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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • represents the Parsifal of the epoch preceding
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • Third Epoch began to re-emerge in the life of our Fifth
    • Epoch, the consciousness of men began to turn again to
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • Atlantean epoch, and the third towards its end. These
    • from the Lemurian epoch onwards, human souls were coming
    • spiritual worlds during the epoch of ancient Lemuria in
    • epoch the foundations of the senses were actually present
    • same epoch the Luciferic powers began to operate in human
    • the Lemurian epoch nothing else had happened than the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. In the Lemurian epoch, the same
    • epoch, He “ensouled” (verseelte
    • sich) a Being who in a later epoch came down to the Earth
    • epoch. The same being — the later Jesus of Nazareth
    • had not taken place in the Lemurian epoch, so our
    • transpired at the beginning of the Atlantean epoch.
    • epoch, the third Christ Event had not taken place. Once
    • of the Divine Spiritual Beings who in the Atlantean epoch
    • Fourth post-Atlantean epoch, the Greco-Latin epoch,
    • develop in the fourth post-Atlantean epoch — but
    • epoch. Just as the senses would have been impaired in the
    • Lemurian epoch if the first Christ Event had not taken
    • Atlantean epoch; just as thinking, feeling and willing in
    • end of the Atlantean epoch... so, too it would have been
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