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- Title: Risen Christ: Back Cover
- an inspiring lecturer in America and other parts of the world as well
- Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
- considered such subjects — were an honored part of early
- the inner circles of the instructed and partly initiated, these
- withdraws from that particular part of its physical manifestation.
- its parts but would dwell in these bodies as long as the Earth
- counterpart of the material world, not even in living things. In this
- point to the whole sphere of metabolism, particularly that of
- is less permeated by life than almost any part of the body; it is
- one's first conscious encounter with a particular smell. I am
- phrase for that particular reality of the resurrection body. He calls
- would be able to partake of this reconditioned paradisal body. St.
- Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
- over the rest of evolution, be absorbed by at least that part of the
- by that part of humanity which has been truly developed. This part
- great cosmic memory rests, where in particular all the great moral
- perhaps partly owing to the fact that we have never quite fully
- from a particular point of view play a large part in interpreting the
- — a period in human development which is fundamentally part of
- oldest part of the New Testament, that is, the two Epistles to the
- organic matter, of living things. That is part of the cloud.
- but you will see it is more than that — that part of the sphere
- forces which were special in this part of the world.” And you
- would depart, and nobody would know that it was the Etheric Christ
- people — particularly in Central Europe — who speak of
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