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  • Title: Cover: The Gospel of St. John
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    • on the 19th and 26th of February
    • and the 5th of March 1906.
  • Title: Introductory Note: The Gospel of St. John
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    • 12th and 13th of February, 1906, Rudolf Steiner gave two
    • still in preparation and which will contain the eight
  • Title: Notes: The Gospel of St. John
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    • Lectures 1, 10 and 12(6 Jan, 1 May, 11 June, 1908)
    • Apocalypse”, lectures 2, 3, and 10 (19, 20, 28
    • “Spiritual Heirarchies and their Reflection
    • in the Physical World”. lectures 2 and 3
    • 1977. “Chance, Necessity and Providence”,
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • and next time I am going to speak about the Gospel of St.
    • as an historical source. It is said in theological circles
    • hand modern theologians try to interpret the John Gospel as a
    • Thus the John Gospel could be considered as a devotional
    • work, a deeply felt confession of faith, not as anything that
    • from the John Gospel, and there is a conviction, a source of
    • truth of a different nature to that proceeding from other
    • soul life and spiritual devotion. Only with the help of
    • spiritual science can one understand why this is so. Many a
    • time have I told you how spiritual science helps towards a
    • attitude of a simple person and takes the facts as they are
    • religious life from these sources and is satisfied with
    • people of our day who had this naive outlook and then became
    • the gospels and lost faith. They said: We cannot reconcile
    • remaining faithful to these writings and seeking wisdom in
    • them with our conscience and our sense of truth. This is the
    • begin to see symbols and allegories in them. This is the way
    • explaining symbolically the Christ myth and the Bible in
    • there is quite a different standpoint. One learns that there
    • world of the senses, there are soul-spiritual things, and
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  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • initiation. Those who know other forms of occult training and
    • who would tread it must be led by the hand of an experienced
    • body, astral body and ego. What happens occultly, when a
    • person sleeps? The physical and etheric bodies remain in bed.
    • The astral body, together with the ego, rises out and floats
    • undeveloped personality, and later, in the form of the
    • penetrates and interweaves the physical body. When it is
    • outside, it works on the physical body, protecting and caring
    • he ensouls the various parts, and makes them move. This
    • the etheric body and those belonging to the first elemental
    • astral body upon the physical and etheric bodies during the
    • the effort not to be swayed to and fro by every feeling, be
    • astral body works on the physical and etheric bodies during
    • when it is said that Lazarus lay three days in the grave. The
    • astral and etheric bodies need to be led back into the
    • lasting three and a half days takes place in a different
    • plant must bow down and say, “To thee oh stone, though
    • oxygen and exhales carbon dioxide. The plant exhales the
    • ranking human being and the lower kingdoms. He too must say
    • and bow oneself in all humility. Out of deeply felt
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  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • have said so far about the Gospel of St. John has taken us
    • deeply into the essence of Christianity, and has shown us
    • St. John. Today we will add something which goes even deeper.
    • we are able to understand many things that otherwise would
    • remain dark and unintelligible. First I will remind you of
    • Christianity all these things became more inward. Since
    • Gospel — which only needs to be allowed to work and
    • live in us — one can achieve much, and rise to
    • hidden mystery temples, or centres, and according to the
    • and they were the same for all peoples even in much older
    • Greece and Rome, and even as far as the Danube basin it was
    • centres and temples in Egypt which were often built into the
    • know them as morally advanced pupils and initiates after
    • has lingered in myths and sagas. There are the Ravens of
    • Wotan, the ravens of Elijah, and in the German Barbarossa
    • a spell in the mountain and the outer world. In the Mithraic
    • “Light on the Path”. *[“Stand aside in the
    • coming battle, and though thou fightest, be not thou the
    • Only an initiate of the third grade can understand such
    • and if one is able to abnegate one's lower self and make it a
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