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- Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 4. History of the Incarnation of Ahriman in its Macrocosmic Aspect
- and made further developments possible was electricity. Now
- electricity had been known by the Greeks; moreover, it is not
- nature, electricity plays a subsidiary function, one that is
- (the electrical impulses in the nerves come from differential
- nineteenth century, the properties of electricity as an
- was the invention of the electrical generator in 1831 by
- of the telegraph, which led to electricity-bearing wires being
- turning point in the appearance of free-standing electricity on
- bulb led to the construction of electrical generating stations
- of electricity as an independent, free-standing phenomenon may
- free-standing electricity. It was important at the start that
- electricity appeared and went through a period of preliminary
- substantial embodiment (electricity), the result being unified
- objects (electrical calculators in particular,
- when electricity was still undergoing its pre-incarnation
- electricity and light. The vast majority of a transistor is
- very useful ways to the passage of electricity. In the
- transistor, it is electricity (ahrimanic light) instead of
- “resist” the passage of electricity through them.
- Technically, the resistance of a wire to electricity passing
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- Title: The Computer and the Incarnation of Ahriman: 5. From the Beginning of Time to the End
- world of objects. In that year the first electric, artificial
- ultimately derived from the Sun. Electricity and the electric
- electricity made light unrelated to the Sun.
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