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  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • documents. They begin to explain them symbolically. They
    • begin to see symbols and allegories in them. This is the way
    • explaining symbolically the Christ myth and the Bible in
    • the flow of dream life. In dreams we have symbolic pictures
    • — true symbols. One sees symbols. One loses
    • but one can experience in symbolic pictures such events as
    • his life on the physical plane. We are dealing with symbols
    • occurrence is described pictorially and symbolically in the
  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • here experienced, represents a symbol of the higher world. He
    • higher world. The strength acquired by the soul is symbolised
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • as a symbol of the fifth grade of initiation, is called the
    • give the name James to an initiate, he is to me the symbol
    • Rightly understood, it has a deep meaning. It is deeply symbolical,
    • is symbolised by the solid human skeleton. As long as man had
    • skeleton, the symbol for the lifeless in nature. Through this



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