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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • connection we may cite the book of Genesis: “Their eyes were
    • “Their eyes were opened.” He says that in the sphere of
    • for this reason that our eyes are so comparatively material. An eye
    • this material eye as we have it now, but would have seeing activity
    • of the camera eye, we would have had a living activity which would
    • creatively, our eyes can not, our tongues hardly at all. With smell
    • If you study the whole cerebro-spinal system with the eye of the
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • think it is a first awakening of our etheric eyes. “You see, we
    • think we see with our eyes,” he says, “but we don't
    • literally see with the eyes we have in here” — and he
    • pointed to his eyes. “They are a kind of microscope, or
    • continuation of the etheric activity of the eye, which answers to the
    • through the etheric activity of our eye; and what we see, the final
    • etheric eye before it enters fully into a physical instrument is one
    • can shed from our own eyes, from our own heads, into the etheric
    • seen with physical eyes. It will be only the initiate, he says, who
    • Jesus. There, turning his back on Palestine, marching North, his eyes

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