind of superstition that believes that
    • kind of repetition of what the Egyptian mysteries of Isis revered when they
    • the earth, so that the earth may produce the fruit which humankind needs.
    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
    • in a Christian sense. For the Egyptians, Osiris was a kind of
    • Mystery of Golgotha could be lost to humankind, for he came down from
    • would raise humankind to the comprehension of the meaning of its existence.
    • whether feelings are living in you that can raise humankind to an
    • Golgotha and the appearance of Christ as the highest which humankind could
    • been killed by all that arose with the modern consciousness of humankind.
    • we will experience in a true sense what humankind in many of its
    • that we may fulfill the tasks which can lead humankind out of barbarism
    • greeting which is at the same time an appeal to kindle spiritual science
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    • very deepest questions presented by the evolution of humankind upon earth.
    • constituted only a kind of preparation — they were a preparatory
    • step toward what took place for the sake of humankind at the Mystery of
    • superstition, for example the kind of superstition that believes that
    • kind of repetition of what the Egyptian mysteries of Isis revered when they
    • the earth, so that the earth may produce the fruit which humankind needs.
    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
    • in a Christian sense. For the Egyptians, Osiris was a kind of
    • Mystery of Golgotha could be lost to humankind, for he came down from
    • would raise humankind to the comprehension of the meaning of its existence.
    • whether feelings are living in you that can raise humankind to an
    • Golgotha and the appearance of Christ as the highest which humankind could
    • been killed by all that arose with the modern consciousness of humankind.
    • we will experience in a true sense what humankind in many of its
    • that we may fulfill the tasks which can lead humankind out of barbarism
    • greeting which is at the same time an appeal to kindle spiritual science
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, or at some point after it. We have here a kind of
    • historical age. The kind of presentation of the past which is customary
    • step out again and move among the majority of mankind, giving guidance for
    • development. But in progressing from his kind of imaginative, natural
    • he betrays mankind.
    • yet we as mankind turn the cosmic harmony into dissonance. And thus, I may
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • succeeding phase of its life. Mankind, however, has left behind the age of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, or at some point after it. We have here a kind of
    • historical age. The kind of presentation of the past which is customary
    • step out again and move among the majority of mankind, giving guidance for
    • development. But in progressing from his kind of imaginative, natural
    • he betrays mankind.
    • yet we as mankind turn the cosmic harmony into dissonance. And thus, I may
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    • the same kinds of forces are being used on the one hand for memory and
    • Now subsensible forces also work into man. What kind of forces are
    • the subsensible passes over into the super-sensible. Here a kind of balance
    • connected with the practical matter of the evolution of mankind. They
    • machines so that they can teach the children to do all kinds of sums by
    • makes a difference if you understand the kinds of things that are being
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • a student of standardized education, the kind that follows the rules, then
    • them tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. But if you are the artist kind
    • steer their thoughts in the direction of spiritual science. Different kinds of
    • The kind of thinking we develop when we accustom ourselves to
    • working with super-sensible thoughts is the kind of thinking that has an
    • not put themselves out to accept the kind of concepts that lead to Saturn,
    • super-sensible knowledge also gives us the kind of knowledge of man that
    • other kind of civil servant, you will not educate them to recognize the
    • other people. The kind of education that makes human beings of people
    • any kind of dependency of thought life on economics or on the life of the
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    • the same kinds of forces are being used on the one hand for memory and
    • Now subsensible forces also work into man. What kind of forces are
    • the subsensible passes over into the super-sensible. Here a kind of balance
    • connected with the practical matter of the evolution of mankind. They
    • machines so that they can teach the children to do all kinds of sums by
    • makes a difference if you understand the kinds of things that are being
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • a student of standardized education, the kind that follows the rules, then
    • them tomorrow and the day after tomorrow. But if you are the artist kind
    • steer their thoughts in the direction of spiritual science. Different kinds of
    • The kind of thinking we develop when we accustom ourselves to
    • working with super-sensible thoughts is the kind of thinking that has an
    • not put themselves out to accept the kind of concepts that lead to Saturn,
    • super-sensible knowledge also gives us the kind of knowledge of man that
    • other kind of civil servant, you will not educate them to recognize the
    • other people. The kind of education that makes human beings of people
    • any kind of dependency of thought life on economics or on the life of the
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    • may be separated from them by distance. If we have any kind of
    • not be possible for mankind in the present to accomplish its task if
    • One must grasp the essential inner development of mankind in our time,
    • establish healthy conditions in the social structure of mankind.
    • leaving us no rest? How can we enkindle this interest which has
    • through splitting up and separating mankind into classes. You must
    • to participate in the healthy development of mankind in the present.
    • men healthy and keeping them healthy, and giving mankind the
    • truly social life, and to a recognition of true progress for mankind.
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    • may be separated from them by distance. If we have any kind of
    • not be possible for mankind in the present to accomplish its task if
    • One must grasp the essential inner development of mankind in our time,
    • establish healthy conditions in the social structure of mankind.
    • leaving us no rest? How can we enkindle this interest which has
    • through splitting up and separating mankind into classes. You must
    • to participate in the healthy development of mankind in the present.
    • men healthy and keeping them healthy, and giving mankind the
    • truly social life, and to a recognition of true progress for mankind.
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    • From a shorthand report, unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind
    • all those who held any kind of ruling positions in Middle Europe at
    • spiritual evolution of mankind, into art, into matters of universal
    • of mankind, he would have believed that he too could speak about the
    • flair for apt characterisation. And other kindred minds, belonging to
    • for otherwise modern mankind as a community will be incapable of
    • The kind of life and thinking emanating from the Universities started
    • essential for the whole of mankind to become clairvoyant; but what is
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • characteristics, but once again by geographical conditions, the kind
    • conditions. Hence a kind of chasm is spreading through the whole of
    • mankind to-day between the elements of heredity and race and the
    • verdant soil, in this or that kind of climate, and whether I have
    • Such conceptions will be needed if mankind is to go forward to a
    • this kind of education will be the ruin of humanity. It is necessary as a
    • flexibility, capable of penetrating matters of this kind. These
    • the study of modern mankind.
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    • From a shorthand report, unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind
    • all those who held any kind of ruling positions in Middle Europe at
    • spiritual evolution of mankind, into art, into matters of universal
    • of mankind, he would have believed that he too could speak about the
    • flair for apt characterisation. And other kindred minds, belonging to
    • for otherwise modern mankind as a community will be incapable of
    • The kind of life and thinking emanating from the Universities started
    • essential for the whole of mankind to become clairvoyant; but what is
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • characteristics, but once again by geographical conditions, the kind
    • conditions. Hence a kind of chasm is spreading through the whole of
    • mankind to-day between the elements of heredity and race and the
    • verdant soil, in this or that kind of climate, and whether I have
    • Such conceptions will be needed if mankind is to go forward to a
    • this kind of education will be the ruin of humanity. It is necessary as a
    • flexibility, capable of penetrating matters of this kind. These
    • the study of modern mankind.
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    • Thus two kinds of will can be distinguished: an inner will and an
    • Thus we distinguish two kinds of feeling, as we did in the case of the
    • state. One kind of feeling surges upwards from the will that is
    • connected with man's sleeping condition. This kind of feeling lives
    • possessed by mankind. And it was symbolized by what was known as the
    • be kindled once again to light. For like a fluorescent body, the
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    • Thus two kinds of will can be distinguished: an inner will and an
    • Thus we distinguish two kinds of feeling, as we did in the case of the
    • state. One kind of feeling surges upwards from the will that is
    • connected with man's sleeping condition. This kind of feeling lives
    • possessed by mankind. And it was symbolized by what was known as the
    • be kindled once again to light. For like a fluorescent body, the
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    • kind permission of Marie Steiner, and in agreement with the Rudolf
    • with this lecture. It is presented here with the kind permission of the
    • They beheld a kind of abyss between what man is and can experience in
    • enveloped in a kind of blindness that protects him from being overcome
    • say at once that mankind is undergoing evolution; nor is it only the outer
    • present-day mankind. What man meant in olden times when he spoke of
    • times was actually none other than the condition of soul which mankind
    • lived in the general consciousness of mankind. The earth was seen in
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • common property of all mankind? In my book
    • For the Greek this kind of inner activity did not yet exist. Just as
    • it was feared that if a man were brought unprepared to the kind of
    • mankind. We stand to-day in our ordinary knowledge beyond what the men
    • a kind of spiritual faintness, they would not allow him to attempt
    • to-day in the soul-life of mankind everywhere.
    • soul of man can kindle a light within — a light which, shining upon
    • for thought the kind of beholding we use outwardly in sense
    • that usually remain hidden, and so lifts himself up to a higher kind
    • find it to be very much the same. The life of feeling is a kind of
    • have seen, leads a kind of dream life, can become hooded with the same
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    • with this lecture. It is presented here with the kind permission of the
    • They beheld a kind of abyss between what man is and can experience in
    • enveloped in a kind of blindness that protects him from being overcome
    • say at once that mankind is undergoing evolution; nor is it only the outer
    • present-day mankind. What man meant in olden times when he spoke of
    • times was actually none other than the condition of soul which mankind
    • lived in the general consciousness of mankind. The earth was seen in
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • common property of all mankind? In my book
    • For the Greek this kind of inner activity did not yet exist. Just as
    • it was feared that if a man were brought unprepared to the kind of
    • mankind. We stand to-day in our ordinary knowledge beyond what the men
    • a kind of spiritual faintness, they would not allow him to attempt
    • to-day in the soul-life of mankind everywhere.
    • soul of man can kindle a light within — a light which, shining upon
    • for thought the kind of beholding we use outwardly in sense
    • that usually remain hidden, and so lifts himself up to a higher kind
    • find it to be very much the same. The life of feeling is a kind of
    • have seen, leads a kind of dream life, can become hooded with the same
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • in earlier ages. Nothing of the same kind is present in modern
    • conscious of an inner, glowing warmth, of a kind of inner sunlight. It
    • Enthusiasm for truth and truthfulness can kindle in man — in the
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    • Company, London. This booklet was reprinted in 1986 by kind permission
    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • in earlier ages. Nothing of the same kind is present in modern
    • conscious of an inner, glowing warmth, of a kind of inner sunlight. It
    • Enthusiasm for truth and truthfulness can kindle in man — in the
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    • hand, the poor shepherds could be approached in a kind of
    • large mass of mankind had a kind of instinctive clairvoyance,
    • Orient, they are kindled in the life between birth and death? One
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    • hand, the poor shepherds could be approached in a kind of
    • large mass of mankind had a kind of instinctive clairvoyance,
    • Orient, they are kindled in the life between birth and death? One
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    • without any kind of academic education at all. One could do this at
    • able to deduce this second body through a kind of speculation.
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
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    • without any kind of academic education at all. One could do this at
    • able to deduce this second body through a kind of speculation.
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • mankind is recorded in documents that have been preserved as
    • that, in addition to these records that have influenced mankind
    • who lived on the earth did not possess a knowledge of the kind termed
    • from the gods themselves. This wisdom was of a special kind: namely,
    • of such a kind, that people — strange as it may seem today
    • of this frame of spirit. On tracing the evolution of mankind from the
    • necessary for the evolution of mankind that the understanding, or the
    • mankind. And I might say, that the result of this necessary
    • entire evolution of mankind knows that the gods have overcome Ahriman
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • mankind's evolution lies where man learns to know that the
    • into mankind and if they had not succeeded in taking off the sharp
    • living development, but the form in which it reached a later mankind
    • point of seeing that mankind's evolution had been seized by an enemy
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • mankind is recorded in documents that have been preserved as
    • that, in addition to these records that have influenced mankind
    • who lived on the earth did not possess a knowledge of the kind termed
    • from the gods themselves. This wisdom was of a special kind: namely,
    • of such a kind, that people — strange as it may seem today
    • of this frame of spirit. On tracing the evolution of mankind from the
    • necessary for the evolution of mankind that the understanding, or the
    • mankind. And I might say, that the result of this necessary
    • entire evolution of mankind knows that the gods have overcome Ahriman
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • mankind's evolution lies where man learns to know that the
    • into mankind and if they had not succeeded in taking off the sharp
    • living development, but the form in which it reached a later mankind
    • point of seeing that mankind's evolution had been seized by an enemy
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    • This lecture series is presented here with the kind permission
    • Shakespeare also did not intend to present ideas of any kind, he did
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    • the Kingdom of Darkness and a kind of vortex arose. Death came into
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    • Teething as an example of a kind of image in the physical. The
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    • drinking wine or vinegar or eating some kind of food. Everything
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    • kind, and that we then plunge into two regions in which man's inner
    • scientific; and another kind of certitude is postulated for all that
    • the present time quite naturally thinks it the only valid kind of
    • kind of knowledge. The man who, as well as being familiar with the
    • for certain kinds of human relationships, what indeed in the
    • purpose is to spread darkness among mankind about spiritual science.
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    • will, automatically, all kinds of formations woven by the soul between
    • In fact, in the first and second teeth we have a kind of image
    • mankind can come to-day.
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    • therewith for all mankind; we know how he set before them the goal and
    • give him the Initiation he was to receive for the evolution of mankind. For
    • mankind in colours and forms of rarest loveliness. We see, thus following
    • mankind.
    • mankind, with whose wisdom Raphael, as Elijah, had been deeply inspired. He
    • Elijah, brought to mankind through the medium of his own people the truths
    • this soul to be poured out into colour and line for all mankind.
    • who came forth from Elijah-John, appearing before mankind in two different
    • century, and that shall lead mankind past the great crisis in which it is
    • shed abroad in the future among mankind.
    • Mankind. Therefore let my words to you today be these:
    • Bearing mankind aloft — the sacred Will of Worlds.
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    • Published by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • therewith for all mankind; we know how he set before them the goal and
    • give him the Initiation he was to receive for the evolution of mankind. For
    • mankind in colours and forms of rarest loveliness. We see, thus following
    • mankind.
    • mankind, with whose wisdom Raphael, as Elijah, had been deeply inspired. He
    • Elijah, brought to mankind through the medium of his own people the truths
    • this soul to be poured out into colour and line for all mankind.
    • who came forth from Elijah-John, appearing before mankind in two different
    • century, and that shall lead mankind past the great crisis in which it is
    • shed abroad in the future among mankind.
    • Mankind. Therefore let my words to you today be these:
    • Bearing mankind aloft — the sacred Will of Worlds.
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    • kind takes place in the case of the animal kingdom and the human
    • one who seeks it. Control and discipline are necessary for this kind
    • dead neither hear nor take in this kind of speech. There is no
    • really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such children
    • may be of a more general kind — such for example as may be
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    • kind takes place in the case of the animal kingdom and the human
    • one who seeks it. Control and discipline are necessary for this kind
    • dead neither hear nor take in this kind of speech. There is no
    • really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such children
    • may be of a more general kind — such for example as may be
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • these are guided by a kind of connection that takes place above the
    • of light fell from Osiris upon Isis, a kind of miraculous birth took
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    • interested in the health of mankind at the time when she was placed
    • most cases taken to the temple and there put into a kind of sleep. It
    • was not an ordinary sleep, but a kind of somnambulistic sleep which
    • before him all kinds of symbolic figures, triangles, and combinations
    • was not pure air as it is today, but was filled with all kinds of
    • as the sexes; at that period of evolution an ancient, non-sexual kind
    • caused him to bring forth his kind.
    • These forces in man were healthy, and so was that which, as his kind,
    • her kind without having received fertilization from her kind. Before
    • forth their kind virginally.
    • human being was not fertilized by his own kind?
    • all kinds of viscous, seething, substances, mingled with vapour, and
    • Then followed the Persian civilization during which mankind
  • 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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    • gather together many things that will furnish us with some kind of
    • the etheric body, and this again as if pierced by all kinds of
    • inward relations between themselves and the world, all kinds of
    • impulses, and when the ego drives these out all kinds of powers are
  • 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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    • whole of' earthly humanity. Since the mission of mankind first began
    • into an undifferentiated condition. It then passed through a kind of
    • One kind of these Beings animated one kind of' matter, and others
    • kind of dream picture would rise within him; and by the form and
    • mankind had a common consciousness, the rays of the sun now fell on
  • 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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    • Beings, on the other, between them and mankind, are others whom we
    • next you observe fluid constituents of many kinds; further, the
    • body was a kind of germinal body of warmth, composed of gaseous or
    • boiled spinach, a kind of mush, but living, bubbling. There were no
    • man on certain business was using it. They then ask: What kind of
  • 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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    • fluid; he was a kind of water being, such as certain medusae are today
    • — Luciferic beings. Two kinds of beings, therefore, worked upon
    • Luciferic beings, but through this intervention mankind was more
    • observe the type of hair in the case of Zeus and his kind, and, on the
  • 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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    • etc. To the ordinary consciousness of today it seems a kind of outrage
    • water catastrophes of a very complicated kind. The Atlantean epoch
    • kind of feeling of personality, no feeling of selfhood, had as yet
    • quite different at another — was in this way a kind of betrayer
    • in all kinds of shapes.
    • There were at this time very few of the higher kinds of animals; the
    • only divided later. Man absorbed a kind of watery, milky substance,
    • moved about in the watery element with a kind of lantern which
    • judgment had flowed into him from without. What we might call a kind
    • later, and we have already seen the various kinds of human forms that
    • the normal man have also a kind of vegetable consciousness, for he is
    • form, which in fact was a kind of illusion, was on earth.
    • preparing mankind, making him capable of receiving the Christ Impulse,
    • Spiritual Sunlight, or Christ-light, will irradiate mankind from
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • he passes through a kind of preparatory school for love before he is
    • strong liberating force everything that gathered mankind into families
    • is peopled also by its own kind of human beings. It is easy to
    • which was then like a kind of lantern — the pineal gland.
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    • kinds of perceptions have been taking place in us as well as impulses
    • participating in mankind the Gods will learn to know love, though in
    • they are able to kindle love in man so that he feels it, but they only
    • there again. It was felt as a kind of punishment when, after death,
    • kind of people were these, and what do we mean when we say they were
    • would have felt any kind of confederacy, in our sense of the word, as
  • 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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    • evolution man had established a kind of balance between his
    • him when he exercised the dim kind of clairvoyance he then possessed.
    • not have been kindled by the outer world. Man, as regards his
    • then to decide whether they would sink into a kind of abyss from which
    • only lead mankind out of the depths, but could do something else,
  • 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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    • that the initiation wisdom of ancient Egypt was a kind of remembrance
    • especially the case with the division of mankind into castes.
    • described yesterday as the Christ-Impulse. For a time mankind had to
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • Christian esotericism which was kindled in Palestine and passed thence
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    • experiments with people whenever they have any kind of illness. If we
    • Aries, such and such takes place.” This kind of statement is
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    • experiments with people whenever they have any kind of illness. If we
    • Aries, such and such takes place.” This kind of statement is
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    • about many significant things of this kind, because today prejudices
    • are truths of the kind indicated recently when I said: the Greeks
    • sort of complexion, what kind of wrinkles brave or cowardly men have,
    • life, a kind of return to the habits and peculiarities of what was
    • a kind of symbiosis occurs; when these life-processes form a unity,
    • are not separate as in the present organism, but set up a kind of
    • but something of a didactic, instructive kind, which could never
    • mankind will come about in the future. On the other hand, Spiritual
    • ignorance, will be to lead mankind — although the opposite may
    • a mystical materialism. The need for the immediate future of mankind
    • as you know, all kinds of world outlooks and philosophical systems,
    • had not developed the kind of thinking we have today. The Greeks were
    • imaginative rendering of the aesthetic situation of mankind, and
    • Aphrodite, the myth of the origin of beauty among mankind, we must
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    • about many significant things of this kind, because today prejudices
    • are truths of the kind indicated recently when I said: the Greeks
    • sort of complexion, what kind of wrinkles brave or cowardly men have,
    • life, a kind of return to the habits and peculiarities of what was
    • a kind of symbiosis occurs; when these life-processes form a unity,
    • are not separate as in the present organism, but set up a kind of
    • but something of a didactic, instructive kind, which could never
    • mankind will come about in the future. On the other hand, Spiritual
    • ignorance, will be to lead mankind — although the opposite may
    • a mystical materialism. The need for the immediate future of mankind
    • as you know, all kinds of world outlooks and philosophical systems,
    • had not developed the kind of thinking we have today. The Greeks were
    • imaginative rendering of the aesthetic situation of mankind, and
    • Aphrodite, the myth of the origin of beauty among mankind, we must
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    • turning-point in the history of mankind, particularly in relation to
    • external State, or something of that kind, in obeying such laws he is
    • For Goethe, the man of instinct, all this was not so simple. Any kind
    • Today people pour all kinds of economic and even spiritual
    • it has to be said: a turning-point in the history of mankind has come
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    • turning-point in the history of mankind, particularly in relation to
    • external State, or something of that kind, in obeying such laws he is
    • For Goethe, the man of instinct, all this was not so simple. Any kind
    • Today people pour all kinds of economic and even spiritual
    • it has to be said: a turning-point in the history of mankind has come
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    • connected with these beings. For even within this life we have a kind
    • kind where the description of nature and her processes is connected
    • part of general culture. The culture and education of mankind change
    • the very evolution of the earth and mankind requires that these more
    • an origin, it does not by any means follow that nothing of the kind
    • are infuriated when they hear that some kind of anthroposophical
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • for mankind as a whole. Mankind will evolve over into the Jupiter
    • the whole of mankind. We shall obviously never come to this
    • kind of activity. All activities and influences are subject to the law
    • long time now, indeed for hundreds of years, mankind has set no value
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    • connected with these beings. For even within this life we have a kind
    • kind where the description of nature and her processes is connected
    • part of general culture. The culture and education of mankind change
    • the very evolution of the earth and mankind requires that these more
    • an origin, it does not by any means follow that nothing of the kind
    • are infuriated when they hear that some kind of anthroposophical
    • heads, so to speak. Indeed, an entirely new kind of world-picture is
    • for mankind as a whole. Mankind will evolve over into the Jupiter
    • the whole of mankind. We shall obviously never come to this
    • kind of activity. All activities and influences are subject to the law
    • long time now, indeed for hundreds of years, mankind has set no value
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    • rekindle the light within their own being. And they tried now to
    • kindled and quickened his Ego. His was still aware of the spirituality
    • of the world of stars. This is the kind of knowledge that we must
    • independent of this constellation. It is to this kind of knowledge
    • Sun. He had become a kind of amphibium — a creature who is
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    • rekindle the light within their own being. And they tried now to
    • kindled and quickened his Ego. His was still aware of the spirituality
    • of the world of stars. This is the kind of knowledge that we must
    • independent of this constellation. It is to this kind of knowledge
    • Sun. He had become a kind of amphibium — a creature who is
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    • afterwards become the legs and feet, could equally become a kind of
    • Earth we have a kind of echo of that heavenly breathing. In that we
    • gesture. If we merely registered the spatial forms by some kind of
    • would not walk, but would assume another kind of movement; for he
    • will certainly not be kindled in you — the feeling of
    • the time has come again when mankind absolutely needs to receive the
    • his full humanity. Then there will come over mankind a powerful
    • will have good moral instruction, true moral teaching of mankind, as
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    • afterwards become the legs and feet, could equally become a kind of
    • Earth we have a kind of echo of that heavenly breathing. In that we
    • gesture. If we merely registered the spatial forms by some kind of
    • would not walk, but would assume another kind of movement; for he
    • will certainly not be kindled in you — the feeling of
    • the time has come again when mankind absolutely needs to receive the
    • his full humanity. Then there will come over mankind a powerful
    • will have good moral instruction, true moral teaching of mankind, as
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    • They change in two directions into urges of an instinctive kind: first
    • gentle pain. And this kind of experience immediately makes us tend
    • them also. Out of a mood of this kind, verve (Schwung)
    • verve, and with verve of a kind that convinces them. Scepticism is
    • for instance, upon the relationships between people. The right kind of
    • every kind of social reform but within their souls actually bring
    • this age a faithful mirror picture, or if they do not, kindle a
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    • This lecture series is presented here with the kind permission
    • They change in two directions into urges of an instinctive kind: first
    • gentle pain. And this kind of experience immediately makes us tend
    • them also. Out of a mood of this kind, verve (Schwung)
    • verve, and with verve of a kind that convinces them. Scepticism is
    • for instance, upon the relationships between people. The right kind of
    • every kind of social reform but within their souls actually bring
    • this age a faithful mirror picture, or if they do not, kindle a
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    • kinds of exercises are necessary for self-development, and such exercises
    • exercises of different kinds, by means of which societies and brotherhoods
    • permanent stamp has been made upon the general consciousness of mankind;
    • mankind to spiritualise — as far as this can be achieved — the
    • conceive what might happen in such circumstances if mankind has not, by
    • discoveries, turning the whole earth-globe into a kind of
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • democracy, but towards oligarchy of the brutal kind, in that the power of
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    • kinds of exercises are necessary for self-development, and such exercises
    • exercises of different kinds, by means of which societies and brotherhoods
    • permanent stamp has been made upon the general consciousness of mankind;
    • mankind to spiritualise — as far as this can be achieved — the
    • conceive what might happen in such circumstances if mankind has not, by
    • discoveries, turning the whole earth-globe into a kind of
    • must work his way into the future; he could be a kind of pioneer. He knew
    • democracy, but towards oligarchy of the brutal kind, in that the power of
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    • mankind over the widest possible area, what is expressed in the words
    • A further Rishi colony of this kind, together with its adherents, went
    • a kind of Nature worship, reminiscent in many respects of Egyptian
    • will be made. The Leaders of mankind, their Manus, will arise in
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
    • sublime schooling which enabled them to become the Leaders of mankind,
    • mankind. The Leader of the Sixth Root Race, in particular, will be a
    • Root Race. Such Beings have to undergo all kinds of Initiation, to be
    • those who helped mankind forward, those who ruled and guided mankind,
    • Race that mankind is left free. Then we have Initiates who have a
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    • mankind over the widest possible area, what is expressed in the words
    • A further Rishi colony of this kind, together with its adherents, went
    • a kind of Nature worship, reminiscent in many respects of Egyptian
    • will be made. The Leaders of mankind, their Manus, will arise in
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
    • sublime schooling which enabled them to become the Leaders of mankind,
    • mankind. The Leader of the Sixth Root Race, in particular, will be a
    • Root Race. Such Beings have to undergo all kinds of Initiation, to be
    • those who helped mankind forward, those who ruled and guided mankind,
    • Race that mankind is left free. Then we have Initiates who have a
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    • The four kinds of world, — physical and perceptible by the
    • the primeval Teachers of mankind, but also cosmic forces related to
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    • Materialism is the kind of thought which regards man as a product of
    • applied to the being of man himself. This kind of observation has
    • itself into a figure of eight, a kind of lemniscate. Into this form
    • the other kind of knowledge which we had on Earth — all that is
    • different kind of activity. It is difficult to express in words
    • very point where ordinary observation ends. Yet it is this kind of
    • forces. At first it is all a kind of picture of forces. At
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    • it were, with the super-sensible — a kind of description of what
    • something physically observed it is, of course, no more than a kind of
    • kind of physiognomy makes its appearance. But this physiognomy is the
    • As human beings begin to find their way into this new kind of life,
    • on Earth with the same kind of sight as after death, not see their
    • the Third Hierarchy; nevertheless we are living all the time in a kind
    • the second period the experience is of a kind that leads us to say:
    • disappearing. The head disappears, dissolving away in a kind of
    • in the future, then this work of metamorphosis is verily a kind of
    • connection is now of a different kind. The First Hierarchy has
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    • are philosophers! The kind of philosophy that consists in abstract
    • merely gives us the direction; it is, if you like, a kind of
    • Spiritual Beings who have their dwelling-place in the Moon. What kind
    • And for what kind of Spiritual Beings?
    • out in the Cosmos, of the primeval Teachers of mankind. There they
    • mankind, and at the same time, together with them, the animal forces
    • through a kind of “feeling” perception — almost a kind
    • the way described, and these primeval Teachers of mankind. From the
    • Moon sphere and the wise, primeval Teachers of mankind. Let me put it
    • Teachers of mankind. But they, with their nature, cannot see these
    • moment an intimate experience of this kind. You seem to know all about
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    • with us in memory brings a kind of discord into the Music of the
    • Picture to yourselves that man becomes a kind of image of the cosmic
    • in him; he becomes aware also of a kind of circulation in connection
    • the Teachers of mankind are engaged in the task of dimming down the
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    • to possess a kind of consciousness, you can as it were,
    • caused by silicious rock on high mountains. Ordinarily, this kind of
    • kind of natural surrender of our consciousness we become one with the
    • across the ages from a literature born in the time when mankind was
    • realisation of oneness with the Cosmos, a kind of “going in
    • kinds of earth. But if we are able to gaze into the Earth with that
    • silicious rock and kindred substances are fashioned.” And then
    • With this kind of knowledge, death in earthly life is linked on to
  • Title: Lecture: The Three Stages of Sleep
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    • mankind, but within this sphere the problems of existence are
    • speculation and into the forming of all kinds of philosophies
    • clothing, building no pictures of this kind, but remaining with
    • This kind
    • existing kinds. When human beings consider their waking
    • case with the very lightest kind of sleep. Of deeper sleep
    • again, and nothing remains in the consciousness but a kind of
    • crystal, still perceive it as some kind of crystal — it
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • while feeling is darker and really a kind of dreaming, and
    • it were a kind of sleep — so we have these three degrees
    • life. Take any kind of crystal — take an ordinary
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    • mankind, but within this sphere the problems of existence are
    • speculation and into the forming of all kinds of philosophies
    • clothing, building no pictures of this kind, but remaining with
    • This kind
    • existing kinds. When human beings consider their waking
    • case with the very lightest kind of sleep. Of deeper sleep
    • again, and nothing remains in the consciousness but a kind of
    • crystal, still perceive it as some kind of crystal — it
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • while feeling is darker and really a kind of dreaming, and
    • it were a kind of sleep — so we have these three degrees
    • life. Take any kind of crystal — take an ordinary
  • Title: The Cosmic Word and Individual Man
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • sleep — a kind of humming and singing, a changing murmur within
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • what I once described as a kind of opposite vertebral column.
    • together of what I have just described, into a kind of opposite
    • of this kind — something of the nature of a Being underlies
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
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    • were based on a quite different kind of knowledge from that of to-day,
    • sleep — a kind of humming and singing, a changing murmur within
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • what I once described as a kind of opposite vertebral column.
    • together of what I have just described, into a kind of opposite
    • of this kind — something of the nature of a Being underlies
    • mankind may really come about, and that earthly life may not fall into
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    • phase in the revelation of the Mysteries of mankind. The meditation
    • addressed, not to mankind in general, but to the human soul.
    • is a kind of metamorphosed limb. A dynamic of direction is implied
    • mankind itself has its origin in the Divine Thought and is
    • graces mankind. Through expanding Vision (in the larger sense of that
    • spiritual being, mankind will grow in spiritual stature, and earthly
    • soul of mankind stood on the brink of annihilation. But that fall
    • Indeed, this might become reality if all mankind took
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    • Of the Divine is Mankind born.
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    • lecturer. Published by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner.
    • Published by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner.
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • conception of this kind most people say: ‘This is an
    • the whole of mankind. Yet it must be said that side by side with the
    • senses as a kind of ‘Natural Law.’ Science did not feel
    • century onwards, this kind of ‘double entry’ process grew
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • this is the same age and the same kind of research that can see no
    • this ‘Mystery Initiation’), a kind of sleeping state was
    • through by the would-be Initiate in a kind of living dream in these
    • Impulse for the evolution of mankind. Only when as a result of all
    • evolution of mankind. Until that time, the innermost kernel of being,
    • mankind — when I know that an Initiation was fulfilled there as
    • however, that the evolution of mankind is a continuous process of
    • We must not take such an utterance as any kind of
    • existence. The Christ Impulse has redeemed mankind from sinking into
    • man’s being through a kind of Self-Initiation. As it is in
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    • lecturer. Published by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner.
    • Published by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner.
    • kind of renewal, an awakening of very definite forces in the life of
    • conception of this kind most people say: ‘This is an
    • the whole of mankind. Yet it must be said that side by side with the
    • senses as a kind of ‘Natural Law.’ Science did not feel
    • century onwards, this kind of ‘double entry’ process grew
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • this is the same age and the same kind of research that can see no
    • this ‘Mystery Initiation’), a kind of sleeping state was
    • through by the would-be Initiate in a kind of living dream in these
    • Impulse for the evolution of mankind. Only when as a result of all
    • evolution of mankind. Until that time, the innermost kernel of being,
    • mankind — when I know that an Initiation was fulfilled there as
    • however, that the evolution of mankind is a continuous process of
    • We must not take such an utterance as any kind of
    • existence. The Christ Impulse has redeemed mankind from sinking into
    • man’s being through a kind of Self-Initiation. As it is in
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer and published by kind
    • people say: ‘You tell us all kinds of things about Richard Wagner, but
    • word Mathesis was not used because this kind of experience was
    • — Indeed, the true Mystic realises that this higher kind of
    • into this kind of dramatic art. Again, when human feeling would fain
    • kind of consciousness he has to-day. He was shut off from outer Nature
    • to clouds. That is the kind of nonsense we are expected to believe!
    • brotherhood into the struggle for existence among human kind. The
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
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    • shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer and published by kind
    • shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer and published by kind
    • people say: ‘You tell us all kinds of things about Richard Wagner, but
    • word Mathesis was not used because this kind of experience was
    • — Indeed, the true Mystic realises that this higher kind of
    • into this kind of dramatic art. Again, when human feeling would fain
    • kind of consciousness he has to-day. He was shut off from outer Nature
    • to clouds. That is the kind of nonsense we are expected to believe!
    • brotherhood into the struggle for existence among human kind. The
    • evolution we feel how the new Gods who rule over mankind have come
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    • unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of Frau Marie
    • be the guardian of this kind of knowledge.
    • The second kind of knowledge was held to be within the scope of
    • knowledge no longer accessible to mankind in that age must be
    • Aristotle, and the kind of knowledge that made its appearance about
    • in the Idea of the Good is, after all, only a kind of family-likeness
    • century A.D.) only the first, elementary traces of this kind of
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    • be the guardian of this kind of knowledge.
    • The second kind of knowledge was held to be within the scope of
    • knowledge no longer accessible to mankind in that age must be
    • Aristotle, and the kind of knowledge that made its appearance about
    • in the Idea of the Good is, after all, only a kind of family-likeness
    • century A.D.) only the first, elementary traces of this kind of
  • Title: Lecture: The Crossing of the Threshold and the Social Organism
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    • whole course of mankind's development resembles the life-course of
    • whole of mankind, during our fifth post-atlantean epoch, Humanity has
    • just been expressed. We may say: every kind of pessimism is wrong.
    • But this does not imply that every kind of optimism is right. Right
    • Mankind now faces
    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • Feelings of this kind can give rise to the connection which we need
    • restlessness has taken hold of mankind, to that space of time which
    • sphere, events of a kind which has not hitherto existed in the
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    • whole course of mankind's development resembles the life-course of
    • whole of mankind, during our fifth post-atlantean epoch, Humanity has
    • just been expressed. We may say: every kind of pessimism is wrong.
    • But this does not imply that every kind of optimism is right. Right
    • Mankind now faces
    • should turn to these kinds of feelings, which are far more real in
    • Feelings of this kind can give rise to the connection which we need
    • restlessness has taken hold of mankind, to that space of time which
    • sphere, events of a kind which has not hitherto existed in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • kind of material as clever thoughts). Coarsely speaking, the Angeloi,
    • this kind of work is therefore handed over at the same time to the
    • different kinds of pincers taking hold of the clock’s parts,
    • to man. Truths of this kind may increase the vanity of many, who may
    • Nature and of Mankind”, the words of an ancient Roman:
    • course, some kind of education must be offered to man. Modern
    • kind of picture of Lucifer.
    • less than fifty years time, every kind of invention, every creative
    • kind of thought shall have disappeared; it shall have disappeared
    • kind of consciousness of man’s being.
    • the right kind of feeling, the right kind of idea in regard to what
    • of Dostojevski’s kind could be influenced by the real facts in
    • those who lead the usual kind of life. The human beings pass through
    • once, break in upon mankind in accordance with an ordinary, easy
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    • kind of material as clever thoughts). Coarsely speaking, the Angeloi,
    • this kind of work is therefore handed over at the same time to the
    • different kinds of pincers taking hold of the clock’s parts,
    • to man. Truths of this kind may increase the vanity of many, who may
    • Nature and of Mankind”, the words of an ancient Roman:
    • course, some kind of education must be offered to man. Modern
    • kind of picture of Lucifer.
    • less than fifty years time, every kind of invention, every creative
    • kind of thought shall have disappeared; it shall have disappeared
    • kind of consciousness of man’s being.
    • the right kind of feeling, the right kind of idea in regard to what
    • of Dostojevski’s kind could be influenced by the real facts in
    • those who lead the usual kind of life. The human beings pass through
    • once, break in upon mankind in accordance with an ordinary, easy
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • of mankind as a whole. And unless this demand is fulfilled, the aim
    • in line and harmony with the evolutionary forces operating in mankind
    • those within the walls; there is everywhere a kind of urge to break
    • underlying law. But for all that, we still confront a kind of
    • feel a kind of fear, a kind of dread of spiritual knowledge,
    • but the same kind of treatment might also be applied to architectural
    • intellects we draw up tables and coin all kinds of technical
    • substance of world-secrets in the possession of mankind hitherto. And
    • of the evolution of mankind and of the Divine World too, Theosophy
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
    • may thus be able to take its real place in the evolution of mankind.
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    • of mankind as a whole. And unless this demand is fulfilled, the aim
    • in line and harmony with the evolutionary forces operating in mankind
    • those within the walls; there is everywhere a kind of urge to break
    • underlying law. But for all that, we still confront a kind of
    • feel a kind of fear, a kind of dread of spiritual knowledge,
    • but the same kind of treatment might also be applied to architectural
    • intellects we draw up tables and coin all kinds of technical
    • substance of world-secrets in the possession of mankind hitherto. And
    • of the evolution of mankind and of the Divine World too, Theosophy
    • who suffers a kind of death in Theosophy, will feel in his own life a
    • may thus be able to take its real place in the evolution of mankind.
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    • MANKIND
    • time once more to this the greatest question of mankind, inasmuch as
    • are apt to imagine the past history of mankind far too similar to the
    • nascimur. Mankind stood in need of healing, and the seers and
    • Earth. These things mankind had now forgotten, and as the Mystery of
    • mankind felt their estrangement from the Father God, — when
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • Meanwhile the simple and primitive among mankind felt as
    • Jesus. He had come down to Earth. He was the God whom mankind had
    • live with you on the Earth, that ye may have power to kindle your
    • present evolution of mankind, and that which we must hope for the
    • knowledge have been awakened which can be kindled from depths of the
    • liberation of Pentecost, in that He promised to mankind on Earth the
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    • MANKIND
    • time once more to this the greatest question of mankind, inasmuch as
    • are apt to imagine the past history of mankind far too similar to the
    • nascimur. Mankind stood in need of healing, and the seers and
    • Earth. These things mankind had now forgotten, and as the Mystery of
    • mankind felt their estrangement from the Father God, — when
    • less able to kindle these memories to life, He who was afterwards
    • Meanwhile the simple and primitive among mankind felt as
    • Jesus. He had come down to Earth. He was the God whom mankind had
    • live with you on the Earth, that ye may have power to kindle your
    • present evolution of mankind, and that which we must hope for the
    • knowledge have been awakened which can be kindled from depths of the
    • liberation of Pentecost, in that He promised to mankind on Earth the
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    • course of the evolution of mankind on Earth.
    • himself, or whether something else had a kindly and favourable
    • little book, “The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,”
    • We have reached a significant phase in the evolution of mankind. The
    • the evolution of mankind, we can only understand history as
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • We shall in the future have an altogether different kind of
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • the same time as mankind evolves on the Earth below. And we can also
    • consider one particular stream in the whole history of mankind, into
    • when mankind had a language of the will? The Word was with God, it
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    • course of the evolution of mankind on Earth.
    • himself, or whether something else had a kindly and favourable
    • little book, “The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,”
    • We have reached a significant phase in the evolution of mankind. The
    • the evolution of mankind, we can only understand history as
    • has to-day reached a kind of culmination, first began to show itself
    • the Christ Impulse in the whole evolution of mankind, this must also
    • We shall in the future have an altogether different kind of
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
    • the same time as mankind evolves on the Earth below. And we can also
    • consider one particular stream in the whole history of mankind, into
    • when mankind had a language of the will? The Word was with God, it
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    • was a personification of the spiritual strivings of mankind. The urge
    • in the man Jesus. The kind of ideas which in those days men brought
    • purest kind was worked out, although it too has been wholly lost.
    • the learning will not be of the kind that finds favour to-day. It
    • mathematics and its kindred sciences, all of which are the legacy of
    • striving in our present age to enter into a kind of cosmic union.
    • mankind will be accomplished. But if they persist in ignoring what is
    • Northern Asia are striving to consummate a kind of cosmic union with
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    • was a personification of the spiritual strivings of mankind. The urge
    • in the man Jesus. The kind of ideas which in those days men brought
    • purest kind was worked out, although it too has been wholly lost.
    • the learning will not be of the kind that finds favour to-day. It
    • mathematics and its kindred sciences, all of which are the legacy of
    • striving in our present age to enter into a kind of cosmic union.
    • mankind will be accomplished. But if they persist in ignoring what is
    • Northern Asia are striving to consummate a kind of cosmic union with
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    • elemental world. Imaginative perception will surely return to mankind
    • encircling planets. Our own etheric body is a kind of Sun elemental
    • together with it, constitute a kind of sevenfold entity, as do the
    • etheric body. In future time there will be a kind of medicine which
    • is some kind of irregularity in what I have here compared to a
    • an environment wherein there are beings of his own kind, that is,
    • can only entice it forth into the consciousness by a kind of
    • expression in dissatisfactions of one kind or another, surging up
    • underlying reasons in the historic evolution of mankind.
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
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    • elemental world. Imaginative perception will surely return to mankind
    • encircling planets. Our own etheric body is a kind of Sun elemental
    • together with it, constitute a kind of sevenfold entity, as do the
    • etheric body. In future time there will be a kind of medicine which
    • is some kind of irregularity in what I have here compared to a
    • an environment wherein there are beings of his own kind, that is,
    • can only entice it forth into the consciousness by a kind of
    • expression in dissatisfactions of one kind or another, surging up
    • underlying reasons in the historic evolution of mankind.
    • Experience in the spiritual world is in fact quite different in kind.
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    • between head-man and heart-man. Mankind unable to find connection of
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    • less dreamt, slept through by mankind, that in any case abstract
    • Mercury, the Greek Hermes. A kind of Horus-cult, the cult of the son
    • lived in long gone-by ages. For the kind of connection for Zeus and
    • of Gods into connection with the evolution of mankind and the
    • Prometheus myth, the Greek already desired to find some kind of
    • for some centuries mankind has lost practically all consciousness
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    • in mankind, we know that we have to look back to earlier times of
    • such things for this retrospection gives us orientation. Mankind
    • ‘The Spiritual Guidance of Man and Mankind’,
    • begins with the 7th or 8th century before our era, there was a kind
    • of looking back of mankind, and this looking back to other states of
    • the course of mankind's evolution. We are there looking back to an
    • evolution, although of an entirely different kind.
    • man develops in perceiving and thinking of the kind that I have
    • necessary, for only so could mankind be led — and that is
    • connected with mankind as such, that goes beyond the individual
    • way, but in the other way too. The reproduction of mankind was in
    • micro-macrocosmic bond of mankind, as you have seen, but the whole
    • sun, so the interconnections of mankind which later became ‘States’,
    • mankind must learn to know today, and which they do not want to hear,
    • monopolized ... Yet mankind is enthusiastic about such monopolizing
    • there must be a kind of recapitulation of the time in the
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    • of the course of mankind's evolution; we have sought to follow up the
    • structure, are derived from certain ancient experiences of mankind.
    • thought of as together creating mankind. We can only think of
    • order and hence into the whole ordering of mankind, into Providence,
    • essentials standing spiritually before mankind up to the new
    • chuckling being — mankind still had self-knowledge about this
    • have a connection with any kind of actuality. People have no notion
    • and even ‘ideals’. In other words: mankind does not know
    • clings to the symbol, the owl (Eule). And mankind no longer
    • courtesy towards mankind, shall not be mentioned at the moment.
    • itself, a state of consciousness is to be roused in mankind which
    • letter-script in contradistinction to the ancient kind which the
    • in life one becomes older. As a matter of fact modern mankind only
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    • existence of mankind. And precisely through what man develops very
    • friends, in many respects to its advantage, modern mankind knows
    • post-Atlantean period, the Cancer-culture, mankind formed concepts
    • sleeping Isis! The greatest part of mankind is sleeping
    • mankind out of the calamities into which it has brought itself.
    • concrete truth is not forthcoming. Mankind moreover is much too
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    • mankind's evolution, and you have already seen that all sorts of
    • you that in that evolutionary course of mankind which can be regarded
    • reverse path is to be attributed to mankind. During the 2,160 years
    • that followed the great Atlantean catastrophe mankind can be said to
    • which there actually proceeded a kind of glacial state.
    • life-forces, the fruit of these declining life-forces as a kind of
    • with which infinitely many secrets of mankind's evolution are
    • connected. So that one can say: Mankind as a whole drew in, became
    • future of mankind will consist in their receding more and more,
    • receding further, so that I, if no spiritual impulse grips mankind,
    • affairs. Today we see the claim made by great circles of mankind to
    • in any kind of parliamentary business in the world, but the
    • This kind of growing
    • younger is at the same time a challenge to mankind to draw for
    • evolutionary history of mankind which lies in the 15th Century. This
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • that this or the other was gained for mankind through the French
    • judging these matters. Only then does one have a kind of crucial test
    • of mankind would be for each man to be aware that he takes a certain
    • political life! How one must have longed for such words to kindle a
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    • death is a kind of accident: but from a spiritual science outlook it
    • could deny that mankind as a whole is not in a position —
    • planets, the fixed stars, is at most a kind of cosmic physics —
    • theology-history-product. In this sphere, however, mankind is far
    • because for a time mankind must go through a stage of gazing into the
    • the rest of mankind has shirked any concern in world problems,
    • the human being. This is a fundamental error of present-day mankind,
    • mankind. Humanity, however, must evolve. Up to a certain degree it
    • ‘In the evolution of mankind all depends on the inner being of
    • every kind of political idolatry.’ That is a fine passage of
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    • of mankind when we begin to observe man himself, seeing in his
    • of our organism, in so far as it is physical, through a kind of
    • concerned with human life, but with every possible kind of earthly
    • heart-life. All life to be found in mankind today outside the head is
    • mankind. For do we not find that journalists — with all respect
    • the Ice Age. We know that changes took place in mankind at that time,
    • how mankind lived then.) The Atlantean evolution preceded the present
    • diverse kinds. We have found a close similarity between our age and
    • acquired physically this hard skull. And we may ask when mankind
    • mankind has spiritualized itself increasingly from epoch to
    • have today, only because of this has mankind reached the point of now
    • evolution of mankind, that man should turn his closest attention to
    • if the path to rejuvenation is not found, the evolution of mankind
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    • a certain kind of inward craving. And it is chiefly this craving that
    • takes place a kind of union between the metamorphosed, transformed
    • another kind of longing. Although it has a longing for the astral
    • us neither by heaven nor by earth, but is based on a kind of
    • thought that some kind of evolution, some nerves underlie the forming
    • into some kind of unintelligible expression. Mathematics is said to
    • future development of mankind.
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    • a certain kind of inward craving. And it is chiefly this craving that
    • takes place a kind of union between the metamorphosed, transformed
    • another kind of longing. Although it has a longing for the astral
    • us neither by heaven nor by earth, but is based on a kind of
    • thought that some kind of evolution, some nerves underlie the forming
    • into some kind of unintelligible expression. Mathematics is said to
    • future development of mankind.
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    • as a kind of echoing wave, the after-workings of the psycho-spiritual
    • entirely within a kind of physical mechanism, — for such the
    • effort to develop idealism of such a kind that our words do not
    • enough, but of a misdirected kind.
    • rests during sleep. But he is not merely resting. When the right kind
    • third or fourth life a kind of paralysis of soul and spirit would
    • kind of strength is developed vis-à-vis the obstacles, if
    • need, for with antiquated traditions mankind will be incapable of
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    • as a kind of echoing wave, the after-workings of the psycho-spiritual
    • entirely within a kind of physical mechanism, — for such the
    • effort to develop idealism of such a kind that our words do not
    • enough, but of a misdirected kind.
    • rests during sleep. But he is not merely resting. When the right kind
    • third or fourth life a kind of paralysis of soul and spirit would
    • kind of strength is developed vis-à-vis the obstacles, if
    • need, for with antiquated traditions mankind will be incapable of
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    • Goethe, but it was a turbulence of a special kind. We need only look
    • was always a kind of inner opposition to what his contemporaries were
    • But at the same time there is something else in Goethe — a kind
    • scholarship acquired in every kind of educational institution from
    • different kind of thinking, a different way of approaching the world,
    • reality, the thought of Galileo. This kind of thought tries to make
    • kind of thought that has developed since the middle of the fifteenth
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    • Goethe, but it was a turbulence of a special kind. We need only look
    • was always a kind of inner opposition to what his contemporaries were
    • But at the same time there is something else in Goethe — a kind
    • scholarship acquired in every kind of educational institution from
    • different kind of thinking, a different way of approaching the world,
    • reality, the thought of Galileo. This kind of thought tries to make
    • kind of thought that has developed since the middle of the fifteenth
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    • to take refuge in a kind of mysticism. They believe that what
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • sense to a kind of “Beyond,” and, on the other, against a
    • development. This kind of investigation into the things of the Spirit
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • we are led to it, not by any kind of nebulous mysticism but by a
    • kind could be beneficial to the West. It all takes places
    • in the ordinary consciousness seems to be a kind of pessimism. —
    • intensity, man acquires a kind of knowledge still higher than
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • factor in the advancing evolution of mankind. And every unprejudiced
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    • to take refuge in a kind of mysticism. They believe that what
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • sense to a kind of “Beyond,” and, on the other, against a
    • development. This kind of investigation into the things of the Spirit
    • kind of thinking that is usual in ordinary life and science, this
    • Self under a kind of oppression; the lightness and ease with which,
    • we are led to it, not by any kind of nebulous mysticism but by a
    • kind could be beneficial to the West. It all takes places
    • in the ordinary consciousness seems to be a kind of pessimism. —
    • intensity, man acquires a kind of knowledge still higher than
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • factor in the advancing evolution of mankind. And every unprejudiced
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    • immediate and elemental kind.
    • the intellect thus obtained were of a purely sensory kind, they were
    • a kind of world-picture, which naturally contained nothing but
    • the evolution of mankind. Of course, it would be superficial to
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
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    • immediate and elemental kind.
    • the intellect thus obtained were of a purely sensory kind, they were
    • a kind of world-picture, which naturally contained nothing but
    • the evolution of mankind. Of course, it would be superficial to
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
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    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • development of a type of humanity devoid of every kind of social
    • is the purpose of the things which we learn? They should be a kind of
    • of healing mankind.
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    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • development of a type of humanity devoid of every kind of social
    • is the purpose of the things which we learn? They should be a kind of
    • of healing mankind.
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    • The constitution of an etheric body must be of such a kind as
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • it, as it were, a kind of temple, an abode of the Godhead — if
    • kindled. If materialism were to take hold of every mind, or if
    • group. In this sculpture we shall see a kind of rock with a
    • deteriorated). Through the fact that the Representative of Mankind
    • Representative of Mankind. The shape in the cave is Ahriman; it is
    • sinful ones to hell. We see Christ sending one part of mankind to a
    • strength, so that the things needed for the welfare of mankind may
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    • The constitution of an etheric body must be of such a kind as
    • kind that its life-forces nurtured that boy's physical existence for
    • it, as it were, a kind of temple, an abode of the Godhead — if
    • kindled. If materialism were to take hold of every mind, or if
    • group. In this sculpture we shall see a kind of rock with a
    • deteriorated). Through the fact that the Representative of Mankind
    • Representative of Mankind. The shape in the cave is Ahriman; it is
    • sinful ones to hell. We see Christ sending one part of mankind to a
    • strength, so that the things needed for the welfare of mankind may
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    • A lecture given at Dornach, January 13th, 1923. Published by kind
    • A lecture given at Dornach, January 13th, 1923. Published by kind
    • January 13th, 1923. Published by kind permission from a shorthand
    • Boehme there resounds a kind of longing to know the universe in man
    • which take place within the limits of man’s skin, a kind of
    • stammering utterances. We should read into them all kinds of dark,
    • time inner experience. This kind of knowledge had faded away at the
    • wished to lead mankind on the downward path. Such Initiates did not
    • mankind. And in our day humanity is faced with the fact that the will
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    • A lecture given at Dornach, January 13th, 1923. Published by kind
    • January 13th, 1923. Published by kind permission from a shorthand
    • Boehme there resounds a kind of longing to know the universe in man
    • which take place within the limits of man’s skin, a kind of
    • stammering utterances. We should read into them all kinds of dark,
    • time inner experience. This kind of knowledge had faded away at the
    • wished to lead mankind on the downward path. Such Initiates did not
    • mankind. And in our day humanity is faced with the fact that the will
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • briefly my heartfelt thanks to your esteemed president for her kind
    • branches of civilised humanity, an egoism of a kind that was
    • ramifications undoubtedly continue to hold mankind under their spell.
    • induces mankind to solve tasks that are not only egoistic tasks, but
    • confront mankind. But the recognition of these tasks is extremely
    • should draw mankind's attention to the spirit, — the spirit
    • up. Yet we do not, as a rule, observe the other kind of sleep, in
    • (this is actually the better kind of sleep), but we are also asleep
    • kind of sleep during the time from falling asleep to waking up.
    • wisdom. Yet we rebel against any kind of influence that may be
    • scissors, we do not as a rule think that it comes from a kind of
    • pertaining to the future. For that reason, we should have a kind of
    • Jesus of Nazareth. Beings of His kind have one characteristic
    • science can help mankind, and yet advance no social ideas at a time
    • which mankind really does not know what it is seeking; it sleeps away
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • that mankind's longings may be satisfied through a spiritual
    • clearly realise that mankind would face a great misfortune, if it
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    • briefly my heartfelt thanks to your esteemed president for her kind
    • branches of civilised humanity, an egoism of a kind that was
    • ramifications undoubtedly continue to hold mankind under their spell.
    • induces mankind to solve tasks that are not only egoistic tasks, but
    • confront mankind. But the recognition of these tasks is extremely
    • should draw mankind's attention to the spirit, — the spirit
    • up. Yet we do not, as a rule, observe the other kind of sleep, in
    • (this is actually the better kind of sleep), but we are also asleep
    • kind of sleep during the time from falling asleep to waking up.
    • wisdom. Yet we rebel against any kind of influence that may be
    • scissors, we do not as a rule think that it comes from a kind of
    • pertaining to the future. For that reason, we should have a kind of
    • Jesus of Nazareth. Beings of His kind have one characteristic
    • science can help mankind, and yet advance no social ideas at a time
    • which mankind really does not know what it is seeking; it sleeps away
    • mankind seeks after a new knowledge of the spirit! Let us feel this
    • that mankind's longings may be satisfied through a spiritual
    • clearly realise that mankind would face a great misfortune, if it
  • Title: Lecture: Some Conditions for Understanding Supersensible Experiences
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    • by the lecturer, and is presented here with the kind permission of the
    • 2,500 years into a connection with the earthly world of such a kind
    • purpose, we shall enter permanently into the same kind of
    • amass all kinds of spiritual experiences, but not by the path that is
    • interests or the like. Anyone who has national interests of some kind
    • of mankind.
    • possible when thinking is based on the bodily functions. This kind of
    • is to be brought to mankind through Anthroposophy. What is the
    • things are said from the standpoint of a kind of thinking that has
    • further progress of mankind in respect of knowledge and social
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    • by the lecturer, and is presented here with the kind permission of the
    • 2,500 years into a connection with the earthly world of such a kind
    • purpose, we shall enter permanently into the same kind of
    • amass all kinds of spiritual experiences, but not by the path that is
    • interests or the like. Anyone who has national interests of some kind
    • of mankind.
    • possible when thinking is based on the bodily functions. This kind of
    • is to be brought to mankind through Anthroposophy. What is the
    • things are said from the standpoint of a kind of thinking that has
    • further progress of mankind in respect of knowledge and social
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    • The Spiritual Communion of Mankind.
    • The Spiritual Communion of Mankind.
    • The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • The Spiritual Communion of Mankind.
    • The Spiritual Communion of Mankind.
    • The Spiritual Communion of Mankind
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    • and for mankind's freedom and progress, may He be with you and
    • death has a terrifying aspect only because we look upon it as a kind
    • experience kindles that which constitutes our Ego-consciousness after
    • other side. This kindles our Ego-consciousness on the other
    • next experience is a kind of retrospective memory, that lasts for
    • memories that live in our physical body are of such a kind that
    • is of such a kind that everything that occurred during our earthly
    • that your words hurt him. When we say something unkind, we only
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words, has an
    • kind of inner clairvoyant form of contemplation. He would then appear
    • possibility of grasping mankind's most important task for the future,
    • hour death so numerously approaches mankind, many, many etheric
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    • and for mankind's freedom and progress, may He be with you and
    • death has a terrifying aspect only because we look upon it as a kind
    • experience kindles that which constitutes our Ego-consciousness after
    • other side. This kindles our Ego-consciousness on the other
    • next experience is a kind of retrospective memory, that lasts for
    • memories that live in our physical body are of such a kind that
    • is of such a kind that everything that occurred during our earthly
    • that your words hurt him. When we say something unkind, we only
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words, has an
    • kind of inner clairvoyant form of contemplation. He would then appear
    • possibility of grasping mankind's most important task for the future,
    • hour death so numerously approaches mankind, many, many etheric
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    • soul that really constitutes a kind of triad, which, in the case of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, but a kind that this nation possessed through
    • such a kind that it could still feel in a natural way the streaming
    • certain place in Europe, a nation whose soul was of the kind
    • Nature, almost through a kind of neck, if a being that has, as it
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    • soul that really constitutes a kind of triad, which, in the case of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, but a kind that this nation possessed through
    • such a kind that it could still feel in a natural way the streaming
    • certain place in Europe, a nation whose soul was of the kind
    • Nature, almost through a kind of neck, if a being that has, as it
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    • of Notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of
    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • The kind of knowledge
    • deepening into his anthroposophical striving. The kind of life and
    • exactly the kind from which an anthroposophist longs to free his
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • to the kind of life and practice that past centuries have brought us,
    • kind of learning that the world he wants to escape from has acquired
    • mankind's evolution in the act of reversing one's will and
    • uncomfortable it makes some people when things of this kind have to
    • tragedy. Soul experience of this kind played a particularly weighty
    • Now, a curious kind of
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • faces both kinds of life within the Society, and is expected to live
    • if the kind I am referring to sometimes vents itself in a sort of
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    • of Notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of
    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • amounted to flight from the life of the present into a different kind
    • The kind of knowledge
    • deepening into his anthroposophical striving. The kind of life and
    • exactly the kind from which an anthroposophist longs to free his
    • will impulses inward, he must, in other words, strive for the kind of
    • to the kind of life and practice that past centuries have brought us,
    • kind of learning that the world he wants to escape from has acquired
    • mankind's evolution in the act of reversing one's will and
    • uncomfortable it makes some people when things of this kind have to
    • tragedy. Soul experience of this kind played a particularly weighty
    • Now, a curious kind of
    • different kind of life. But when a number of anthroposophically
    • faces both kinds of life within the Society, and is expected to live
    • if the kind I am referring to sometimes vents itself in a sort of
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • sketch the physical body as a kind of rind of the etheric body, though it
    • etheric body of man naturally consists of the different kinds of ether which
    • kinds of ether, but we shall only consider today that part of the ether body
    • our light-body experiencing all kinds of movements. Picture this vividly to
    • in the spiritual world, might say in longing, in a kind of prayer:
    • has to enter into the spiritual development of mankind. It is now sought to
    • fill mankind from childhood with materialistic ideas. This materialistic
    • word regarding science of any kind, except one who has taken a vow to speak
    • mankind that is not stamped and certificated will be forbidden, so every word
    • of the New Year is a kind of sign marking the progress of time generally; and
    • which work dreadful magic in the masses of mankind today. Naturally there are
    • through the minds of mankind on the wings of the newspapers of today.
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • sketch the physical body as a kind of rind of the etheric body, though it
    • etheric body of man naturally consists of the different kinds of ether which
    • kinds of ether, but we shall only consider today that part of the ether body
    • our light-body experiencing all kinds of movements. Picture this vividly to
    • in the spiritual world, might say in longing, in a kind of prayer:
    • has to enter into the spiritual development of mankind. It is now sought to
    • fill mankind from childhood with materialistic ideas. This materialistic
    • word regarding science of any kind, except one who has taken a vow to speak
    • mankind that is not stamped and certificated will be forbidden, so every word
    • of the New Year is a kind of sign marking the progress of time generally; and
    • which work dreadful magic in the masses of mankind today. Naturally there are
    • through the minds of mankind on the wings of the newspapers of today.
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    • own kind, for this is due fundamentally to an activity of the etheric
    • kind of unconscious memory with which it notes what the leaf it
    • leaf on the pattern of the first, this kind of assertion leads to the
    • Some people even say that heredity is due to a kind of unconscious
    • we cannot put anything of the kind into a plant. Why is this? Because
    • all kinds of things through his education, and things are thereby put
    • for instance, all kinds of substances were secreted inside the eye
    • finished. Then a kind of extract of the etheric body remains. Whilst
    • general ether, a kind of essence or framework of the etheric body
    • memory. Every question of this kind that might be asked will find an
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    • presented to advanced participants in that kind of single lecture in
    • is also a kind of introduction to the lectures about to be held in
    • and today's lecture will be a kind of continuation. But it will not
    • Present-day mankind must, above all, realise more and more that man
    • connected with this complexity of his being. If there is a kind of
    • nervous system cannot do its job in a certain area all kind of
    • kind of a person is he? If you understand what life really is, then
    • kind of person is he fundamentally? You have to know what basic
    • the lowlands. These are the things that apply to the kind of
    • and every kind of food there is has a definite connection with what
    • how materialism has overtaken mankind. In earlier times people were
    • their noses. What kind of eyesight and anatomy have you got? You can
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    • this series we made a kind of classification of illness types, and
    • vision can see that there was a time in mankind's earthly evolution
    • bringing forth another being of like kind. You must realise, however,
    • Lemurian times, before the moon left the earth, mankind was in a
    • man at birth has replaced the old kind of individualisation. What was
    • forth his kind, and this was also experienced and seen as a spiritual
    • instincts of the two sexes working one upon the other. The kind of
    • that is connected with the particular kind of passions and feelings
    • astral body man seeks all kinds of pleasures and can have all sorts
    • solid walls. And what kind of influence can the astral and etheric
    • always give consideration to the kind of person the patient is. If he
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    • of this kind brings us ultimately to the point where things that
    • that we really have to speak of a kind of sinking down into a cosmic
    • freedom in the history of mankind would not have been possible. Man's
    • feelings when phenacetin was tested. This kind of testing, without
    • any kind of guide, shows that at the same time as it lost the spirit
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    • night, sleeping and waking, will be seen as a kind of unity. So when
    • like this for all kinds of phenomena in human life. And just through
    • rhythms of the kind we touched on three weeks ago and have dealt with
    • effect on man if he had done the kind of things then that he does
    • conception that will bring man back into this kind of rhythm again.
    • about it with no inner order, because man has gone astray in a kind
    • draw attention to the kind of wisdom that enables man to create his
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    • have a kind of survey of the phenomena of illness in so far as each
    • the kind of experiences that come about because he is now in an
    • satisfaction. This is felt as a kind of thirst for physical life
    • kind of experience in Kamaloca, but as one among many.
    • kind of connection. Now you will realise that the Kamaloca forces we
    • comes down from the spiritual world our soul is attracted to the kind
    • the case of illnesses that concern mankind in general rather than man
    • kind of karmic cause of illness which is just as interesting, and
    • sneer at. Yet many a person will have noticed a kind of perpetual
    • this kind of thing also happens in connection with many less
    • look beneath the surface at the kind of thing expressed in
    • elsewhere on the earth. What kind of being is Chiron the centaur? He
    • is a being of the kind that existed before man descended in Lemurian
    • ascent of mankind, for mankind's real welfare and real progress.
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    • thing should be noticed, for it is accessible to any kind of external
    • so he had right at the beginning to receive the kind of physical body
    • expression of the ego. This is the case with the kind of people who
    • kind of wallowing in sensual pleasure. The person who feels forsaken
    • tears. Just as in different circumstances a kind of satisfaction is
    • can be seen to be a kind of expression of ego nature because if you
    • them as happy beings, whose chief quality was a kind of happy
    • poets often find such beautiful words for the kind of sorrow and joy
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    • various capacities that mankind has today, developed gradually in the
    • had the kind of physical body like you can imagine if you picture man
    • vapour. Thus there was at the North Pole in Lemurian times a kind of
    • by people that actually lived in the realms of air in a kind of
    • once the teachers of mankind descended from the cold North! We have
    • population: one kind that had still remained spiritual, and whose
    • spiritual being, and another kind that had already descended into
    • lands. For in Lemurian times we find the members of mankind with the
    • a progressive development on the earth. If mankind had not to a large
    • population we find survivors of the kind of people who had not
    • Asia were given instruction of the kind to satisfy them in their
    • entirely on to the earthly scene, and therefore some kind of last
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    • speaking, any kind of logic is something added to things from
    • within the ego he is increasingly bringing experiences of a new kind
    • thrones poured forth what we call the substance of mankind, and that
    • of three kinds. First, what we call thinking in accordance with law,
    • payment. The one will develop kindness of heart, the other's feelings
    • towards truth, fairness and kindness of heart?
    • mankind's future evolution. This deed had no precedent, having its
    • of this kind in which this connection is created on a basis of
    • him, this would not steel his will nor kindle his hopes to the same
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    • Published here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
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    • This was a special lecture given “as a kind of
    • history of mankind.
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    • led mankind as a whole to strive for such development, and he need
    • is contained in the great masterpieces and revelations of mankind
    • the life after death in a kind of formula, although as our language
    • laid down by those who are the spiritual leaders of mankind; we shall
    • mankind.
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    • is kindled by the counter-pressure of our body. Our ‘I’
    • for some kind of leadership in the world were obliged to acquire,
    • of blessing for all mankind. Every human being is free to allow that
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    • kind of case that may frequently be observed in our own ranks.
    • world and in himself, establishes some kind of association between
    • that this invalidates karma. It does nothing of the kind. If such a
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    • of which turns downwards as the result of a kind of gravity and
    • spectacle is a kind of pictorial expression of the fact that the
    • kindled by the lower Ego-aura and lower astral aura. The vitalising
    • standpoint. With his kind of clairvoyance he pays more attention to
    • Astronomy of the kind that is available for men of the present age.
    • should be kindled to life through Anthroposophy; and the methods used
    • the new birth, consciousness can still be kindled in a human being in
    • sphere it is impossible for consciousness to be kindled if during his
    • Here, in earthly life, Anthroposophy seems to be a kind of
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    • This was a special lecture given "as a kind of Christmas gift"
    • their missions and achievements in the spiritual history of mankind.
    • Published here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • significance of the Mystery of Golgotha in the history of mankind on
    • development and stature of mankind.
    • could not become the common possession of all mankind. It was
    • such a separation taking place in the further evolution of mankind on
    • called a kind of ‘Mystery of Golgotha’ for Mars took
    • of mankind. Those who genuinely understand this evolution know that
    • the evolution of mankind as a whole the other impulses that had been
    • seasonal lecture I wanted to lay under the Christmas tree, as a kind
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    • ether and only a kind of extract of it remains with him. The astral
    • body accompanies him for a considerable time but again a kind of
    • enable him to participate in the evolving culture of mankind; he has
    • proper to mankind. There is, in fact, a natural correspondence
    • clairvoyance; convulsive movements of every kind were characteristic
    • keeping his physical hands still while engaging in all kinds of
    • in a kind of prison, it could then expand outwards on all sides. All
    • we have often mentioned, but a kind of efflux of thoughts. A
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    • confrontation takes place between two kinds of formative principles,
    • working from without are not of the same kind. They come from Spirits
    • human being, namely, the kindling of the consciousness of ‘I’
    • the physical evolution of mankind from Adam onwards? Naturally, the
    • the old kind of leadership and therefore cannot make any direct
    • it — a kind of guidance of men. Some among this host of
    • in the hands of individuals of this kind, who in their youth showed
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    • itself into vibrations and wave-lengths. This kind of observation
    • any knowledge of a spiritual kind. In their life between death and
    • the life of mankind in the future but not in the sense that is
    • applicable to some other kind of knowledge. Spiritual Science imparts
    • kindle in us enthusiasm for Spiritual Science.
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    • kind of thinking.
    • accounts of the present kind, parts only can be described.) Among the
    • kind of anthroposophical life that is possible only while he is
    • kinds of signs, especially at night, creating disturbance in the
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    • as a kind of spiritual region of the Soul-World. Read the description of
    • what is said about the kind of experiences undergone there that what
    • with a religious life befitting all mankind. Thus it is even the
    • in general. The archetypes of physical life on Earth appear as a kind
    • The external progress of mankind originates in the new
    • Earth, everything that had existed on Old Moon passed into a kind of
    • the promotion of culture on the Earth is to be regarded as a kind of
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    • human form, and in the Mystery of Golgotha. Mankind's response to
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    • history of mankind if we are to understand rightly our own spiritual
    • If we try — at first without any kind of religious or
    • When we consider what mankind had accomplished in this
    • and others were able to give to the general education of mankind,
    • through it one has not relied on any kind of tradition, but has quite
    • cosmos and arrive at the most abstract conception of some kind of
    • that many souls of this kind lived in that period.
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    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind;
    • out of chaotic psychic depths the Sibyls utter all kinds of
    • kinds of Sibyls, and we see Sibyllism spreading on through Italy,
    • mankind. Only someone dominated by present day rationalistic ideas
    • to impose with imperious gesture her message on all mankind. Then we
    • expressed? Here is human passion kindling out of the unconscious
    • prophecy into mankind.
    • Much was entrusted to images of this kind in the days
    • their teachers would have been of the Sibylline kind, and the force
    • for mankind by the Christ. But who were they who achieved at least
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    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind;
    • for the kind of observation I have often spoken about —
    • bodies equipped with senses of the right kind. They would have been
    • differently would the cosmic forces have flowed into mankind if this
    • Dragon was ennobled and brought out of chaos into a kind of harmony.
    • Apollo, for whom a kind of confederation was founded later on.
    • understand this kind of growing together, belonging together, of the
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    • are manifest in the evolution of mankind. It will first be necessary
    • threefold Christ-event in the souls of post-Atlantean mankind. From
    • of a lower kind, servants of the high Time Beings; they regulate the
    • Yesterday I described it as the epoch in which knowledge was kindled
    • out of its own inner will — this kind of commandment is met
    • branches, no more will he spare you. Observe the kindness and the
    • kindness to you, if only you remain within its scope; otherwise you
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    • the truth which can of itself impart a kind of conviction of its
    • In occult researches of this kind one is often held
    • work of art (this was a leading of the kind I mean), there came to
    • I could tell you of many indications of this kind that
    • Grail, which is a kind of dish. But such glory streams forth from it
    • Als er in kindlich schlichtem Sinn
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    • the Grail has also been brought nearer to mankind again through
    • the sea are its drink. The earth has a formative power, a kind of
    • its respirations. The soul of the earth seems to be a kind of flame;
    • kinds, leading often to the most terrible actions and events. They
    • harmonious pre-dispositions of an endlessly varied kind. The whole
    • no way of approach to the Grail through words of any kind, or through
    • endlessly varied kind. The whole earth is ensouled, and thus the
    • drink. The earth has a formative power, a kind of imagination; it has
    • The soul of the earth seems to be a kind of flame; hence the
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    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • now have philosophy coinciding with the general evolution of mankind,
    • the philosophical development of mankind that we have an example of
    • mankind to puberty; as Being it is like man when he has reached the
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    • differently from how it lives in present-day mankind; this present
    • now have philosophy coinciding with the general evolution of mankind,
    • the philosophical development of mankind that we have an example of
    • mankind to puberty; as Being it is like man when he has reached the
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    • originated in some kind of rotating, primeval nebula, from which the
    • bodies, and have worked out a certain kind of physics and chemistry
    • Saturn as a kind of antithesis to the Moon.
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • he holds its secrets of this kind within himself.
    • of mankind. A man who has tried hard to apply clear thinking to some
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    • originated in some kind of rotating, primeval nebula, from which the
    • bodies, and have worked out a certain kind of physics and chemistry
    • Saturn as a kind of antithesis to the Moon.
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • he holds its secrets of this kind within himself.
    • of mankind. A man who has tried hard to apply clear thinking to some
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    • greater reversal of this kind. Those who believe themselves convinced
    • anything else were to supersede these it would upset all kinds of
    • religious conceptions and things of that kind.
    • kind can be acquired concerning the realm with which anthroposophy
    • it wishes to arise in the way some new kind of religious faith is
    • they stood before boundaries of this kind, thought that one cannot go
    • contradiction of this kind. Yet from all directions today, from the
    • he comes to the kind of place I have just described. In the case of
    • turns to the conceptual forms of the kind given by the Professor, an
    • direct experience that calculations of this kind do not correspond
    • with its transformations will no longer be there; yet this same kind
    • underneath in the earth all kinds of forces are surging up and down,
    • kind of observation I have previously described. Then it becomes
    • perceived at first by an awakened knowledge of this kind the body
    • many objections can be made to a conception of this kind by those who
    • to distinguish two different kinds of death.
    • Consciousness we develop after death is of a different kind. The
    • produces some kind of change of direction at a definite period in
    • at the conclusion of his superb and beautiful book that the kind of
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    • world, of the kind that were mentioned yesterday. Indeed, more and
    • more intensive, but it is of a different kind. Even regarding the
    • are not there. Those to whom he has some kind of karmic connection
    • could say that it is possible to establish all kinds of unions, but
    • life with physical being. Love is already enkindled through the
    • of this kind, who is much more clever, very much more clever than we
    • shipping exchange with America with the kind of ships there
    • connected with sympathy or antipathy, or with any kind of
    • you today a picture of many kinds of impulses that are active in the
    • forth, through the kind of impulse I have touched upon, a feeling for
    • all kinds of fantastic stuff, with all kinds of foolishness in their
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    • kind: If spiritual science gives this or that explanation concerning
    • kinds of negative attitudes toward spiritual science. Although, on
    • civilization, and what kind of opposition we must encounter. The
    • other relationships which thus arise are of such a kind that through
    • with the human organism have an influence upon it. This kind of
    • upon our thoughts. If these thoughts are of the kind resulting from a
    • karma of mankind as a whole, and this karma consists of the
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    • kind: If spiritual science gives this or that explanation concerning
    • kinds of negative attitudes toward spiritual science. Although, on
    • civilization, and what kind of opposition we must encounter. The
    • other relationships which thus arise are of such a kind that through
    • with the human organism have an influence upon it. This kind of
    • upon our thoughts. If these thoughts are of the kind resulting from a
    • karma of mankind as a whole, and this karma consists of the
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    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • cosmic counterpart is like a kind of sun, surrounded — as a
    • kind of planetary system — by the other elemental beings. This
    • or that dead individual. A certain kind of intercourse can
    • imaginations which we absorb from those who stood in any kind of
    • kindness or of criticism or rebuke. The fact that they were brought
    • can kindle in it that which calls forth imaginations as aforesaid. We
    • another kind of interest for the dead. Here on the earth we develop
    • or that human being. To a far greater extent, a kind of universal
    • the world-ordering and of the whole progress of mankind is altogether
    • the conditions of the progressive evolution of mankind for us to do
    • taking his light from spiritual knowledge of this kind. To use a
    • to the deepening of all his life. These things I wanted to kindle in
    • that evolution of mankind which is the aim and endeavour of spiritual
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    • related in any way during our life. We might describe it thus: a kind
    • cosmic counterpart is like a kind of sun, surrounded — as a
    • kind of planetary system — by the other elemental beings. This
    • or that dead individual. A certain kind of intercourse can
    • imaginations which we absorb from those who stood in any kind of
    • kindness or of criticism or rebuke. The fact that they were brought
    • can kindle in it that which calls forth imaginations as aforesaid. We
    • another kind of interest for the dead. Here on the earth we develop
    • or that human being. To a far greater extent, a kind of universal
    • the world-ordering and of the whole progress of mankind is altogether
    • the conditions of the progressive evolution of mankind for us to do
    • taking his light from spiritual knowledge of this kind. To use a
    • to the deepening of all his life. These things I wanted to kindle in
    • that evolution of mankind which is the aim and endeavour of spiritual
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    • Future of Mankind
    • I want to bring forward certain matters which concern mankind's
    • mankind's evolution between an era of mainly intellectual development
    • spiritual. The most important task for mankind in the era of
    • intellect has lost some of its creative power. In general, mankind
    • originally a natural endowment which mankind was predestined to
    • into the earthly life of mankind. Whether this will happen depends
    • Consider how in the older civilizations mankind in general perceived
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
    • the rhythm of external existence. In this way mankind will again
    • nowadays provide mankind with a vast amount of popular information.
    • by the intellect, sees the world. But the time has come when mankind
    • elemental kind who are very much more clever than human beings. Even
    • mankind does not become receptive to what streams towards him from
    • that these elemental beings will gather together to form a kind of
    • evolution, then mankind would be unable to make further progress.
    • future threatens mankind. There is another aspect — just as
    • of the kind of things I have explained. These are matters of great
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    • Future of Mankind
    • I want to bring forward certain matters which concern mankind's
    • mankind's evolution between an era of mainly intellectual development
    • spiritual. The most important task for mankind in the era of
    • intellect has lost some of its creative power. In general, mankind
    • originally a natural endowment which mankind was predestined to
    • into the earthly life of mankind. Whether this will happen depends
    • Consider how in the older civilizations mankind in general perceived
    • You will realize from what was said yesterday that mankind must
    • the rhythm of external existence. In this way mankind will again
    • nowadays provide mankind with a vast amount of popular information.
    • by the intellect, sees the world. But the time has come when mankind
    • elemental kind who are very much more clever than human beings. Even
    • mankind does not become receptive to what streams towards him from
    • that these elemental beings will gather together to form a kind of
    • evolution, then mankind would be unable to make further progress.
    • future threatens mankind. There is another aspect — just as
    • of the kind of things I have explained. These are matters of great
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    • because we look upon it as a kind of dissolution, as an end. But when
    • significant event. Moreover, this experience kindles that which
    • moment of death is viewed from the other side. This kindles our
    • We know that our next experience is a kind of
    • our physical body are of such a kind that we draw them out of our
    • But the retrospective memory after death is of such a kind that
    • words hurt him. When we say something unkind we only experience that
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words has an
    • through a kind of inner clairvoyant form of contemplation. He
    • of grasping mankind's most important task for the future —
    • and every hour death so numerously approaches mankind, many, many
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    • because we look upon it as a kind of dissolution, as an end. But when
    • significant event. Moreover, this experience kindles that which
    • moment of death is viewed from the other side. This kindles our
    • We know that our next experience is a kind of
    • our physical body are of such a kind that we draw them out of our
    • But the retrospective memory after death is of such a kind that
    • words hurt him. When we say something unkind we only experience that
    • soul-impression which we gather when we say bad and unkind things.
    • But the other person to whom we addressed our unkind words has an
    • through a kind of inner clairvoyant form of contemplation. He
    • of grasping mankind's most important task for the future —
    • and every hour death so numerously approaches mankind, many, many
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    • salvation of the earth, for the progress and freedom of mankind
    • evolution of mankind, because we can win this faith through our
    • world-conception, which has, however, held mankind more or less in
    • only as a kind of characteristic. But it is this warmth which is, in
    • behind. Even then this kind of experience would move our souls most
    • longing which goes forth from us and which is taken up kindly by
    • laboratories. Certain kinds of apparatus are constructed; and then
    • kindly pleasure — all this lives in us already — the
    • contemplation of the moment of death. Our astral body is kindled
    • accept Spiritual Science, but also that we must have a certain kind
    • kind of serpent was still portrayed coiled on the Tree, as I have
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • mankind possessed a power of seeing into the spiritual world, just so
    • say, a kind of conscious preparation for what Man's future really
    • Science is not something that we seek in the form of a new kind of
    • will be led to a different kind of thinking about eternity, through
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • kinds of apparatus, which raise the standard of human life and
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    • salvation of the earth, for the progress and freedom of mankind
    • evolution of mankind, because we can win this faith through our
    • world-conception, which has, however, held mankind more or less in
    • only as a kind of characteristic. But it is this warmth which is, in
    • behind. Even then this kind of experience would move our souls most
    • longing which goes forth from us and which is taken up kindly by
    • laboratories. Certain kinds of apparatus are constructed; and then
    • kindly pleasure — all this lives in us already — the
    • contemplation of the moment of death. Our astral body is kindled
    • accept Spiritual Science, but also that we must have a certain kind
    • kind of serpent was still portrayed coiled on the Tree, as I have
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • mankind possessed a power of seeing into the spiritual world, just so
    • say, a kind of conscious preparation for what Man's future really
    • Science is not something that we seek in the form of a new kind of
    • will be led to a different kind of thinking about eternity, through
    • these events — to quite the opposite kind of thoughts of
    • kinds of apparatus, which raise the standard of human life and
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    • evolution of mankind. Although it is necessary to begin by drawing
    • mankind.
    • an evolution of mankind in the future, and that the ‘ I ’
    • mankind this may become different, and it will become essentially
    • the two different kinds of Spirits is the Hierarchy of the Angels.
    • seen how they place themselves consciously in mankind, and influence
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    • out something which is to a certain extent visible externally, a kind
    • of impression, a kind of reflection of this work of the Folk-spirits
    • is also true that a kind of etheric aura towers up over every part of
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so must we also look upon the ‘remaining
    • Spirit of an Age by which mankind progresses, that this corresponds
    • distinct kind of thought. This is connected with the delicate
    • work within man and produce a certain kind of thought, a quite
    • These two kinds appear in human nature and in human
    • that there was a point in the evolution of mankind, when so to speak,
    • this, there worked in as an additional impulse the kind of thought
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    • tones, they do not perceive at all. A Being of this kind never has
    • why mankind is divided into races. That which makes man the same over
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    • of Form a kind of embryonic state, a sort of germinal condition, and
    • would have had the same form. There would have been only one kind of
    • are the originators of the racial differences in mankind over the
    • part of the earth and which afterwards propagated itself in mankind
    • mankind. If one thinks of it as if everything moves round a fixed
    • being. And thus it is too with mankind in general. We are looking at
    • mankind is spread out, is compressed into smaller dimensions. We
    • of the evolution of mankind, there is connected the spiritual
    • takes, if one wishes to intervene in the great movement of mankind.
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    • without. Thus these two kinds of forces meet here, and this
    • Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth states, there was a different kind of
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    • not merely one kind of humanity spread over the whole earth, but that
    • this distribution of mankind over the Earth was taken in hand, so
    • So you see, that the blood of mankind is acted upon in a
    • twofold manner; that two races originate, by the blood of mankind
    • out of the collective mass of mankind, out of the ocean of humanity,
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    • There are two spiritual currents in mankind. The one
    • Later Roman history was also guided by a kind of Spirit of the Age,
    • kind of compromise with one of the old Spirits of the Age who worked
    • culture, it has become possible for the many different kinds of
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    • about in mankind, beginning from the earliest ages and proceeding
    • as the emerging from a kind of group-soul. The Germanic Scandinavian
    • there took place a kind of withdrawal of the Mysteries into much more
    • which as Spirit-Self is to enter into mankind. It is particularly
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    • mankind is intended to progress, it is organized for the development
    • down as fools, that what they have to offer to mankind will not be
    • become the most wonderful manifestation for mankind. Everything that
    • mankind in a newer etheric vision, which in reality refers to the
    • in conflict with Odin. In the near future of mankind there will be no
    • would bewilder mankind, if Odin did not overcome the Fenris Wolf,
    • of mankind for this or the other truth. That is not ‘occultistic’.
    • to all mankind, and must be given, can only spring up at a certain
    • If we accept from the whole of mankind all that each
    • religion has contributed towards the civilizing process of mankind,
    • occultism will appear before mankind free and independent of every
    • of mankind. The sources of what we are able to contribute lie in the
    • may become the common possession of mankind, and become
    • predisposed. We can best serve mankind as a whole if we develop that,
    • North.’ And if exalted forces are to be aroused in mankind in
    • sacrificial fire that must unite for the good of mankind through the
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    • happen if men go on unfolding no other kinds of thoughts until the time is
    • ourselves to be shocked by descriptions of this kind. Such facts are the
    • all mankind.
    • Abstract statements of this kind altogether fail to convey the full and
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • — but fundamentally it is the same kind of procedure. All that can be
    • knowledge that hurls mankind into calamity so far as his cosmic existence is
    • in human beings of our time a kind of foreboding of what will come about in the
    • he placed the figure of the ‘ugliest man.’ It was a kind of foreboding of what
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    • from the German of Notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind
    • happen if men go on unfolding no other kinds of thoughts until the time is
    • ourselves to be shocked by descriptions of this kind. Such facts are the
    • all mankind.
    • Abstract statements of this kind altogether fail to convey the full and
    • to learn something about the mineral part of the human organism. With this kind
    • — but fundamentally it is the same kind of procedure. All that can be
    • knowledge that hurls mankind into calamity so far as his cosmic existence is
    • in human beings of our time a kind of foreboding of what will come about in the
    • he placed the figure of the ‘ugliest man.’ It was a kind of foreboding of what
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    • more — on the hearts and souls of mankind. Let us assume that
    • demand upon mankind. At the entrance to the shrine of the Mysteries
    • stood at the entrance to the sanctuary, like a summons to mankind? We
    • love of God through death, we must carry with us that which kindles
    • sanctuary upon mankind. Man could only answer: “If I remain
    • gave birth to the forces which could rekindle in the soul the powers
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    • But if we are thinking of this kind of reassurance from
    • Earth-life; he passed through the gate of death. He left to mankind a
    • a kind of soul-body for him after death; but while he was connected
    • indeed live in a cosmic tableau of this kind; he will go forward with
    • mankind. And that cosmic tableau which for clairvoyant eyes is being
    • Christ Being belongs to all mankind. Where Christ is, the treasures
    • mankind.
    • down to us — and to become an effective kind of common
    • for all mankind.
    • These souls work down into our bodies in this life; they kindle
    • reality, the common property of all mankind.
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    • simply makes of Lucifer a kind of inner and Ahriman a kind of outer
    • Earth-humanity. For the Earth is there for the sake of mankind, and
    • mankind, the individual will feel that he must be more and more
    • opportunity to repent an offence, will first tell all kinds of lies
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    • Mankind is always in need of truths which cannot, in
    • are the two kinds of ether that we cannot kill. But because of this,
    • life-element in the two highest kinds of ether was withdrawn in order
    • belongs to all mankind in the present and in the future — the
    • understanding of what has been said to mankind, because — as I
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    • different from the rest of mankind, it is a Being through whom the
    • It was to two kinds of people, my dear friends, who were
    • Night the poor simple shepherds without any kind of wisdom
    • the coming of the Saviour of mankind. The others looked up to the
    • has become of their astrology? Their kind of astronomy? We cannot
    • of nature where formerly there was the kind of piety possessed by
    • a demand upon mankind that reaches into the future. We live in
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    • reality a kind of preparation — they were a preparatory stage
    • for that which took place for the sake of mankind at the Mystery of
    • the kind which believe that unknown divinities come to man's help
    • Spiritual Guidance of Mankind — between the third and the
    • out of an entirely Christian spirit is, after all, a kind of
    • may produce the fruit which mankind needs.
    • For the Egyptians, Osiris was a kind of representative of the Christ
    • found again. We cannot imagine that mankind could lose the Sun-Being,
    • such a festival, which should raise mankind to the comprehension of
    • raise mankind to an understanding of the sense and meaning of its
    • let the powers that surge through space kindle our feeling, and then
    • that arose with the modern consciousness of mankind. New forms
    • the tasks which can lead mankind out of barbarism into a new
    • an appeal to kindle Spiritual Science within your hearts, so that it
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    • proclamation of this Saviour of mankind. And once again today we
    • elemental beings: one kind from chalk soil, other kinds from granite
    • kind of knowledge possessed by the Magi from the East to withdraw and
    • we feel how they express the kind of knowledge with which the wise
    • The inner kind of knowledge manifested in the shepherds
    • and the like — to this kind of knowledge when it was still
    • 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
    • the Threshold is, must come to the whole of modern mankind in regard
    • knowledge, proceeds unconsciously in present-day mankind as a whole.
    • knowledge of the onward development of mankind that reveals this
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    • shepherds out of the kind of clairvoyance which could arise in those
    • The other kind of knowledge, represented by the wisdom
    • a spiritual reality has gone the opposite way. The other kind of
    • old, instinctive visions of mankind. Since the time of the Mystery of
    • object of speculation and gives rise to all kinds of theories about
    • on this kind of perception. But then it became apparent that the
    • Varuna is he who kindles the
    • intelligible the kind of vision possessed by the shepherds in the
    • field. And then from what follows, we can understand the kind of
    • kindles the fire of lightning in the oceans of clouds — we look
    • find many indications about the Soma-drink, the Soma-juice. All kinds
    • perception is of a kind that it befogs us, misleads us with
    • mankind in our time.
    • mankind.
    • mankind. Then and then only are we worthy to say: The Saviour has
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • the history of the spiritual development of mankind, which could be
    • The searcher who works on the basis of the kind of knowledge
    • problem of incarnation,” in “mediumistic vision, a kind
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • absolutely nothing symbolical or allegorical of the kind often
    • who enters this building will find all kinds of mysterious symbols
    • occasion to think anything but kindly of this spiritual science, if
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • said that our Anthroposophical Society is only a kind of development
    • Spiritual development of mankind, will not be surprised at such
    • received which have entered the spiritual evolution of mankind for the
    • meant for mankind when three or four centuries ago the revolution took
    • something new entered the mental evolution of mankind, and that as a
    • development of the will, something of quite a different kind results
    • become something inwardly alive, a kind of etheric body. The will may
    • often denominated a kind of clairvoyance, the essential thing in the
    • emblematically, if he sees all kinds of symbols in it, he is just a
    • taken by the spiritual evolution of mankind knows that truth has always
    • what is temporal. In regard to soul and spirit there is also a kind of
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    • SPIRITUAL COMMUNIONOF MANKIND
    • similar kind of activity was, it is true, exercised by the men of old
    • the attitude towards the guiding wisdom of mankind was entirely
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as the true redemption of mankind. They said
    • evolution and together with mankind indwells the earth as a Spiritual
    • light that kindles itself in man.
    • must pierce the darkness of knowledge of another kind. Then in the
    • you will experience together with all mankind, a World-Christmas.
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    • It is reproduced here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • SPIRITUAL COMMUNIONOF MANKIND
    • similar kind of activity was, it is true, exercised by the men of old
    • the attitude towards the guiding wisdom of mankind was entirely
    • the Mystery of Golgotha as the true redemption of mankind. They said
    • evolution and together with mankind indwells the earth as a Spiritual
    • light that kindles itself in man.
    • must pierce the darkness of knowledge of another kind. Then in the
    • you will experience together with all mankind, a World-Christmas.
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    • into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
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    • into ever new ages what has been experienced in older epochs of mankind.
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    • religions and their significance. Modern mankind comes of age. The
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    • it; this is the most common kind of dream. Thus our consciousness
    • have tried to meditate in all kinds of ways but are still not
    • through the gate of death. The kind of thinking that serves us well
    • This kind of thinking is much too weak for writing anything into the
    • after death. We need a stronger kind of thinking, one that is
    • we could just think up all kinds of things, or create a lot of
    • images that would help them to develop a kind of thinking that would
    • Humankind is coming of age
    • kind. I am speaking about dreams where we stand face to face with
    • the kind of active work by the soul we can compare with writing. I wrote
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    • right, that I am unable to make a decision in matters of this kind
    • right kind of ideas about the spiritual world itself but also with
    • the right kind of attitudes and feelings about our relationship to
    • relate to spiritual science. He has heard claims of one kind or
    • descriptions and all kinds of information about the spiritual world.
    • of our own kind. We are also perceived from the moment we grow into
    • sense of the word that she was an objectively kind person. She
    • views of spiritual science and her kind, energetic and understanding
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    • religions and their significance. Modern mankind comes of age. The
    • His poetry reveals that this kind of spiritual life and passage into the
    • has ideas concerning the sense world as well as all kinds of
    • by a kind of aura. He presented himself everywhere as a healer in a
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    • of the kind we have just recalled. We look back at our current
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    • exploration of the spirit in our age encounters the same kind of
    • promoted by charlatans these days, but based on the kind of
    • concentration are not some kind of miraculous mental performance, but
    • kind of spiritual chemistry, another soul capacity, namely, our
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    • kind of work need much sleep. But if we sleep too much, we have too
    • originate on the physical level and are not created by that kind of
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    • and soul. He was a mystic of a very elementary, primitive kind who
    • throughout the universe. And his heart's desire was to see humankind
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • face of these influences. Any kind of advice to withdraw from modern
    • of the evolutionary path of mankind. It has existed, in essentials,
    • A construction of this kind is by no means devoid of
    • many would far rather let things be conjured before them in all kinds
    • much happier to have some kind of visionary experience than to
    • life are wrapt in slumber, that kindles to life what is otherwise
    • modern Spiritual Science is to become living reality. Mankind has
    • unfitting to approach Spiritual Science with the same kind of
    • must be prompted by some kind of feeling. But what does he exactly
    • flower, they are experienced as a kind of sound-vibration in the ear,
    • kind of musical experience. And there is also the opposite
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • face of these influences. Any kind of advice to withdraw from modern
    • of the evolutionary path of mankind. It has existed, in essentials,
    • A construction of this kind is by no means devoid of
    • many would far rather let things be conjured before them in all kinds
    • much happier to have some kind of visionary experience than to
    • life are wrapt in slumber, that kindles to life what is otherwise
    • modern Spiritual Science is to become living reality. Mankind has
    • unfitting to approach Spiritual Science with the same kind of
    • must be prompted by some kind of feeling. But what does he exactly
    • flower, they are experienced as a kind of sound-vibration in the ear,
    • kind of musical experience. And there is also the opposite
  • Title: Lecture: Past Incarnations of the Peoples of Today
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    • translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind permission
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • kind of thinking can explain certain phenomena of nature, it is
    • explain what is happening to mankind at the present time by what
    • of vision is kindled. One problem leads us to a particular region,
    • The modern mind is altogether perverted by the kind of thought that
    • science is not so easily acquired as other kinds of knowledge.
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    • translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind permission
    • concrete realities of life, we slip into the kind of thought that has
    • kind of thinking can explain certain phenomena of nature, it is
    • explain what is happening to mankind at the present time by what
    • of vision is kindled. One problem leads us to a particular region,
    • The modern mind is altogether perverted by the kind of thought that
    • science is not so easily acquired as other kinds of knowledge.
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    • said that he felt himself capable of every kind of sin, but that he
    • there was a moment in the development of mankind when the tempters,
    • kind of compensation.
    • instinctively led to goodness, if a kind of life instinct draws us
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    • said that he felt himself capable of every kind of sin, but that he
    • there was a moment in the development of mankind when the tempters,
    • kind of compensation.
    • instinctively led to goodness, if a kind of life instinct draws us
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    • I have already mentioned this before. What kind of Being do they
    • parliament are not filled with the breath of mankind's
    • ascends to the destiny of mankind as such, when people will once more
    • kind of trance, in order to discover from them, by cleverly
    • these destinies of mankind in the whole world, if we take a deep
    • impulses of the future. For, my dear friends, if a kind of rebel
    • the religions speak of a kind of pension for the time after death!
    • belong, is an urgent requirement, yet it does not attract mankind
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    • translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind permission
    • I have already mentioned this before. What kind of Being do they
    • parliament are not filled with the breath of mankind's
    • ascends to the destiny of mankind as such, when people will once more
    • kind of trance, in order to discover from them, by cleverly
    • these destinies of mankind in the whole world, if we take a deep
    • impulses of the future. For, my dear friends, if a kind of rebel
    • the religions speak of a kind of pension for the time after death!
    • belong, is an urgent requirement, yet it does not attract mankind
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • and goes out with his Ego and astral body, there arises a kind of
    • kind of life. One year is one of his days, and in the Spirit of
    • the Moon evolution, man's whole will was still of such a kind
    • closest to us, and in the same way a light may be kindled in the
    • looking at ourselves and distinguishing between two kinds of
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • and goes out with his Ego and astral body, there arises a kind of
    • kind of life. One year is one of his days, and in the Spirit of
    • the Moon evolution, man's whole will was still of such a kind
    • closest to us, and in the same way a light may be kindled in the
    • looking at ourselves and distinguishing between two kinds of
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    • of lectures on these revelations bestowed upon mankind.
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    • we have only a kind of appearance — a beam. It is like looking
    • kind of ‘touching’ within me — a ‘touching’
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    • N attempting to give a kind of introduction
    • kind of introduction to the anthroposophical view of the world.
    • make observations at places where a peculiar kind of burial has been
    • the earth with animal species of the most diverse kinds, from the largest
    • it must be kindled anew by outer perception? We say the stone
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    • what do we learn from this higher kind of observation? We learn that
    • the requisite amount of protein from any kind of diet. If he simply
    • poison oneself and be exposed to every kind of infection. That was
    • as preliminary instruction in the attainment of another kind of thinking,
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    • of Initiation itself. These three lectures will then form a kind of
    • you study the moon in this way you acquire a kind of ‘science of the
    • kind of judgment. There are human relationships that do not merely run
    • Thus there are these two kinds of human relationships: those that affect
    • a kind of nebulous way, becomes a concrete experience for the initiate.
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    • a flame which I kindle and extinguish again. But we see more. We see
    • entirely within the soul. And we must regard it as a kind of ideal for
    • now induces a kind of ‘touching’ within me — a touching
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    • Here we have only a kind of appearance — a beam. It is like looking
    • apprehend the living, moving images of the world. The third kind of
    • that express themselves through these images — hear a kind of music
    • earth works into the warmth of our organism, and kindles this or that
    • in a kind of perspective, the head of his last incarnation a little
    • was still a kind of instinctive consciousness of these things, you will
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    • HEN we study human life on earth, we see it proceed in a kind of rhythm
    • in the photograph; but it cannot kindle the warmth of your feeling
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    • for he sees that it shows him all kinds of pictures and reminiscences
    • can distinguish two different kinds of dreams. The first conjures pictures
    • in our dreams, transformed pictures of outer life. That is one kind
    • There is, however, another kind, and this is really much more important
    • for a knowledge of the dream-life. It is the kind in which, for example,
    • may dream of all kinds of snake-like forms and wake up with intestinal
    • So we see that there is a second kind of dream which gives pictorial,
    • These two kinds of dream can be easily distinguished by one who is prepared
    • to study the world of dreams in an intimate way. In one kind of dream
    • these two kinds will recall experiences of their own that justify this
    • first kind of dreams, studying the special kind of pictures contained,
    • other hand, when we study the second kind of dream, we find that what
    • or nothing at all, of his internal organism. The second kind of dream,
    • kind of dream-experience. Just try to examine closely whether a person's
    • dreams of the first kind to the human ego. Now we learnt in the last
    • The first kind of dream is an activity of the ego outside the physical
    • What, then, is the second kind of dream? Of course it, too, must have
    • Thus the two kinds of dreams point to the activity of the ego and astral
    • there is a strong resemblance between the second kind of dream and
    • And now we may compare it with the content of the second kind of dream.
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    • moment we will neglect the difference between the two kinds of dreams
    • by a kind of activity, but this remains very shadowy and dim. It is
    • its significance in the spiritual world; it kindles warmth there; it
    • or harming another by your kind or evil deed, your sub-consciousness
    • universe. What we now experience is a kind of embryonic stage for our
    • within a kind of ‘spiritual rain’. We live through the
    • years. During this time he passes through a kind of embryonic stage
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    • died before us and to whom we stood in some kind of relationship, and
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    • here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • a kind of dogma, but a dogma freely recognized in the widest circles,
    • knowledge of any kind can contradict what has been laid down as
    • humanity like a kind of dream, those who worked against it were wide
    • Saturday. Next Thursday there will be a kind of continuation of
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    • here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • weightiest facts, facts which are decisive for the life of mankind on
    • suppressed by this kindly Pope. “One must ask,” says
    • not as a reproach to the Jesuit Order but simply as a kind of mea
    • mankind remained asleep. The next step was the Encyclical of 1864
    • Now we must remember that mankind is nevertheless trying to progress
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    • here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • spiritual world separated from our physical-sensible world by a kind
    • physical world with all kinds of concepts, ideas and so on; but all
    • consciousness. Thus a kind of awakening out of the ordinary
    • with what this world says to us. You can have a kind of proof of this
    • Without this renewal of spiritual science mankind will not be able to
    • science busies itself with all kinds of knowledge about super-sensible
    • they like to be told that Christ has taken all the sins of mankind on
    • Himself, and has redeemed mankind through His sacrificial death,
    • cultivated, mankind has become what it is today. Just think if the
    • of mankind of the present and of the future, and of course the idea
    • You see, if you can estimate what importance it has for mankind to
    • not so. Man then had a kind of communal consciousness, and only a few
    • mankind. Therefore, we need not be surprised that it sees in the rise
    • this systematic lying means for the whole evolution of mankind
    • further development of mankind! Today people cannot even look with an
    • of the present task of mankind — to be aware that the
    • resolve on the part of mankind to fill itself with that spirit which
    • There is no other alternative than that mankind determine not to go
    • materialistic thoughts about the world. How does mankind live in a
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    • The translator is Dorothy Lenn. It is presented here with the kind
    • unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the Rudolf
    • mankind in general has undergone a fundamental change in its frame of
    • prefers to remain in ignorance of what is penetrating mankind through
    • for the right kind of development — then out of this mood, out
    • to account for the human being, we have claims of all kinds coming
    • claims of a practical kind, on the other we have the increasing
    • the spark which kindles in them from childhood onwards comes from
    • situation mankind is in, have brought about the great crisis of the
    • membering of mankind according to the will of its individual
    • say in such circumstances that one is inclined towards any kind of
    • instincts of mankind belies the spirit utterly. ... We see on all
    • Golgotha, so the spiritual Christ will appear to mankind. He alone
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
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    • The translator is Dorothy Lenn. It is presented here with the kind
    • unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the Rudolf
    • mankind in general has undergone a fundamental change in its frame of
    • prefers to remain in ignorance of what is penetrating mankind through
    • for the right kind of development — then out of this mood, out
    • to account for the human being, we have claims of all kinds coming
    • claims of a practical kind, on the other we have the increasing
    • the spark which kindles in them from childhood onwards comes from
    • situation mankind is in, have brought about the great crisis of the
    • membering of mankind according to the will of its individual
    • say in such circumstances that one is inclined towards any kind of
    • instincts of mankind belies the spirit utterly. ... We see on all
    • Golgotha, so the spiritual Christ will appear to mankind. He alone
    • something must be developed which will direct mankind towards the new
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    • The translator is Mary Adams. It is presented here with the kind
    • unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the Rudolf
    • kind, although it must be admitted that these are, in the present age
    • one we may feel kindly disposed — to another perhaps not, but
    • further in this kind of observation of life and discover that all we
    • inwardly. As things still are, however, mankind remains to-day a
    • we have to exert ourselves. True, the acquisition of this kind of
    • How was it arranged in societies of this kind? And how
    • kind of experience one may have from the painting of a great artist.
    • research. Something, of the kind must come again in the future.
    • For not only is it true that mankind in general is
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    • The translator is Mary Adams. It is presented here with the kind
    • unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the Rudolf
    • kind, although it must be admitted that these are, in the present age
    • one we may feel kindly disposed — to another perhaps not, but
    • further in this kind of observation of life and discover that all we
    • inwardly. As things still are, however, mankind remains to-day a
    • we have to exert ourselves. True, the acquisition of this kind of
    • How was it arranged in societies of this kind? And how
    • kind of experience one may have from the painting of a great artist.
    • research. Something, of the kind must come again in the future.
    • For not only is it true that mankind in general is
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • The translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind
    • as manuscript with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • unproductive kind of knowledge, and it is natural that people who
    • century mankind has been living in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch,
    • destiny of mankind for our entire fifth post-Atlantean period. In
    • mankind had reached, the faculties of intellect and of feeling were
    • post-Atlantean epoch. We must remember that this kind of
    • secluded from the rest of mankind. Hence the difficulty of getting to
    • understanding? All kinds of abstract ideals, concerned with national
    • shall establish a real and enduring relationship, of the kind which
    • what counts. Up to the present mankind has gone only a short way
    • mankind, it is distressing to watch the effect teachers in a
    • testings for mankind. Were they to gain the upper hand, as they bid
    • post-Atlantean epoch because at that time mankind lived more as
    • soul, and its refusal to take part in propagating the kind of
    • life. But as it must be striven for independently, mankind is put, as
    • mankind; He forsook their world. Speaking for themselves they could
    • kind of fervour and delight. But then follows a description of the
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • The translator is unknown. It is presented here with the kind
    • as manuscript with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • unproductive kind of knowledge, and it is natural that people who
    • century mankind has been living in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch,
    • destiny of mankind for our entire fifth post-Atlantean period. In
    • mankind had reached, the faculties of intellect and of feeling were
    • post-Atlantean epoch. We must remember that this kind of
    • secluded from the rest of mankind. Hence the difficulty of getting to
    • understanding? All kinds of abstract ideals, concerned with national
    • shall establish a real and enduring relationship, of the kind which
    • what counts. Up to the present mankind has gone only a short way
    • mankind, it is distressing to watch the effect teachers in a
    • testings for mankind. Were they to gain the upper hand, as they bid
    • post-Atlantean epoch because at that time mankind lived more as
    • soul, and its refusal to take part in propagating the kind of
    • life. But as it must be striven for independently, mankind is put, as
    • mankind; He forsook their world. Speaking for themselves they could
    • kind of fervour and delight. But then follows a description of the
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • this path. In those remote ages of mankind's evolution, human consciousness
    • perceived spiritual beings even if of a lower kind, in all solid matter,
    • that these men of old, through their fantasy, dreamed all kinds of
    • one kind of breathing into another, man today must attempt to project
    • this kind (the yogi, too, was obliged to carry out his exercises for a
    • realm of thought. There are exercises of an opposite kind; among them are
    • pain and all kinds of deprivations. It is practically impossible for
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    • this path. In those remote ages of mankind's evolution, human consciousness
    • perceived spiritual beings even if of a lower kind, in all solid matter,
    • that these men of old, through their fantasy, dreamed all kinds of
    • one kind of breathing into another, man today must attempt to project
    • this kind (the yogi, too, was obliged to carry out his exercises for a
    • realm of thought. There are exercises of an opposite kind; among them are
    • pain and all kinds of deprivations. It is practically impossible for
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • current among mankind, traditions that originated from ancient atavistic
    • evolution [of] mankind.
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • science. We are able to survey the whole evolution of mankind. I have
    • beginning of the twenties. As far as outward appearance goes, mankind
    • entered into the evolution of mankind at a time when men — especially
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • bring to mankind true and fitting ideas about Christianity — and to do
    • sake of the earthly evolution of mankind, and the teaching given by
    • as a kind of illusion, as a
    • kind of hallucination, then it is only a proof that in our day even
    • so hard to bring to mankind. Let us try in the language of the present
    • absolute separation of one phase in the evolution of mankind from
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • mankind had gradually to lose this living communion with the divine and
    • kind of vision; the vision that suffices for the world of sense is not
    • enough. today, mankind has only come so far as to speak of the contrast
    • as unreal, preferring to regard it as a kind of hallucination that befell
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
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    • current among mankind, traditions that originated from ancient atavistic
    • evolution [of] mankind.
    • in the evolution of the Christ Impulse within the whole history of mankind.
    • science. We are able to survey the whole evolution of mankind. I have
    • beginning of the twenties. As far as outward appearance goes, mankind
    • entered into the evolution of mankind at a time when men — especially
    • mankind through the working of the Christ Impulse.
    • bring to mankind true and fitting ideas about Christianity — and to do
    • sake of the earthly evolution of mankind, and the teaching given by
    • as a kind of illusion, as a
    • kind of hallucination, then it is only a proof that in our day even
    • so hard to bring to mankind. Let us try in the language of the present
    • absolute separation of one phase in the evolution of mankind from
    • completely new was now to enter into the evolution of mankind. As long as
    • mankind had gradually to lose this living communion with the divine and
    • kind of vision; the vision that suffices for the world of sense is not
    • enough. today, mankind has only come so far as to speak of the contrast
    • as unreal, preferring to regard it as a kind of hallucination that befell
    • of mankind. That is the real reason for the existence of this tendency. That
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    • The other people said “Well, we have done that kind of thing before;
    • what kind of woodland there is and how much, and so on; what has been
    • wished the members of the Circle to fill in. As to the kind and friendly
    • it was only a kind of friendliness when Count Keyserlingk said that
    • he did not understand me — a special kind of friendliness. For
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    • Does it matter what kind of manure you use — cow- or horse- or
    • are most concentrated in the earth itself. Establish a kind of festival
    • to do, was this. When I was a young man I had the idea to write a kind
    • of the real beauty of the folk-dialects! It was a kind of cultural philosophy.
    • What kind of potash did you mean, when you said it might be
    • The new method should be regarded as a kind of extra, largely enhancing
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    • to-day applies to the improvement of every kind of manure. I have indicated
    • the different kinds of earth will have their influence, according to
    • their specific properties as kinds of earth. If there is sandy ground
    • two kinds of earth will be the best. For the same reason you should
    • kind of oak did you mean?
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    • mean, to any kind of vermin? Is it permissible without further scruples
    • this aspect we should rather consider how to establish once more a kind
    • mankind who were in earnest to keep these things within such bounds
    • It can be combatted in the same way as any other kind of rust, mildew
    • the tramcars — “Sternberger Cabinett” (a kind of champagne).
    • among the constellations for the different kinds of lower animals will
    • the effect of every kind of mineral manure, after a time, is that the
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    • some kind of connection with an astral factor. The manure would have
    • by these homoeopathic doses. The insect has quite another kind of sensitiveness;
    • appearance, say, of the linseed or the carrot, what kind of process
    • the impulse to do these things in the service of mankind and of the
    • effect as manure, and it is far more harmful than any kind of manure
    • you must bear in mind that if you eat this kind of dung for growing
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    • and that the practitioner acquires and applies a kind of judgment in
    • of this kind were constantly in my mind during the decades of work which
    • kinds. It has been established by the most advanced research (Albrecht
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    • thus produces he describes as “auxines” — life-kindling
    • Take a few fruits and a handful of leaves of the kind of fruit in question;
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    • fully satisfied with your kind hospitality.
    • On the other hand we find another kind of substance, which must occur
    • influences the life of plants via the silicious and kindred
    • work via the limestone and kindred substances. Thus we may say, for
    • bring forth its kind, and so on. That is the one thing. The other is,
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    • as a kind of individual entity in itself — a self-contained
    • of the Earth is a kind of organ in that organism which reveals itself
    • kind of external “digestion.” For plant-growth, in
    • the Earth is essentially a kind of digestion. All that is thus taking
    • place through a kind of digestive process, must in its turn be drawn
    • Saturn. For the plant, we may describe the one kind as
    • If mankind with their
    • instinctive wisdom, how to create the different kinds of fruits from
    • possess the different kinds of fruit, handing them down by heredity
    • kinds of fruit. Nowadays it is all done by blind experiment, there is
    • of these things. Mankind has no other choice. Either we must learn
    • the number of animals of a given sort which we need for a given kind
    • is above the Earth's surface as a kind of belly, and that which is
    • beneath as a kind of head-existence — is not complete unless we
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    • we may say, the ethereal represents the lowest kind of spiritual
    • In a word, nitrogen pours out over all things a kind of sensitive
    • bull-at-the-gate kind of life. We keep a little of it back. We do not
    • different style than before. We suddenly begin to know all kinds of
    • things, all kinds of things emerge. All kinds of secrets that prevail
    • the long winter nights! He does indeed acquire a kind of method
    • This is the kind of
    • That which is living in our environment — kindled to life in
    • Truly we may say, the limestone in the Earth is dependent on a kind
    • cells. By a kind of inbreathing process it finds its way down there.
    • papilionaceae are the only plants of this kind. All other plants are
    • when we contemplate it in relation to nitrogen. Observe it as a kind
    • at length to see quite clearly; then we shall gain a kind of
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    • something else as well. We must know how to gain a kind of personal
    • outer and an inner side. The “inner” is inside some kind
    • is something that expresses quite exactly — yet in a kind of personal
    • the scent-kindling life within it. So we might say: an organic body
    • Manuring and everything of the kind consists essentially in
    • stand under the influence of mineral manures will have a kind of growth
    • kind of manure. I mean the compost, which is sometimes even
    • despised. In compost we have a means of kindling the life within the
    • earth itself. We include in compost any kind of refuse to which little
    • And we shall kindle in the soil itself the same inner quickness and
    • manuring with this kind of “spiritual manure,” if I may
    • how man shall get the best kind of nourishment for his own organism.
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    • a kind of continuation of growth within the earth. There is a vegetative
    • up more quickly) or even to diminish them, or anything of that kind.
    • with this kind of quickening or stimulus, is precisely the object of
    • another kind of sausage — fill them with the stuffing which you
    • more stable nitrogen content, and with the added virtue of kindling
    • it has a kind of iron radiation. These iron radiations of the nettle
    • For the plant world, we can indeed apply a kind of universal remedy.
    • But if we want a rampant ethereal development, of whatsoever kind, to
    • over with peat-moss, and then introduce some kind of channel or water-pipe
    • can impart to the dung — once more, if added to it in a kind of
    • district of the Earth. Truly this dandelion is a kind of messenger of
    • the plants must have a kind of sensation. Even as I, a human being,
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    • of weeds if we let the kind Moon work down upon them — if we do
    • in the second year you will see, there is far less of the kind of weed
    • not at all the same kind of process as in human diseases.
    • as a consequence, the seed (the upper part of the plant) becomes a kind
    • Outwardly, it all remains just as it is. But we now prepare a kind of
    • when you transform it as described, into a kind of liquid manure, and
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    • kinds of birds from certain districts. Light must be thrown upon these
    • in times gone by, such larvae have also evolved into other kinds of
    • and you would soon detect it in a kind of stunting of the vegetation.
    • to air and warmth. The plant—also through a kind of breathing
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    • a kind of personal treatment. To-day especially, we shall therefore
    • more or less. True, they conceive all kinds of transformations in the
    • more or less, by a kind of astral cloud. The plant itself does not reach
    • as these things are so, your farm is in truth a kind of individuality,
    • right kind of animals, so as to get enough manure and the right kind
    • fill the body through. Assistance of the latter kind is rendered especially
    • or leguminous plants notably the various kinds of clover. In the clover-substance,
    • when you begin experimenting with all kinds of fodder. You begin to
    • this kind of “exact science” is not exact at all in reality,
    • who is well on the inclined plane to mysticism of this kind becomes
    • is a kind of substance — indeed, it is pure substance which has
    • has been introduced as a kind of staple food. Many people are fond of
    • assimilated in Nature — wild manure, so to speak. Take any kind
    • in this way — last but not least, the cordial kindness of all
    • for their kind and loving welcome to us all, which has made our sojourn
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    • higher kinds of perception.
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    • higher kinds of perception.
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    • Published by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
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    • external world penetrates into us, a kind of poisonous
    • childish head teaches the child (“Kindskopf den
    • Kindskopf”) — for in reality the human being
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    • external world penetrates into us, a kind of poisonous
    • childish head teaches the child (“Kindskopf den
    • Kindskopf”) — for in reality the human being
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    • Science in the evolution of mankind... June 11, 1908
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    • devachanic plane are in fact densely populated worlds. We find many kinds
    • plane we come upon certain beings there — only one kind among
    • species of beings who — in contrast to the gentle, amiable kind
    • hand love and kindliness prevail, where humanitarianism is unfolded,
    • more closely. You perhaps know the significance that these three kinds
    • have a kind of manifestation of the distinct personality on the astral
    • — have these astral beings as much a kind of physical existence
    • who is more inclined to gentleness, kindliness, mildness. You see how man
    • as the one or the other kind work upon our animals and plants, so are
    • of many kinds of worlds, many kinds of beings. One who advances on the
    • in advance what is accomplished by mankind in a far future, stands there
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    • man is able to conceive. How is it possible to form any kind of idea
    • is related with the whole of mankind and in a certain sense the beings
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    • to a kind of original mist, to a vast fog-like structure, a nebula,
    • a sort of devachanic state and when it entered again upon a kind of
    • time a kind of externally perceptible existence, it was not like it
    • kind of great primordial nebula, as our physical science describes.
    • kind of physical mist. To describe it as a kind of mist and nothing
    • lighter than our present substance. At that time there was no kind of
    • at a higher stage than man went through it in a kind of watery condition.
    • of the Venus-Spirits who worked more or less on mankind as a whole,
    • the teachers of the great masses of mankind, so did the beings of Mercury
    • members had therefore to be kindled from without, and beings from outside
    • you would perceive it as a fact that the consciousness soul is kindled
    • the health and well-being of man-kind if things were to remain as they
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    • kinds are active in all this evolution. We have pointed out too in former
    • system, or they may be spiritual beings of a lower kind who hinder and
    • mankind, who guided man's further development from the Mystery centres,
    • etheric body too is seized by this force, so that here too a kind of
    • but a kind of living dream pictures arose before man which lasted a
    • external world, but a kind of dim clairvoyance. This was, however, more
    • get to know the realities. In a certain way, however, such a kind of
    • special force has come down from heaven and brought all mankind forward.
    • But that is a dualism of the worst kind, as Monists we must explain
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    • the evolution of our Earth in connection with the evolution of mankind
    • kind of Saturn stage, a repetition of the Saturn stage. Then we have
    • a kind of Sun evolution, a repetition of the Sun stage, then a kind
    • the first forms of mankind as warmth-beings. When with clairvoyant sight
    • but in streams of force going down and forming a kind of centre where
    • the head of an infant a kind of warmth-organ projected from man when
    • was like a kind of lantern, he shone. One need not find this particularly
    • formed a kind of sheath, cartilaginous gluten, one might say, as a protection
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    • a kind of warmth-man? Then it was said that there was a condensation
    • the influence of the light a kind of inwardly perceiving nerve-system
    • etheric condition, was then filled out with a kind of albumen which,
    • Earth would be a kind of warmth-system which formed the rudiments of
    • the blood-system, and a kind of nerve-system present in fine etheric
    • Record it is a fact that one must say a kind of senses-system was planned
    • facts further, then one finds that actually on the Earth first a kind
    • as a kind of warmth-man, as I described last time, yet at the same time
    • it was really a kind of sense-system. It was in fact a system of warmth
    • a kind of sense-system. It was the first rudiments of a sense-system,
    • and the nerve-and-light system was at first a kind of glandular system,
    • the following way: Whereas the nervous system developed as a kind of
    • itself changed to a kind of nerve-system; and when that was achieved
    • course of evolution. However, this is merely a kind of introduction
    • a kind of group-soul-consciousness. And if we go still farther back
    • man had a kind of group-consciousness connected with his group-soul.
    • overcome. The mission of Christianity is now to kindle in man the love
    • citizen” was a new element in the evolutionary cycle of mankind.
    • freedom, which the Luciferic Spirits have imprinted into mankind. Thus
    • it is rightly understood, as a religion of mankind. In that the Christian
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    • that something exists as a kind of “Spirit of the Age,”
    • concerned with the individual man, but with the guidance of all mankind.
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    • are not visible. In the meantime let us accept as a kind of definition
    • attribute to them any kind of moral responsibility. What one calls moral
    • kind would like to live entirely in the spirit and not descend to their
    • everyday people. The other kind descend too deeply into the body. They
    • mankind. He repulses him and thinks: “I will know nothing of thee,
    • mankind will be outwardly more perfect. I wish to be united with my
    • present form.” A man who thrusts from him such a Leader of mankind
    • with its eternal life-kernel. Mankind will have gone forward but they
    • the Salamanders really come from. They are actually a fourth kind. If
    • come these three kinds, Gnomes, Sylphs, Undines, I can only answer that
    • great store by mankind may say: “What strides humanity has made
    • to know more exactly, for today we have only learnt their kind of existence
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    • when they are so used a kind of organization is established, they come
    • We can observe different stages in the evolution of mankind and see
    • came over him, it was only a different kind of consciousness. At that
    • time. It was because the memory of early mankind was quite different
    • which the Christ has endowed mankind surpasses that. The ego through
    • of the evolution of mankind: the group-soul age which finds its external
    • Mankind, however, will only not take this course if such a spiritual
    • when mankind will be laid hold of increasingly by the knowledge of the
    • come to mankind if truth is grasped in this manner. The human being
    • a centre once more give beings the opportunity of working as a kind
    • with moss, thus forming a kind of partition between plant and stone,
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    • aspect a lie is a kind of murder.” I have explained that a sort
    • the freedom of another. Mankind at present is still very far removed
    • in forms. But then mankind too will live as spirit in the spirit. Then,
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    • And in every kind of architecture we have thoughts that are only to
    • lives during the night in these sounds of the spheres and they are enkindled
    • world what can only be kindled in the astral, I therefore said that
    • familiar with that evolutionary epoch into which mankind must indeed
    • that in art the first dawn has appeared for mankind for the approach
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    • Christianity appeared as a kind of counterpart in
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    • event presents itself to clairvoyance as a kind of
    • like a kind of awakening from a deep sleep, from a strange,
    • kind of dream state, which meant removal into a completely
    • presented by a kind of higher state of consciousness, which
    • to a kind of darkening of the earth. And one feels, as in
    • obligation exists to speak of these things today as a kind
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    • describe the resurrection of Lazarus as a kind of fraud
    • Christ Jesus into a kind of raging fury and finally be
    • instincts and allows all kinds of fraud to be perpetrated.
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    • wunderkind. But then he became more and more silent and
    • affected by all kinds of terrible mental and physical
    • Jesus of Nazareth were not of the pleasant kind which could
    • cultivated a kind of secret rite and teachings at certain
    • vision manifested by a kind of separation from his body in
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    • kind-hearted, had a deep understanding of what is human,
    • conversation, which was a kind of general confession, was
    • a kind of new Messiah. Meekness was his main
    • mild, kind and wise nature and he was well loved in every
    • once looked upon them so kindly, this whole man whom they
    • earth, but how mankind can find the way from the earth up
    • now that what I teach is infected with all kinds of
    • kind of special person is that. I have examined the
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    • in a kind of picture language — the deepest secrets of earthly
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    • time in the history of humankind, whereas a conscious relationship to
    • of mysteries that must be grasped soon if humankind's earthly and
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    • to encounter the beast, the adversary of humankind who “rises
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    • sketched the future of humankind in Christian perspective.
    • day form a kind of degenerate humanity. At the present time we can more
    • that will permeate all of humankind. Human beings will have become
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    • sketched the future of humankind in Christian perspective.
    • day form a kind of degenerate humanity. At the present time we can more
    • that will permeate all of humankind. Human beings will have become
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    • what this individual means for humankind. We can acquire an understanding
    • was said concerning what the very greatest heroes of humankind experienced
    • Apocalypse represents a new kind of initiation; it shows how the old
    • humankind. Initiates must make use of the form the human body has at
    • evolution that humankind will only achieve in the distant future. Christ
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    • history of humankind. The people of the twentieth century cannot really
    • of materialism. It was incumbent upon the leaders of humankind gradually
    • refresh humankind and begin to pull it out of materialism. In the light
    • of human beings as something that concerns all of humankind. People's
    • like a lotus flower, is the first day of this kind that we are not
    • humankind.
    • moment for attacking the evolution of humankind. Those elemental beings
    • that is still today closed to humankind. The book with the seven seals
    • will be deciphered for a portion of humankind. The writer of the
    • of humankind will live toward the sixth main race; a larger part will
    • everyone else. A small part of humankind will escape this, just as a
    • revolutions stand before humankind; they are described in the
    • seven geographical regions signify special kinds of development for
    • humankind in relation to the seven members of the human being. Let us
    • in the evolution of humankind.
    • must strike us like a trumpet proclamation sent to humankind. The more
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    • see today the future state of humankind on the astral plane. Initiation
    • of the evolution of our humankind.
    • different kinds of bodies in the sixth root race. But there is also
    • leaders of humankind who are our pathfinders, we look to them as leaders
    • wonderfully just this kind of development. The third letter, to the
    • of animality. The progress of humankind consists just in this, that
    • realize that humankind cannot live without the beautiful and the good,
    • of the will. And when humankind finally reaches the point where it has
    • and you will experience the future of humankind. There is no future
    • two prophets in addition to the leader of humankind, whom the people
    • could see how a kind of flaming script was formed in the branches of
    • Mars state — and it is this state that someday humankind will once
    • tool. That will be the case again in the future. What humankind will
    • (also which pierced him: and all kindRev. 1:7)
    • leads to the great work of the brotherhood of humankind. The Theosophical
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    • all of this entered into the hearts of humankind at that time. Paul
    • — and continues to work in the evolution of humankind
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    • economy that what has once been achieved for humankind is not lost.
    • blessing and healing of humankind. The great sun initiate preserved
    • the scenes of the physical, external development of humankind.
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    • We must realize that the soul development of humankind
    • In the middle of the Atlantean age humankind still fell into four main
    • four animals are today. One who sees the evolution of humankind today
    • knowledge. Humankind will not attain brotherly love through preaching
    • Humankind, rushing toward the war of all against all, will then find
    • — while all around it, the nature of humankind will have everywhere
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    • descended into Hades. Humankind is in danger of losing itself in the world
    • be directed to humankind.
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    • only on the external, physical level. The evolution of humankind takes
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    • reflected in the post-Atlantean evolution of humankind. What took place
    • north are, in a similar way, former companions of humankind
    • is nothing more for humankind to repeat. The world would have become
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    • externally in the evolution of humankind can be traced back to deeper
    • tribe. Because of this Sem was a kind of double personality. As incredible
    • Humankind is called today
    • humankind should come to the point of understanding it through its own
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    • astral body might look like one kind of animal but was constantly changing
    • unmediated. But later it will show itself on the human face. Humankind
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    • fruit of the third age, the Egypto-Chaldean culture, during which humankind
    • that they were in a certain caste because of the karma of humankind;
    • beings the rest of humankind will be entirely wrapped up in the social
    • culture, as it were: on water and on earth. But humankind must take
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    • only the coarsest humankind will have consciously reacquired clairvoyance.
    • seventh trumpet sounds forth a kind of blessed state will come upon
    • kind of moon. The kind of conditions prevailing during the Hyperborean
    • 13:7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations. \
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    • condition. But the coarse, material elements of humankind and the base
    • substances in the lower kingdoms enter with human beings into a kind
    • connected to humankind in the Lemurian age. The human being would have
    • speak, a sacrifice for the good of humankind when they united their
    • 13:7 And it was given unto him to make war with the saints, and to overcome them: and power was given him over all kindreds, and tongues, and nations. \
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    • have to speak for years. In these lectures we can only give a kind of
    • been given to humankind not in order to agitate for Theosophy but rather
    • always shows the evolution of humankind in pictures. He sees the leader
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    • Published by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
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    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • in Jerusalem and established there a kind of spiritual order. As we have
    • works on further in the course of history. Through a mysticism of this kind,
    • through a kind of initiation with the evil principle of gold, Philippe le Bel
    • impulses which appeared among mankind from the 15th to the 19th century.
    • thrust upon them. Wisely is this mystery hidden away for mankind in the
    • And the result has been that, since the rise of modern times, mankind has
    • where we are alike gives the possibility for the development of mankind of a
    • has placed us each into a different kind of life passes through our I,
    • and Equality can come to realization in the life of mankind, unless they
    • chaos. And mankind will have to drift further and further into this chaos, if
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
    • thousands and thousands of years back — when the mankind of the earth
    • generally stop to think how it is that mankind did not come to this knowledge
    • mankind had passed the moment in the Lemurian time when it implanted into it,
    • mankind was standing at that point in the world. All through which he had
    • passed long ago in the Lemurian epoch. And mankind as a whole in that moment
    • Mephistophelian-Ahrimanic forces are needed in the evolution of mankind. And,
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    • life. Today, because I want to call your attention to a particular kind of
    • in Jerusalem and established there a kind of spiritual order. As we have
    • works on further in the course of history. Through a mysticism of this kind,
    • through a kind of initiation with the evil principle of gold, Philippe le Bel
    • impulses which appeared among mankind from the 15th to the 19th century.
    • thrust upon them. Wisely is this mystery hidden away for mankind in the
    • And the result has been that, since the rise of modern times, mankind has
    • where we are alike gives the possibility for the development of mankind of a
    • has placed us each into a different kind of life passes through our I,
    • and Equality can come to realization in the life of mankind, unless they
    • chaos. And mankind will have to drift further and further into this chaos, if
    • the evolution of mankind. Let us look back for a moment to an event of the
    • thousands and thousands of years back — when the mankind of the earth
    • generally stop to think how it is that mankind did not come to this knowledge
    • mankind had passed the moment in the Lemurian time when it implanted into it,
    • mankind was standing at that point in the world. All through which he had
    • passed long ago in the Lemurian epoch. And mankind as a whole in that moment
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    • kinds, one of which takes place in our ordinary waking
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    • described give us a kind of image, signify in a way a revelation, on
    • offer itself to an organ of the kind which, in a certain sense, is a
    • sense itself inwardly, cannot yet attain to the kindling of feeling,
    • is to be able to kindle feeling, to sense life inwardly, the astral
    • entire blood-system, which we have thought of as a kind of tablet
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    • certain kind form themselves which are strong and large, while the
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    • organism, which otherwise would remain a kind of entity isolated
    • through that kind of conformity to law operating outside man and that
    • other kind of conformity to law which works only within his own
    • between the two kinds of organ-systems previously characterised;
    • this very aspect of these two kinds of reality presents man with such
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    • some way or other, into one of its organ-systems, a certain kind of
    • about which we can still have a kind of knowledge through some sort
    • mankind as one comes to see clearly that there are different capacities
    • from corresponding forces of a similar kind, which, working from the
    • at a point where the worst kind of errors appear, on this side and that,
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    • other kind of earth-being whatever. We may say then that, when once
    • particular kind of activity by the quality of man's being, that
    • the skull for a kind of plastic expression of the ego. And yet, if it
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    • something of this kind in the human organisation, and we must be
    • compare with another one of a different kind; by this I do not mean
    • We may compare it with what takes place when we dissolve any kind of
    • place below the level of consciousness have also a certain kind of
    • comes to expression through a kind of salt-deposit, if I may use such
    • finest possible kind. In our bony system, in which our ego was
    • finer kind as has been explained. And so these physiological
    • leads us at once to see that a kind of system may be introduced into
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    • processes clearly is to send their own peculiar kind of inner vital
    • diverse organs form themselves. Certain kinds of tissue, for
    • to their composition other special kinds of cells they are
    • transformed into muscles. Then again, other kinds change themselves
    • permeate the whole organism as another kind of system parallel to
    • themselves will one day confirm all this for mankind!
    • forth his kind. We could go much further by throwing light also upon
    • transmutation of our soul-activities into a kindling of inner
    • we broaden our life, if our inner life carry us on to a kindling of
    • compassion for every kind of being, attains to that for which warmth
    • give us as kindling heat, burning warmth, flame of fire! And when,
    • to be brought to mankind through Anthroposophy. In this Spirit we are
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    • weaving warmth. Then, to this living, weaving warmth, a kind of air
    • image of the living weaving of spirit in a kind of matter; imagine
    • during your musing two kinds of images come before your souls.
    • Suppose there is a man to whom on awakening two different kinds of
    • thought occur, a man who muses about two different kinds of thing.
    • Suppose that one kind of thought is the picture either of some
    • themselves, what kind of Beings are they? In the course of
    • for mankind — the revelation of its own origin.
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    • unacquainted with the kind of feeling that prevails in our circles,
    • can rightly distinguish between a kind of body and a kind of
    • sense-world. We only get a kind of external reflection of it. From
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    • which we have to ask ourselves is this — what kind of reality
    • these three planetary forms? On Saturn everything was in a kind of
    • really constituted the whole substance of Saturn, was in a kind of
    • kind of rarefaction of warmth towards the luminous, a radiation of
    • passed through a kind of cosmic night, the whole formation appeared
    • quality of water in both of them, but the one kind of water had the
    • forth grass and herb yielding seed after his kind. One ought to say,
    • instead of after his kind, “in the mode of species.” What
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    • — the kind of warmth we conceive to be rayed down from the hen
    • after his kind. There we have a vivid description of the instreaming
    • and the question arises: what kind of Beings are the Elohim? So that
    • ancient times needed quite a different kind of feeling from what we
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    • describing a kind of repetition of this coming into existence of the
    • feelings and ideas of such a kind as regards these tremendous
    • ten-year-olds! Something of the same kind is true in cosmic
    • all kinds of myths, is neither our abstract “night” nor
    • language, will endure as a document which speaks to mankind for all
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    • is expressed in Genesis as bara is a kind of meditative
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    • that the kind of consciousness, the kind of soul-life we have today,
    • described this earlier form as a kind of lower clairvoyant
    • earth is that the old form of clairvoyance, a kind of
    • Let us bear in mind that the clairvoyant lives in a kind of
    • do not express real spiritual Beings, but a kind of organic
    • should always be received with the greatest caution. It is a kind of
    • earth, called for an entirely different kind of cleavage in our
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    • develops as a kind of recapitulation of the Saturn, Sun and Moon
    • betokened a kind of promotion.
    • which mankind spread abroad. It is only too clear in many accounts of
    • criticise it. This kind of outlook has only arisen in recent
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    • earthly evolution from the Lemurian to the Atlantean age a kind of
    • with all kinds of smoky fumes and other matter which had not at that
    • kind,” that is, in species form; the reference is rather to the
    • “according to their kind,” visible to clairvoyant
    • only united with the planets in some kind of sleep, but after his
    • kinds of propagation. What later became the human physical and
    • kind of balance was produced on the one hand by the sun and on the
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    • by the Lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
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    • The kind of thinking to which we are accustomed in ordinary life and
    • kinds of pathological conditions of the soul. But those who earnestly
    • higher knowledge, will see that this kind of spiritual investigation
    • But the kind of thinking which should be used for the cognition of
    • sets before the soul a kind of thought-organism. When we have a
    • already stated, to a kind of self-knowledge. Finally it leads us to a
    • it that we forget them, and so forth. But the thoughts of the kind
    • second kind of exercise: an artificial forgetting, as it were, an
    • kind of thinking when we rise to a stage which is higher than that in
    • which is very difficult to understand, namely, a kind of turning
    • You see, as a first indication of this third kind of thinking I must
    • bring before you a very complicated process. This kind of thinking
    • know that we cannot immediately become familiar with this third kind
    • kind of thinking, which dives down, as it were, into spacelessness
    • Let me now speak to you only of two kinds. The first is what we call
    • discover a higher kind of courage in our own life; when diving down
    • possible to give it any ordinary kind of frame. What the friends of
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    • by the Lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • by the Lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • The kind of thinking to which we are accustomed in ordinary life and
    • kinds of pathological conditions of the soul. But those who earnestly
    • higher knowledge, will see that this kind of spiritual investigation
    • But the kind of thinking which should be used for the cognition of
    • sets before the soul a kind of thought-organism. When we have a
    • already stated, to a kind of self-knowledge. Finally it leads us to a
    • it that we forget them, and so forth. But the thoughts of the kind
    • second kind of exercise: an artificial forgetting, as it were, an
    • kind of thinking when we rise to a stage which is higher than that in
    • which is very difficult to understand, namely, a kind of turning
    • You see, as a first indication of this third kind of thinking I must
    • bring before you a very complicated process. This kind of thinking
    • know that we cannot immediately become familiar with this third kind
    • kind of thinking, which dives down, as it were, into spacelessness
    • Let me now speak to you only of two kinds. The first is what we call
    • discover a higher kind of courage in our own life; when diving down
    • possible to give it any ordinary kind of frame. What the friends of
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    • kind of paralysis, even a loss of consciousness (Ohnmacht). It must
    • kind of immoral or weak moral mood, any kind of moral untruthfulness,
    • intensified and expanded, growing into a kind of force of nature.
    • entangled in this kind of phenomenalism, considering only such proof
    • dark. Since he wants to admit only this kind of proof, he generally
    • proves himself so inadequate. He demands a certain kind of
    • understanding — not the kind given by the things
    • themselves but the kind he imagines (ertraeumt), which he believes
    • existed a kind of belief, a certain mathematical-geometrical belief
    • particular kind of proof; one can prove it in this way as little as
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    • kind of paralysis, even a loss of consciousness (Ohnmacht). It must
    • kind of immoral or weak moral mood, any kind of moral untruthfulness,
    • intensified and expanded, growing into a kind of force of nature.
    • entangled in this kind of phenomenalism, considering only such proof
    • dark. Since he wants to admit only this kind of proof, he generally
    • proves himself so inadequate. He demands a certain kind of
    • understanding — not the kind given by the things
    • themselves but the kind he imagines (ertraeumt), which he believes
    • existed a kind of belief, a certain mathematical-geometrical belief
    • particular kind of proof; one can prove it in this way as little as
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    • spark which could kindle in men the strength to ascend thither. And
    • spirit-land, was kindled in the soul. Thus knowledge was the other
    • the answer is that we would rekindle in mankind something like a
    • as a kind of sun which, shedding its rays in our hearts, can arouse a
    • conviction. The kind of spiritual life which in future will
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • literary beginning with the kind of spiritual life which will be
    • What kind of thoughts
    • mankind to acquire knowledge in a way different from that of today.
    • for making armaments. But men no longer feel that this kind of mental
    • Menelaus, Odysseus, were given to mankind, then under its influence
    • away. It is only because mankind retained the feeling that it should
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • Lucifer, Die Kinder des Lucifer.
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    • civilisation of mankind can be traced back to the stream associated
    • civilisation, were offered up to a kind of religious sacerdotal-ism,
    • of Greek mythology whom we associate with the kind of clairvoyant
    • ether body. Knowledge is kindled in the astral body; it is
    • an image, is kindled in the astral body; we have these in us because
    • of knowledge is kindled in the astral body; this torch is reflected
    • which is kindled in the astral body has changed in the course of the
    • historical development of mankind; in ancient times man had
    • the development of human nature in three ways: there is a triple kind
    • of development, of transformation, a triple kind of metamorphosis,
    • will be devoted to kindling the forces in the human soul which will
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
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    • known or of the same kind as those already known, but which
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • occurred only rarely, the other kind was habitual, but for him
    • this kind of experience, which can really grow into a kind of taste,
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
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    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
    • concerned with the guidance of mankind which is nearest to man, we
    • those who were the leaders of mankind were not normal men, but Beings
    • mankind. First in the Indian epoch the highest rank, the Archai or
    • phenomenon that mankind seems to be thrown upon its own resources,
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
    • leadership of mankind today as more highly developed Beings. What
    • and that as Christ-filled Beings they now influence mankind from the
    • they will be the spiritual leaders of mankind. But in
    • epoch. Then everything which was once proclaimed to mankind by the
    • lead mankind in its development; He does not enter into any kind of
    • assume any kind of physical body. His renunciation of all physical
    • To expect the salvation of mankind solely from individualities who
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    • guidance of mankind, you may have wanted to ask to what category of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
    • Greeks knew in their souls that there was a kind of consciousness in
    • fact that in our hearts we can still develop a different kind of
    • they are pictures of mankind advancing from its older, clairvoyant
    • his soul into the intellectual civilisation of mankind.
    • technology, whether you look at the kind of thought which has come
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    • enkindled in the spirit of this marvellous Greek civilisation when
    • the world, presented itself to them as a kind of knowledge, a kind of
    • without his having undergone any preparation, any kind of esoteric
    • and all his followers had the kind of bodies which would inevitably
    • component parts. Imagine for a moment that by some kind of magic the
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • Mysteries we have to expect happenings of a kind which approach man
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,
    • world—and within the forms appropriate to that kind of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
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    • alienated him from the kind of scholarship he had hitherto pursued,
    • occult experiences of the kind we have been speaking of has to
    • the same kind happens to the blood-system and the heart. They
    • kind of death would have set in. The important and mysterious feature
    • as a kind of impurity of our own being. If we would understand the
    • there was one single etheric stream for the whole of mankind and for
    • which would signify a kind of renewal from the spiritual world, a
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    • I had to point out how a kind of reversal of the forces which led to a
    • As an example of this I drew attention to a kind of etherisation of
    • evolution of mankind is involved in this process of which I have just
    • pre-Lemurian era. At that time man had only a kind of shadowy form,
    • wrought upon man poured into him in all kinds of currents, but while
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,
    • aura, when seen from the front, acquires a kind of coronet, a wreath
    • aura and will have nothing to do with the kind of clothing which
    • a kind of clothing. And if you look at what the figures of the Greek
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • of man has been arrested earlier as a kind of inner aura in the
    • this kind exist too as regards the world-wonders. We face them with
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    • seems a marvel by finding, through its own activity, a kind of
    • into a kind of harmony between his own soul and these
    • world to perceive that each kind of explanation is justified in its
    • yesterday that our brain is a kind of apparatus which impedes our
    • greater length about characteristic examples of this kind you would
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind
    • better for us to experience every kind of trial that the soul is
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    • Abraham there began a new relationship of mankind to the material and
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    • the whole history of the spiritual evolution of mankind.
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    • To attempt anything of the kind would seem presumptuous in the presence
    • this love gives rise to deeds of supreme heroism in the life of mankind,
    • as the fundamental elemental laws and principles behind all kinds of
    • definite way in order to provide for mankind the blood of Christ-Jesus.
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    • Hebrew people in the whole evolutionary process of mankind. It might
    • of the highest quality should be extracted, which would enable mankind
    • the Egohood of mankind.
    • What kind of conditions
    • kind of love than that which was bound up with blood-relationship. From
    • mankind. Working in opposition to this was the Luciferic principle which
    • of time the interworking of these two powers reached a kind of crisis.
    • of the oriental peoples, the whole of mankind belonging to the old world
    • body which up to this point of time had been the seat of the kind of
    • to bring to mankind the forces through which the Ego would be able to
    • to mankind the offering of the streams of spiritual life inaugurated
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    • mankind But it is not possible to understand the Gospel of St. Matthew
    • mankind was still an essential factor. Evidence of this clairvoyant
    • to be endowed with faculties of a special kind? All this had to take
    • place to make it possible for mankind to be prepared for that great
    • of the full activity of the human Ego. Thus the true kingdom of mankind
    • phenomena of the kind have occurred. There has been talk about one person
    • attention to other mistranslations of the same kind.
    • The progress of mankind
    • mankind was drawing near. The last great Nazarene lived at the time of
    • Principle could draw into mankind. John the Baptist brought the Nazarene
    • whom there was Initiation of a certain kind, those attributes and qualities
    • possessed what was to be bestowed upon mankind from the universe. Thus
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    • of Notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of
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    • And the Evolution of Mankind
    • mankind. However, there are still all manner of prejudices against
    • the kind of way people would still like to hear it spoken of in many
    • present-day mankind. I wanted this to be said because it is just from
    • present-day needs, views which are held by the kind of spiritual
    • science that will be spoken of here. This kind of spiritual science
    • of mankind and seeing the amount of elemental unrest felt today
    • somewhat, they would have to see all that is bringing mankind into
    • speaking out of subjective feelings but out of the very kind of
    • characterise the paths by which the kind of spiritual science we mean
    • inner activity. Will must be brought into thinking, the kind of will,
    • human body, to begin with. Active thinking ascends to the kind of
    • the kind of seeing that active thinking opens up we come to realise
    • thinking there enters consciously into this active thinking the kind
    • personality by any kind of loss of memory to realise what the power
    • circles today imagine has nothing useful to offer, leads to the kind
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
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    • of Notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of
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    • And the Evolution of Mankind
    • mankind. However, there are still all manner of prejudices against
    • the kind of way people would still like to hear it spoken of in many
    • present-day mankind. I wanted this to be said because it is just from
    • present-day needs, views which are held by the kind of spiritual
    • science that will be spoken of here. This kind of spiritual science
    • of mankind and seeing the amount of elemental unrest felt today
    • somewhat, they would have to see all that is bringing mankind into
    • speaking out of subjective feelings but out of the very kind of
    • characterise the paths by which the kind of spiritual science we mean
    • inner activity. Will must be brought into thinking, the kind of will,
    • human body, to begin with. Active thinking ascends to the kind of
    • the kind of seeing that active thinking opens up we come to realise
    • thinking there enters consciously into this active thinking the kind
    • personality by any kind of loss of memory to realise what the power
    • circles today imagine has nothing useful to offer, leads to the kind
    • different person. Our experiences are not the kind of thing we
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    • the two kinds of consciousness are not of equal clearness; they are
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    • the two kinds of consciousness are not of equal clearness; they are
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    • progress of mankind. It is true, that all that seems to us necessary
    • Goethe really has given to mankind, for he has no other means of
    • described. This kind of thought is ‘trumps’ and rules
    • people are fully infected by such kind of thoughts, they say: Yes,
    • as if they were the greatest interests of mankind.
    • ease that withholds us from being inwardly kindled, and set aflame by
    • souls is that we may be enkindled and inspired by the great interests
    • of the progress of mankind — of the true freedom of humanity.
    • mankind.
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • unhappy times than we are at present passing through, if mankind does
    • do and of what mankind stands in need. We must in the first place
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • progress of mankind. It is true, that all that seems to us necessary
    • Goethe really has given to mankind, for he has no other means of
    • described. This kind of thought is ‘trumps’ and rules
    • people are fully infected by such kind of thoughts, they say: Yes,
    • as if they were the greatest interests of mankind.
    • ease that withholds us from being inwardly kindled, and set aflame by
    • souls is that we may be enkindled and inspired by the great interests
    • of the progress of mankind — of the true freedom of humanity.
    • mankind.
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • unhappy times than we are at present passing through, if mankind does
    • do and of what mankind stands in need. We must in the first place
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • at all events the whole of civilised mankind.
    • of materialism. The truths of Spiritual Science are able to kindle
    • sphere is an unconscious urge in the whole of mankind today. On
    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • the system of nerves and senses — is, in fact, a kind of
    • that the metabolism becomes a kind of continuation of all that is
    • seem to speak to mankind through the lips of the man of the East. We
    • must, in effect, develop another kind of quality — not an
    • any one race, but only through the whole of mankind. If anyone
    • that man is able to express with a kind of natural spirituality his
    • Goethe assumed this form. It is this kind of internationalism that
    • stock. The kind of internationalism which appears in Marxism and all
    • light received from them may be kindled in the deeds, concepts and
    • the spiritual-scientific knowledge that is kindled in the spiritual
    • of hatred. If mankind has no wish for this love, chaos will remain.
    • Men who realise this will acquire the kind of
    • before the soul: to gather together all that can unite mankind in
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • at all events the whole of civilised mankind.
    • of materialism. The truths of Spiritual Science are able to kindle
    • sphere is an unconscious urge in the whole of mankind today. On
    • among the peoples, whereas the new instincts of mankind call out for
    • the system of nerves and senses — is, in fact, a kind of
    • that the metabolism becomes a kind of continuation of all that is
    • seem to speak to mankind through the lips of the man of the East. We
    • must, in effect, develop another kind of quality — not an
    • any one race, but only through the whole of mankind. If anyone
    • that man is able to express with a kind of natural spirituality his
    • Goethe assumed this form. It is this kind of internationalism that
    • stock. The kind of internationalism which appears in Marxism and all
    • light received from them may be kindled in the deeds, concepts and
    • the spiritual-scientific knowledge that is kindled in the spiritual
    • of hatred. If mankind has no wish for this love, chaos will remain.
    • Men who realise this will acquire the kind of
    • before the soul: to gather together all that can unite mankind in
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • in earlier incarnations; there was a kind of consolidation of
    • able to kindle the true mood of Christmas in our souls. And
    • kind of reflection only; to the others it was only possible
    • Earth. Mankind had succeeded in unfolding a blossom in which
    • endeavours of evolving mankind have been able to produce. Not
    • fairest flower of humankind could spring from the purest
    • That mankind once issued
    • sublime insight which this pictured mystery of mankind could
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • in earlier incarnations; there was a kind of consolidation of
    • able to kindle the true mood of Christmas in our souls. And
    • kind of reflection only; to the others it was only possible
    • Earth. Mankind had succeeded in unfolding a blossom in which
    • endeavours of evolving mankind have been able to produce. Not
    • fairest flower of humankind could spring from the purest
    • That mankind once issued
    • sublime insight which this pictured mystery of mankind could
  • Title: Lecture: Some Characteristics of To-day
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • Thanks to the kind donation of Henk de Laat, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • entering through birth to-day feel a kind of hindrance, a difficulty,
    • ruffled by what mankind, immersed in materialistic thoughts and
    • all this — especially now when all kinds of memoirs are being
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • learn another kind of thinking than that which can lazily find
    • fantasy must now be grasped by mankind in all earnestness, for it
    • bring the greatest misery to mankind if not illuminated by the inner
    • body,” underlying, as it does, the physical body, has a kind of
    • permeated with all kinds of spiritual forces; the spiritual feelings
    • not a kind of dessert supplementing life's external, physical
    • which the spiritual world would reveal to mankind. This stream of
    • necessary for mankind to-day. We have had to wage war with a country
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • Thanks to the kind donation of Henk de Laat, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • entering through birth to-day feel a kind of hindrance, a difficulty,
    • ruffled by what mankind, immersed in materialistic thoughts and
    • all this — especially now when all kinds of memoirs are being
    • of the world wanted to prepare mankind for such new modes.
    • learn another kind of thinking than that which can lazily find
    • fantasy must now be grasped by mankind in all earnestness, for it
    • bring the greatest misery to mankind if not illuminated by the inner
    • body,” underlying, as it does, the physical body, has a kind of
    • permeated with all kinds of spiritual forces; the spiritual feelings
    • not a kind of dessert supplementing life's external, physical
    • which the spiritual world would reveal to mankind. This stream of
    • necessary for mankind to-day. We have had to wage war with a country
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • mankind has learned through established ways of thinking and knowing,
    • being, so that mankind will be fully enmeshed in the web of natural
    • that we can achieve an existence fully worthy of mankind. We could
    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • exhaustion, to what kind of social form this division in the human
    • something, the experience of which is a kind of destiny of
    • Aesthetic Education of Mankind, where he wished to show how
    • how this love of duty can become in the widest sense love for mankind
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    • mankind has learned through established ways of thinking and knowing,
    • being, so that mankind will be fully enmeshed in the web of natural
    • that we can achieve an existence fully worthy of mankind. We could
    • established with an entirely different kind of certainty, with
    • exhaustion, to what kind of social form this division in the human
    • something, the experience of which is a kind of destiny of
    • Aesthetic Education of Mankind, where he wished to show how
    • how this love of duty can become in the widest sense love for mankind
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • compassionate, kindly deeds and feelings of antipathy by malicious
    • the seeds of what will become part of mankind in future epochs are contained
    • past life on earth. A kind of sleep then ensues and after a few
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • such and to an increasing degree imbues mankind with moral
    • together with all mankind.
    • But to-day — because mankind is insufficiently mature
    • a different kind of development in the course of which a complete
    • statement. Claims of the kind have frequently been made. For example,
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    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • (Esoteric Christianity and the Spiritual Guidance of Mankind).
    • compassionate, kindly deeds and feelings of antipathy by malicious
    • the seeds of what will become part of mankind in future epochs are contained
    • past life on earth. A kind of sleep then ensues and after a few
    • out of selfish motives in the last life, shows us a kind of register
    • such and to an increasing degree imbues mankind with moral
    • together with all mankind.
    • But to-day — because mankind is insufficiently mature
    • a different kind of development in the course of which a complete
    • statement. Claims of the kind have frequently been made. For example,
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture One: Individuality and the Group-Soul
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    • Testament against all kinds of external records and find it
    • describe the etheric body as if it were a kind of finer matter, and
    • be especially aware that language is always a kind of tyrant over our
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • flowed through the world as a kind of mainstream. Likewise, what we
    • certain kind of brain to express such faculties as Zarathustra
    • soul than we have today; these can be called a kind of dim
    • Human evolution is a kind
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    • times humanity had a kind of clairvoyance that allowed people to grow
    • kindled later through the Christ impulse. Things were not to
    • Individuals who have a very special task need a particular kind of
    • indicated how these forces now work on the earth. Therefore, a kind
    • they declare spiritual science a fantasy that reads all kinds of
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Four: The Universal Human: The Unification of Humanity through the Christ Impulse
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    • form almost as much as we do our physical form. This is one kind of
    • etheric body. There is a second kind that is mobile, like something
    • these two kinds of etheric bodies still reveal themselves in such a
    • or less alike. There is another kind of etheric body that is inwardly
    • tones and colors. There is a fourth kind of etheric body that has one
    • kinds of etheric bodies are found among ordinary, even average, human
    • beings, the last kind of etheric body produces the type of human
    • simple reason, there are seven kinds of etheric bodies. There are
    • seven different kinds of human etheric bodies, and in the etheric
    • have loved others because they are our own kind, but without knowing
    • the antagonism between a good and an evil person on earth. This kind
    • keeps humankind from being fragmented into groups. This is not yet
    • look at one of our glass windows, they see in the bottom part a kind
  • Title: Lecture: Nervous Conditions in Our Time
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    • published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • be no doubt that it will grow no better for mankind in the near future.
    • more, however, can be attained. Let us assume that it became a kind
    • writing, they have to give themselves a kind of jerk — a
    • body. This kind of relation between the physical and the ethereal
    • body lies at the occult foundation of every kind of cramp or
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    • published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • be no doubt that it will grow no better for mankind in the near future.
    • more, however, can be attained. Let us assume that it became a kind
    • writing, they have to give themselves a kind of jerk — a
    • body. This kind of relation between the physical and the ethereal
    • body lies at the occult foundation of every kind of cramp or
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • of space; simply by making from it a kind of abstraction, now becomes
    • This is, at least, a kind of ideal for scientific method to-day. But
    • process: death came to him as a kind of expiration of his soul.
    • — because in his sensations of all kinds he “saw”
    • epochs through all kinds of exercises is present of itself in later
    • remains a kind of deposit, little understood now, in what were called
    • of our time. May all that mankind is intended to attain by cognition
    • mankind requires.
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    • and published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • of space; simply by making from it a kind of abstraction, now becomes
    • This is, at least, a kind of ideal for scientific method to-day. But
    • process: death came to him as a kind of expiration of his soul.
    • — because in his sensations of all kinds he “saw”
    • epochs through all kinds of exercises is present of itself in later
    • remains a kind of deposit, little understood now, in what were called
    • of our time. May all that mankind is intended to attain by cognition
    • mankind requires.
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • movements — as in the case of Eurhythmy — then a kind of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • and published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • movements — as in the case of Eurhythmy — then a kind of
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • wide-ranging and light-filled, was not yet permeated by this kind of
    • Yet even in our own time this word is used as a kind of motto in the
    • false kind of mysticism to ask: “What is there really in my
    • after one has spoken to mankind for many years of the interests connected
    • civilisation. Mankind will have to know again that intelligent
    • Mankind stands
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • wide-ranging and light-filled, was not yet permeated by this kind of
    • Yet even in our own time this word is used as a kind of motto in the
    • false kind of mysticism to ask: “What is there really in my
    • after one has spoken to mankind for many years of the interests connected
    • civilisation. Mankind will have to know again that intelligent
    • Mankind stands
  • Title: Lecture: The Seeds of Future Worlds
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • described as a kind of centre and heart of destruction meets our gaze.
    • 15th century were to continue, mankind would fall into decline; for
    • virtually in a kind of sleep condition, spiritual inner faculties
    • A kind of
    • other doctrines of that kind. We in our time have only to find the
    • with what is dead. This kind of culture is directly opposed to real
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    • within man a kind of centre of destruction. I showed how as long as
    • described as a kind of centre and heart of destruction meets our gaze.
    • 15th century were to continue, mankind would fall into decline; for
    • virtually in a kind of sleep condition, spiritual inner faculties
    • A kind of
    • other doctrines of that kind. We in our time have only to find the
    • with what is dead. This kind of culture is directly opposed to real
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • and good influence upon mankind through the ages, there exists
    • Two given points within this stream were not regarded as any kind
    • the evolution of mankind. — The Gods have gained the
    • as it were, forgotten by mankind.
    • Golgotha in the evolution of mankind as a whole.
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • and good influence upon mankind through the ages, there exists
    • Two given points within this stream were not regarded as any kind
    • the evolution of mankind. — The Gods have gained the
    • as it were, forgotten by mankind.
    • Golgotha in the evolution of mankind as a whole.
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • are satisfied with such things because we are no longer kindled and
    • all kinds of qualities and concludes by saying — and the young
    • Then came a kind of reaction
    • Father-principle. As a kind of counter-stream, came all that which
    • instead experience, during earthly life itself, a kind of inner
    • light, which is kindled during life on earth. Why is it so? Because
    • kind of Realism which again considers the spirit as something real,
    • was really interested only in the Father-principle. What kind of thoughts
    • significance for mankind in the age when spiritual feelings were
    • cannot understand at all that once this was one of mankind's burning
    • the spiritual, that continually rouses the soul. These kinds of
    • somewhat thinner, a kind of mist, a thin mist — these are in
    • material quality of the body, formed all kinds of ideas about these
    • the atom in a kind of oscillating condition, as if some fine material
    • call them by all kinds of spiritual names. The essential point is to
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    • are satisfied with such things because we are no longer kindled and
    • all kinds of qualities and concludes by saying — and the young
    • Then came a kind of reaction
    • Father-principle. As a kind of counter-stream, came all that which
    • instead experience, during earthly life itself, a kind of inner
    • light, which is kindled during life on earth. Why is it so? Because
    • kind of Realism which again considers the spirit as something real,
    • was really interested only in the Father-principle. What kind of thoughts
    • significance for mankind in the age when spiritual feelings were
    • cannot understand at all that once this was one of mankind's burning
    • the spiritual, that continually rouses the soul. These kinds of
    • somewhat thinner, a kind of mist, a thin mist — these are in
    • material quality of the body, formed all kinds of ideas about these
    • the atom in a kind of oscillating condition, as if some fine material
    • call them by all kinds of spiritual names. The essential point is to
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • and published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • whole development of mankind on earth. When we have thus striven to
    • the midst of the events which will befall mankind in the 20th century
    • take along with them the treasures of mankind which have been
    • the course of history of which mankind is conscious.
    • development of mankind? Even when considering things quite
    • to mankind. If we look back upon the Graeco-Latin epoch, we see that
    • post Atlantean epoch of culture is a kind of repetition of
    • been added to the course of development which mankind has followed so
    • the divine order of the world has given mankind during the fifth
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • force streaming into the history of mankind.
    • worked, as a living, driving force in the evolution of mankind. The
    • of Orleans had to pass through a kind of initiation. To-day we speak
    • Sun”, who lived in a kind of sleep during the thirteen nights
    • must once have been in a kind of sleeping condition during the
    • when the human being lives in a kind of sleep. Before he draws his
    • Christ-Impulse, but only if mankind will cease to look upon spiritual
    • more learn to consider as part of mankind as a whole not only the
    • helping his mother with all kinds of small services. He went to town
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    • and published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • whole development of mankind on earth. When we have thus striven to
    • the midst of the events which will befall mankind in the 20th century
    • take along with them the treasures of mankind which have been
    • the course of history of which mankind is conscious.
    • development of mankind? Even when considering things quite
    • to mankind. If we look back upon the Graeco-Latin epoch, we see that
    • post Atlantean epoch of culture is a kind of repetition of
    • been added to the course of development which mankind has followed so
    • the divine order of the world has given mankind during the fifth
    • in which the Christ-Impulse has influenced mankind since the Mystery
    • force streaming into the history of mankind.
    • worked, as a living, driving force in the evolution of mankind. The
    • of Orleans had to pass through a kind of initiation. To-day we speak
    • Sun”, who lived in a kind of sleep during the thirteen nights
    • must once have been in a kind of sleeping condition during the
    • when the human being lives in a kind of sleep. Before he draws his
    • Christ-Impulse, but only if mankind will cease to look upon spiritual
    • more learn to consider as part of mankind as a whole not only the
    • helping his mother with all kinds of small services. He went to town
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  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • initiation, which will then supply to us a kind of foundation for
    • there is also another kind of knowledge, and that it is not possible
    • ordinary world, unless another kind of knowledge is added to
    • the one which has just been characterized. And this kind of
    • has always been a kind of abyss between that which is given, on the
    • instance, of such a kind that men could read the laws of Nature in
    • a kind of clear consciousness of this primeval wisdom; in
    • containing that which had remained as a kind of moral extract from
    • natural science, such as it exists to-day, that kind of knowledge
    • anthropology, etc., in such a way that they lead to the kind of
    • spread also this kind of positive knowledge concerning the spiritual
    • prefer to accept a kind of cinema-science — for
    • of all kinds of mystical things, they are those who truly foster
    • satisfied if every kind of mystical nonsense stimulates an inner lust
    • takes up a mystical book, no matter of what kind, should appeal
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    • and published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • initiation, which will then supply to us a kind of foundation for
    • there is also another kind of knowledge, and that it is not possible
    • ordinary world, unless another kind of knowledge is added to
    • the one which has just been characterized. And this kind of
    • has always been a kind of abyss between that which is given, on the
    • instance, of such a kind that men could read the laws of Nature in
    • a kind of clear consciousness of this primeval wisdom; in
    • containing that which had remained as a kind of moral extract from
    • natural science, such as it exists to-day, that kind of knowledge
    • anthropology, etc., in such a way that they lead to the kind of
    • spread also this kind of positive knowledge concerning the spiritual
    • prefer to accept a kind of cinema-science — for
    • of all kinds of mystical things, they are those who truly foster
    • satisfied if every kind of mystical nonsense stimulates an inner lust
    • takes up a mystical book, no matter of what kind, should appeal
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • kind or another, make these religious forces their master,
    • Christ, or a spiritual power of some kind, to do what he
    • this kind of talk from one person or another: “Why does
    • what actually exists in the concrete evolution of mankind.
    • temperament for altruism, but they have not got the kind of
    • arrive at a science of the formalist kind that you get, for
    • Register, or something of the kind. That besides being a
    • a kind that lie deeper than forms of civilisation in city or
    • have they been in perfect agreement and the kind of
    • the civilisation of Europe every kind of thing from the
    • that kind of way.
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • kind or another, make these religious forces their master,
    • Christ, or a spiritual power of some kind, to do what he
    • this kind of talk from one person or another: “Why does
    • what actually exists in the concrete evolution of mankind.
    • temperament for altruism, but they have not got the kind of
    • arrive at a science of the formalist kind that you get, for
    • Register, or something of the kind. That besides being a
    • a kind that lie deeper than forms of civilisation in city or
    • have they been in perfect agreement and the kind of
    • the civilisation of Europe every kind of thing from the
    • that kind of way.
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • today for those who call themselves civilised mankind.
    • is opened to us as by a kind of shock which breaks in upon
    • doubt a certain kind of knowledge is also attainable
    • had hitherto was a kind of tradition. With the last relics of
    • passes through mankind's historic evolution, but of which
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • must know what this signifies. It represents a kind of
    • the Maid of Orleans had to be kindled for a great historic
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • today for those who call themselves civilised mankind.
    • is opened to us as by a kind of shock which breaks in upon
    • doubt a certain kind of knowledge is also attainable
    • had hitherto was a kind of tradition. With the last relics of
    • passes through mankind's historic evolution, but of which
    • In a peculiar kind of vision, the Christ-Impulse manifested
    • must know what this signifies. It represents a kind of
    • the Maid of Orleans had to be kindled for a great historic
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • the Cosmos is differentiated. Were the kindly Moon not there
    • of this kind is absorbed? We are bound to say that for those
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • the Cosmos is differentiated. Were the kindly Moon not there
    • of this kind is absorbed? We are bound to say that for those
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • resurrection of mankind, the birth of the Spirit of
    • but in his heart the sunlight kindled spiritual jubilation,
    • actually as though a kind of death made its way into the
    • hearts of men, a kind of darkness, in contrast with the mood
    • as if the spiritual horizon were filled with all kinds of
    • this Light has been brought into the evolution of mankind
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • that mankind has a mission, what conception must we have of
    • Jesus was kindled!
    • emotions, all the vitality kindled in souls living in the
    • unique kind penetrated then into the hearts and souls of
    • must have some idea of the kind of life led by simple folk in
    • feeling for such things in our day but something of the kind
    • Plays. We then have a conception of mankind's belief in
    • a kind of applied technology; in the future there will either
    • Easter Festival of mankind is arrayed before our
    • told: There lies the hope for the future of mankind!
    • pledge of victory — the pledge that we, as mankind,
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • resurrection of mankind, the birth of the Spirit of
    • but in his heart the sunlight kindled spiritual jubilation,
    • actually as though a kind of death made its way into the
    • hearts of men, a kind of darkness, in contrast with the mood
    • as if the spiritual horizon were filled with all kinds of
    • this Light has been brought into the evolution of mankind
    • Impulse were to be kindled by the thought of the Christ
    • that mankind has a mission, what conception must we have of
    • Jesus was kindled!
    • emotions, all the vitality kindled in souls living in the
    • unique kind penetrated then into the hearts and souls of
    • must have some idea of the kind of life led by simple folk in
    • feeling for such things in our day but something of the kind
    • Plays. We then have a conception of mankind's belief in
    • a kind of applied technology; in the future there will either
    • Easter Festival of mankind is arrayed before our
    • told: There lies the hope for the future of mankind!
    • pledge of victory — the pledge that we, as mankind,
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    • evolution of mankind, and when with the help of Spiritual Science we
    • different kind of consciousness. In the chaotic medley of the dream
    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • also one day be verified. Thus we must look back, not only to a kind
    • again to mankind a last remnant of the Ancient Wisdom. And when in
    • the collective evolution of mankind. There can be no repetition of
    • resignation born of weakness, but there is another kind whereby man
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    • evolution of mankind, and when with the help of Spiritual Science we
    • different kind of consciousness. In the chaotic medley of the dream
    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • also one day be verified. Thus we must look back, not only to a kind
    • again to mankind a last remnant of the Ancient Wisdom. And when in
    • the collective evolution of mankind. There can be no repetition of
    • resignation born of weakness, but there is another kind whereby man
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    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • have knowledge of the kind I have described, the doctor will be a
    • by all kinds of physical methods, then it will of itself be the
    • grips with these so-called mental and psychical diseases by the kinds
    • in effect, this kind of illness arises from the fact that the
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    • centuries a longing has arisen among mankind for a democratic
    • have knowledge of the kind I have described, the doctor will be a
    • by all kinds of physical methods, then it will of itself be the
    • grips with these so-called mental and psychical diseases by the kinds
    • in effect, this kind of illness arises from the fact that the
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    • speech. In the historic evolution of mankind, speech, as we know,
    • cosmic Art of Song or Music from the other. Two kinds of spiritual
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • speech. In the historic evolution of mankind, speech, as we know,
    • cosmic Art of Song or Music from the other. Two kinds of spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • into mankind.
    • evolution there has existed some kind of Initiation Science, analogous,
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • a kind of sheath, merely an instrument for the purposes of earthly
    • — which was indeed a kind of innate knowledge of his true inner
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
    • mankind to-day.
    • mankind has fallen, stands before those who live in the third epoch
    • gradually to lead mankind to a divine consciousness, to a religious
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    • into mankind.
    • evolution there has existed some kind of Initiation Science, analogous,
    • experienced his own being in a kind of waking dream. He knew himself
    • a kind of sheath, merely an instrument for the purposes of earthly
    • — which was indeed a kind of innate knowledge of his true inner
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
    • mankind to-day.
    • mankind has fallen, stands before those who live in the third epoch
    • gradually to lead mankind to a divine consciousness, to a religious
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    • very time when the Christ united with earthly evolution, humankind
    • lost the kind of knowledge that might have enabled people to
    • the spiritual evolution of humanity, something was nurtured as a kind
    • preparation — humankind first needed to become acquainted with
    • what it was that inspired humankind in the ancient Mysteries. He
    • said that Christ sent the angels to humankind. Indeed, he said openly
    • These all united and formed humankind. It is possible to form such an
    • was, as it were, a kind of understanding of the Christ that went
    • concerning humankind. Not until now are we beginning again to
    • will thus be able to see how what humankind has lost can, with the
    • manifest? Imagine that Lucifer had never approached humankind, and
    • remained unaffected by the differences that exist among humankind.
    • significant that this is presented to humankind in particular
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • very time when the Christ united with earthly evolution, humankind
    • lost the kind of knowledge that might have enabled people to
    • the spiritual evolution of humanity, something was nurtured as a kind
    • preparation — humankind first needed to become acquainted with
    • what it was that inspired humankind in the ancient Mysteries. He
    • said that Christ sent the angels to humankind. Indeed, he said openly
    • These all united and formed humankind. It is possible to form such an
    • was, as it were, a kind of understanding of the Christ that went
    • concerning humankind. Not until now are we beginning again to
    • will thus be able to see how what humankind has lost can, with the
    • manifest? Imagine that Lucifer had never approached humankind, and
    • remained unaffected by the differences that exist among humankind.
    • significant that this is presented to humankind in particular
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    • itself a kind of spiritual essence, manifests itself in outer forms
    • can make the same kind of observation. Considering the matter with
    • one-dimensional being of this kind, and only partakes in
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • itself a kind of spiritual essence, manifests itself in outer forms
    • can make the same kind of observation. Considering the matter with
    • one-dimensional being of this kind, and only partakes in
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • mankind, not only in the field of knowledge but in the whole field of
    • strata of the earth all kinds of forms have been embedded,
    • still presents itself in a kind of lifeless condition. That is where
    • traced back to any kind of action by fire, but that everything we can
    • similar kinds of rock-material possible; but that through the
    • call “fatigue.” It is, in essence, a kind of destructive
    • only the differences in the kinds of rock or deep mining betray the
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • mankind, not only in the field of knowledge but in the whole field of
    • strata of the earth all kinds of forms have been embedded,
    • still presents itself in a kind of lifeless condition. That is where
    • traced back to any kind of action by fire, but that everything we can
    • similar kinds of rock-material possible; but that through the
    • call “fatigue.” It is, in essence, a kind of destructive
    • only the differences in the kinds of rock or deep mining betray the
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • of such thinking, and we are guided by it. Thus this kind of
    • way be altered thereby. Just as little can you perform any kind
    • connection, a kind of sub-earthly connection. This is how it
    • the conversation. Try to recall a conversation of this kind which has
    • pictures. In this respect life is kind to us, for the events of the
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • of such thinking, and we are guided by it. Thus this kind of
    • way be altered thereby. Just as little can you perform any kind
    • connection, a kind of sub-earthly connection. This is how it
    • the conversation. Try to recall a conversation of this kind which has
    • pictures. In this respect life is kind to us, for the events of the
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    • Es ist im Grunde genommen in dem kleinen Kinde, das uns
    • vorhanden, die der Mensch überhaupt in sich entwickelt. Das Kind
    • Zahnwechsel hin, verwendet das Kind die Gedankenkräfte zum
    • Beobachtung ergibt das ohne weiteres —, das ist beim Kinde
    • nur das zappelnde, sich bewegende Kind in den ersten Lebenswochen,
    • Sich-Bewegende, das ist von dem Kinde erst erworben dadurch, daß
    • es besteht ja die Entwickelung des kindlichen Lebens darinnen,
    • physische Dasein mitbringen. Beobachten Sie nur, wie das Kind
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    • Es ist im Grunde genommen in dem kleinen Kinde, das uns
    • vorhanden, die der Mensch überhaupt in sich entwickelt. Das Kind
    • Zahnwechsel hin, verwendet das Kind die Gedankenkräfte zum
    • Beobachtung ergibt das ohne weiteres —, das ist beim Kinde
    • nur das zappelnde, sich bewegende Kind in den ersten Lebenswochen,
    • Sich-Bewegende, das ist von dem Kinde erst erworben dadurch, daß
    • es besteht ja die Entwickelung des kindlichen Lebens darinnen,
    • physische Dasein mitbringen. Beobachten Sie nur, wie das Kind
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    • Passionate Love of Mankind (104 pp.)
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    • wrote Isis Unveiled, received a kind of Rosicrucian
    • Guidance of Man and of Mankind, the progress that has taken place
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    • soon have recourse to all kinds of pictures unconnected with
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    • process of evolution something of the kind really does take place in
    • existing conditions were immersed in a kind of twilight, in a sort of
    • resignation. We acquire a peculiar kind of spiritual insight into the
    • centre. In order that that which makes mankind of such immeasurable
    • must say: The future of mankind will certainly find the possibility,
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    • ancient Moon, we must bear in mind a different kind of development of
    • as a kind of longing. And what is this longing? We have just said
    • that it is a kind of willing, and whenever we investigate this
    • longing, we find that is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is
    • from that ancient stage of evolution, so do we inherit all kinds of
    • longings, all kinds of repressed wishes impossible to fulfil. It is
    • and would otherwise have been desolate--for boredom is also a kind of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and Mankind), as something
    • Prince of Homburg, who carried out all his great deeds in a kind of
    • longed for what cannot be given until our age. We feel a kind of
    • Science as being the redemption of mankind from that longing. This
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    • words: all philosophy, and all striving for a certain kind of human
    • What kind of learning would it be which found a place in our soul,
    • framed in wonder and the bliss of solved riddles: Any other kind of
    • any kind of reasoning. But a knowledge not framed by these two
    • humanity, appears as a kind of recapitulation of this peculiar
    • said, be renewed for an ample multitude of mankind. This means, that
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • man, the activity of the organs. The two kinds of warmth. Air and
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Introduction
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • takes place is simply a kind of increased streaming of the
    • different, for the liver has a very special kind of warmth
    • This is the reason why all kinds of apparently
    • kind of natural science from what is cultivated today. I will
    • process has gone and which has passed over into a kind of
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • kind of cavity were hollowed out in the organism and just as
    • anatomy and physiology you will find all kinds of indications
    • lens. The same kind of drawings are made of the eye. People
    • the days of Helmholz the ear, too, has almost become a kind
    • a sense organ of a different kind. The perceptive faculty of
    • to regard the heart as a kind of pump which drives the blood
    • knife and a razor I must go beyond this kind of examination.
    • observed in its whole nexus. Out of the kind of observation
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • from the periphery, from the cosmos. Taking these two kinds
    • these two kinds of forces, is necessary for each organ in the
    • what kind of process the substance is involved — a
    • approximately, lies where the hairs grow in a kind of vortex
    • perverted instincts of this kind — and there are
    • a kind of rebound and the magnesium forces are used for the
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • tried to give you an outline of the kind of knowledge that
    • would need considerable time. The kind of knowledge I have
    • realize quite clearly that medicine is a very special kind of
    • and wants to set up a business or something of the kind. He
    • dead kind of knowledge. There must be constant, rhythmic
    • of the plants gives rise to a kind of longing in the
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting, a kind of change must take
    • person who gives himself up to all kinds of vague
    • be said is that botanists picture some kind of force in
    • airy, but let the warmth remain, so that you have a kind of
    • which one may experience all kinds of inner shocks and
    • content with observation of the ordinary kind, for this makes
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • same kind of knowledge that we apply to something that is
    • organization within the warmth ether. Every other kind of
    • ether, we find that there are two kinds of warmth. The warmth
    • deny himself and use, for himself, other kinds of healing.
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • profession. This kind of healing really cannot be made into a
    • the whole human being from the kind of hair he has.
    • today. The latter kind of knowing does not go very deeply
    • books and they have shown me all kinds of things. They have
    • bring about a kind of healing in yourself in advance,
    • suited to preach a materialistic kind of possession.
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • But these two kinds of forces are counter to each other. In
    • to do is find our way into this kind of perception. You see,
    • but in a kind of demonic counterpart.
    • in a kind of pale bluish-red light. And in that moment I know
    • Through these two kinds of forces in curative eurythmy the
    • kinds of things may be wrong and so be the cause of it. But
    • you a few days ago and have given today, as a kind of
    • his belief that it would be the usual kind of superficial
    • make the link in full confidence with the true kind of
    • I wanted to say to you as a kind of warning. Then things will
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • sphere and to generate all kinds of configurations within
    • two atoms. All kinds of things are imagined to form
    • write down the word Menschenkind. This word is taken
    • Menschenkind reminds you of a Menschenkind
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • other kind of meditations are concerned it would be good if
    • ordinary theologians). All kinds of people are looking and
    • different kind of knowledge from the educator — a
    • rather different kind only. It is necessary for educators to
    • know what kind of healing process might be capable of
    • description of this kind is quite inadequate; is not of the
    • that this kind of attitude cannot make clocks, for if it
    • about by the kind of studies that are pursued at the
    • all kinds of things, especially in diagnosis, often gives
    • Bavarian Alps who used to perform all kinds of orthopedic
    • modern methods of study. The true kind of medical studies
    • the mind with all kinds of impossible things. In modern
    • patient comes. But what is lacking is the kind of thinking
    • kinds of eczema which it was easy to diagnose. But nothing
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • the other two kinds of forces immediately begin to work on it
    • not only circle around the earth, but there are all kinds of
    • Atlantean epoch the human being was a kind of jellyfish. This
    • life in general today, we have, if I may put it so, two kinds
    • kind who were thus externalized in their previous life. They
    • they had no interest of this kind in their life between death
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • justification, you feel a kind of inner opposition. There are
    • in Europe, a kind of primitive spiritual life was prevailing
    • (1561–1626) and with his kind of thinking which was
    • must be known or mankind will go to pieces.
    • If you permeate yourselves with this kind of consciousness
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • Between these two extremes there are all kinds of
    • of a kind that is controllable) to assume forms belonging to
    • In des Kindes Alter,
    • Und des Kindes Alter In die Jugend Zeit.
    • it?—the whole of his skin would be covered with a kind
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • Der dem Kinde mit dem Reifen
    • through the right kind of inner concentration it is good to
    • 7. Question about the kind of injections.
    • and astral environment in an irregular way as a kind of a
    • questions of this kind depend upon the particular
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • all kinds of ideas about the way the cosmos is constituted.
    • imagine that this occurs as if some kind of fluid would move
    • kinds of forces in it everywhere and in this way you
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • the air organism. But — still another kind of Ether by
    • kind of inflammatory condition. In other ways too, dreams
    • life, and we can certainly speak of a kind of lower knowledge
    • solid body. This kind of thinking studies the solid body
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • kind of slag heap in the universe. This is the picture of the
    • all this is that the only kind of anatomy in existence is
    • In our fluid organism, tone was kindled which now
    • consciousness of mankind. Our worldview today is based upon
    • mankind at the present time. But we are living in an age when
    • certain secrets will be restored to mankind — truths
    • Christ Mystery in connection with the Sun Mystery. All kinds
  • Title: Young Doctors Course: Bridge Lecture 3: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Happenings
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    • Nowhere else does Rudolf Steiner give the kind and
    • understood, that you are engaging in no kind of outward
    • insofar as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater
    • semblance, is kindled again to become reality of the
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    • of mankind. The mood and attitude of souls in the fifth
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    • the 15th century mankind has been living in the Age of
    • languages of mankind were so constituted that their inner
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    • of that kind; in his consciousness he was a thoroughly decent
    • made and he tried in all kinds of other ways — but he
    • one who is merely a head-man. The latter puts all kinds of
    • head-man of that kind on the one hand and Goethe on the
    • the evolution of future mankind. Then came the Archangeloi,
    • relationship to the Archai, the Primal Powers. A kind of
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    • one kind or another. And most important of all: they are not
    • in the evolution of mankind. For the
    • carried out by the Exousiai. Events of this kind do take
    • development of mankind.
    • the Gods have withdrawn from mankind.
    • experiences a kind of objective third, indeed the two thirds,
    • of mankind from the divine spiritual powers, the powers of
    • abstract way how mankind once upon a time succumbed to
    • and religious possession of mankind most certainly weighed
    • different must come to mankind today. By developing the
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    • mankind Whereas previously the Spirits of Form — those
    • side we may ask: What kind of European civilization would
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    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and Mankind
    • in essentials a kind of preparation for this very epoch, that
    • outstanding spiritual leaders of mankind are the Beings whom
    • the transition of mankind
    • from pedantic treatises and all kinds of a priori
    • What mankind
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    • imagery. People take pride in this kind of thinking which as
    • characteristic of this kind of perception is indicated by the
    • doubt of every kind. This is the cause of the great confusion
    • experienced a kind of inner revival. It was as though
    • were, a kind of space and what will some day be present
    • has a kind of head in front, a kind of hind-quarter, and
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    • of mankind. The mood and attitude of souls in the fifth
    • a man. Not that the people of those days engaged in any kind
    • the Mysteries of ancient India there was actually a kind of
    • as the caste system was a kind of schematic arrangement of
    • kind of weather was experienced, what natural phenomena were
    • astir, otherwise the ascent of mankind would not be possible.
    • grasp the meaning of the evolution of mankind and the world,
    • the way brought about by mankind itself.
    • they will take effect in life itself if mankind does not
    • importance of the soul-life of mankind, and on the other side
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    • as the pivot of the historical development of mankind.
    • spiritual world closed to mankind. Reasons for this.
    • Aristotle's idea of immortality. Mankind today
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    • Supersensible Influences in the History of Mankindwith special reference to cults in ancient Egypt and in later times
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    • more had been heard of the story, all kinds of plausible
    • kinds of conclusions from certain discrepancies between the
    • product of its kind since it is inspired by ancient
    • need only come along with all kinds of symbols and allegories
    • Ecumenical Council. But the majority of mankind will probably
    • will to kindle an awareness of certain impulses inherent in
    • order to awaken mankind to the true state of affairs. And in
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    • connected with the fact that in the course of time mankind
    • in olden times they were of immense importance to mankind,
    • various kinds were enacted in the Mysteries, but it is only
    • spiritual evolution of mankind.
    • his time — not because mankind has progressed since
    • mankind would seriously have to face the reality of death
    • significance of this guilt for mankind? It brought them
    • salvation. For had Christ not died upon the Cross mankind
    • Cross was the greatest boon bestowed upon mankind
    • And the heaviest guilt that mankind has taken
    • the world proved to be the salvation of mankind. Now we must
    • source of the salvation of mankind?
    • morality has no place. Mankind would have been unable to have
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    • to the historical evolution of mankind, that Christ, by His
    • event, speak of some kind of Universal Divine Being, but we
    • experienced a kind of loosening of the etheric body, which
    • Fall. Christ wished to save mankind in another way: he wished
    • wish that mankind should return to the time before the Fall,
    • brand. Now these are attitudes which mankind must learn to
    • be misled by all kinds of things which we readily accept in
    • and emotions of mankind as reflected in those who were
    • mankind with the negative characteristics it has developed
    • before mankind had the slightest inkling of it. They knew it
    • language which was once upon a time common to all mankind
    • everything depends upon the kind of bodies it can find in the
    • successive incarnations depends upon whether mankind has
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    • what will be experienced by mankind through this Mystery. A
    • time will come when it will be possible to reveal to mankind
    • moral, which permits them to reach a kind of compromise with
    • virtue of its nature, can reproduce its kind. He looked upon
    • reproduce its kind without fertilization; there would be no
    • the whole plant would reproduce its kind through
    • the services it has rendered to mankind, despite its great
    • Mankind would
    • to mankind. Even our thinking is subject to some extent to
    • of mankind. There will be a bitter struggle before the Christ
    • Impulse was bestowed upon mankind.
    • first powerful influence was given to mankind to see the
    • in. One section of mankind will adopt the measures referred
    • the social evolution of mankind and perhaps with good reason
    • rather unpopular passage we have to admit that mankind today
    • spiritual courage, a courage which mankind sorely needs
    • world, the consequence of the progressive decline of mankind,
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    • the historical development of mankind, a method which would
    • evolution of mankind during those centuries. And when a
    • designed to reproduce spontaneously its own kind by
    • history of mankind should be carefully excluded from the
    • mankind is no more, it has been appropriated by Imperial Rome
    • they should not look for the future well-being of mankind
    • between good and evil was implanted in mankind by a Spirit
    • particularly the specialists, convey to mankind a knowledge
    • mankind as a whole never realized the full significance of
    • occultism to adepts and charlatans. Mysticism of every kind
    • instinctively they seek to conceal from mankind the truth
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    • forces are not accessible to mankind today because people are
    • Impulse into the historical life of mankind was not merely an
    • occultism to adepts and charlatans. Mysticism of every kind
    • suspected of heresy, he was none the less regarded as a kind
    • of Church Father — had managed to set up a kind of
    • kind of frame to hold a much prized statue of Apollo and the
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    • great historical movements of mankind are governed by a
    • decided to make an experiment — not the kind of
    • his thought embraced all mankind. In the presence of a man
    • kind of argument against Christianity, against the historical
    • and mankind are not to suffer evolutionary decline. People
    • certainly lacking in intellectual courage! Mankind today is
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    • and for the future of mankind to realize that our
    • emperors also received initiation, though of a peculiar kind.
    • that was unprecedented in the history of mankind; unprecedented
    • partook of the Sacrament.” Now examples of this kind of
    • that man could attain to all kinds of psychic experiences
    • know, there occurred at this time a kind of fusion between
    • experience an inner intimation, a kind of modern renewal of
    • to establish a kind of continuation of the ancient principle
    • things pass unnoticed because mankind is asleep to them.
    • should be read by all who value a certain kind of thinking.
    • regarded to a certain extent as a kind of prophet; he became
    • what had been concealed from mankind by the nineteenth
    • and to mankind as a whole. They are a closed book to modern
    • is separated from the soul after death as a kind of second
    • whole of mankind, which would end war and racial hatred. I
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    • confronted by a totally different kind of humanity which was
    • ills. It is indeed remarkable how mankind today — but
    • which are necessary in order to rescue mankind from its
    • kind of organism? Where can one find something comparable in
    • are issued by all kinds of international organizations or
    • towards a kind of “socialization”, I do not mean
    • the risk. I could cite many other examples of a similar kind
    • the nation, so too the universality of mankind, the common
    • membership of all mankind that reaches to the Divine grows
    • bewails the fact that mankind has become empty and vapid,
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    • mankind had not been touched by the light of spiritual
    • illumination; that this was the normal condition of mankind
    • must distinguish between the prevailing spirit of mankind and
    • that which occurs here and there in the life of mankind and
    • mankind through atavistic clairvoyance, or from the later
    • rapid succession; meanwhile I remain passive and a kind of
    • indispensable to him; it was simply a kind of transition to
    • just touched upon were embodied in a kind of philosophical
    • treatise — the kind of treatise written by one who has
    • insight into the spiritual world, not the kind of treatise
    • appeared dressed in a kind of toga and the lappets were held
    • for mankind today, ideas which they must acquire by effort
    • operates. Mankind can only be the vehicle of the influx of
    • again accessible to mankind today. It is important to see
    • of history! It is evident that mankind is now caught up in a
    • stupidity. This crass stupidity is supported by all kinds of
    • inner experience that Christ reveals Himself to mankind. It
    • opposition to the true progress of mankind.
    • regard to different kinds of spirits; the state of souls
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    • after more and more knowledge of a kind that has seen its
    • kinds of things, but not the true spirit. Those souls
    • are guided by all kinds of forces of which they are
    • Suchomlinov. What kind of moments are these in world events
    • views on this Note, or asked the kind of question that should
    • fools. This is the kind of situation where people would see
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    • penetrated, studied and finally used to build all kinds of
    • all kinds of impulses based on wisdom at an instinctive level
    • works which attracted all kinds of comment, some sensible but
    • into reality. He was not the kind of superficial person who
    • Graeco-Latin times, this kind of development went only as far
    • energies and all kinds of impulses arising from the time
    • soon rose further and has become a kind of axis of rotation
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    • have the kind of illusion which arises from entirely
    • terms, with all kinds of political, social and other
    • this kind dominate the human race today in the widest
    • extremely logical and clever, developed by applying all kinds
    • You can easily put forward ideas of exactly this kind; people
    • the reasons and because of the kind of conditions we have
    • sent a kind of lexicon listing the names of writers.
    • body. People certainly do come to lectures of this kind,
    • listen in a kind of sleepy ecstasy; they are not really
    • but is perhaps doing so from some kind of purely personal
    • — when aberrations of this kind are far from uncommon.
    • does offer enormous opportunities for a kind of lazy outsider
    • time, with people whiling away the time by creating all kinds
    • All kinds of
    • if you will, get together and invent all kinds of gossip. I
    • all kinds of other things. One way of countering this would
    • of, will need quite a different kind of courage — inner
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    • in a kind of sleep state where these truths are concerned? As
    • also in human evolution. There are many different kinds of
    • work — if all spirits were of a kind to see to it that
    • things of this kind will be the goal of future human
    • eighteenth century onwards are of the same kind as those used
    • fellow human beings to use all kinds of creative powers on
    • though not from any kind of evil intent. According to one of
    • perfect, I am kind, I am someone who does not believe in
    • all kinds of authorities. To feel really good in the
    • who like to feel good in the way I have described. All kinds
    • kind of apology, that one should not, of course, imagine the
    • our civilization that they are still calling this kind of
    • ‘tawny beasts’ of the kind Nietzsche presented.
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    • Roman civilization, was a kind of recapitulation of what
    • will be all kinds of changes in development.
    • may bring up all kinds of echoes from the past. It is
    • determine size, growth, and all kinds of things by
    • doubt heard of all the nonsense we get now, with all kinds of
    • illness he has. So we get all kinds of treatises — on
    • example, would not have written the kinds of things he has
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    • nor the kind of nebulous ether people sometimes like to
    • about. The kind of thoughts you have to consider in this
    • respect are the kind you gain from the world you perceive
    • quality. The kind of thing you find in Roman history, and you
    • a modern philosopher, your normal kind of university
    • professor, were to have some kind of Inspiration
    • dream I have described is quite typical of that kind of
    • when states are the only kind of political structure, one
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    • kind of thing produced by someone who is not holding up a
    • not have other kinds of experiences as well, we would never
    • the kind of confusion I have mentioned. And so there must be
    • kind of period with regard to major world events as well as
    • Teachers in training are weighed down today with all kinds of
    • the way it is in reality. Not everyone will have the kind of
    • considered as communications of this kind. It is important to
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    • This kind of generalized philosophizing will get us nowhere
    • they come to this kind of conclusion. In the realm of dead
    • notices. Opinions of the kind that the war should not be
    • organism. This is the kind of thing people do when they use
    • kind of contradiction in which we find ourselves all the
    • — to different kinds of cells, the analogy is true and
    • scientific way, combining, abstracting and making all kinds
    • West and East with you from all kinds of different points of view,
    • through spiritual science, not the kind of mere satisfaction
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    • have considered all kinds of ideas which may explain the
    • kind play a much greater role today than materialists are
    • world is really a kind of projection, or shadow, of what
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    • kinds of societies may evolve, representing and demanding all
    • kinds of ideals, and yet nothing comes of it. There were
    • kinds of feelings and inner responses of which you are
    • all kinds of things, but the forces which are really at work
    • flying, from the entrails of animals and all kinds of other
    • Then, people would not have been able to think that the kind
    • twentieth century a kind of knowledge would radiate out which
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    • continue to be, to show from all kinds of different aspects
    • 1879 ahrimanic powers of a special kind descended from the
    • People even wanted to establish a kind of rational religion
    • all the time. They move around it in all kinds of directions.
    • two kinds of currents and we may call them Sun currents and
    • science is going. It is entering into all kinds of
    • all kinds of abstractions. People will need this science for
    • thoughtful and come from the heart. The kind of extract of
    • course, much easier to get together in all kinds of
    • — and other abstract formulations of this kind. Of
    • basis. Their ideas of this kind did not relate to reality,
    • investigations of this kind as something outside their sphere
    • do with any kind of reality. This does, of course, have quite
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    • definitions of this kind are generally accepted, and many of
    • spirits of darkness now walking among us are of the same kind
    • darkness, are related to these and are of a similar kind, but
    • so, they may have grey hair and wrinkles and all kinds of
    • physical body in all kinds of ways. It has to be understood
    • or nations, but relationships of a different kind.
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    • those years, and this was in all kinds of areas. We see a
    • all kinds of different spheres in life. Speculations on the
    • The kind of
    • old kind, will tomorrow or the day after be followed by a
    • peace of the old kind. You have to be very superficial to
    • convey. One has to use human words, and these have all kinds
    • sense of reality to see that this kind of thinking has a
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    • way with the human race. All kinds of things are falsely
    • front. Darwinian theory is entirely based on this kind of
    • truths are of the kind of which I have spoken before when I
    • kinds of relations that are said to exist between nations.
    • all kinds of connections, not just insurance companies, but
    • something which is cloaked in all kinds of slogans. And if
    • anthroposophy will promote some kind of reactionary or
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    • The joy which comes to meet us today ought to kindle in us the will
    • in order that mankind may learn to develop soul characteristics in
    • powers of the human being, which can kindle like fire everything in
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    • general age of mankind as a whole is
    • of 27. This has far-reaching consequences for mankind's
    • mankind's age had receded to 33 and therefore coincided
    • age. As the age of mankind receded, so did the experience of
    • mankind's evolution was an inherent necessity. Modern
    • of mankind. The concepts of spiritual science establish a
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    • realms that all mankind prior to our era had as a precious,
    • disaster one way or another to the whole of mankind. Steiner
    • the chronological age of mankind (as a whole) corresponds to
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    • Human Development, the Individual and the General Age of Mankind
    • Mankind's Life Periods
    • to focus our attention on a certain aspect of mankind's
    • possible in a certain sense to compare mankind's evolution as
    • to the conclusion that a certain section of mankind's
    • mankind's evolution as a whole follows a course similar to
    • life of the individual human being corresponds to mankind's
    • speak of mankind becoming older; curiously enough one must
    • say mankind becomes ever younger, that it goes back towards
    • as the Egyptian-Chaldean epoch. Now mankind's age as a whole
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. In this epoch mankind as a whole
    • mankind's evolution, his spirit-soul being's dependence on
    • Graeco-Latin culture by virtue of mankind's evolution in
    • coincided so exactly with mankind's evolution as a whole
    • kind of environment. Brentano rightly recognized that this
    • mind that during this epoch mankind in general passed through
    • with mankind unavoidably becoming younger and younger, then
    • reached the middle of life. As mankind in general attained no
    • kind of spiritual world. That is why it is of such immense
    • age of 33 which at that time was also the age of mankind. At
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    • lecture we began to consider aspects of mankind's
    • kind in external nature. However, during lowered states of
    • awareness of the spirit of the cosmos; one kind he
    • Chaldean-Egyptian epoch. Mankind's general age dropped to
    • epoch mankind's age corresponded to that of individual man
    • of mankind, 35, he still had imaginative knowledge of the Christ
    • chronology began, mankind's age was about 33. Man's
    • what was lost from consciousness. Just as mankind's age
    • fifth post-Atlantean epoch. Mankind's age dropped to 28 and
    • live at the time when mankind's general age is about 27.
    • century. In that epoch mankind's general age corresponded to
    • Already mankind's age is one year less; because of this, the
    • He is concerned about the kind of issues often discussed in our
    • found what mankind so sorely needs. Like so many others who
    • this kind. However, Robert Scheu does feel very strongly that
    • producing thoughts, but these thoughts are of the kind I have
    • These kinds of expressions one meets with everywhere. But
    • via all kinds of inquiries. In any case, to make inquiries is
    • mankind's evolution. Just imagine how fruitful spiritual
    • kinds of ridiculous situations. This becomes very obvious
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    • mankind's post-Atlantean evolution to work upon us awakens
    • Atlantean catastrophe, mankind's age was 56 and that by now
    • Man no longer knows what kind of spiritual entities, what
    • kind of spiritual beings live in the elements of the earth.
    • mankind's age dropped to between 48 and 42. During this
    • did not attain the kind of wisdom he had attained in the
    • changed; mankind had been truly driven from the spiritual
    • place mankind's age had dropped to 33; man's natural
    • essential was the Christ Spirit's entry into mankind's
    • mankind's age receded to 33, Christ had to come from other
    • mankind's evolution and the Mystery of Golgotha. Science of
    • a concrete grasp of the spiritual world and thereby rekindles
    • Gospels is not lost to mankind even if there never was a
    • succumb to the kind of abstractions I have described because
    • detected; all kinds of incompetence may be practiced. The
    • the engineer who built it. When misfortune overtakes mankind
    • incapable of intervening in events, then one blames all kinds
    • that man develop a sense for the kind of thoughts that do
    • kind of concepts and ideas capable of bringing order into
    • be devised, beautiful political speeches held about all kinds
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    • of a fork-shaped rod, made of certain kinds of wood such as
    • an indication of a higher kind of human capability. On the
    • soul impulses of a kind not perceptible to the ordinary
    • significance that people of this kind, capable of treating a
    • Various kinds of spirits move in
    • my disciples. Socrates felt something of this kind. (p.
    • muddled religious thinking conjures up all kinds of
    • mixed with all kinds of antagonistic feelings.
    • the kind of thing one is up against.
    • runs in our veins and constitutes a kind of memory, then that
    • own descriptions of how he has attended all kinds of
    • to write a book which is simply an elaboration of all kinds
    • the professor wrote it in a kind of trance and that is the
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    • mankind's future depends upon a new understanding taking hold
    • work in mankind's evolution at any given time take effect
    • problematic. He was not the kind of philosopher one usually
    • that their meaning began to fade from mankind's historical
    • consciously strive to solve. In fact, the whole of mankind,
    • external aspects. His parents we must visualize as good, kind
    • that he develops tendencies that are noble and kind, and he
    • impulse directly to the kinds of issues we are continually
    • mankind. Can that really be said to be a Christian view? I
    • taking place now and the unreal concepts and views mankind
    • into mankind's future. Franz Brentano is an extremely
    • interesting personality, but he did not achieve the kind of
    • Mystery of Golgotha, before mankind's age had receded to the
    • Since then mankind's age has dropped to 32, then 31, later 30
    • enter into such questions. What mankind is strongly in need
    • about what mankind most sorely needs. Whenever possible turn
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    • turn to the kind of guidance to be found in the writings of
    • realize that it is by no means easy to find the kind of ideas
    • observations of a different kind, must become able to enter
    • about are the kinds of thoughts that either depict external
    • together. It is important that we ponder the kind of deeper
    • What kind of
    • other things. The clergyman, being a kind person, wanted to
    • discover in such opinions the kind of hidden connections in
    • This kind of
    • kind of connection one must look for in life. If one is to
    • discover links that are less obvious, one must seek the kind
    • Bernstein through some kind of inner force of attraction.
    • seek out the kind of connections I described earlier, in
    • as they are not the kind one is apt to stumble across.
    • believe the I is a kind of substantial something
    • possibility exists to kindle in him awareness of the
    • it easy to enter into the kinds of things I have explained
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    • the secret of mankind's present age. I described how man,
    • Indian epoch, at the beginning of which mankind's age was 56.
    • know, during that epoch the age of mankind receded from 56 to
    • following, the ancient Persian epoch, mankind's age receded
    • mankind's age had receded to 33, Christ Jesus, aged 33,
    • united Himself with mankind. That moment the Mystery of
    • mankind continues to recede. As you know, since the fifteenth
    • epoch. When it began, the age of mankind was 28 and by now
    • shadowy in this one unless through inner impulses of the kind
    • unless we develop the kind of living concepts of which we
    • what makes us into the kind of 27-year-olds that correspond
    • to freedom. He must kindle in himself interest for those
    • does not develop impulses of the kind that enable, not only
    • refuses to participate in mankind's further evolution. As he
    • does not kindle spiritual impulses in himself, he cannot
    • mankind's further progress. All that he does bring is
    • demonstrated in practice what it means that mankind is in
    • could gain from life in the present. Life had also kindled in
    • at him the kind of abuse they at present are reserving for
    • and mankind aged 27. However, the time came for his 1909
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    • mankind as a whole. This kind of truth is also an active
    • possible to imagine, unless people turn to the kind of
    • is a short description of some kind, a book perhaps, that in
    • usually referred to as “Eduard von Hartmann's kind of
    • of the same kind are excluded are physical bodies. Thus the
    • to kindle in you a feeling for the fact that whatever we look
    • kind of dreamy, mystical attitude, just as there is now in
    • called a specific kind of superstition which does not exist
    • East it will seem an absurdity that a theory of this kind,
    • connection with laws governing the evolution of mankind and
    • contributed to the furtherance of mankind's evolution. He
    • are not of a kind that can be brushed aside with trivial
    • bug has that kind of connection too, though in its own
    • this which pours over mankind like some dreadful deluge. Many
    • Education of Mankind,
    • him while contemplating the consecutive epochs in mankind's
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    • here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • of mankind; and in various ways through the years we have seen how
    • evolution depicted in myths and history is a kind of preparation for
    • just this kind of human decision making. As I said, we do not want to
    • in a lecture that I held many years ago in Mannheim that mankind, in
    • mankind in terms of this moral fall of man, we today must think about
    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • If we look back into the development of mankind, we see that human
    • development of mankind on earth. But the fall must be made right
    • when the highest ideal of mankind must be the spiritual raising of
    • ourselves out of sin. Without this, the development of mankind
    • incarnated into an earthly body as a being of a higher kind.
    • kind of little cosmos of molecules and atoms.
    • will disappear. Now of course our opponents will say all kinds of
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    • here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • of mankind; and in various ways through the years we have seen how
    • evolution depicted in myths and history is a kind of preparation for
    • just this kind of human decision making. As I said, we do not want to
    • in a lecture that I held many years ago in Mannheim that mankind, in
    • mankind in terms of this moral fall of man, we today must think about
    • an ideal of mankind: about the rectifying of the fall of man along a
    • If we look back into the development of mankind, we see that human
    • development of mankind on earth. But the fall must be made right
    • when the highest ideal of mankind must be the spiritual raising of
    • ourselves out of sin. Without this, the development of mankind
    • incarnated into an earthly body as a being of a higher kind.
    • kind of little cosmos of molecules and atoms.
    • will disappear. Now of course our opponents will say all kinds of
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
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    • calculation for practical purposes; and a kind of algebra,
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    • the most varied kinds, which, in their present way of
    • mathematical and mechanical kind. No doubts of any kind exist
    • is a kind of balancing system which preserves the rhythm.
    • geometry, and see what countless ideas of every kind are
    • the molecular structure to which to apply this kind of
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • into the kind of connection with these facts the very realm
    • mathematical-mechanical is brought into some kind of relation
    • kind of ‘inclination’ (?) — it cancels out
    • mankind.
    • What kind of life predominates in the Tropical? There it is
    • in the temperate zones we shall have to look for a kind of
    • points to a working of the solar life upon mankind in a
    • course of the day we are also concerned with a kind
    • course, but as regards the life of mankind as a whole it is
    • asthmatic conditions and general ill-health, a kind of
    • himself. In man we have a kind of meeting of what comes
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • with a far freer kind of outlook.
    • covering a given region of the Earth, is a kind of
    • converse with the outer world, so too it is a kind of
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    • is a mere preconceived idea. Prejudices of this kind enter
    • Hill. He had founded a kind of Cabaret and wanted to read his
    • means that in going back you come into a kind of chaos. You
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    • must today insert a kind of interlude, for we shall then
    • development of the individual embryo is a kind of shortened
    • insert a kind of general reflection. As I have often pointed
    • the outer surface of a skull-bone. This means a kind of
    • kind of experience in relation to the outer world.)
    • of mankind, unless we regard it from the point of view of the
    • kind of thing which people nowadays desire.
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    • the evolution of mankind on Earth we must surely find
    • mankind itself to indicate ways of access to the secrets of
    • in the evolution of mankind in the realm where human
    • what was going on within civilized mankind.
    • what is going on in the life of mankind and the phenomena in
    • ‘end-points’ do not represent the kind of times
    • evolution of the life of knowledge in mankind, one is aware
    • of mankind at that time. It showed itself in other domains of
    • in the life and civilization of mankind, we have been looking
    • intellectual judgments — the kind of judgment which we
    • therefore how the inner evolution of mankind undergoes
    • view of mankind's evolution upon Earth will imagine that the
    • how different the spiritual configuration of mankind tends to
    • a kind of ‘Polarization’ (giving the word its
    • that deep stirring of the spiritual life in mankind, the
    • of mankind — beyond the second or third millennium BC
    • to make an unkind remark, my dear friends, but we do here
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    • again and again. The harm that is done by the wrong kinds of
    • have precisely the same kind of inner activity as in our
    • us. We have the same kind of experience in our mental
    • Ice-Age. Self-consciousness was kindled. Again and again the
    • back then to a kind of interplay between the Earth and its
    • in our ordinary life today, is only kindled in us in the
    • last Ice-Age from what it afterwards became. This is the kind
    • of our Euclidean Mathematics would be at most a kind of
    • of a kind of natural selection. Then as the radical
    • attribute the genesis of heavenly bodies to a kind of natural
    • question is whether this kind of investigation can do justice
    • indeed a kind of qualitative Mathematics. How, then, shall we
    • understood in terms of quite another kind of space —
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    • with the inner evolution of man and of mankind. This too, I
    • celestial space may be. These are the kind of things we must
    • through the Ice-Ages. We saw that the special kind of
    • dimmer kind of life. We carry in our head a rhythmic life. We
    • is an indication of the same kind of change in the plant
    • the kind of explanations which often tend to arise, where
    • appear like judges to chastise mankind. Yet in the early 19th
    • — forces opposite in kind to those to which we usually
    • characterizing the different kinds of force. And we now see,
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    • meet with other instances of this kind. I will only draw your
    • another kind of circle, which must be thought of in the other
    • offers, — to extend to what is qualitative the kind of
    • same way as is usually done with light. The result is a kind
    • arising out of this. Suppose we have here some kind of
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    • the tubular bone as a kind of inversion of the world
    • entirely adapted to the mineral kingdom. Take the kind of
    • that they are a picture of the kind of calculations used in
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    • World on this, the customary kind of interpretation. As we
    • must bring in the evolution of man and of mankind. In a word,
    • kind of qualitative mathematics, learned from the human form
    • question now is, what are we to make of these two kinds of
    • lead towards any kind of interpretation of the
    • justified in saying: There is an open Lemniscate of this kind
    • other hand of the whole evolution of mankind on Earth. Bear
    • evolution of mankind in soul and spirit. There is the vault
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    • a resultant of some other kind of movements. To this
    • imagine it as some kind of ideal mean. If we now carry the
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    • of mankind's spiritual outlook — though it is difficult
    • circle. Movements of this kind he attributes to Saturn,
    • kind of reasoning by which it is maintained, I think you will
    • empirical reality outside us. He took his start from a kind
    • some kind? I put the question to you: Is it only fantasy,
    • But it took time, this eduction of mankind; it evidently had
    • mankind. What Dr. Stein has written for example in his book,
    • means toward the education of mankind; then only do we
    • above all, mankind gets free of the outer reality. And in
    • Nature in all their variedness of form and kind.
    • two things and of different kind before us: on the one hand
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    • mathematical or kindred figures what has in fact been
    • to this question we must once more compare the kind of
    • outlook which under-lay the Ptolemaic system and the kind
    • the two kinds of phenomenon we see two aspects of a single
    • and kind of substance. And now I can go further. The space
    • direct; today it is a kind of echo, inherited from then. Here
    • on it, yet you may well conceive a kind of ideal
    • plant, there is created in him in all reality a kind of ideal
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    • Geometry of a higher kind. Thence we may gain an idea of
    • try to get a picture of the kind of think involved. We did
    • different kinds of branches. Then there will also be the
    • of two kinds of space. One of them, with the ordinary three
    • there was a limit of quite another kind (dotted circle in
    • kind of ideas you should develop to an adequate extent. In a
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    • kinds: those that work radially and those which we must think
    • respect of these two kinds of spatial movement. The movements
    • a horizontal surface with a certain kind of metabolic
    • kind of thing so much neglected in the Science of today. They
    • declare: This is a kind of knife, therefore the same function
    • well-known to as to its spatial relations. This is the kind
    • so as to get quite different kinds of experiments, in which
    • for with the old kind of experiment we should never get
    • surmounted when fresh kinds of experiment are made. I mean
    • this kind for one' s own inner training, one has no other
    • course therefore in a radial direction. It may be a kind of
    • picture which will enable you to bring some kind of synthesis
    • sense of the word, to unfold a kind of qualitative
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    • indeed a kind of reagent for the relations of movement of Sun
    • grows upward, a kind of invisible plant-formation grows down
    • kind. As the plant grows away from the Earth, so have we to
    • — endowed, one and all, with a kind of
    • general. Here too we reach a kind of qualitative valuation of
    • evolution of mankind suffered a certain break in the life of
    • too, in the evolution of mankind the natural aspect and the
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    • and negative the kind of matter for example (or if you will, the
    • kind of spirituality) which Anthroposophy describes as the
    • which it grew. Only there has it the kind or totality which
    • and kind. The one comes from the centre of the Sun, towards
    • two kinds of matter, which do not immediately balance-out as
    • not adapt itself to the air quickly enough, a kind of inner
    • we must do, as I said before, is to devise new kinds of
    • representing a Science of this kind to the outer world the
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    • human consciousness in general, as a kind of ideal for man's striving
    • attaining mankind's goal in the evolution of the earth. To-day it is
    • observes Nature and thinks, is an unprejudiced conception. All kinds of
    • as a heresy. Something that is forced upon mankind for centuries
    • the knowledge of human pre-existence, another kind of natural science
    • the fall of mankind was responsible for the veto on all thoughts concerning
    • positively shows something that is pushing mankind below its level.
    • the early Middle Ages there were all kinds of traditions consisting
    • scientist, mankind has now become sleepy, and does not even
    • knowledge of Nature is not only a theory; the fall and decay of mankind,
    • that the consciousness of mankind has changed in the course of time.
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    • human consciousness in general, as a kind of ideal for man's striving
    • attaining mankind's goal in the evolution of the earth. To-day it is
    • observes Nature and thinks, is an unprejudiced conception. All kinds of
    • as a heresy. Something that is forced upon mankind for centuries
    • the knowledge of human pre-existence, another kind of natural science
    • the fall of mankind was responsible for the veto on all thoughts concerning
    • positively shows something that is pushing mankind below its level.
    • the early Middle Ages there were all kinds of traditions consisting
    • scientist, mankind has now become sleepy, and does not even
    • knowledge of Nature is not only a theory; the fall and decay of mankind,
    • that the consciousness of mankind has changed in the course of time.
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    • importance of Anthroposophy for present and future mankind will only
    • connected with the plants sink into a kind of sleeping condition
    • power of the Sun, celebrate a kind of ecstasy of their lower forces.
    • mankind through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • with the whole spiritual evolution of mankind. What men have established
    • fifth epoch is a kind of repetition of the third, the
    • duty to safeguard mankind against fallacy. If it is insisted that
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    • importance of Anthroposophy for present and future mankind will only
    • connected with the plants sink into a kind of sleeping condition
    • power of the Sun, celebrate a kind of ecstasy of their lower forces.
    • mankind through dreamlike clairvoyance.
    • with the whole spiritual evolution of mankind. What men have established
    • fifth epoch is a kind of repetition of the third, the
    • duty to safeguard mankind against fallacy. If it is insisted that
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • plants are nothing but a kind of sense organ for the earth organism,
    • single plant has a kind of soul. This is just as superstitious as
    • be on guard and not succumb to all kinds of mystical speculations
    • succumb to all kinds of fantasies, for here outer science has
    • believes that this is a matter of a kind of sense perception by
    • compared with a kind of eye, are spread out over the plants, but the
    • dependent on the sun. The human being does not undergo the kinds of
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • plants are nothing but a kind of sense organ for the earth organism,
    • single plant has a kind of soul. This is just as superstitious as
    • be on guard and not succumb to all kinds of mystical speculations
    • succumb to all kinds of fantasies, for here outer science has
    • believes that this is a matter of a kind of sense perception by
    • compared with a kind of eye, are spread out over the plants, but the
    • dependent on the sun. The human being does not undergo the kinds of
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    • on the part of mankind as a whole, before man ever entered
    • Already in the 1780's he had set up a kind of private
    • kind of symbolic treatment of the mathematical, and indeed,
    • connected with the evolution of mankind. As I have often
    • times, man received forces which have been lost to mankind
    • changed, and greatly so. Mankind to-day is not exposed to
    • just as in ancient times they led to Luciferic. Mankind
    • mankind. Yet this very truth is beating against the doors of
    • life from these extreme aberrations of mankind, — the
    • Christ-force entered the evolution of mankind. ‘In
    • are intimately connected with the evolution of mankind. The
    • evolution of mankind is calling out to be recognized in its
    • mankind at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha, and from
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    • introduce some kind of connection between the human soul and
    • working of mankind, is subject to a certain law of historic
    • evolve once more. It is necessary for mankind that we should
    • mankind needs is, above all, this widening of the sphere of
    • the inspiring Holy Spirit kindles the eternal Word —
    • all-embracing Wisdom which becomes Teaching for mankind, and
    • mankind, to stop short at the old, because humanity can with
    • almost overcome with pity for poor mankind, when men are
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    • may truly say, is the other kind of Mystery, — that
    • associated with Fire, this kind of Mystery is associated with
    • kind of Mysticism — that is, the experience in
    • regained by mankind in course of the 5th post-Atlantean
    • that very time the whole of mankind, with that portion of the
    • were not Star-Mysteries, but rather a kind of Christmas
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind,
    • we may ask: How could a primeval wisdom of mankind — so
    • Mankind would have had to remain in their old state of
    • still be necessary for poor mankind of to-day to find its
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • feeling of sorrow upon that part of mankind which is still led by
    • The West kindled
    • meaning. The great impression made upon mankind by the star
    • reality); the Greeks yearned for a kind of redemption in human
    • grasp this by looking upon it as a kind of prophecy that one day
    • Mankind went through a great change in the course of twelve
    • earthly existence of mankind, Jupiter completed his planetary
    • measure in which mankind has lost the spiritual from the
    • conception of Maya. Mankind reached Maya, the external Maya. The
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • feeling of sorrow upon that part of mankind which is still led by
    • The West kindled
    • meaning. The great impression made upon mankind by the star
    • reality); the Greeks yearned for a kind of redemption in human
    • grasp this by looking upon it as a kind of prophecy that one day
    • Mankind went through a great change in the course of twelve
    • earthly existence of mankind, Jupiter completed his planetary
    • measure in which mankind has lost the spiritual from the
    • conception of Maya. Mankind reached Maya, the external Maya. The
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    • Mankind
    • as a kind of statue of his past. These powers thus pursue
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    • Mankind
    • as a kind of statue of his past. These powers thus pursue
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    • the future could be interpreted by a kind of second sight which
    • through a kind of self-training which leads to similar
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • the future could be interpreted by a kind of second sight which
    • through a kind of self-training which leads to similar
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • of what kind is this conception? It is one which we have
    • always exist in this form in mankind's historical evolution.
    • The essential thing in the development of mankind is that in
    • consider mankind in general, or the initiates and the Mysteries
    • the world was a nebula, a kind of physical structure. Out of it
    • cosmologies: they will enable you to picture mankind's historical
    • as a kind of straggler, even in more recent times. In historical
    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • the situation of present-day mankind from the standpoint of
    • ordinary consciousness: consequently mankind is threatened by a
    • must in future enter the life of mankind is that the divine
    • ensured, even as the pagan cosmogonies spoke of mankind's
    • his being must pass through a kind of resurrection.
    • the course of mankind's outer development.
    • modern development of mankind is thus connected on the one hand
    • Modern mankind must find it, if it wants to come out of the
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • of what kind is this conception? It is one which we have
    • always exist in this form in mankind's historical evolution.
    • The essential thing in the development of mankind is that in
    • consider mankind in general, or the initiates and the Mysteries
    • the world was a nebula, a kind of physical structure. Out of it
    • cosmologies: they will enable you to picture mankind's historical
    • as a kind of straggler, even in more recent times. In historical
    • He should really feel that mankind's historical development is
    • the situation of present-day mankind from the standpoint of
    • ordinary consciousness: consequently mankind is threatened by a
    • must in future enter the life of mankind is that the divine
    • ensured, even as the pagan cosmogonies spoke of mankind's
    • his being must pass through a kind of resurrection.
    • the course of mankind's outer development.
    • modern development of mankind is thus connected on the one hand
    • Modern mankind must find it, if it wants to come out of the
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • living only as a kind of chemical combination of lifeless
    • because mankind has left behind the stages of childhood.
    • of mankind's modern development. We must grasp that man separated
    • light of knowledge which could be kindled within him came to him
    • something divine. But this Greek feeling was of such a kind that
    • myself. I have to pass through a kind of catharsis, cleanse
    • from a kind of alien position, as it were, to a transcendental
    • Golgotha met this mood which had arisen in mankind. God the
    • kindle in his soul. Man should again bring into his ideas the
    • refuse it for many reasons, because these kinds of truths were
    • to emerge from the rest of mankind as small groups forming a kind
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • living only as a kind of chemical combination of lifeless
    • because mankind has left behind the stages of childhood.
    • of mankind's modern development. We must grasp that man separated
    • light of knowledge which could be kindled within him came to him
    • something divine. But this Greek feeling was of such a kind that
    • myself. I have to pass through a kind of catharsis, cleanse
    • from a kind of alien position, as it were, to a transcendental
    • Golgotha met this mood which had arisen in mankind. God the
    • kindle in his soul. Man should again bring into his ideas the
    • refuse it for many reasons, because these kinds of truths were
    • to emerge from the rest of mankind as small groups forming a kind
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    • what exists in the earth's environment, we would need a kind of
    • human being would then perceive are the earth's different kinds
    • objects of every kind, so perceptions of the metals rise up to
    • condition. There is always a kind of vibration between the
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
    • historical sense of pleasure when we see that Goethe had a kind
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • what exists in the earth's environment, we would need a kind of
    • human being would then perceive are the earth's different kinds
    • objects of every kind, so perceptions of the metals rise up to
    • condition. There is always a kind of vibration between the
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
    • historical sense of pleasure when we see that Goethe had a kind
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    • with, of such a kind that no moral thoughts can be brought into
    • in a kind of death through heat.
    • some kind of support for his moral and religious life, he turns
    • knowledge of the kind described to you. But a modern human being
    • kind that we feel ourselves living passively within it — in
    • a social order of this kind we shall find those living forces
    • spiritual science can thus kindle the religious-Christian life;
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    • This English edition is published in agreement with, and the kind
    • with, of such a kind that no moral thoughts can be brought into
    • in a kind of death through heat.
    • some kind of support for his moral and religious life, he turns
    • knowledge of the kind described to you. But a modern human being
    • kind that we feel ourselves living passively within it — in
    • a social order of this kind we shall find those living forces
    • spiritual science can thus kindle the religious-Christian life;
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    • kindled in us when we encounter certain people in the physical
    • seeks to pave the way to this same kind of certainty. It can
    • the world development should first be grasped through a kind of
    • show that the earth will end through a kind of death by heat, but
    • man to a kind of paralyzation of his forces. We really learn to
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    • kindled in us when we encounter certain people in the physical
    • seeks to pave the way to this same kind of certainty. It can
    • the world development should first be grasped through a kind of
    • show that the earth will end through a kind of death by heat, but
    • man to a kind of paralyzation of his forces. We really learn to
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    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • greatness uniting mankind, however disunited it may be as regards all
    • time the Christ descended from those worlds to which mankind belongs,
    • Christmas had first to conquer mankind. And it conquered the people
    • painfully on mankind are mentioned by Haeckel, but naturally with the
    • that some wise Providence — a kindly God — rules the
    • the kind moves and lives in the whole world. So we must be resigned
    • represents on the stage of history clearly for all mankind, the story
    • effects which we must conceive as bringing healing to mankind.
    • something healing for mankind in the future, from what springs up out
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    • ever separate mankind on earth. Thus the thought of Christ Jesus is a
    • greatness uniting mankind, however disunited it may be as regards all
    • time the Christ descended from those worlds to which mankind belongs,
    • Christmas had first to conquer mankind. And it conquered the people
    • painfully on mankind are mentioned by Haeckel, but naturally with the
    • that some wise Providence — a kindly God — rules the
    • the kind moves and lives in the whole world. So we must be resigned
    • represents on the stage of history clearly for all mankind, the story
    • effects which we must conceive as bringing healing to mankind.
    • something healing for mankind in the future, from what springs up out
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    • year as Christmas approaches, we must think of the kind of feelings
    • kind of Christmas plays that I have already pointed to. Only a few
    • approached with a certain kind of sacred modesty, with great
    • placing a manger in some kind of side altar in this or that church.
    • kind of mystery mood or something similar did not immediately
    • that can be proven to be related in any way to some kind of wise
    • believing in any kind of beneficent providence or wise guidance of
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    • year as Christmas approaches, we must think of the kind of feelings
    • kind of Christmas plays that I have already pointed to. Only a few
    • approached with a certain kind of sacred modesty, with great
    • placing a manger in some kind of side altar in this or that church.
    • kind of mystery mood or something similar did not immediately
    • that can be proven to be related in any way to some kind of wise
    • believing in any kind of beneficent providence or wise guidance of
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    • of mankind as human love were seen to be concentrated within
    • impart to mankind?’ External materialistic history
    • enter more exactly into the whole evolution of mankind,
    • the Africa of to-day. A kind of union of these two wanderings
    • kind of whirlpool.
    • evolution. (The men who had this kind of clairvoyance were
    • affecting the whole future of mankind. Thus in speaking of
    • soul-life of mankind.
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    • his two pupils revelations of a very different kind.
    • certain kind of knowledge, one closely connected with the
    • some nation, or a large part of mankind, having reached a
    • the events relating to mankind's history were myths
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    • from what comes from it to-day. There was at first a kind of
    • different kind. When the earth first came into existence in
    • the consciousness of mankind, his inward life continued
    • teachers of mankind could communicate true wisdom in no other
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    • external Science, it is not wise to consider every other kind
    • matter is absolutely clear; we have to recognize here a kind
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    • evolution of mankind and those who guide it.
    • mankind. From the spiritual worlds they infuse into humanity
    • kind of Folk-spirit from out the inner organism of Abraham in
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    • continuation of a kind of occult training that had existed
    • conscious of his connection with the rest of mankind. He
    • In this document which has endured as a kind of apocryphal
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    • develop independently in mankind. This fact must be
    • faculties pass into mankind as a whole.
    • of the ancient Mysteries mankind as a whole was not
    • accomplished ‘in anticipation’ for all mankind
    • all mankind, if He was to go through the great experience of
    • for mankind. We must, however, realize, as is necessary from
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    • is this which as a special kind of illusion again and again
    • these man must enter. If he is to pass through this kind of
    • largely with their own ego; then all kinds of illusions arise
    • interested in inner experiences. All kinds of emotions now
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    • individuality by the Christ as a pattern for mankind. Through
    • deliberately selected, for it is a kind of modern gospel
    • the Christ Event. It superseded a certain kind of
    • Blessed is he who has love on his lips, and kindness in
    • those who compare the religions of mankind in an external
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    • a kind of imaginative perception, a perception that lives in
    • words, and with them acquired a kind of theory; on the
    • forces of earth for the sake of all mankind. Man is the being
    • kind of Second Coming of the Christ, but in an etheric
    • both kinds of error. Real understanding of Spiritual Science
    • spiritual life, to accept what resembles a kind of revival of
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    • mankind. This is demonstrated in His acts of healing.
    • given to the disciples. Christ Jesus was a kind of focal
    • the elementary teachings of Anthroposophy, mankind is formed
    • Christ Jesus. When we observe mankind — either at the
    • the leaders of mankind who, though appearing outwardly as
    • of mankind have had implanted in them through the Gospels
    • become of service again to mankind. He then stood at the
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    • STUDYING the evolution of mankind in
    • above the great mass of mankind even in the opinion of
    • kind of spiritual being remained connected with the Earth,
    • beings. The Spiritual Beings who served mankind from a higher
    • spiritual mysteries. ‘With what kind of Being then are
    • directs his attention to answering the question: What kind of
    • gave to mankind the promise that one day the Light-being
    • this kind in the biographies of great individuals rests on
    • repeat all kinds of trivialities concerning the
    • real account of what Goethe actually was. Mankind to-day
    • organizing quality lay here at the foundation of a new kind
    • people have thought out all kinds of Sun-myths in connection
    • Napoleon is N'Apollo — a kind of
    • kinds of Symbolism drawn from the world of the stars.
    • mankind may advance. Humanity makes most progress when men
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    • by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner. Further lectures dealing
    • personality in the course of the development of mankind on the
    • mankind.
    • future evolution of mankind, but in a different way. It has to be
    • great steps forward in the civilisation of mankind. Whatever the
    • spirituality to mankind. I refer to the peoples of India, from whom
    • truth which they had to inculcate into mankind as the basis of
    • would make the ascent must to a certain extent develop both kinds of
    • is “Spirit.” A kind of alphabet, records of the spiritual
    • space, a kind of Alphabet of the spiritual worlds, a language through
    • world, but to teach mankind the art of Agriculture and the conquest
    • fact that he had a gift for mankind which could work on through all
    • opposition of Ahriman. His teaching was intended to aid mankind to a
    • realise from these words that Zarathustra's message to mankind can be
    • Zarathustra's words to mankind thousands of years ago. For those who
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    • by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner. Further lectures dealing
    • personality in the course of the development of mankind on the
    • mankind.
    • future evolution of mankind, but in a different way. It has to be
    • great steps forward in the civilisation of mankind. Whatever the
    • spirituality to mankind. I refer to the peoples of India, from whom
    • truth which they had to inculcate into mankind as the basis of
    • would make the ascent must to a certain extent develop both kinds of
    • is “Spirit.” A kind of alphabet, records of the spiritual
    • space, a kind of Alphabet of the spiritual worlds, a language through
    • world, but to teach mankind the art of Agriculture and the conquest
    • fact that he had a gift for mankind which could work on through all
    • opposition of Ahriman. His teaching was intended to aid mankind to a
    • realise from these words that Zarathustra's message to mankind can be
    • Zarathustra's words to mankind thousands of years ago. For those who
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    • by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner from a shorthand report
    • proceeding from Osiris himself, was again to stream into mankind.
    • the Moon and so forth. An astronomical interpretation of this kind
    • in search of some form of language, some kind of script in which to
    • mankind had first been taught that the movement of the stars is the
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
    • there as a great Guide of mankind. As we contemplate these great
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    • by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner from a shorthand report
    • proceeding from Osiris himself, was again to stream into mankind.
    • the Moon and so forth. An astronomical interpretation of this kind
    • in search of some form of language, some kind of script in which to
    • mankind had first been taught that the movement of the stars is the
    • were the first to give the great spiritual impulses to mankind in
    • there as a great Guide of mankind. As we contemplate these great
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-
    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • When I say “I” to myself I kindle this inner light. In
    • saying “I,” I kindle the selfsame light that colours the
    • kind of caterpillar which, having become such, has the urge to reach the
    • doctor in charge. So they said: Will you be so kind as to take us round
    • spirit to create the new being. This same thing applies to mankind.
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner-
    • becomes quite another kind of creature than it was as an egg. The egg
    • When I say “I” to myself I kindle this inner light. In
    • saying “I,” I kindle the selfsame light that colours the
    • kind of caterpillar which, having become such, has the urge to reach the
    • doctor in charge. So they said: Will you be so kind as to take us round
    • spirit to create the new being. This same thing applies to mankind.
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    • between going to sleep and waking, actually experiences a kind of
    • physical earth-life as a kind of breathing. And if with the eyes of the
    • religious life. In primitive ages of mankind it was woven into religious
    • the sacrificial words — which in the more ancient times of mankind
    • Mankind had
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    • between going to sleep and waking, actually experiences a kind of
    • physical earth-life as a kind of breathing. And if with the eyes of the
    • religious life. In primitive ages of mankind it was woven into religious
    • the sacrificial words — which in the more ancient times of mankind
    • Mankind had
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • mankind on Earth, the more evident does it become that man had a kind of
    • future evolution of mankind will consist in this, that man will more and
    • looking, however, will be essentially different in kind.
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • mankind on Earth, the more evident does it become that man had a kind of
    • future evolution of mankind will consist in this, that man will more and
    • looking, however, will be essentially different in kind.
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    • have when I have described a lion as a specimen of his kind. The
    • greatest benefactors of mankind.”
    • lower kind of souls? We search in nature for conditions by means
    • aiming at the ennobling of mankind is only gratification of a
    • higher kind of curiosity. To raise knowledge till you can grasp
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    • have when I have described a lion as a specimen of his kind. The
    • greatest benefactors of mankind.”
    • lower kind of souls? We search in nature for conditions by means
    • aiming at the ennobling of mankind is only gratification of a
    • higher kind of curiosity. To raise knowledge till you can grasp
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    • how much depends, in expositions of this kind, on
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • seed of a similar kind. That is to say, they looked at the
    • the development of the species, of a kind of evolution in the
    • some kind. Such a definition appears very plausible at first
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    • how much depends, in expositions of this kind, on
    • that a new living organism of a certain kind can only
    • seed of a similar kind. That is to say, they looked at the
    • the development of the species, of a kind of evolution in the
    • some kind. Such a definition appears very plausible at first
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    • Spiritual Science. The Gospel. The Future of Mankind. The
    • spiritualizing of mankind.
    • preserved from sinking down into a kind of abyss. Man
    • formed a kind of secondary planet. There the four types of
    • individual consciousness and thereby perfected four kinds of
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    • Gospel — The Future of Mankind
    • appeared in the course of mankind's history. We have an
    • it. He will know how to prize what was given to mankind by
    • any kind of document or tradition. Just as knowledge of the
    • pre-religious age of mankind, and try to envisage the origin
    • does religion signify for mankind? It was and for a long time
    • mankind. There, however, we reach back to humanity's
    • was not encumbered with the kind of body he now bears, and
    • than it is now. With the growth of the intellect in mankind,
    • what paved the way in mankind to an actual religion? It was
    • mankind.
    • was imparted to mankind through Euclid. We recognize what
    • bestowed on mankind through Christ Jesus, we must realize
    • realize the significance for mankind of this forward step in
    • for the first time mankind has been brought to the bond of
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    • kind of life which is only understood when our
    • interest, but something which spiritualizes, kindles and
    • complications of a peculiar kind. It had previously been in
    • elevated to a kind of symbolism — whereas the crass
    • esoteric schools there was a kind of writing in numbers.
    • solitude, which had always been surrounded by a kind of
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    • is enclosed in the centre like a kind of kernel. During the
    • figures, every possible kind of lines and rays, many like
    • physical and etheric bodies remain on the bed and a kind of
    • exactly; it is really as if a kind of mist formed. So that in
    • physical and the etheric bodies like a kind of spiral mist
    • in all kinds of initiation. They only differ an that the
    • of humanity — a particular kind of will culture, the
    • mythologies you may perceive this primitive kind of sight,
    • condition by the hierophant. Either he was laid in a kind of
    • small chamber, a kind of grave where he lay in a death-like
    • this way: Surrounded by a kind of shell, man descended from
    • appears as a kind of rainbow. The more physical powers surround
    • of its existence did not even shine. It consisted of a kind
    • super-sensible world had only reached as far as a kind of
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    • certain dim kind of clairvoyance. They were not limited to
    • nature. Thus arose the wonderful star-lore of which mankind
    • the Egyptian initiates, you would find a different kind of
    • certain constellations of a different kind will
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    • All there will be two kinds of human beings. Those who had
    • nature, the kingdom of the evil race. Thus mankind rises
    • mankind. What will he see, what will it show him?
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    • Saturn; but it is a remarkable kind of warmth. You would not
    • kind of beings in whom we are particularly interested. About
    • kinds of beings upon Saturn, who there passed through their
    • second kind of being appeared on the Sun. Upon Saturn there
    • once again came a kind of intermediate condition in
    • to speak, was a kind of mush, a kind of pulp or puree. The
    • the next kingdom was a kind of animal-plant kingdom, but it
    • evolution. This was first a kind of repetition of the Saturn
    • kinds of beings passed through the human stage upon the
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    • a kind of nebula which embraced a space as far as the orbit
    • a small part of mankind was saved (we have here to
    • again point out this different kind of vision of the man of
    • that epoch. He still had a kind of spiritual vision, because
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    • man had a kind of clairvoyance, and that, especially during
    • lecture. Man would have been obliged to sink down into a kind
    • seeing how mankind has ascended. By means of his intellect
    • is an important epoch for mankind; it is the epoch which
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    • of man has developed from a group-soul nature, from a kind of
    • transform evil. When we speak of the great leaders of mankind
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    • evolution man had to pass through a kind of preparation
    • organism. It was permeated with all kinds of ordered
    • earth by all kinds of currents, and remained connected with
    • formed, so to speak, a kind of secondary planet of hardened,
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    • around him he perceives all kinds of spiritual forms which
    • will succeed in forming some kind of idea of the three
    • show as a kind of preparatory stage what man will experience
    • others of his kind are unhappy. “The happiness of the
    • embodiments of the earth there were a kind of spiritual
    • last three. You know the kind of conditions we have to
    • had a kind of dim, hazy consciousness. When he wakened in the
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    • earth with all its beings will pass into a kind of spiritual
    • first kind, six of the second and six of the third will have
    • shall have gone through six of the middle kind. When the
    • be possible. But mankind will continue beyond the great War
    • being transposed, an illusion is produced. Now in the kind of
    • forces is a preparation for the most fearful kind of power of
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    • it in moments of speculation as a kind of explanation, but
    • kinds of men which we find at the end of the earth's
    • Now let us look at the future of mankind. The earth
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • STREAMSIN THEEVOLUTION OF MANKIND
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • of life cannot be grasped with the kind of understanding which is
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • kind of thing that we want to establish through Spiritual Science for
    • Science with any kind of old errors or mystical ideas, bordering on
    • is only forces of this kind that penetrate into our ego.
    • two other kinds of forces, the Luciferic and the Ahrimanic, not
    • ourselves and kindling interest in our own being. It is just in our
    • thinking is of an airy kind, soaring aloft and taking no account of
    • particular realms of human activity are of an Ahrimanic kind. For
  • Title: Three Streams: Lecture II: The Fifth Epoch, Semitic and Greek Cultures, the Christ Impulse
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • if one may put it like this — mankind was threatened by the
    • whole evolution of mankind might have been lost. If we look at
    • mankind's evolution as progressing in a straight line (see diagram),
    • the evolution of individuals but of mankind as a whole) very
    • therefore, that in man's earthly evolution a kind of waving line is
    • at the period of human evolution when mankind was approaching the
    • on one hand the stream of mankind which is moving towards the Mystery
    • mankind were those who
    • remote ages of mankind's evolution at the beginning of the fifth
    • which mankind may be said to
    • living impression of the primeval wisdom of mankind which we can
    • still discern in Anaxagoras. Mankind was threatened with the gradual
    • sixteenth century something similar is happening again — a kind
    • would have happened to mankind if the course of evolution had
    • unite His cosmic destiny with mankind, so that in the continual
    • mankind, we should increasingly lose interest in our fellow men. What
    • Golgotha, mankind would have gradually entered on a way that we might
    • mankind, implanted into humanity something of extraordinary depth.
    • spiritual world and would have been incapable of receiving any kind
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    • by their nature be of the kind that cannot be substantiated through
    • mankind in such a way that access to its truths is finally
    • have said here about the relation of mankind to the Mystery of
    • way in which Tertullian himself speaks is impressive enough. In a kind
    • of this kind it is certainly remarkable how one-sidedly people judge.
    • phenomena in the life of mankind are, first, the phenomenon
    • natural phenomenon. Every fact of this kind, however, evokes its
    • does not do this with intentions of the kind described in the book
    • Mystery of Golgotha, mankind would by then have reacted to the point
    • delusive fact few mankind, but born in a super-sensible way and going
    • kind men should be healed from the effects of the corrupted
    • Teacher but the Physician of mankind.
    • knowledge — but if we are to ask ourselves: What kinds of
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • received its special character from the entry of mankind into
    • is that through this epoch of the Consciousness Soul mankind receives
    • development of consciousness that mankind is going through. Quite
    • followed to-day by most people who have any kind of schooling
    • we have to consider pursue a scientific kind of thinking, but that
    • achievements and of the scientific kind of thinking that goes with it.
    • kind, he must appear to himself as standing quite uselessly around.
    • amount of ingenuity of the kind that is possible to-day, and that in
    • their painfully roundabout style there lies a kind of prophetic
    • nature of man? What kind of driving forces are there in human nature?
    • and all that happens in the evolution of mankind is under their
    • would have made himself very clearly perceptible to mankind even in
    • kind that can be given to mankind should be withheld, it had to be
    • mankind; what could have happened? You will be able to form some idea
    • century mankind has come such a wonderfully long way in humane
    • mankind has progressed! Well — compare all this with the
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • mankind received its origin. If we follow this evolution in detail,
    • and events that we may call divine gifts for the blessing of mankind,
    • course history would have taken for so-called civilised mankind if
    • a kind of instinct — but the instinct of genius; they would
    • through a kind of inoculation. But the whole evolution to
    • mankind, the Event of Golgotha had to enter into human evolution at a
    • will indeed regard it as in the highest sense dangerous for mankind,
    • although they form a kind of opposition — with the outflow of
    • seductive force which would otherwise have been exercised upon mankind.
    • follow attentively the evolution of mankind from the seventh century
    • kinds of concepts, atoms, molecules and so on, which as you know do
    • which in fact do not exist. It looks for all kinds of hypotheses for
    • only to Lucifer and Ahriman, and not to the guidance of mankind by
    • deepest evolutionary impulses of mankind. What was to have been
    • in the seventh century, it was to have come to mankind in the
    • world-order — to let mankind become ripe in the course of
    • bestowed upon mankind only if, simultaneously with a development
    • mankind, unless at the same time a selfless social order is striven
    • this force cannot be given over to mankind unless progress is made in
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    • Three Streams in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • a kind of equilibrium (see diagram), distinctly perceptible in the
    • the evolution of mankind in the West if the Mystery of Golgotha had
    • brought to mankind — over everything that men had been able to
    • Intellectual or Mind Soul, and to place before mankind powerful
    • Augustan age came the wish to give mankind, on the one hand, the
    • think what he likes about the symbols.” A person of this kind
    • woven into mankind (everything has its great and powerful aspects and
    • Mystery of Golgotha was approaching mankind. I have often mentioned,
    • facing the approach of an important event for mankind. And all the
    • but an event that will come to men as a kind of enlightenment,
    • all the Ahrimanic needs of mankind, corresponding to the state of
    • mankind from time to time.
    • of mankind, a spiritual evolution, in doing which I have given out
    • to mankind a new revelation, leading to further knowledge of the
    • The whole of mankind to-day is striving for a higher level of
    • evolution of mankind absorb it with enthusiasm.
    • conduct that we set up for mankind, and into all that we want to
    • the kind of phrase-making which anyone really permeated by
    • is something that mankind should not sleep through. People should
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    • of translating a very difficult German document. It is with the kind
    • And usually a lack of agreement is expressed in some kind of
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    • And usually a lack of agreement is expressed in some kind of
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    • research in the past have always given to mankind the
    • altar by placing upon it all kinds of minerals and plants and
    • familiar with this kind of spiritualized natural science:
    • Teach me to know my kindred. And when roars
    • that being which is to represent the kind of intelligence
    • Seal after seal will fall if mankind has the will to
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    • research in the past have always given to mankind the
    • altar by placing upon it all kinds of minerals and plants and
    • familiar with this kind of spiritualized natural science:
    • Teach me to know my kindred. And when roars
    • that being which is to represent the kind of intelligence
    • Seal after seal will fall if mankind has the will to
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    • impossible to prevent this as it was to prevent mankind from
    • yourself, “This is the kind of thinking that we possess
    • The kind of
    • stage of the birth of a special kind of thinking. This is
    • compelled to go through experiences, they apply only the kind
    • grasped in its special nature by means of the kind of
    • the Christ is mastered by a kind of thinking inherited in the
    • by the Christ spirit is mastered by the kind of thinking that
    • essential fact. The kind of thinking we possess because of
    • Godhead only as the Father. The kind of thinking that is
    • influence of this tendency to make use only of the kind of
    • continued to be attached to the Jehovah thinking, to the kind
    • transformed into naturalism. Against this kind of thinking
    • cheek with a lady's fan, or something of the kind, when
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    • wave of the sea, or anything else of the kind.
    • whatever can be expected, therefore, from any kind of
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    • holding back of a certain kind of occult knowledge that is
    • shall not employ merely that kind of thinking generally
    • all kinds of maxims, this infatuates people, and when it
    • you that three kinds of occult capacities will evolve and
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    • their moodiness but also of all kinds of ailments if they
    • person loves himself as he kindles this self-love in his
    • are longings for something of the kind, but longing for sleep
    • not crave the kind of sleep that is sought by the proletarian
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    • Christ impulse flows into mankind. We may thus say that, as
    • the element that permeates mankind with social warmth in the
    • If mankind should pass through this door alone, the only
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    • future by any kind of rational considerations whatsoever. The
    • interpenetrated by a kind of bank bookkeeping system
    • differentiation as to peoples, and the kind of occultism that
    • to advance in genuine occultism. But the kind of occultism
    • even quite intelligent, persons approach one with all kinds
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    • presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • inclined to dedicate our forces to this great ideal of mankind,
    • of the ‘Night of Initiation,’ near to mankind: the significance
    • heads of mankind, three representatives of high magic come to
    • really only the short-sightedness of present day mankind which
    • spiritual, an entirely new spirit appeared before mankind: new
    • full greatness. We have later in the Faust poem a kind of
    • mankind through the Child of St. Luke's Gospel, which is not
    • out into a corner of mankind, like the Child Jesus, then we
    • from the spiritual world! It is a kind of understanding of the
    • may have a kind of excellence of feeling. Though they may not
    • Jesus-Child, cast out by the rest of mankind, thrown into a
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    • presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • inclined to dedicate our forces to this great ideal of mankind,
    • of the ‘Night of Initiation,’ near to mankind: the significance
    • heads of mankind, three representatives of high magic come to
    • really only the short-sightedness of present day mankind which
    • spiritual, an entirely new spirit appeared before mankind: new
    • full greatness. We have later in the Faust poem a kind of
    • mankind through the Child of St. Luke's Gospel, which is not
    • out into a corner of mankind, like the Child Jesus, then we
    • from the spiritual world! It is a kind of understanding of the
    • may have a kind of excellence of feeling. Though they may not
    • Jesus-Child, cast out by the rest of mankind, thrown into a
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    • our own era, to the time when that spirit was first kindled
    • mankind to conceive mathematically and mechanically such an
    • desires to learn all that has as yet been learnt by mankind
    • long aeons of time would mankind be fit to draw nearer to
    • “What Kind of God were He who
    • Sun to rise, so that he might enkindle the incense from its
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    • our own era, to the time when that spirit was first kindled
    • mankind to conceive mathematically and mechanically such an
    • desires to learn all that has as yet been learnt by mankind
    • long aeons of time would mankind be fit to draw nearer to
    • “What Kind of God were He who
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    • this kind takes place in the case of the animal kingdom and the
    • kind of intercourse with the spiritual world, because it is
    • alive, for the Dead neither hears nor takes in this kind of
    • is really a kind of compassion — no matter whether such
    • Such thoughts may be of a more general kind — such for
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    • the kind of apotheosis which forms the present conclusion of
    • theories attributed all phenomena to particular kinds of
    • makes itself felt, a kind of resignation sets in. In
    • thought which I would fain kindle in you on this birthday of
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    • the kind of apotheosis which forms the present conclusion of
    • theories attributed all phenomena to particular kinds of
    • makes itself felt, a kind of resignation sets in. In
    • thought which I would fain kindle in you on this birthday of
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    • ideas, of all kinds. Let us now ask: — Do not errors
    • just as well from another standpoint. This can lead to a kind
    • finally a kind of deceptive Authority develops. If the
    • its appearance is still more exposed to unkind fate than
    • confidence, and trust can be kindled to-day. Even in such a
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • ideas, of all kinds. Let us now ask: — Do not errors
    • just as well from another standpoint. This can lead to a kind
    • finally a kind of deceptive Authority develops. If the
    • its appearance is still more exposed to unkind fate than
    • confidence, and trust can be kindled to-day. Even in such a
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    • forces frequently play into the life of mankind to-day.
    • they seek to introduce this kind of psychology into medical
    • That is one kind of thing they seek for, down in the depths of
    • down within the soul. We ought first to consider what kind of
    • as they call it, he is like a man who wants to know what kind of
    • us one should always find out what kind of a job a man has. A
    • dream I asked the lake what kind of a job it had. And the lake
    • there works on. There is really a kind of self-corrector in the
    • into the world. The kind of physical body we have depends on
    • quite a definite kind of body. But not only so. Think how much
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    • Thanks to the kindness of an anonymous donor, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • forces frequently play into the life of mankind to-day.
    • they seek to introduce this kind of psychology into medical
    • That is one kind of thing they seek for, down in the depths of
    • down within the soul. We ought first to consider what kind of
    • as they call it, he is like a man who wants to know what kind of
    • us one should always find out what kind of a job a man has. A
    • dream I asked the lake what kind of a job it had. And the lake
    • there works on. There is really a kind of self-corrector in the
    • into the world. The kind of physical body we have depends on
    • quite a definite kind of body. But not only so. Think how much
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    • report should be to recommend the transition to a kind of
    • know. It was Mohnbeugerl — some kind of
    • have tried to keep as far as possible away from mankind. I have
    • adopted to withhold from the remainder of mankind this
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    • report should be to recommend the transition to a kind of
    • know. It was Mohnbeugerl — some kind of
    • have tried to keep as far as possible away from mankind. I have
    • adopted to withhold from the remainder of mankind this
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    • existence of mankind in general. This is to some extent an interlude
    • mankind; it cannot be set aside as mere prosaic toil. Man
    • kind of Chinese state. Both Mill and Herzen (as you may see
    • evolution of mankind progresses, from cycle to cycle.
    • circles.’ And then they summon up all kinds of powers which
    • condemn her to a kind of occult imprisonment and so
    • moreover, there was a certain necessity for a kind of
    • the most sacred and solemn affairs of mankind are sometimes
    • mankind in its occult depths. On the other hand I leave it to
    • general life of mankind, — shall be effectively annulled.
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    • existence of mankind in general. This is to some extent an interlude
    • mankind; it cannot be set aside as mere prosaic toil. Man
    • kind of Chinese state. Both Mill and Herzen (as you may see
    • evolution of mankind progresses, from cycle to cycle.
    • circles.’ And then they summon up all kinds of powers which
    • condemn her to a kind of occult imprisonment and so
    • moreover, there was a certain necessity for a kind of
    • the most sacred and solemn affairs of mankind are sometimes
    • mankind in its occult depths. On the other hand I leave it to
    • general life of mankind, — shall be effectively annulled.
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    • as they say, into a kind of Paganism. According to them, it is
    • illnesses, mortality, and all things of that kind. Perhaps in
    • no very distant future mankind will grow convinced of this.
    • themselves by all kinds of names — Brotherhoods, Keepers
    • mankind. How often have I emphasised the fact that
    • mankind has changed in the course of earthly evolution,
    • itself, if I may say so, by its own inherent virtue, had a kind
    • evolution of mankind. The word has become more and more bereft
    • relation to mankind, could by and by replace for men what once
    • Natural Science conceives the world as a kind of mechanism in
    • a kind of horror of the void. This belief in the
    • the progress of mankind, it is indeed a question on the other
    • space of time mankind has been led away from Christ. Even those
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • Thanks to the kindness of an anonymous donor, this lecture has been made available to everyone.
    • as they say, into a kind of Paganism. According to them, it is
    • illnesses, mortality, and all things of that kind. Perhaps in
    • no very distant future mankind will grow convinced of this.
    • themselves by all kinds of names — Brotherhoods, Keepers
    • mankind. How often have I emphasised the fact that
    • mankind has changed in the course of earthly evolution,
    • itself, if I may say so, by its own inherent virtue, had a kind
    • evolution of mankind. The word has become more and more bereft
    • relation to mankind, could by and by replace for men what once
    • Natural Science conceives the world as a kind of mechanism in
    • a kind of horror of the void. This belief in the
    • the progress of mankind, it is indeed a question on the other
    • space of time mankind has been led away from Christ. Even those
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    • by Frau Marie Steiner, and published here by kind permission
    • again for humanity; then will mankind once more approach the
    • comes to light in the world — bearing mankind forward,
    • helpful to mankind — does not at once appear in its
    • Among many kinds of thoughts which have entered into the
    • conception of the equality of mankind before God and
    • will remain with mankind throughout all ages even to the
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    • again for humanity; then will mankind once more approach the
    • comes to light in the world — bearing mankind forward,
    • helpful to mankind — does not at once appear in its
    • Among many kinds of thoughts which have entered into the
    • conception of the equality of mankind before God and
    • will remain with mankind throughout all ages even to the
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    • by Frau Marie Steiner, and published here by kind permission
    • the Christ-principle a force that indeed represents for mankind
    • was everything that occurs among mankind, when people establish
    • way is Goethe, and Goethe has laid down for us this kind of
    • Christianity, this kind of religious reconciliation, this kind
    • In each one we learn things of many kinds; each one is full of
    • That brings consoling hope to all mankind,
    • Rose-Cross has taken upon itself for all mankind the mission of
    • Who light and fortitude within us kindled —
    • The power that holds constrained all humankind
    • they work? Their activity is of an unusual kind, and we are
    • planes is far more important for mankind. Naturally, whoever
    • activity is of great importance as a service to mankind.
    • of the Twelve. Symbols of many kinds are to be seen there,
    • invigorates the rest of mankind. There are such brotherhoods,
    • effect on the rest of mankind.
    • which has spread through Europe, saw what mankind has received
    • bestowed on mankind the fierce passion, tending chiefly towards
    • This work for mankind on the spiritual plane has a particular
    • further development of mankind is their unending task. He is
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    • by Frau Marie Steiner, and published here by kind permission
    • the Christ-principle a force that indeed represents for mankind
    • was everything that occurs among mankind, when people establish
    • way is Goethe, and Goethe has laid down for us this kind of
    • Christianity, this kind of religious reconciliation, this kind
    • In each one we learn things of many kinds; each one is full of
    • That brings consoling hope to all mankind,
    • Rose-Cross has taken upon itself for all mankind the mission of
    • Who light and fortitude within us kindled —
    • The power that holds constrained all humankind
    • they work? Their activity is of an unusual kind, and we are
    • planes is far more important for mankind. Naturally, whoever
    • activity is of great importance as a service to mankind.
    • of the Twelve. Symbols of many kinds are to be seen there,
    • invigorates the rest of mankind. There are such brotherhoods,
    • effect on the rest of mankind.
    • which has spread through Europe, saw what mankind has received
    • bestowed on mankind the fierce passion, tending chiefly towards
    • This work for mankind on the spiritual plane has a particular
    • further development of mankind is their unending task. He is
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    • in regard to lectures of the kind now being given ...”
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    • personality appeared, one who accomplished great things for mankind.
    • say, a scientist, who received this or that kind of education, who
    • course nothing against reflections of this kind; they amount to no
    • — were really living in a kind of aloofness from the physical
    • truths relating to historical connections of the kind to which
    • like Darwin and others I wanted first to emphasise by what kind of
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    • I shall put before you is the outcome of a particular kind of
    • spiritual impulses of very different kinds are working in our present
    • life of mankind, is drawn to a phenomenon insufficiently studied in
    • result that men who were more adapted for the kind of philosophical
    • Charlemagne held in great veneration. But this was a kind of culture
    • impulse to ensure that the kind of thinking, the world-conception
    • point we must understand one another. As the evolution of mankind
    • who has in him a particular kind of spirituality will be born again
    • relationship to the development of the spiritual life of mankind as
    • al Raschid and his wise Counsellor. Impulses kindled by many such
    • and his wise Counsellor. Something of the kind has determined the
    • the interest taken in matters of the kind of which we have been
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    • responsible for the spiritual guidance of civilised mankind. This
    • etheric bodies of men. And here we must ask: What kind of forces,
    • what kind of impulses are these cosmic Sun-forces?
    • the soul, mankind must become sufficiently mature and the necessary
    • just beginning to unfold in the general consciousness of mankind. In
    • it all from a place such as this, one is filled with a kind of pagan
    • the beginning of the 13th century, a kind of conference took place
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    • catastrophe and was also endowed with three distinct kinds of
    • want to array it in all kinds of so-called beautiful clothes in an
    • children in the kindergarten are led to-day; he can put aside the
    • his karma. For this kind of vision leads on to a vision of karma.
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    • look back over the historical evolution of mankind and see how event
    • connections of this kind are exceedingly difficult to investigate.
    • trait of this kind may have a certain significance, inasmuch as the
    • of a spiritual kind in one earth-life, let us say has been a great
    • we are compelled to ask the question: What kind of life had Ignatius
    • again, what part has he played in the more recent history of mankind?
    • inwardly impelled to carry out all kinds of soul-exercises which were
    • time. And by reason of the special kind of exercises that had been
    • (which may be described as setting forth a kind of cosmic physiology,
    • manifestation among men on earth. I was always drawn to this kind of
    • however, also to be met with on the path of another kind of research
    • Latini heard all kinds of reports that troubled and disturbed him,
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    • look back over the evolution of mankind since the Mystery of
    • Sun. This betokened a kind of death for the Christ Being. He went
    • mankind. And so we have good cause at the present time to speak of
    • kindled originally by the Hibernian Mysteries. And we find a still
    • kind of thought that had been carried by Alexander the Great over to
    • such a sublime event — a kind of conference between the
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    • world. It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • Lecture One: Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • Lecture Six: The Five Root Races of Mankind.
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    • part in the Evolution of Mankind
    • Lecture SixThe five Root Races of Mankind
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    • mankind at the present time will find that what I then said throws a
    • important because the destiny of mankind in the near future will
    • case in order to fulfil a mission common to all mankind. But the
    • promote the spiritual life of mankind we need a science which is
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    • Spirits of Form creates the races of mankind. Difference between the
    • concept of nation and that of race. Differentiation of mankind into
    • implies evolution of all mankind. Evolution of races by evolution of
    • e.g. the rocks of Norway. This is (outer) Maya. Two kinds of
    • development of all mankind. All nations to contribute to united
    • progress of mankind. Christ Impulse overcomes separation:
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    • Supersensible Influences in the History of Mankind (6 lectures)
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    • Angels, Folk Spirits, Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • Time Spirits: their part in the Evolution of Mankind.
    • relationship with the stable element in the evolution of mankind.
    • mankind in the near future will bring men together in far greater
    • common to all mankind. But the members of the individual peoples will
    • maxim will have a certain significance for the activity of mankind in
    • that we look forward to an evolution of mankind in the future and
    • The ego works upon a kind of intermediate being. Therefore, between
    • evolution of mankind. When ultimately man will have developed so far
    • into mankind and thus draw mankind into the sphere of their own
    • associated with their evolution, a progressive evolution of mankind
    • evolution, he takes over again and infuses intuitively into mankind
    • of the Age can pour into mankind — for this we need the Folk
    • first, that the mediator between the two different kinds of Spirits
    • consciously at the service of mankind and influenced our
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    • hand some visible indication, some tangible evidence, some kind of
    • countries is aware that his familiarity with the particular kind of
    • kind of etheric aura hovers above every region of the Earth's
    • evolution of mankind there have always been Beings who remained
    • as a kind of sacrifice, so we must also look upon “remaining
    • behind” at earlier stages of evolution as a kind of sacrifice
    • we see how two kinds of Beings of different rank work alternately in
    • which furthers the progress of mankind, we must assume that this
    • Spirits of the Age intuitively sense the progress of mankind? They
    • two kinds of Beings are reflected in the make-up and being of man. It
    • evolution of mankind. It is most interesting and instructive to
    • mankind when the normal and abnormal Archangels worked together and
    • mankind, to provide a satisfactory definition of the word ‘folk’.
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    • experiences. These sensations are unknown to a Being of this kind; it
    • around which again is gathered something that appears as a kind of
    • kindred German people. Holland and Germany shared originally an
    • cooperate. Through this interplay are formed the races of mankind.
    • the reason why mankind is divided into races. That which gives man
    • Spirits of Form. That which divides the whole of mankind into races
    • differentiating mankind the whole world over into races. When we look
    • mankind and how through these races a foundation is laid for that
  • Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 4. The Evolution of Races and Civilization.
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    • understand the relationship of the races of mankind to one another
    • hitherto is, in reality, a kind of embryonic state, a sort of
    • but would live in a kind of dreamlike consciousness of the Old Moon
    • ascending third; he must repay the debt in kind.
    • are indirectly the source of the racial differences in mankind
    • age. Western man will still be able to benefit mankind by making
    • forces are turned inwards. Mankind in general undergoes a similar
    • Europe it is remarkable that the geographical area which mankind
    • understand that the whole process of the evolution of mankind is
    • of all mankind. You see this repeated in the development of Spiritual
    • of mankind in every corner of the globe. We must understand therefore
    • evolution of mankind. In this realm neither personal sympathy nor
    • implies acting in accordance with the evolution of all mankind. If we
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    • the part of three different forces which proceed from three kinds of
    • the foundation of what we call the history of mankind, the evolution
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    • The five Root Races of Mankind.
    • of Mankind.
    • disharmony amongst mankind, one of the Spirits had to detach Himself
    • kind of modification arises, namely, the Semitic race. Here is the
    • mankind.
    • blood of mankind is thus subject to a twofold influence; two races
    • existence of an important polarity in mankind and we must emphasize
    • forces leading to the twilight of mankind, forces which set the seal
    • decline is characterized by a kind of ossification which is clearly
    • collective body of mankind, from the teaming mass of humanity, and
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    • after, the distribution of mankind, the distribution of races, has
    • understand the period when the division of mankind into the five root
    • at first, whilst this race was gradually developing, a kind of
    • Spirit. His task was of a very special kind ‘ You will
    • Mankind
    • through which mankind received the Christ Impulse. This Impulse was
    • bestowed on mankind, had renounced the possibility of becoming an
    • guided by a kind of Time Spirit who had risen from the rank of
    • Christian impulse began to pervade mankind, Europe was the scene of
    • very unique manner. He had, in effect, to enter into a kind of
    • kinds and complexions to emerge in the fifth post-Atlantean epoch. It
    • be in the course of time for all mankind. The problem will be how
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    • understanding of the kindred relationships between those mythologies.
    • consisting of blue trousers, red coat, and some kind of head-gear,
    • period of development, but they had lived through it in a kind of dim
    • old Atlantis man beheld the spiritual Powers and spoke of a kind of
    • but rather as the kind of Archangel whose renunciation is akin to
    • encounter in the old Teutonic Genesis, as the origin of mankind out
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    • this kind of mistake. Externally the real facts may often be exactly
    • truth, false perspective, was some kind of animal; and here in the
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    • development of mankind in the remote past, in the present and will
    • culture of mankind as it unfolds. But at the time when these European
    • turn, had a kind of psychic counterpart in the etheric body. But the
    • to assimilate that which is to enter mankind as the Spirit Self. It
    • reveal to mankind a fraction of what it holds in store. But if we
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    • kindred subjects, and it must suffice if I have introduced this
    • Mankind is gradually growing into that world in order to be able to
    • witness to His dominion on that plane. But mankind is designed to
    • development of mankind. The manifestation of Christ took place on the
    • which is to come. Mankind is now ready for freedom and self-knowledge
    • account of their message to mankind. It is possible for mankind to
    • become a most valuable revelation for mankind. Everything that may
    • consequence of oriental materialism might well be that mankind will
    • recognize intuitively — which was a kind of spiritual feeling —
    • prove that mankind had not acquired any perception of, or insight
    • powers which would confuse mankind if Odin should not succeed in
    • One part only of the development of mankind and the spirit —
    • on this understanding, then we shall not be motivated by any kind of
    • in the evolution of mankind is of no consequence. He who recognizes
    • a Being plays a part in the evolution of mankind, in the life of the
    • all mankind must be given; it may, it is true, originate in a
    • to the civilizing process of mankind into what we recognize to be the
    • common property of mankind, then the more we do this, the more we are
    • people, but recognizes the God of all mankind.
    • Spiritual Science should become a kind of basic attitude permeating
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    • spark which could kindle in men the strength to ascend thither. And
    • spirit-land, was kindled in the soul. Thus knowledge was the other
    • the answer is that we would rekindle in mankind something like a
    • as a kind of sun which, shedding its rays in our hearts, can arouse a
    • conviction. The kind of spiritual life which in future will
    • our own personality. Ideals of this kind are really only what one or
    • literary beginning with the kind of spiritual life which will be
    • What kind of thoughts
    • mankind to acquire knowledge in a way different from that of today.
    • for making armaments. But men no longer feel that this kind of mental
    • Menelaus, Odysseus, were given to mankind, then under its influence
    • away. It is only because mankind retained the feeling that it should
    • the impress our special kind of spiritual knowledge should give to
    • Lucifer, Die Kinder des Lucifer.
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    • civilisation of mankind can be traced back to the stream associated
    • civilisation, were offered up to a kind of religious sacerdotal-ism,
    • of Greek mythology whom we associate with the kind of clairvoyant
    • ether body. Knowledge is kindled in the astral body; it is
    • an image, is kindled in the astral body; we have these in us because
    • of knowledge is kindled in the astral body; this torch is reflected
    • which is kindled in the astral body has changed in the course of the
    • historical development of mankind; in ancient times man had
    • the development of human nature in three ways: there is a triple kind
    • of development, of transformation, a triple kind of metamorphosis,
    • will be devoted to kindling the forces in the human soul which will
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
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    • known or of the same kind as those already known, but which
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • occurred only rarely, the other kind was habitual, but for him
    • this kind of experience, which can really grow into a kind of taste,
    • between the three kinds of force? Well, how do we express
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    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
    • concerned with the guidance of mankind which is nearest to man, we
    • those who were the leaders of mankind were not normal men, but Beings
    • mankind. First in the Indian epoch the highest rank, the Archai or
    • phenomenon that mankind seems to be thrown upon its own resources,
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
    • leadership of mankind today as more highly developed Beings. What
    • and that as Christ-filled Beings they now influence mankind from the
    • they will be the spiritual leaders of mankind. But in
    • epoch. Then everything which was once proclaimed to mankind by the
    • lead mankind in its development; He does not enter into any kind of
    • assume any kind of physical body. His renunciation of all physical
    • To expect the salvation of mankind solely from individualities who
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    • guidance of mankind, you may have wanted to ask to what category of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind.
    • Greeks knew in their souls that there was a kind of consciousness in
    • fact that in our hearts we can still develop a different kind of
    • they are pictures of mankind advancing from its older, clairvoyant
    • his soul into the intellectual civilisation of mankind.
    • technology, whether you look at the kind of thought which has come
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    • enkindled in the spirit of this marvellous Greek civilisation when
    • the world, presented itself to them as a kind of knowledge, a kind of
    • without his having undergone any preparation, any kind of esoteric
    • and all his followers had the kind of bodies which would inevitably
    • component parts. Imagine for a moment that by some kind of magic the
    • man. But a geology, a palaeontology, of quite a different kind has
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • Mysteries we have to expect happenings of a kind which approach man
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,
    • world—and within the forms appropriate to that kind of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
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    • alienated him from the kind of scholarship he had hitherto pursued,
    • occult experiences of the kind we have been speaking of has to
    • the same kind happens to the blood-system and the heart. They
    • kind of death would have set in. The important and mysterious feature
    • as a kind of impurity of our own being. If we would understand the
    • there was one single etheric stream for the whole of mankind and for
    • which would signify a kind of renewal from the spiritual world, a
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    • I had to point out how a kind of reversal of the forces which led to a
    • As an example of this I drew attention to a kind of etherisation of
    • evolution of mankind is involved in this process of which I have just
    • pre-Lemurian era. At that time man had only a kind of shadowy form,
    • wrought upon man poured into him in all kinds of currents, but while
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind,
    • aura, when seen from the front, acquires a kind of coronet, a wreath
    • aura and will have nothing to do with the kind of clothing which
    • a kind of clothing. And if you look at what the figures of the Greek
    • part protrudes beyond as a kind of corona, we see that the ego-part
    • of man has been arrested earlier as a kind of inner aura in the
    • this kind exist too as regards the world-wonders. We face them with
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    • seems a marvel by finding, through its own activity, a kind of
    • into a kind of harmony between his own soul and these
    • world to perceive that each kind of explanation is justified in its
    • yesterday that our brain is a kind of apparatus which impedes our
    • greater length about characteristic examples of this kind you would
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Man and of Mankind
    • better for us to experience every kind of trial that the soul is
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • figures in the spiritual of mankind who rise like a star. They stand
    • of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is very specially
    • evolution of mankind. It does not merely seek to portray the consecutive
    • as the outcome of their whole nature and constitution appears as a kind
    • be ashamed of directing the attention of modern skeptical mankind to
    • of a kind that could stimulate and awaken any decisive talents. The
    • We see the living kind
    • into the kind of feelings and perceptions which Raphael himself must
    • of this kind, for those who have steeped themselves again and again
    • of building any kind of philosophical history, but as the result of
    • away. Nonetheless he will still be living in mankind, for in him humanity
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    • with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung,
    • figures in the spiritual of mankind who rise like a star. They stand
    • of mankind, like a limb in a great organism. This is very specially
    • evolution of mankind. It does not merely seek to portray the consecutive
    • as the outcome of their whole nature and constitution appears as a kind
    • be ashamed of directing the attention of modern skeptical mankind to
    • of a kind that could stimulate and awaken any decisive talents. The
    • We see the living kind
    • into the kind of feelings and perceptions which Raphael himself must
    • of this kind, for those who have steeped themselves again and again
    • of building any kind of philosophical history, but as the result of
    • away. Nonetheless he will still be living in mankind, for in him humanity
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • which are able to count and do sums, and also possess other kinds of
    • experts, versed in every trick and gesture of the finest kind, were not
    • Consequently I have the courage merely to draw up a kind of hypothesis,
    • which works like a kind of automaton, namely in the following way:
    • In the case of man there is a kind of connection between this organ
    • human being is more a kind of automaton. Hence it is a peculiar feature
    • a kind of automaton. In our system we count as far as 10. Then we count
    • connected with the Earth through a kind of mathematical automatism.
    • connection which may really be termed as subterranean, a kind of connecting
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • which are able to count and do sums, and also possess other kinds of
    • experts, versed in every trick and gesture of the finest kind, were not
    • Consequently I have the courage merely to draw up a kind of hypothesis,
    • which works like a kind of automaton, namely in the following way:
    • In the case of man there is a kind of connection between this organ
    • human being is more a kind of automaton. Hence it is a peculiar feature
    • a kind of automaton. In our system we count as far as 10. Then we count
    • connected with the Earth through a kind of mathematical automatism.
    • connection which may really be termed as subterranean, a kind of connecting
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • admit that primeval men of the ordinary kind should be so represented
    • Why is that? We know from the saga that Brunnhilde is a kind of Valkyrie
    • of super-sensible facts. We become aware of two kinds of super-sensible
    • secrets of mankind appear in that which Väinemöinen gives,
    • it influenced all mankind without distinction of nationality, of race,
    • and so on. And that was given when those powers spoke to mankind which
    • sense. That instrument, that kind of harp, to which the ancient bards
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • admit that primeval men of the ordinary kind should be so represented
    • Why is that? We know from the saga that Brunnhilde is a kind of Valkyrie
    • of super-sensible facts. We become aware of two kinds of super-sensible
    • secrets of mankind appear in that which Väinemöinen gives,
    • it influenced all mankind without distinction of nationality, of race,
    • and so on. And that was given when those powers spoke to mankind which
    • sense. That instrument, that kind of harp, to which the ancient bards
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    • I have often said — arouse any kind of optimistic hopes. But a
    • other world is a higher world, a world wherein a kind of light, a
    • kind of spiritual light or astral light, spiritual existence and
    • decades now, but particularly at this time of hard trials for mankind
    • of this kind, pointing to facts
    • light, presenting themselves first as a kind of riddle to be
    • mankind to-day.
    • seasons. It becomes a kind of combustion process. It is natural for
    • before mankind can
    • produced by mankind in a materialistic age. In our
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    • autumn draws on, a kind of in-breathing by the Earth, a spiritual
    • would be the same if I did). Now a salt-deposit of this kind has the
    • kind of air in which the stars would be active. This is very plainly
    • through a kind of rainbow colouring. For if we were to look from the
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    • take their way, through a kind of cosmic-spiritual breathing-out into
    • develops a kind of inner vitality. A subtle life-energy arises increasingly
    • living limestone with a kind of astral rain, the Luciferic beings try
    • shell of this kind, wherein they, densified through the etheric
    • out of a bluish-violet vapour a kind of breast-form for the Luciferic
    • you picture a Luciferic being of this kind, with his reddish-yellow
    • presence of the sculpture, there would have to be enacted a kind of
    • into mankind from the Ahrimanic and Luciferic secrets.
    • The difference is not apparent in the coarser kind of activities, but
    • I have often said, the Great Physician in the evolution of mankind.
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    • indeed say that in high summer man experiences a kind of
    • over the being of Nature, and a kind of Nature-consciousness arises
    • kind of sleeping Nature-life is given form. But in this sleeping
    • human measure. Then you will come to feel that all this is a kind of
    • imperfections of mankind, in contrast to the regularity of the
    • Uriel has the effect of imparting to mankind what I might call the
    • observation there appears, as a kind of culmination, this picture:
    • feels how all that comes about through mankind as morality in these
    • our weaving, the kindling radiance, the warming life.
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    • Raphael, the great cosmic physician, can give to mankind. For
    • all the truths of healing for mankind.
    • Raphael, with deeply thoughtful gaze, who brings to mankind the
    • kindled in the cosmos. Raphael, with deep wisdom in his gaze, leaning
    • Michael, coming to meet mankind, with his positive gaze; a gaze that
    • eyes of men in the same direction, as he stands close to mankind, the
    • possessed by mankind.
    • through the winter, summer and spring. A kind of memory of it, more
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    • or anything of that kind in the choice of the title:
    • — and these lectures should be a kind of confirmation of
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    • look back into the past it presents itself as a kind of
    • consciousness. In very truth it was a kind of awakening from a
    • themselves ... a sleep of such a kind that at the same
    • time, for many, many days, in a kind of dream from which they
    • condition to set in — a kind of dream condition
    • pictures representing a kind of higher consciousness, an
    • clairvoyant gaze actually beholds a kind of darkening of the
    • very script itself. This cosmic script compels one with a kind
    • of necessity to read something that mankind must come to know.
    • culture, mankind had evolved to the point where, in Plato and
    • in mankind there reached a certain zenith. A vast store of
    • science form what opinion they like, bring forward all kinds of
    • New having entered into the evolution of mankind; if
    • Him with a kind of consciousness quite unfamiliar to them
    • picture of this kind came before the soul of one of the
    • many things are being prepared for the near future of mankind
    • on this occasion shall be taken merely as a kind of stimulus,
    • particularly in my own case I am aware of all kinds of
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    • experienced a kind of awakening at the time commemorated by the
    • therefore, the Christ Being passes through a kind of embryonic
    • purposes. Study the evolution of mankind on earth and you will
    • labours may be integrated into the* labours of mankind as a
    • finally succumbs to the folk-instincts and allows all kinds of
    • kind that at any time — for example when it was necessary
    • as the Christ Impulse in the further evolution of mankind.
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    • kinds of terrible illnesses of soul and body. The priests had
    • of the Essenes. The Essenes were people who practised a kind of
    • soul prevailed. With a kind of prophetic inkling, they said:
    • not say into the Order itself — as a kind of extern, or
    • light upon the whole course of mankind's spiritual evolution.
    • This man, living as a kind of lay-brother with the Essene
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    • mankind. For your theosophical studies will have brought you
    • mankind is also of importance for the whole of evolution.
    • have for mankind? All this is, in reality, meaningless. If
    • people like a kind of new Messiah. All this is narrated in the
    • gentleness and loving-kindness.
    • a long time that the teaching I give is tainted by every kind
    • but in a bigoted, Jesuitical form; this kind of thought can
    • stand opposed to the whole present age, above all to the kind
    • the new life of the Spirit that is essential for mankind. When
    • the continuation of what was already there before. This kind of
    • disavow the Christ Being ... this is a kind of logic of which
    • kind of literature brings evidence concerning the garment
    • spiritual service necessary for mankind.
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    • published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • between birth and death they have grown attached to the kind of
    • future, for those future human beings who will suffer from all kinds
    • physical and ethereal organs only as a kind of basis. We can name
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
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    • published here by kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • notes unrevised by the lecturer. Published by kind permission of the
    • between birth and death they have grown attached to the kind of
    • future, for those future human beings who will suffer from all kinds
    • physical and ethereal organs only as a kind of basis. We can name
    • became a kind of representative of the Christ Impulse itself for her
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    • social unit also. The only question is: of what kind is that
    • instinctual wisdom by which mankind was formerly nourished
    • “is prefigured in the unconscious will of mankind in Europe.”
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    • kind of private current within the life of the soul.
    • riddles of this kind. Even the remotest villages, to which no
    • nevertheless brought by their education to the kind of thinking
    • older paths that mankind has followed in order to arrive
    • who form their picture of the earlier epochs of mankind only
    • as something actually harmful to mankind. But in successive
    • comprised among other things a particular kind of
    • would say, sacred traditions, and is accepted by mankind today
    • transformed thinking we can reach knowledge that will be a kind
    • rendered to mankind. It has made us aware that ordinary
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • thinking to enter a kind of musical region, but one that is
    • example: there have indeed been individuals with this kind of
    • this kind of objection; there is something quite fantastic,
    • occur in its physical interior. Earlier mankind
    • penetrating with mathematics of this kind into worlds that we
    • People will not believe how close this modern kind of
    • spiritual science seeks not to create any kind of opposition to
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    • the mental only as a kind of effect of it. The unsatisfactory
    • attains a kind of spiritual vision with which it can see into a
    • certain exercises of an intellectual, emotional and moral kind
    • with the outside world. We transcend this kind of
    • conceptual life of this kind is energized; is independent of
    • sphere. Only when modern man attains this kind of conceptual
    • of a spiritual kind, then we are, not students of the spirit
    • give us any information about any kind of outside world, not
    • the fact is that anyone who falls into this kind of morbid
    • one was led by a kind of inner necessity to what we now see to
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    • mankind's historical development to help us in our
    • must realize that in its depths there operate all kinds of
    • which in all kinds of indirect ways also affect our own soul
    • mankind.
    • the powers to which mankind has advanced since those early
    • decades for certain kinds of knowledge. Again, it is
    • mankind. There will, of course, be many people who will say:
    • inventions; and then to put forward another kind of certainty
    • converted into a kind of artistic thinking or artistic
    • sphere, which represents a kind of qualitative mathesis. But
    • allow logical thinking to flow over into a kind of artistic
    • with the kinds of thought that prove to be healthy and correct
    • a kind of knowledge that flows over into the artistic sphere. I
    • yearning for a balance of this kind is certainly present in the
    • transition, what matters is the kind of transition. In
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    • can be described by a kind of spiritual geography —
    • moved by something of the way of experiencing the world kindled
    • think of mathematical truths to realize that all kinds of
    • Orient and still survives even today as a kind of antiquated
    • have to condemn a view of this kind; we can take a positive
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    • some kind of spiritual knowledge? even though it may often turn
    • to do with someone who makes claims of this kind. He will think
    • the other kinds of knowledge man requires* today, this
    • With the kinds of knowledge I have been speaking of in the last
    • this kind, as if we have been awakened from sleep. We eavesdrop
    • one. He had hard things to say about this kind of mystical
    • extent that the whole man becomes a kind of sense-organ, or
    • upon this kind of self-knowledge and see that, whilst on the
    • it is one quite different in kind from what we observe within
    • purely material. From this emerges a kind of bubble. There
    • been observed on this kind of solid basis is then built up into
    • this kind.
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    • philosophy of this kind, orientated towards the
    • discovery, into a kind of emptiness, which we experience
    • when mankind was more naive about the life of the soul and had
    • people suspect that behind this demand there lurks a kind of
    • it as a kind of mental bone-system. Until then, we actually
    • most part, about what governs society. We, mankind that is,
    • Nowadays, this is made very difficult for mankind; for when we
    • kinds of stakes applied to it, training it into a set shape. A
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    • between men, however, involves trust. And trust involves a kind
    • a kind of patriarchal autocracy. This is pervaded, not only by
    • inclination to think up a system of this kind; his eye is only
    • many millions of men like a kind of religion, fifty years
    • absorbed a disposition towards the kind of systematization of
    • individuals sought a kind of connection with the spiritual
    • nature man experiences within himself a kind of world-memory.
    • nature could develop from their instinctive life by a kind of
    • particular kind of spiritual being, from whom we can receive
    • kind seek to assert themselves.
    • That is why, in the ancient Orient, commerce is a kind of
    • people. As concomitants of modern technical life, all kinds of
    • this is the time when mankind must regain, at a higher level,
    • remains a kind of dead thought. Anyone, however, who becomes
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    • mankind into a mood of extraordinary pessimism and
    • the things that can elevate mankind and that exist in man
    • at the same time it can never be the business of mankind to get
    • direct mankind. Yet we can also see, there in the East, that it
    • of development in mankind, to penetrate to the self after all.
    • that mankind sought as knowledge and as higher spiritual life,
    • undergo a complete transformation as a man, a kind of
    • had consciously to undergo a kind of death. He experienced,
    • and into social life. In ascribing a function of this kind to
    • kind of extrinsic purpose to it. Objections of this kind,
    • What grew out of this kind of society in Asia then established
    • that, as early as the eleventh century, a kind of Socialism
    • kind of bewilderment that ensues when the question arises: How
    • educational method of this kind, education of the spirit and
    • experience of the different forms of mankind. These differences
    • articulated into the social organization of mankind. Whereas
    • what we ought to see is the kind of thing Herman Grimm had in
    • mind, or whether we are not justified in thinking that mankind
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    • kinds of social institutions in which they claim that mankind,
    • or at any rate a section of mankind, would prosper better than
    • kind of social system. It is possible today to be familiar with
    • less. The fact is that mankind can prosper socially in all
    • kinds of different ways, within the most varied
    • into the factory and business, whatever its kind, and being
    • had to teach all kinds of subjects. I never kowtowed to any
    • my kind of popular instruction impossible, but the fact that
    • mankind today are employed in such a way that their work cannot
    • needs. Mankind has had to become resigned about
    • time, played a much greater rôle in mankind's
    • Anyone today who, growing up within mankind, has no
    • hankerings of this kind, it has come about — as
    • kind will not help you.
    • kind of superstition the ideas and concepts and notions that we
    • What do we assert? We assert that mankind was originally
    • the knowledge imparted to them is of a kind that they
    • much for us here! Yet when you speak of this kind of thing,
    • I certainly believe that social influence of this kind must be
    • want it; but in affairs of this kind, the important thing is
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    • demonstrate how mankind could achieve social thinking and
    • unconscious will of mankind in Europe. Everywhere we find these
    • become conscious of the direction in which mankind is really
    • part what mankind has worked out intellectually and embodied in
    • institution. In the historical development of mankind in
    • say, a third kind of obstacle to true social co-operation among
    • represents a kind of sovereign remedy, enabling them to decide
    • of these is the spiritual life of mankind. This spiritual life
    • that is really to flourish in the spiritual life of mankind
    • life of mankind. Instead, the opponents of natural law
    • looking solely at what has exercised mankind historically, we
    • consequence of this, however, mankind also proceeds
    • becomes increasingly abstract. What mankind acquires in one
    • into men's habits of thought and feeling a kind of abstraction.
    • so we have reached a kind of dead end in the matter of
    • noblest of intentions for the development of mankind, a man
    • Associations of this kind will come into being. They are
    • way, you can also see that, for over a century, mankind in
    • law. Any other kind of law turns into convention. True law must
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • This kind of perception
    • such things, because again and again things which are of this kind of
    • Century in the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described
    • Neither kind of clairvoyance
    • is that which is really capable of advancing mankind at the present
    • that portion of mankind to which our body belongs. Both are stages of
    • develop, as a third kind, as a clairvoyance that appears neither as
    • we grasp it from within or from without, because this kind of clairvoyance
    • that which kindles the blood or nerve imaginations, they then think
    • of the future progress of mankind really depends on this. I say this
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • This kind of perception
    • such things, because again and again things which are of this kind of
    • Century in the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described
    • Neither kind of clairvoyance
    • is that which is really capable of advancing mankind at the present
    • that portion of mankind to which our body belongs. Both are stages of
    • develop, as a third kind, as a clairvoyance that appears neither as
    • we grasp it from within or from without, because this kind of clairvoyance
    • that which kindles the blood or nerve imaginations, they then think
    • of the future progress of mankind really depends on this. I say this
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    • Martha Keltz. It is presented here with the kind permission
    • This kind of perception was the normal
    • kind of perception on the Old Moon, and in what existed at that
    • because again and again things arise that are of this kind of
    • the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described here was
    • Neither kind of clairvoyance is that
    • which is really capable of advancing mankind at the present time.
    • These are the kinds of clairvoyance that were valid for ancient
    • not for ourselves, but for that portion of mankind to which our
    • third kind of clairvoyance that does not involve desire for laying
    • this kind of clairvoyance can no longer be an “enjoyment,”
    • selflessness, but to undertake preferably that which kindles the
    • the future progress of mankind really depends upon this. I say this
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    • Martha Keltz. It is presented here with the kind permission
    • This kind of perception was the normal
    • kind of perception on the Old Moon, and in what existed at that
    • because again and again things arise that are of this kind of
    • the life of mankind. As the first clairvoyance described here was
    • Neither kind of clairvoyance is that
    • which is really capable of advancing mankind at the present time.
    • These are the kinds of clairvoyance that were valid for ancient
    • not for ourselves, but for that portion of mankind to which our
    • third kind of clairvoyance that does not involve desire for laying
    • this kind of clairvoyance can no longer be an “enjoyment,”
    • selflessness, but to undertake preferably that which kindles the
    • the future progress of mankind really depends upon this. I say this
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    • through a trap-door into a kind of `cellar' as regards his view
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature In the
    • Spiritual progress of mankind rest3 finally on the fact that
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • as a kind of miracle, the gleam (der Schien) of those things
    • Auguste Comte is regarded as a kind of rarity, in historical
    • Church was to bring out a kind of Calendar. A certain number of
    • he came at first to all kinds of abstract thoughts in the
    • Golgotha into the history of mankind. That he sought
    • of mankind.
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    • through a trap-door into a kind of `cellar' as regards his view
    • mankind, and everything of a hindering nature In the
    • Spiritual progress of mankind rest3 finally on the fact that
    • mankind, because one has to think differently about these
    • as a kind of miracle, the gleam (der Schien) of those things
    • Auguste Comte is regarded as a kind of rarity, in historical
    • Church was to bring out a kind of Calendar. A certain number of
    • he came at first to all kinds of abstract thoughts in the
    • Golgotha into the history of mankind. That he sought
    • of mankind.
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    • presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • theories. It will teach mankind thinking, awaken thinking
    • forces in mankind that are not powerless regarding
    • God and before mankind”—when one considers the actual
    • development of mankind since the rise of Christianity, a
    • is not at all possible to bring about any kind of improvement
    • is a sacrifice for mankind.
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    • presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • theories. It will teach mankind thinking, awaken thinking
    • forces in mankind that are not powerless regarding
    • God and before mankind”—when one considers the actual
    • development of mankind since the rise of Christianity, a
    • is not at all possible to bring about any kind of improvement
    • is a sacrifice for mankind.
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    • mankind, and because from these impulses alone can we hope for
    • all that the human heart can feel as the progress of mankind.
    • of Heaven to mediaeval mankind, as the Greek received his
    • of support, all kinds of figures which have no
    • between — these different kinds of themes. We see that
    • about art of this kind — if one really contemplates art
    • Only from this kind of discrimination could there proceed the
    • truthfully create artistic forms from it. If mankind does not
    • been experienced in the former kind of plastic art and
    • existence of a movement of some kind. Let anyone turn to the
    • which has imposed so severe an ordeal on mankind there should
    • mankind, and have come to the following conclusion —
    • when this spirit, near him, has some plan for mankind and
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • mankind, and because from these impulses alone can we hope for
    • all that the human heart can feel as the progress of mankind.
    • of Heaven to mediaeval mankind, as the Greek received his
    • of support, all kinds of figures which have no
    • between — these different kinds of themes. We see that
    • about art of this kind — if one really contemplates art
    • Only from this kind of discrimination could there proceed the
    • truthfully create artistic forms from it. If mankind does not
    • been experienced in the former kind of plastic art and
    • existence of a movement of some kind. Let anyone turn to the
    • which has imposed so severe an ordeal on mankind there should
    • mankind, and have come to the following conclusion —
    • when this spirit, near him, has some plan for mankind and
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    • and wanted to do as a kind of invitation to penetrate deeper into
    • modern mankind on a narrowly limited subject. As an example we
    • put together in the gayest manner of all kinds of other metals.
    • and devours them, so that she has now only two of each kind left.
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    • question, if we want to understand the world, of what kind of
    • striving mankind, we may see in the Beautiful Lily another
    • say anything against this kind of soul. If a man did not have it nor
    • aspiring mankind. Therefore the Temple is to rise beyond the River,
    • where there is already a receptivity, a definite kind of light.
    • kind. And how must he discover it? He knows of what it consists, but
    • must be of an esoteric kind, and you will find that one can really
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    • regarding nature, but much in it resembles a kind of theory
    • of a spiritual kind by means of which man climbs the stages of
    • included all kinds of physical and chemical forms. For those who
    • copied it. Humbug and nonsense of all kinds went on in the
    • kinds of stuff was made, with the result that what at that time was
    • and then added to these words a description of feeling, a kind of
    • spiritual aim of mankind, if it is only sought in an abstract way,
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    • the mask, descend from the Kothurni and deliver a kind of Epilogue.
    • reading all kinds of things and conducting all kinds of
    • when he is in the midst of all kinds of masques and revels. All the
    • the glowing tripod. We are concerned to show how a kind of
    • philosophers Anaxagoras and Thales are figures of this kind.
    • initiation. In the material world, the kindly powers of the
    • exhortation to mankind, that when someone speaks of a thing in the
    • soul, which when developed, lead mankind step by step into
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    • you a kind of survey of human evolution on the earth, that may
    • thought about the evolution of man and of mankind. It is
    • human beings were childlike, that they believed in all kinds of
    • back, we picture man in a kind of animal form. Thus, in the
    • picture disappears in a kind of cloud, and before that again we
    • see man in his animal imperfection as a kind of higher
    • a kind of colony, we find there a disposition of soul utterly
    • happened, a man would set up some kind of memorial, and when he
    • mankind has its origin and cause in the inner being of man. If
    • this kind of memory, for a memory that is not within him but is
    • Gospels contain a passage that recalls this kind of memory,
    • out. A terrible experience of this kind befell a friend of mine
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    • great change came about which brought in a new kind of memory,
    • Initiates. The rest of mankind had as their ordinary
    • took place during the sleep-condition of the third kind,
    • kind of consciousness they had in those olden times, and you
    • It was another mankind that could call Asia the last or lowest
    • prehistoric times, the more do we find this kind of conquest
    • take place. Mankind would not have been able to develop on the
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    • evolution of mankind.
    • Stuttgart, a kind of enlightened cognition; clairvoyance,
    • may call a kind of synthetic Mystery. That is to say, in this
    • power. Trouble of all kinds befell the inhabitants, physical
    • history of mankind. Through the influence of the spirit that
    • Gilgamesh experienced a kind of initiation in a Post-Atlantean
    • and of mankind was attained by
    • in reality a kind of sense-organ for the Earth and could take
    • of extraordinary importance in the history of mankind. I
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    • through a kind of Western Post-Atlantean initiation.
    • Mysteries) — they were led into a kind of sanctuary where
    • kind of air-element, and downwards into a kind of earthly
    • body, soul, and spirit of mankind.
    • barbarians with civilised mankind, creating so to speak an
    • that. Only Christianity could bring to mankind the true
    • mankind, in its connection with the East. For the real
    • then mankind began to receive in increasing measure logic,
    • mankind, and at the same time an all-important moment in the
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    • relationship of this kind. For he knew that he could only work
    • place on Saturn, Sun and Moon, — the kind of living
    • impulse working in them all, — to tear mankind away from
    • evolution of mankind aright when we say: We, with our way of
    • East what Greece had to give for the progress of mankind, so
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    • of mankind, we have first to bring about a change in our power
    • Starting then from this world, the world that is a kind of
    • Present-day mankind would never have come into being if Asia
    • Present-day mankind is built up upon personality, upon the
    • personality of the individual. Eastern mankind was not so built
    • past. In the time that followed, however, mankind as such had
    • abstractions. We have reached a time when mankind has no longer
    • we may call it a kind of soul-world in time. This is the world
    • is, as it were, a kind of valley or chasm moving at this time
    • the old materialism — and a great part of mankind does
    • circle a kind of inner discipline in Aristotle was cultivated
    • the historical evolution of mankind. It is easy enough to say
    • to kindle in our hearts and souls. In the midst of the
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    • incision into the historical evolution of mankind is the
    • substances. All this kind of knowledge that traces back the
    • This was the kind of thought in which a student of Nature
    • up in the following way, — in order to have some kind of
    • days, instead of pursuing true science, men build up all kinds
    • can actually perceive in the form of man where the one kind and
    • is it with the astral body? In space, there is no other kind of
    • enough. You may have albumenous substance of this kind in
    • away in the course of the historical evolution of mankind; it
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    • eternal letters into the history of mankind, though the writing
    • Earth in a physical body. Many and varied kinds of Gods were
    • closely united with mankind, from Whom man in his innermost
    • a world filled with the jealousy of certain kinds of Gods. Ever
    • ancient holier years of mankind's history and had worked
    • the eye of the soul the past evolution of mankind. Whoever
    • statue of Man, the statue of the Representative of mankind,
    • their way, a way that is no longer fully understood by mankind
    • happened in the evolution of mankind that something sacred to
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    • that until the nineteenth century mankind was childish and
    • this kind, one becomes attentive to the fact that something is
    • men. A kind of revolution is taking place in the Cosmos, the
    • it is historically incumbent upon the whole of mankind to
    • come into being in the future, for the blessing of mankind,
    • From God, Mankind has Being.
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • essentially different in kind from those I have been permitted
    • talk of all kinds of spiritistic seances, of nebulous mystic
    • scientific education that mankind has enjoyed for the past
    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • kind of outer forces, the human life took its course exactly as
    • through some kind of second awakening, a higher awakening, to
    • kind of development of the soul-forces.
    • of the kind. The exercises must be performed in the soul
    • kindled it. Even extinguishing of ordinary concepts is very
    • certain kind of vision with vigor and exactness.
    • of the world, he gets the impulse to develop further the kinds
    • anything of the kind, must not be confused with what we have in
    • kind of knowledge, which can actually be understood by anyone
    • either in words or in some kind of signs, all that comes to me
    • fantasy is a kind of arbitrary projection of what man can
    • high, in which Christ, as the Representative of mankind, is
    • the forming of any kind of sect. Anthroposophy is far removed
    • the soul of man. Anthroposophy has to be that kind of spirit
    • Anthroposophy, and through it willed to serve mankind,
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    • kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach,
    • essentially different in kind from those I have been permitted
    • talk of all kinds of spiritistic seances, of nebulous mystic
    • scientific education that mankind has enjoyed for the past
    • nevertheless, a discord of soul which is expressed in all kinds
    • kind of outer forces, the human life took its course exactly as
    • through some kind of second awakening, a higher awakening, to
    • kind of development of the soul-forces.
    • of the kind. The exercises must be performed in the soul
    • kindled it. Even extinguishing of ordinary concepts is very
    • certain kind of vision with vigor and exactness.
    • of the world, he gets the impulse to develop further the kinds
    • anything of the kind, must not be confused with what we have in
    • kind of knowledge, which can actually be understood by anyone
    • either in words or in some kind of signs, all that comes to me
    • fantasy is a kind of arbitrary projection of what man can
    • high, in which Christ, as the Representative of mankind, is
    • the forming of any kind of sect. Anthroposophy is far removed
    • the soul of man. Anthroposophy has to be that kind of spirit
    • Anthroposophy, and through it willed to serve mankind,
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • Consciousness. There remains a kind of reflection of this
    • members of the whole of mankind; and that is because the
    • etheric and physical bodies as a kind of shell into which he
    • stronger than they should be in the normal evolution of mankind.
    • by our body. Mankind is subject naturally to this delusion to-day.
    • exist. Before the Mystery of Golgotha there existed another kind of
    • mankind.
    • Mystery of Golgotha the Church established a kind of grade in the
    • bring some kind of order into human intercourse. As formerly it was
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • Consciousness. There remains a kind of reflection of this
    • members of the whole of mankind; and that is because the
    • etheric and physical bodies as a kind of shell into which he
    • stronger than they should be in the normal evolution of mankind.
    • by our body. Mankind is subject naturally to this delusion to-day.
    • exist. Before the Mystery of Golgotha there existed another kind of
    • mankind.
    • Mystery of Golgotha the Church established a kind of grade in the
    • bring some kind of order into human intercourse. As formerly it was
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    • at first the child grows into the world as in a kind of
    • basis of things:. One can have the same kind of experience
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    • at first the child grows into the world as in a kind of
    • basis of things:. One can have the same kind of experience
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • Three Kinds of Clairvoyance
    • this Unity-Demon, which is at the same time a kind of
    • humanity. Of a quite other kind is the clairvoyant results
    • generally the case that with reference to these two kinds of
    • kind of clairvoyance is that which arises, when what we call
    • perhaps venture to call this kind of clairvoyance,
    • note this word — for all mankind, not merely for one
    • kinds of human egoism, and will very easily mislead the
    • distinction has to be made between these two kinds of
    • This kind of
    • for the whole of mankind. Ludwig Feuerbach wrote the
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    • by an unknown typist! It is presented here with the kind permission
    • Three Kinds of Clairvoyance
    • this Unity-Demon, which is at the same time a kind of
    • humanity. Of a quite other kind is the clairvoyant results
    • generally the case that with reference to these two kinds of
    • kind of clairvoyance is that which arises, when what we call
    • perhaps venture to call this kind of clairvoyance,
    • note this word — for all mankind, not merely for one
    • kinds of human egoism, and will very easily mislead the
    • distinction has to be made between these two kinds of
    • This kind of
    • for the whole of mankind. Ludwig Feuerbach wrote the
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    • We present this lecture here with the kind permission of the
    • as regards mankind when we extend our interests, when we are
    • of mankind. Progress is not gained by the mere preaching of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind.
    • post-Atlantean age, mankind was closer to the divine
    • spiritual powers. And that which drew mankind closer to the
    • various peoples, did not yet exist. Mankind was still divided
    • our unkindness and lack of interest, add to the sorrow and
    • unkindness and lack of interest exist. Since the
    • given to mankind as original virtue.
    • that there is still an instinctive feeling, which is a kind
    • This kind of
    • gain it by developing a particular kind of feeling, that
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    • We present this lecture here with the kind permission of the
    • as regards mankind when we extend our interests, when we are
    • of mankind. Progress is not gained by the mere preaching of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind.
    • post-Atlantean age, mankind was closer to the divine
    • spiritual powers. And that which drew mankind closer to the
    • various peoples, did not yet exist. Mankind was still divided
    • our unkindness and lack of interest, add to the sorrow and
    • unkindness and lack of interest exist. Since the
    • given to mankind as original virtue.
    • that there is still an instinctive feeling, which is a kind
    • This kind of
    • gain it by developing a particular kind of feeling, that
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    • was kindled in the boyish soul a certain aspiration for what
    • into contact with every possible kind of person and took part
    • in every possible kind of quarrel and battle during the first
    • holiness, do all kinds of things. This, indeed, is not
    • of Schiller belong among mankind's most cultivated
    • mankind. As we have already suggested, this element not only
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    • magnifying glass to light the candle, kindling a flame to offer
    • of existence, just consider how shortsighted many kinds of
    • ghost. But this is just the kind of event that so profoundly
    • imagine that Goethe had a direct experience of a similar kind
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    • system]. These are, in essence, the three kinds of nerves, and
    • with kindness and affection by his master, the human traits
    • the possibility of continuing his kindness to the dog, the
    • wisdom-filled tasks as he can. It is, however, a different kind
    • which is an utterly different kind of dreaming — the moment
    • the most varied kinds of vocational work.
    • awake during this kind of work because what really comes into
    • up in the evolution of mankind.
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    • anarchy would inevitably overtake mankind if no one were to
    • elemental kind; we might say an elemental kind of the fourth
    • accessible to the kind of influence that I have just described.
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    • kind, and these symptoms are then diagnosed as an expression of
    • The effort is then made to introduce this kind of psychology
    • is like a person who wishes to know what kind of grain will
    • his karma. Even the kind of physical body we have depends upon
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    • kind. But for Vischer it was entirely right and had to be so.
    • times in which people depended on a kind of knowledge that
    • kinds of strange things there. In short, even social karma may
    • or that experience and underwent complications of one kind or
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    • — the kind of reality that they alone see — and not at such
    • are also all kinds of strange members of occult brotherhoods
    • three Allies, any kind of numbers can, after all, be put
    • other than by imposing upon her a kind of occult imprisonment,
    • most serious things of mankind are at stake.
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    • example, a kind of illustration of what I mean. We are now
    • but also the metal. I find new things of this kind every day
    • held all kinds of festivities because they considered him a
    • kindness of the Prince, however, gradually subsided and after a
    • the other, to all kinds of swindles. Whatever comes from
    • that it also says “I;” that it has the same kind of
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    • or, as it is said, into a kind of paganism. In their opinion it
    • kind, this connection at the present time is false. This leads
    • all kinds of fraternal names and claim to be protectors of the
    • mankind from what it possessed, for example, even in the
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    • is to turn to this worship of Christ, mankind will still need a
    • for all mankind. We must not associate some specific religious
    • considered teaching mankind that our environment really
    • groups. One of them maintained that mankind was not yet ready
    • the middle of the century that mankind was indeed ready to be
    • mankind. This question was first raised in the fourth decade of
    • mankind now has to pay for this in that the psychic media have
    • been usurped by all kinds of occultists. The latter do not
    • France would have been lost. This is the kind of stuff people
    • are many kinds of occultism in our age.
    • out whether mankind nowadays is ready to accept spiritual
    • all kinds of movements, occult brotherhoods, as well as
    • all kinds of pronouncements by the psychic media; in fact,
    • place in America to cure mankind of the idea of reincarnation.
    • kinds of séances in several localities. When media were
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    • mankind had been given.
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    • mankind's development passed at the time of the Mystery of
    • culture of mankind, the mankind from whom the present
    • also having their planets. And if men notice what kind of
    • speaking, simply as a kind of glowing ball in universal
    • Mystery of the Sun, making mankind forget this mystery, not
    • clearer to mankind, for the age must begin that is in the
    • undoing of mankind can be observed today in countless places.
    • saying, all kinds of bourgeois folk who naturally were not
    • evolution, binding Himself to mankind in such a way that He
    • For confused chatter about all kinds of spiritual things,
    • present-day mankind. Precisely in the same way as the sun is
    • same kind. Again an image resembling another that I will draw
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    • certain sense this human head is really a kind of independent
    • understanding a matter of this kind.
    • do. Here you have to make a kind of map. You see, every time
    • consciousness lies another, a kind of dream consciousness,
    • consciousness is really a kind of collateral impulse of his
    • is an inner record, a little bit of what is of the same kind
    • cultural life of mankind. For in these concepts that man
    • mankind's evolution of the old hand-weaving; that from the
    • bourgeois will listen in the theatre to all kinds of
    • what kind of world outlook has been produced out of the point
    • this or that filed or planed, and things of that kind:
    • principle the mutual love of all mankind. How this was
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    • referred to as the Good. A concept of this kind is just what
    • spread out perceptibly before us, we have to see a kind of
    • fundamentally this kind of representation of the Sun that
    • gas or something of the kind. This is what the physicist
    • space red hot gas or something of the kind. This is what the
    • space. But it is a strange kind of empty space: When I say
    • some kind of property. It can also happen that you have given
    • particular kind of — if I may so express
    • kind of miracle — but nowadays it would not happen
    • kind of shadow-form, because the thoughts of the spirits of
    • ourselves from a certain point of view another kind of
    • Where the souls are concerned however, mankind is a unity,
    • trees and every possible kind of sketch. However, my dear
    • nice kind people — one could not have any objection to
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    • anything of this kind; for people look upon natural science
    • something of this kind, (we might have chosen any other
    • generally, to buy stock of this kind ‘for future
    • quite a large number of people to buy stock of this kind
    • delivery’ in stock of this kind, in order to sell it
    • kind; but now, in the meantime, during the period which had
    • proceeds to deduce from this with a kind of logical necessity
    • from the real reality of life, has made the kind of
    • and demand’ into account, or questions of that kind: conditions
    • at the kind of consumption that is connected with the
    • mankind. And, as regards the present day, one might venture
    • it would probably be very much to the happiness of mankind.
    • all sides. I don't mean a kind of spiritual science that
    • for work, and the manufacture of particular kinds of
    • nevertheless, where an isolated undertaking of this kind is
    • directed solely by people thoroughly imbued with the kind of
    • then the kind of arrangements will naturally grow up, which
    • will be the proceeds of this kind of transaction between live
    • determining conditions. When a kind of economic thinking
    • from understanding of requirements, then a kind of
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    • till now. In discussing a subject of this kind, I must really
    • kind from the bed-rock of general economics. What was the
    • necessary for mankind to know about the Threefold question.
    • exactly the same agitation going on as before. As mankind is
    • would also inevitably come to grief, if the general kind of
    • to suit the kind of understanding which passes current with
    • mankind to wake up; when one has taken the practical steps to
    • enable a part of mankind to wake up; and one sees people
    • advocating, in their newspapers and everywhere, the kind of
    • pointed out instead, that the only kind of Spirit is the one
    • the feeling: It is a far worse superstition, than the kind of
    • intend to carry on a particular kind of undertaking, then, in
    • impossible for you to make this particular kind of practical
    • towards a great many movements of all kinds. I myself could
    • understanding of realities. Abstractions of this kind you can
    • this kind have no longer anything to do with the actual life
    • title is to be conferred, and things of that kind. In short,
    • to something which mankind cannot but long for today, in so
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    • is just on this point that we can see that this kind of
    • leave it undone. But this contradicts every kind of
    • different kind of perception. In my writings, where more
    • organ introduced a kind of unknown quantity into the soul life,
    • be completely removed from any kind of dream life in the soul.
    • this meditating be far removed from any kind of dream state or
    • All the various kinds of exercises that dull the
    • underlying order which may be compared to the kind of
    • wherever the spiritual is sought. All visions and every kind of
    • scientist of spirit is a kind of visionary whose task is easy
    • our ordinary life, but only a different kind of knowledge
    • world about various kinds of societies because their members
    • constantly suggest that they are a higher kind of human being.
    • germinal kind of evolution? No, it is due to evolution becoming
    • everyday life, providing it is a real kind of thinking, it does
    • thinking, on the other, what bears our soul life in a kind of
    • kind of considerations we have discussed today, in which
    • order to grasp the spirit in a completely free kind of
    • upon our own powers for producing a particular kind of
    • intuition — this is the kind of truth that must be seen
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    • kind of prophecy. Immediately after Schiller had come to
    • got beyond the merely factual kind of historical observation
    • German nation at that time arose out of a kind of activity of
    • of life we find a kind of life that is more like a society. And
    • which a higher kind of understanding becomes particularly
    • various peoples to each other, turn into a kind of diplomacy
    • knowledge, the same kind of knowledge, the same kind of
    • really carries out in exemplary fashion the kind of method
    • elude this kind of observation. They also elude this kind of
    • significant man, Friedrich Theodor Vischer, had a kind of
    • light of this instinctive kind of understanding. And we can
    • will be ready to evolve their particular kind of soul which at
    • is much more difficult to do this than any other kind of
    • the fifties. This was quite a different kind of experience.
    • find a law of history, though not of the kind that I
    • earlier lives has first to be gained through the kind of
    • than the kind of understanding that has produced such great
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    • studying the nature of man that the kind of science that
    • monism, then we find that our need for a deeper kind of
    • a paradoxical way to show his audience what kind of activity
    • thinking by meditation (the various kinds of meditation
    • and it makes us aware that the kind of thinking employed in
    • released from the physical organism — only not the kind
    • thinking, of the kind of thinking that he employs in
    • step toward the kind of thing we are discussing here, but only
    • soul life. And so in this kind of “empty”
    • statue with the kind of logic that operates in our ordinary
    • this kind of motivation, which for our ordinary life appears to
    • that it develops it is really destined for another kind of
    • kind. We become aware of a new seed of life within us. —
    • danger of becoming lost. But the other kind of consciousness
    • the spirit-man possesses a higher stage of memory, not the kind
    • A higher kind of memory arises. Paradoxical as it may seem,
    • ghost as imagined by trivial and superstitious kinds of
    • different kind of connection. What lives in the spiritual world
    • know all the various kinds of objections that can be brought
    • kind of preparatory training for the further development
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    • all kinds of occult and mystical endeavors are likely to spring
    • strength in action, and for faith in mankind and its destiny.
    • outer impression has been received by all kinds of feelings and
    • mathematical kind, one is exclusively concerned with a simple
    • really be so, that an idea of this kind is not taken from one's
    • is to be directed, from a book, or something of the kind, which
    • these things, a group of ideas of this kind, in order to have
    • the anthroposophical path of knowledge aims at the kind of
    • opposite is the case when a kind of higher consciousness
    • will, a kind of sleep is included in our waking life.
    • act, there is really a kind of sleep present in man's waking
    • has some kind of cataract so that through some opacity it
    • something quite different for the kind of research which uses
    • take up a rational medicine of this kind. Already there exist
    • movement? If something of the kind was necessary in
    • the religions, and the religious needs of mankind.
    • physical we have something that is itself a kind of
    • world in its entirety, only when as if through a kind of
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    • prey to a kind of soul hunger and to what happens as a
    • different kind from those of earlier times. The science of
    • quite different kind of perception, as far as it is possible
    • starting point, and gradually coming to a particular kind of
    • more advanced kind of physics.
    • foundation for a kind of observation which even today is
    • particular kind of perceptive consciousness. And he does this
    • images from their normal task by a particular kind of
    • whatever their significance, whatever kind of picture of the
    • start with the inner activity of his ideas, with a kind of
    • kind of meditation normally described and which is nothing more
    • acquire a much stronger kind of activity in the soul working in
    • very depths of our being, as if in a kind of abyss. And then
    • or that produce morbid or unsound states of any kind, but they
    • This kind of assumption led Immanuel Hermann Fichte (1797-1879)
    • second kind of exercise consists in pouring out a certain kind
    • Morality — though quite a different kind of morality from
    • expression painfully in a way, and which has a kind of
    • quite a different kind of consciousness is at work in the
    • details of the kind of experience I have been describing. I
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    • eye for the connection between the suffering and this kind of
    • desire the latter above all else could mean a kind of refined
    • already taken. In 1824 he worked toward setting up a kind of
    • the kind to be found here and there sailing under the flag of
    • reached a stage today where the kind of solution of the social
    • will not be a kind of shadowy idealism but a tremendous
    • everyone and can kindle inner life in everyone is in a position
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • must speak for itself. An explanation of any kind is not in
    • man expresses himself in sound have been studied by a kind of
    • Our Eurhythmy, besides being of the nature of Art, is a kind
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • must speak for itself. An explanation of any kind is not in
    • man expresses himself in sound have been studied by a kind of
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    • This volume is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf
    • lectures you will have seen how man comes to a kind of
    • — has arrived at a kind of crisis. This dependence of
    • Then Schiller wrote one might say as a kind of Spiritual
    • produces something of this kind, all the ideas one expresses
    • Pamphlet, containing all kinds of evil, consciously evil
    • the Centre a kind of ethical element is cultivated, and
    • help mankind. We assume, of course, that this Spiritual
    • kinds of piety are carried out into the world which satisfy
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • impulse which will come to mankind in this way. That means,
    • merging oneself into universal being, a kind of longing to
    • a kind bliss not to desire to appear again on the Earth.
    • other danger threatening for man to kindle and consume his
    • shadow of doubt, you will see the Ahrimanisation of Mankind.
    • life, this super-individualised existence of mankind, this
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    • mankind today — a spiritual deepening through the new
    • kindly — there is more of a sentimental, theological and
    • These beings were interested in the progress of mankind, for
    • with mankind of the future. It will no longer be possible to
    • make a start with a new kind of education. This will help to
    • advance mankind's present evolution. If we talk in old
    • impulse at this juncture, when a social impulse of the kind
    • the nineteenth century it has been necessary for mankind to
    • beliefs. And why shouldn't we be kindly disposed towards what
    • naturally, granted,what lives in mankind today, the
    • of the kind we can observe around us, they should be of the
    • kind that, for example, the Waldorf School is. In the Waldorf
    • only what is easy; to link together just any kinds of
    • modest extent, to carry mankind on into the future.
    • much, will be learnt from the kind of thing I made my point
    • the womb of time that has to be found if mankind is to arrive
    • well that it has not been found by mankind through what has
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    • going to give you a kind of comprehensive survey; that is the
    • really genuine spiritual deepening is necessary for mankind
    • nature of things there can be no possible kind of compromise
    • religious atmosphere (I say that quite kindly) and the ether
    • scientific without any kind of bias — whereas it was
    • developing the body according to some kind of physical
    • was really the outcome of a kind of priggishness, an
    • present time, to allude to it, because this kind of attitude
    • courage to take hold of the spiritual with the same kind of
    • preach the old creeds. Now of course we can look quite kindly
    • in this kind of thing ,but oh! for goodness sake, do not let
    • the present time, is pelted with every possible kind of
    • kind of thing that various people here and there think about,
    • they are rather the kind of thing that we are doing, for
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    • a kind of vague, indefinite quantity It might be said that
    • have been invented about all kinds of gravitational forces
    • that which I am going to put before you today in a kind of
    • such occasions mention is made of all kinds of illusions
    • of this, a kind of convenient mathematical-mechanical world
    • seventh and fifteenth years is of such a kind as to kill out
    • perfectly dry in order that no water of any kind is present;
    • to sleep with all kinds of hypotheses of this kind. There are
    • innumerable examples of the same kind where people will
    • tautology. The importance of this kind of cosmic
    • there is something of this kind bound up with the real being
    • promptly squashed by the lawyers! Men have a kind of feeling
    • cannot be changed. The aim of mankind must be directed at the
    • has not occurred to students as yet to give the same kind of
    • in front of one. This will produce quite a different kind of
    • fluidic in his soul-forces of a kind which are necessary in
    • capable to do this kind of thing. It is in these cases
    • man has capabilities of a certain kind; he lives in such and
    • same kind of things as they themselves used to do; they
    • to the thought that imagines the kind of empire which has
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    • thinking. Man is becoming a kind of automaton in the
    • mankind. Since the middle of the fifteenth century man has
    • existence. This has been the lot of mankind since the middle
    • divine-spiritual Beings who work creatively in mankind, is
    • steep themselves in one-sided truths of this kind and the
    • is a kind of pump which drives the blood through the body.
    • hood-winked mankind so far as striving for real knowledge is
    • kinds of nebulous ideas by theologians and others who know
    • give this kind of education is to prepare for the application
    • the Divine-Spiritual which transcends matter must be kindled
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • It is due, however, to a kind of possession — possession
    • he is about to tell me all kinds of interesting things. If he
    • onwards will make the kind of kind of mysteries to which I
    • all the time being killed by a higher kind of life. It is the
    • kind, is always deadening it.
    • Goethe perceived something of this kind when he spoke of
    • something appears which shows man as a kind of ossified
    • upwards over the head to appear like a kind of hood that is
    • up with the wings, In short, there appears a kind of
    • shape to secrets of this kind, to this kind of
    • nature, of a spiritual though unconscious kind, which when
    • attempted in order that, starting from a feeing of this kind,
    • kind — we understand the recently-deceased Gustave Klimt,
    • shape in his soul some kind of image of her. Anyone, however,
    • understood only by those who have had the same kind of
    • this kind of the physical-superphysical, and its realisation
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    • It is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • that certain gifted artists whose creations suggest a kind of
    • by clairvoyant vision is the kind of vision which unfolds
    • yearn for cloudy, nebulous experience of all kinds; it is
    • experiences of a definite kind in connection with Art.
    • the clairvoyant develops a new kind of thinking that is to
    • with his different kind of thinking and perception, the seer
    • begins to develop a new and much deeper kind of feeling and
    • new kind of emotion and feeling. In the condition of
    • form and colouring, this is a kind of perception similar in
    • blanching and a kind of reddening — at a higher level
    • still a third kind of spiritual experience in regard to
    • the soul to develop super-sensible perception — the kind
    • are right for us are of a much more intellectual kind,
    • higher level and turn it into poetry, depends upon the kind
    • modern science or intellectual aesthetics. The kind of
    • healing of mankind in the present and future lies in the
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    • itself? It is true that during the 18th century a loose kind of thinking
    • remaining forces are accompanied by the right kind of feeling, they
    • it. Indeed the healthy evolution of mankind depends very largely upon
    • whether this kind of feeling is developed.
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    • We present this lecture here with the kind permission of the
    • as regards mankind when we extend our interests, when we are
    • of mankind. Progress is not gained by the mere preaching of
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind.
    • post-Atlantean age, mankind was closer to the divine
    • spiritual powers. And that which drew mankind closer to the
    • various peoples, did not yet exist. Mankind was still divided
    • our unkindness and lack of interest, add to the sorrow and
    • unkindness and lack of interest exist. Since the
    • given to mankind as original virtue.
    • that there is still an instinctive feeling, which is a kind
    • This kind of
    • gain it by developing a particular kind of feeling, that
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    • 1940. From Ga/Bn 211. We present it here with the kind permission of
    • that part of the entire evolution of mankind which
    • there already existed thinking of a certain kind, although
    • little. Everything that was kindled in them as perception, as
    • most essential facts of knowledge for modern mankind. The
    • and death. The entire consciousness of mankind has changed in
    • compared with modern man, he had a kind of animal shape. If we
    • these ancient, divine teachers of mankind had descended. Had
    • reveal themselves to a few pupils or teachers of mankind who
    • mankind through this revealed divine wisdom, not even in the
    • death to enter gradually into the understanding of mankind, the
    • Jesus had to impart mysteries of a very special kind to
    • the divine teachers had appeared to primitive mankind.
    • salvation of mankind. It requires a certain strength in order
    • in the way of primeval mankind, nor in the way of the
    • of the Altar was conceived in order to lead mankind to regain a
    • is not done! But after mankind in its evolution has gone
    • Mankind has reached a point in regard to the comprehension of
    • mankind had once appeared, but Who was able to give the
    • of this communication of a God to mankind we shall draw the
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    • CHRISTIANITY IN THE EVOLUTION OF MODERN MANKIND
    • Mankind
    • blessing and advancement of mankind. Therefore, as we
    • concrete instance to illustrate this kind of mission.
    • ego as an impulse, as it was kindled in the astral body when
    • inwardly a kind of Pauline revelation in miniature — what
    • What kind of a task did the scholastics set
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    • course of time to a kind of heredity, and today the human beings are
    • of this kind exists unless the object of the petition is drawn down
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture IV: Theosophy and Darwin
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    • whole variety. The human being had to acquire the different kinds of
    • because it regards it as of the same kind. It is also in the cultural
    • particular kind of the human life itself.
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    • is why Tolstoy resorts again to a kind of higher organised Christianity,
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture VII: The Spirit-land
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    • to a kind of atmosphere in the devachan. But these three regions of
    • experiencing their particular kind of the “all-encompassing life”
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    • of the rarest kind, a human being who owned such a pure spiritual content
    • Our age is the age of the fifth principal race of humankind of which
    • had found a kind of grave in the low nature. This big destiny of the
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    • So, how one gets to a kind
    • achieved in such a kind in this field.
    • by the prejudice of the crudest kind or is inclined to judge without
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture X: Goethe's Gospel
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    • he collected the sunbeams and enkindled a little candle; he wanted to
    • enkindle a sacrificial service by the fire of nature. In Poetry
    • in Hebrew. He leads through all kinds of experience of the lower self.
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XI: Origin and Goal of the Human Being
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    • He speaks of perpetual “impacts” of spiritual kind which
    • of spiritual kind which causes the progress, in contrast to the materialistic
    • principle, it lives in buddhi. This means nothing else than a kind of
    • of our primeval mountains, all metals, all salts, all kinds of limestone,
    • of all substances of the earth. All the kinds of matter are found in
    • beings, they were between animal and human being, a kind of animal-humans.
    • kind of spirituality working out the buddhi nature from the kama nature
    • is necessary to think a new kind of “creation history”.
    • kind of leftovers, already almost like an impact of a skeleton which
    • can collapse due to vegetarianism. There are many people of such kind.
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    • the “choir of the spirits,” if the spark is enkindled in
    • light of the divine is enkindled in the snake, the light of the ancient
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    • his wife: go to the ferryman, bring him the three kinds of fruit, and
    • becomes a kind of obelisk; he serves as a sundial with which artificial
    • the knowledge of the most perfect kind, manas, from the golden king.
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    • the future stages. This spark was enkindled in distant past in the human
    • even more marvellous garden behind a kind of living wall. He asks whether
    • a kind of oriental costume. Three strange ropes are shown to him as
    • a kind of mystery that is triply enclosed, he must always meet new conditions.
    • A kind of war game develops, an image not a real war. Let us now pursue
    • kindles an internal, spiritual life in his soul, this life of the human
    • all impulses to attain new wisdom have come from the East to humankind.
    • of his own deepest nature is kindled within him with such certainty
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XV: The Evolution of the Earth
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    • and sensation because just due to the further development of humankind
    • and his clear waking consciousness. Once the whole humankind attains
    • physical view, through a merely bodily percipience. In one respect humankind
    • caused that the human being could produce a being of the same kind without
    • with pictorial ideas, with a pictorial kind of soul formation, and basically
    • in which Catholicism has degenerated to a kind of fetish service where
    • perfect to which humankind has developed, is the same one. This fetish
    • Today the natural sciences are already a kind of elementary theosophy.
    • of humankind also depended on the quite different developmental levels
    • the earth was in a material connection of much more intimate kind with
    • in those days by a kind of separation process. The human being existed
    • the reproduction happened as a kind of detachment. The daughter being
    • seal impressions, a kind of shades of that what the souls were in the
    • kind of reproduction, with the way the human being can bring something
    • heavenly body in two, so that at that time already a kind of invagination
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVI: The Great Initiates
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    • kind came from such initiatory schools. The nature of such initiatory
    • One can see this etheric body which is a kind of archetype of the human
    • body. Then you see the room not empty, but filled with a kind of archetype.
    • However, it is not through and through of the same kind, but is organised
    • which kind of influence on the world the great initiates have who experienced
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XVIII: The Future of the Human Being
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    • It is a kind of indication of the future as we have it also in the natural
    • kinds of obstacles to any thought concerning the future. One can feel
    • being; it was like a kind of inhaling and exhaling. He lived that way
    • the theorist of heat can show as a kind of death of our physical earth.
    • different from ours that in him forces of such a kind are that can take
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XIX: Schiller and the Present
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    • a kind of thesis, which he wrote with the departure from the Karlsschule
    • varied kind are spread out over nature. The human being is like a big
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XX: The Divinity Faculty and Theosophy
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    • monastic schools. The old schools had a kind of supplement for that
    • centuries of modern times, it was not in such a way. Only today, a kind
    • lose any value, but that the story is a kind of myth or poetry. One
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XXI: The Faculty of Law and Theosophy
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    • just be a kind of world wisdom. Those who developed our legal wisdom
    • However, the knowledge exists that there is a kind of mathematics, a
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XXIII: The Arts Faculty and Theosophy
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    • the ability of logic formally, then this precious good of humankind
    • but also which kind of human being the examinee is, whether he has the
    • about the spirit of humankind flowed to him... [Gap].
    • Leonardo da Vinci got thoughts about the spirit of humankind as thoughts
    • can become something sacred if it is for the benefit of humankind. If
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture I: The Significance of Supersensible Knowledge Today
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    • audience with the kind of issues investigated by spiritual
    • Another kind of
    • kind of prejudice stems from the mistaken view that Theosophy
    • kind of neo-Buddhism. Nothing that one can say appears to
    • dispel these three kinds of prejudice.
    • the present time, will truly further mankind's progress in
    • justified in the nineteenth century, which kindled noble
    • comes to questions about the meaning of life or mankind's
    • physical data, the kind of answers that have formerly been
    • the right kind. Spiritual science constitutes such guidance
    • healthy progress of mankind, and also what provides the
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture II: Blood is a Very Special Fluid
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    • always plays the kind of role it plays in Goethe's
    • All kinds of
    • but is a kind of physiognomic expression of the soul and
    • the instreaming oxygen acts as a kind of poison, as a kind of
    • the one made of bone, muscle and nerve, constitutes a kind of
    • anatomist is able to deduce from a single bone to what kind
    • of animal it belongs, as each kind has its own specific bone
    • kind of sentient life just described. But a person's
    • Certain lower animals still have this kind of consciousness.
    • kind of memory that corresponded to it. When our experiences
    • It was a significant moment in the history of mankind when
    • the result is the extinction of the original animal kind of
    • that is based on kindred blood.
    • wakeful day-consciousness. The kind of spiritual life that
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    • only sees spirit where it appears as a kind of crown on
    • physical material creation, as a kind of flower growing from
    • kind of destruction must take place in a person's lower
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    • original source. Lucifer kindled human enthusiasm for the
    • itself. Lucifer brought light into human beings by kindling
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    • all kinds of passions, lower as well as higher, and also of
    • kind of cloud. We have it in common with the animal kingdom;
    • that the examples the child sees and imitates are of a kind
    • kinds of songs were sung to the children, like the good old
    • spirit. That is true also when it comes to play. The old kind
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    • "poison," it immediately stirs up all kinds of suppositions.
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    • our mind's eye mankind's whole evolution. Only then can we
    • that the teacher's kindness and good will — which he
  • Title: Supersensible Knowledge: Lecture VIII: Insanity in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • sectarianism and fanaticism. People of the latter kind are
    • direction and saw spectres of a peculiar kind; he was once so
    • for this kind of phenomenon is as follows: A healthy person
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    • healthy spirit that united itself with mankind's soul to
    • of this kind. He immersed himself in all aspects of nature
    • wisdom of a certain kind; their instincts are wise. However,
    • had the same kind of wisdom. It is insight that cannot be
    • bread. The pills were supposed to cure all kinds of
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    • has resounded to mankind down the ages like a summons to
    • Eventually what is not purified falls away like a kind of
    • right kind of authority. At this time, from the fourteenth
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    • by many others proffering all kinds of information about
    • are these fragments inaccurate; they have undergone all kinds
    • millennia the great masters of wisdom who guide mankind's
    • more will flow into mankind. Study of this material schools
    • Without this kind of thinking the higher stages of
    • level the great future ideal of mankind, attainable when the
    • — mankind's highest ideal. He saw the whole of nature
    • taken from mankind. The substances and forces within us are
    • follow mankind's evolution through millions of years.
    • humankind,
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    • crystal clear. Having now shown that the two kinds of
    • The artist, he felt, has a kind of priestly calling, and that
    • what he, Richard Wagner, offered to mankind should have
    • mission in mankind's evolution. He felt that he was one of
    • same Truth about mankind's origin and evolution as that
    • had a kind of clairvoyant vision of such combined endeavor.
    • kind of resurrection within the human soul.
    • kind of knowledge that was later imparted in scientific
    • consciously regained, and loving kindness once more would
    • kind that could only arise and be sustained in someone with a
    • part of mankind believes to be the mystical effect of
    • Cross had bestowed on mankind; is it not an instance of that
    • Redeemer; he cannot believe that someone can guide mankind
    • scorn on Hirn that leads mankind upwards, and remains
    • mankind with love. Wagner saw it as his mission not to let
    • mankind's evolution. In The Ring of the Nibelung and
    • perception, his deep feelings for all mankind.
    • mankind's evolution. Looking back to ancient times, Wagner
    • once been the normal consciousness of all mankind. The waking
    • ancient gods. They represent a kind of group-soul possessing
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    • mankind in general attained today. They reached at an earlier
    • that is, the higher perception that mankind in general will
    • and ears can be opened so that he attains a higher kind of
    • show the way, but no other kind of authority is required, and
    • intellectually as universal laws are experienced as a kind of
    • initiates was not the kind of thing modern biographers relate
    • He is that to which striving mankind looks up as the greatest
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    • there was no educational system of the kind required to-day,
    • him his thoughts with a kind of religious piety, and he
    • kind of higher ape, and that from this stage he passed on to a
    • meaning for the development of mankind), man's progress and
    • already becoming decadent and a kind of belief in ghosts became
    • widely prevalent among the masses of mankind. This belief came
    • and that his thoughts were merely a kind of reflexion of these
    • action upon the earth to-day is therefore of such a kind that
    • mankind.
    • forces with constructive forces (though mankind still
    • What I wished to explain to you to-day is even a kind of
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    • upon the earth something occurred which divided mankind into
    • mankind. Before the earth became Earth, it was the old Moon,
    • physical beings formed a kind of shell, a dwelling-place
    • being into mankind, thus enabling it to develop further, Man
    • his being upon the whole of mankind. A Spirit who belonged to
    • the whole Earth was able to pour out over the whole of mankind,
    • Consequently mankind must appear to him like beings who walk
    • consciousness which made his body lie inert in a kind of deep
    • experienced the whole course of mankind's future development,
    • whole of mankind, because the blood of Christ was sacrificed at
    • Christ gave the whole of mankind a Self that is common to all.
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    • what kind is the MINERAL consciousness of the earth? To-day,
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    • place, then all kinds of images will form in there and the well-known
    • Of course, it never is exactly one to four, but there are all kinds
    • in himself, and you have the type of such kind of illness.
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    • We cannot tolerate in our human organism a continuation of that kind
    • not be able to be earthly beings. We would be a kind of mouth flying
    • in our ether body. Oxygen is that kind of substance which brings into
    • a kind of radiation into the organism. It is approximately somewhat
    • into detailed activity, will we arrive at that which mankind needs in
    • the future. Otherwise mankind will finally care only for the abstract,
    • particular that kind of thinking which has also played a direct role
    • is the kind of work that transforms spleen into enthusiasm, into fire
    • points towards something that present-day mankind sorely needs. Men
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    • Anthroposophy shall therefore not be the renewal of any kind of old
    • say that we as mankind, especially as civilized European mankind, enter
    • we as mankind shall now emerge.
    • upon the cosmic forces was investigated through a kind of horoscope.
    • knives, and on the plate some kind of cake or something else that is
    • This light can be kindled,
    • see, it kindles! It has kindled only a little! But it does kindle, my
    • one will give oneself up to the illusion that one could kindle it with
    • a pin. Of course, you cannot kindle it with a pin — that is, with
    • over the matter a little, one has to say to oneself: today's mankind
    • quite grievous for me to see the children use any kind of finished triangle,
    • nothing. One should really have a kind in which the triangle can be
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    • this kind, we are certainly made aware of certain limits in
    • human life is in a kind of central position, a point of balance
    • These facts grew into a kind of folk tale, which runs as
    • one of the most difficult of questions, the kind of question in
    • “What kind of world is that other world outside the human
    • of this kind symbolically in a dream. Someone dreams he
    • sensitive or something of that kind.
    • atavistic clairvoyance and has a kind of second sight, he or
    • could quote hypothetical examples of all kinds, showing that
    • according to this kind of proof. This reasoning does not apply
    • that is to say, it has to be just the kind of deed that cannot
    • conclusiveness, but that there a kind of vision comes into its
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    • kind of solution in the lecture intended for Sunday, unless we
    • received the power to create it entirely through a kind
    • him and given him the kind of life we know he had from the
    • second kind of certainty, a second kind of truth — not in
    • by truth, we have a second kind of certainty, which is direct,
    • acquire a kind of certainty when they examine external things.
    • but he brought the kind of feelings that made him see
    • now would produce a very one-sided kind of self-knowledge. But
    • ourselves. When we look at this latter kind of necessity, we
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    • continue last week's study I shall begin with a kind of
    • character of my pupils and have done a kind of review of what
    • what kinds of pupils I will have this year. And I believe I
    • set in February. I will set the work according to the kind of
    • spiritual world and uniting with the physical being as a kind
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    • this kind require that we realize how complicated many of the
    • happen immediately afterward. With this kind of observation we
    • Freedom is fundamentally a kind of illusion. For if a ball is
    • the soul that will enable consciousness to extend to the kind
    • deed cannot act upon him with the kind of power that will
    • direction. Eyes like that have a peculiar kind of inaccurate
    • like the kind of thing that came down from the spiritual world
    • time when there is an empty space. Whoever has the kind of
    • come to expression. But what kind of consciousness do
    • view, can we acquire any feeling for this kind of
    • act out of that kind of confidence. They know that if they have
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    • the eyes, not through any kind of external judgment but through
    • because modern mankind has to evolve to freedom, which can only
    • only in the first third of it. But mankind is steering toward
    • an entirely different kind of perception. We are moving toward
    • effect on a person. If all that mankind receives by nature
    • power. The will must be taken hold of more firmly. This kind of
    • Schopenhauer's philosophy was an awakening of this kind, but he
    • because the following statement was really made out of a kind
    • example of this kind of thing took place in a strange way in
    • mankind today. And just as the only way to stop people from
    • basically a kind of hangover, caused by the fact that they
    • certain necessity underlies our program. The kind of lecture I
    • kind of inwardly inorganic, disordered state we call a
    • people speak, as though in a kind of dream, about outer
    • kind that deal with pure science — all they do is
    • passes from the cerebral cortex into a kind of motor zone, as
    • of this kind, eliminating the will. At the same time of course
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    • spiritual world a kind of meeting takes place between the
    • early twentieth century. It is now essential that mankind
    • these days mankind is proud of being practical: where,
    • nouns hardly at all. These leave a kind of gap in their grasp
    • concrete. It must again become an aim of mankind to think
    • in every way possible to show how, for example, mankind
    • civilization arrived as mankind at our twenty-seventh. year.
    • mankind in this fifth post-Atlantean period, thereby
    • the difficulty of bringing mankind forward will lie: for all
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    • They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner
    • mankind fell into the present catastrophe and this
    • this kind can be attained only when at least a certain number
    • imaginative conception, Imagination. It is mankind's special
    • Representative of mankind between the luciferic as the one
    • post-Atlantean period a kind of Inspiration of the folk
    • blossom such ideas of rights as will be felt as a kind of
    • respect to the soul-spiritual life of mankind from what it is
    • future. Without them