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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • longer any part in us!”
    • think of Parsifal. He had remained apart from outer
    • life played no part. His connection with the Christ
    • In our age, by far the greater part of external culture
    • connected with this to which we ought to give particular
    • libertine was tainted by his particular characteristics;
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • particular purpose is served by invective. Neither can it
    • these things are part of the evolutionary process of
    • dwelt the Christ. But now the Christ had departed from
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • departed from the bodily sheaths. Then, at the Baptism by
    • five usually enumerated forming only a part of these
    • memories of the third Event in particular, have been well
    • beings not belonging to this particular phase of
    • play a part from about the eighth century B.C. and
    • spiritual world it is part of the destiny of our soul,
    • just as the physical corpse falls away from that part of
    • spiritual part of the Earth will pass over to the
    • ether-body, we realise that in very truth one part of the
    • part of the ether-body can only be perceived — and
    • Christ Impulse. For this part of the ether-body is
    • aspect I have spoken many times, namely, of the part
    • did not happen to that part of the blood in the body of
    • Impulse has wrought for the spiritual part of the Earth

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