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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • glistening. The hairs of this wool prick my eyes, you
    • despair. And Jesus of Nazareth said:
    • despairing man said:
    • despairing man was speaking, the being he had seen in the
    • Nazareth. And a feeling came to the despairing man that
    • him when the despairing man had come to him; hence he
    • Impulse would have been impaired and clouded by knowledge
    • inherited clairvoyance which had been carried over from
    • away. This fading clairvoyance was bound up with that
    • they also learnt clairvoyance. Clairvoyance arose from
    • but they also learnt clairvoyance. The old clairvoyance
    • in the physical world. Clairvoyance in one who was a
    • clairvoyance in a pure man bore the mark of his purity.
    • took place, the old clairvoyance had faded away. The new
    • clairvoyance as still existed, a human being would have
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • endowed by Jahve with the power of breathing air, but in
    • contaminated. Only those animals which do not breathe air
    • clairvoyantly into the spiritual worlds. He says that
    • evolution progresses, knowledge becomes an affair purely
    • soul becomes an affair of the soul itself, no longer
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • epoch. Just as the senses would have been impaired in the



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