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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • in ancient times spoke of being carried by death into
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • George overcoming the Dragon, vanquishing death. This is
    • Death or through initiation, but we will think now only
    • of one who enters the spiritual world through death. He
    • through cremation. Suppose that after death a man looks
    • death we can by no means look at what the ether-body is
    • becomes visible to us after death. Then by a complicated
    • paramount significance after death when we realise that
    • mountains, so now, after death, we see, as a kind of
    • everything else stands out in relief. After death,
    • must always weigh heavily upon the soul after death. The
    • Death. At death, the corpse is discarded and as a being
    • period between death and a new birth, passing over from
    • when we are able after death to look back at the
    • after death, he must not find this ether-body devoid of
    • a life of unblessedness after death if the vista
    • the West. Man's blessedness after death depends upon the
    • after death, he must look back upon an ether-body lacking
    • ether-body, it is rather like having to live after death
    • it dissolves away at death in the physical Elements. This
    • gleaming and glistening in the ether-body after death,
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