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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • things were discussed. Nothing less fits the historic situation in
    • sin,” which is not anything that an individual commits but
    • counterpart of the material world, not even in living things. In this
    • Fall we see all things naked, that is to say in material outline
    • the suggestion that there is something wrong with us as a species,
    • sphere in man is breathing, which we take more or less for
    • granted, breathing out carbon dioxide and breathing in oxygen, which
    • and we to go on breathing, by tomorrow morning we should all be dead.
    • error we could make is to describe these things, however brilliantly
    • perception the world appears in a great variety of created things.
    • it is something almost as material as a piano in its action. The
    • and the physical. He says, “There is something which goes
    • it is something like a subtle, fine emanation of the etheric.”
    • the physical, is something puzzling, tantalizing, even from the
    • true evolution. If something is recovered, it is recovered on a
    • of Wisdom. It has become something more, something He can handle,
    • early days of Christianity these things were still known and
    • other movement in the world where these things are so deeply
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • week ago we attempted something very daring, and you may remember
    • led up to the conviction that it has something to do with us, with
    • speaks, we are dealing with something quite different from what we
    • be fulfilled. Everything will be transformed for the souls who are
    • entirely new faculties. Everything is changing; but the most
    • other things, mean “coming.” But nowhere do you find the
    • have to consider something important in translating from an ancient
    • obviously something arbitrary comes in. A choice and a judgment made
    • evolution. Nothing less than the comprehensive fullness of the
    • things Rudolf Steiner gave at what may have been the biggest landmark
    • than anything else. The European continent has to catch up now. If
    • all that sort of thing — the end of the financial year. That is
    • paid — all those things which in some measure we have begun to
    • rapidly towards such a Last Day. But the great thing is that human
    • fulfilled.” And he goes on: “Everything will be changed
    • these things. I say (and this is taken from Rudolf Steiner's
    • also surrounds in a subtle way, all living things. In
    • organic matter, of living things. That is part of the cloud.
    • a mountain, but there is nothing flatter than the country between
    • Louisville and Chicago. There is nothing to induce an uprush of cold
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