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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • first three Christian centuries have any thinking people presumed to
    • that these thinkers, who had largely drawn their concepts from the
    • corrupted human nature that it must die? I think we may point to four
    • egotism by Luciferic means he makes thinking, feeling, and willing
    • we can think of the Phantom as a cell that will multiply, at first
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • you think of this first period of Christ's appearance on Earth
    • picture our friend gave, saying, “Think of a pond, a quiet bit
    • be fulfilled. I think even in our own circles there is often a great
    • interpret them in the way I think they should be interpreted. Then,
    • that one picks out the meaning one thinks most suitable; but then
    • from Rudolf Steiner not only to think of, but really to understand,
    • this subject I will tell you how I introduce it because I think it
    • Here we proceed to certain considerations which I think belong
    • not as hidden as we often think it is when we begin to read about it
    • think it is a first awakening of our etheric eyes. “You see, we
    • think we see with our eyes,” he says, “but we don't
    • among Anthroposophists. I am inclined to think the very opposite is
    • I nevertheless think it suggests to us that we should never think
    • which he often refers. I think one must take that statement with some
    • comparison, I think, is that Paul saw — out of due time,

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