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  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • previously that the great philosopher Hegel would be present
    • sick, he has gone through everything from death to
    • wishes, passions, etc. It permeates the physical body in the
    • a spell in our souls. These great eternal verities will rise
    • spell in John's soul and brought forth the great visions.
    • says: Do what I have done. Let the great formula, “In
    • of which John speaks. He says it with great clarity:
    • appearance, to a greater or lesser extent, an expression of
    • features came from the father or mother, an uncle or an
    • itself in the features, in the gestures of the hands and in
    • of the complete extinction, the death of the lower nature. He
    • must go through the three days of death and then be awakened.
    • profundity, and then it becomes one of the greatest texts
  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • create the necessary conditions for the astral body to work
    • The animal is of higher rank than the plant. It breathes
    • person goes through when he follows this path. The great
    • This is the mystical death. The whole world appears as
    • creature can see the sunlight unless its eyes are opened so
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • eaten of the Tree of Knowledge, should also eat of the Tree
    • beyond all death and all that is transitory. This is the
    • fig tree, thou believest; thou shalt see greater things than
    • birth and death ever and again, until he has gained his full
    • so in the body of the great world mother — where we are
    • through rebirth and repeated earth lives. It is said that
    • permeates man's innermost being and leads it forward. For the
    • Thus he said, signifying what death he should die. The people
    • obliged to take the life between birth and death as something
    • birth and death was only a passing episode. But then man had
    • death.
    • Certainly, the priestly sages of Chaldea taught great
    • Race, the Lemurian epoch. Mankind did not then breath air, he
    • breathed through gills. Lungs and breathing through lungs
    • does not appear, only the death on the Mount of Golgotha.
    • materials with which nature provides him. He creates works of
    • art, pictures of the Almighty, but he cannot breathe life
    • time the intellect has achieved great things, but the John

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