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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • Christianity, to that time when such matters were still discussed by
    • one can point in this matter of the senses is that of the whole
    • have brought a little of our heart into the matter. Because the worst
    • broad way about the origin of matter. It is there that you find this
    • great basic description: Matter is spirit burst into visibility.
    • this radiation matter originates. Spirit bursts into visible matter.
    • Matter everywhere can be called “broken spirituality.”
    • would have had no desire to burst into matter. He acquired a material
    • spiritual scientist you will find it the type of matter which has
    • is the basis for the creation of nerve matter. At the next stage,
    • where the etheric overpowers the astral, muscular matter originates.
    • resulting fall into matter, we have in the bony system the frozen
    • the bursting of spirit into matter.
    • because, after having described the various forms of matter and how
    • each came about, he speaks of a kind of border-line matter, a
    • beyond ordinary matter, which is supersensible, and which we touch
    • suggest that this borderline matter becomes in Christ's hands,
    • to discuss these matters merely as a subject of interest, but we
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • great faith in these matters.
    • adjective “second.” Because this matter is so important I
    • language to a modern, or for that matter from an Eastern to a
    • organic matter, of living things. That is part of the cloud.
    • modern science in these matters. They had three words for “life:”
    • “etheric matter.” It seems that under certain



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