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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • there is a kind of moral compensation; the plants in their innocence
    • charged with a kind of destructive egotism is again evidence of some
    • kind of sickness, some kind of “Fall.” Indeed, in some
    • and cleverly, as a kind of theory and not be able to unite our sense
    • kind of creative organ. We can also use it as a kind of sense organ,
    • we come upon a kind of borderline. We know that we can smell in
    • history of mankind since the Fall a human being was possessed of an
    • each came about, he speaks of a kind of border-line matter, a
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • some of the earlier mystics mentioned — that kind of union
    • seventeenth century about Christ as the Judge, a kind of early
    • English. It is a kind of poetic expression borrowed from Ancient
    • Golgotha, human consciousness still lived in a kind of dreamy,
    • a perfect imitation of it — in plaster of paris, or plastic of any kind
    • in their kind of cosmic laboratory. They use the clouds as their
    • sky by the angels. This is a kind of primitive, imaginative
    • pointed to his eyes. “They are a kind of microscope, or
    • there is some kind of etheric materiality, what Steiner called
    • even in those days by Arab tribes. We know what kind of associations

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