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  • Title: Risen Christ: Cover Sheet
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    • twenty years, there are now many more people open to hear and even
  • Title: Risen Christ: Back Cover
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    • twenty years, there are now many more people open to hear and even
    • as Britain. In more recent years he was an active member of the
  • Title: Risen Christ: Publishers Note
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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • twenty years, there are now many more people open to hear and even
    • not undertaken for some fifteen hundred years or more. Not since the
    • Gnostics — that sect in early Christian times which
    • considered such subjects — were an honored part of early
    • this brief recapitulation that if now after fifteen hundred years or
    • truthfully be described as a continuation of those earnest meetings
    • of early church fathers in the second and third centuries where, in
    • and produces this individual body as the bearer of an
    • its parts but would dwell in these bodies as long as the Earth
    • instinctively is nearer the level of the animal world than innate
    • members of a universal earthly family, which are below what they
    • have brought a little of our heart into the matter. Because the worst
    • of responsibility, the full forces of the artist, the heart-man in
    • perception the world appears in a great variety of created things.
    • In a similar way our hearing would have operated. Steiner says you
    • can compare the set of little bones inside the ear with the keyboard
    • should be fully permeated by the process of life. So we hear sounds
    • secretion of tears is a result of the lack of balance. Perspiration
    • order to present the subject as nearly as possible in Rudolf
    • coward, a bully, a tale-bearer, and a liar,” which is a
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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • twenty years, there are now many more people open to hear and even
    • some of the earlier mystics mentioned — that kind of union
    • will then pass on from the Earth to Jupiter.
    • The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World,
    • The Re-appearance of Christ in the Etheric.
    • In the following years he
    • first important years of this century during which he anticipated
    • to appear relatively soon now among isolated individuals. They will
    • century, somewhere between 1930 and 1940. The years 1933, 1935, and
    • remarkable connection with the early dates of the founding of
    • human life on Earth. He speaks of the Moon as the residuum of the
    • which is indicated to earthly observation in the actual time the
    • thirty years. The English friend noted the time required for the
    • first appearance of Christ, its preparation through the birth of the
    • two children and the building up of the earthly vehicle of the Jesus
    • thirty-three years. Looking at that one Christmas lecture where
    • you think of this first period of Christ's appearance on Earth
    • that great earthly event reached the utmost circumference of the
    • consciousness, and then began to travel back to Earth. With more
    • come to the year 1935 as the year when that double rhythm is
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