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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • sense... What was the mystery of Isis? We are told of
    • ask aright only when we acquire that inner sense of
    • upon which our external sight and other sense-activities
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • to permeate the Aura of the Earth. In this sense and in
    • this sense only are the words of John the Baptist to be
    • meant by saying that man can no longer, in the real sense
    • his senses. But this would have been of essential or
    • draw man away from the realm of sense-perception and from
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • ordinary sense, for the “human Ego” passes on
    • of the human senses. I emphasised then that in
    • reality man possesses twelve senses — the
    • senses of man, the senses in the physical body, would
    • epoch the foundations of the senses were actually present
    • the Luciferic influence, the senses would not have
    • senses. The colour red, for instance would have affected
    • impressions too would have caused pain to the senses. For
    • have been the same in all the other senses. The human
    • senses over-susceptible to pain or to immoderate, and
    • is healthy; the senses would have been affected by every
    • would have befallen the human senses. It was as though
    • upon humanity in order that the senses might be saved
    • senses. The fact that we can go about the world
    • with senses functioning as they now do, is due to this
    • salvation to the senses, the Luciferic and, later on, the
    • as our senses would never have been able to face the
    • epoch. Just as the senses would have been impaired in the
    • twelve senses in the Lemurian epoch, the seven
    • just as in the world of sense we saw clouds and
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