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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • death. In the actual formation, in the very substance, in the
    • understood by any concept formed along the lines of natural
    • originally produced by the soul, which has so transformed and
    • like before all this happened? He was a form created by the Spirits
    • of Form, created as an Imagination. This does not mean merely making
    • lives, that is, that has being. That is the form of paradisal MAN.
    • Imaginations of the Spirits of Form; in the muscular system the
    • visionary manifestation of the fully transformed etheric body, which
    • because, after having described the various forms of matter and how
    • is no longer merely the Imagination of the Spirits of Form, the
    • forms of Christian organization, but, so far as we know, there is no
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • be fulfilled. Everything will be transformed for the souls who are
    • significant event is a decisive transformation of the soul faculties
    • essentially manifests itself in rhythmical form: in expansion and
    • history when in a different, transformed way a renewed Presence, a
    • up against the bias of the reformers who have translated the Greek
    • rudimentary form. Only with the beginning of the fifth epoch have we
    • plastic material. There you can still study the etheric formative
    • when the etheric Christ assumes such a visible form that He can be
    • the Christ form Who appeared in a room. But, Steiner said once, no

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