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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • words uttered by Jesus of Nazareth that together with his
    • words a mighty force flowed into the soul of the
    • that together with the words, the Zarathustra-Ego had to
    • addressed him with the words:
    • Essenes did not understand his words, and they perceived
    • understand how such words could be uttered by any human
    • Fata Morgana they heard words which filled their souls
    • countenance and these words, the Fate Morgana vanished.
    • words: “All these kingdoms and their glory I will
    • the words: “Cast Thyself down; nothing can happen
    • a sword — it was the sword which belonged to
    • word my dear friends. There was another, the disciple of
    • spiritual world in words and theories. Mere words are of
    • a great deal more than what the mere words contain will
    • be revealed to him — for the words will then bear
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • present time people assume that a word like
    • significant words: “You call yourselves children of
    • words of John the Baptist are of deep significance. If
    • be said that John the Baptist's words gave vent to a
    • think of such words in the Bible as:“God is able of
    • the language of those days many words had more than one
    • of Christianity uttered such strange words. They said:
    • this sense only are the words of John the Baptist to be
    • the following words were written... (Here followed a long
    • words were written by a profoundly spiritual man. By whom
    • be called to the words just quoted for so much of what is
    • words of Kepler are an indication of the new tendency,
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • his Ego — into the words, the Zarathustra-Ego
    • immediately after his birth he spoke certain words
    • to discern what the words implied. It must be realised
    • conceived to by the words of Apollo himself. Those who

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