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- Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
- contrasted with the Tempter's evil work. The contrast between Herod, who is
- Title: Lecture: Spiritual Emptiness and Social Life
- hero. Now Macaulay, the English historian and man of letters, wrote
- Title: William Shakespeare
- hero with it in order to justify the catastrophe, does not exist in
- Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
- its truth and glory? Here indeed there is a riddle! Herodotus
- Title: Lecture: The Migrations of the Races
- is the Hero, the man of strength.
- The Patriarchal Age (the Age of Heroes).
- and 45. Herodotus gives four traditions about him.
- Hamite, hero, Hyperborean, hypertrophied. Initiate, Jesus, Jews, John,
- Title: Lecture: The Mystery of Golgotha
- Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
- almost as a human-divine, or a human-heroic essence, and they called
- of the physical plane, an elemental, heroic Being, the inspirator of
- epic poems, we may say that these three heroic characters come from
- godly hero of the Mystery of Golgotha.
- Title: Lecture: The Significance of the Mass
- Sun heroes. They have attained the six grades of
- Title: Lecture: Buddha
- level of human life. This indeed is a “heroic”
- Title: Evolution/Aspect: Lecture 6: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
- heroes, in so far as they were of significance to the progress of man
- Title: Lecture: The Elementary Kingdoms
- preserve what he so treacherously abandons. We shall not try
- Title: Lecture: The Mysteries (Die Geheimnisse)
- The many heroes' deeds we manifest;
- Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
- the other heroes. Homer also brings before us how Achilles has to settle
- or Niebelungen saga are represented Gods or Heroes of primeval humanity
- say Heroes, so we will say — in the three beings whom we encounter:
- Herod, who is called Rotus in Kalevala, is expressed so impersonally
- Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture I
- the manner of nature. A great and truly heroic idea which sufficiently
- Title: Goethe's Secret Revelation: Lecture IV
- Grows step by step to take heroic shape.
- Title: The Sources of Artistic Imagination and the Sources of Supersensible Knowledge
- simply by managing to be a little cleverer than his hero.
- Title: The Building at Dornach (Bn/GA 289): Lecture III: Lecture 3
- Hero you see the seeking man, who to-day is under the impress, under
- Title: Manifestations/Karma: Lecture: Individual and Human Karma. Karma of the Higher Beings.
- civilisation. Various legends about heroes who from Greece passed over
- Greek civilisation, in the Greek heroes, in the great men and artists
- Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture III
- there was an enemy, a kind of King Herod, in the neighbourhood where
- Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture IV
- those who are hero called “scribes.”
- Title: Excursus/Mark: III: Excursus: Lecture V
- In the dying heroes of tragedy, where death is actually enacted
- Title: Et Incarnatus Est
- the heroism of His suffering — there still remained the
- (8:3 And Joanna the wife of Chuza HeroLuke 8:3),
- Title: Spiritual-Scientific Consideration: Lecture 1: Prelude to the Threefold Commonwealth
- so many other spiritual heroes; Buddha was only one.
- Title: Effects of Christ-Inpulse
- great, mighty and heroic events are taking place, joined to
- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
- shall have War. What a hero, our father! Nothing will be left of Austria,
- end of the month we shall have war. What a hero, our father!
- Title: Richard Wagner: Lecture IV
- already lived once as Herodias who asked for the head of John the Baptist,
- Herodias, the mother of Ahasver. The force which cannot find peace
- Title: Theosophy and Rosicrucianism: Lecture IX: The Earth's Passage Through its Former Planetary Conditions
- the Christ is the great Sun Hero, and that the Light which
- Title: Gospel of John (Basle): Lecture V
- him. 5. The Persian; 6. The Sun Hero. 7. The Father.
- Title: Inner Realities: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
- heroes, in so far as they were of significance to the progress of man
- Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture IV
- us say the thought you have about a hero — were five square
- Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 5: The Members of Man's Being and the Periods of His Life
- Hercules, and of other heroes, one tried to emulate those who
- Title: Karmic Relationships, VI: Lecture I
- choose him as a hero, as one we must follow on the path to Olympus.
- Title: Karmic Relationships, VI: Lecture V
- is Garibaldi, the hero of the freedom of Italy. The
- Title: Karmic Relationships, VI: Lecture VII
- signified by saying: Christ, as a divine Sun Hero, came down into
- Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IV: The Intimate Element of the Central European Culture and the Central European Striving
- bright spirituality of the unspent etheric bodies of the heroic
- Title: Lecture: The Earth's Passage Through Its Former Planetary Conditions
- great Sun Hero, and that the Light which belongs to the Sun
- Title: Lecture: History of the Physical Plane and Occult History
- world increased did the Greek heroes feel themselves lost in
- Title: Lecture: The European Mysteries and Their Initiates
- figures — the figures of Gods and Heroes in the sagas. These
- Title: Lecture: Mendelssohn's 'Overture of the Hebrides'
- place in this region, must have been reminded of the hero who once
- cannot be conceived of today. When a hero raised his sword he
- conception which lived in these peoples, that the heroes had to fight
- one of these was Ossian. When the heroes swung their swords,
- clairvoyant hero, who has come down to us under the name of Fingal.
- We are told how the heroes find themselves in a difficult position.
- battle, that his fame may rise in song! O ye ghosts of heroes dead!
- thousands pour around the hero. Darkness gathers on the hill!”
- people. His heroes gather around him. He sends forth the voice of his
- battle; the standard of the king! Each hero exulted with joy, as,
- blue wide shell of the nightly sky. Each hero had his standard, too,
- ancestors, about all that the heroes did to steel their forces, might
- Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
- hero met with some deity or other immediately after death. Those who
- Europe Siegfried was looked on as the last of the heroes of
- tells how the hero united himself with the Valkyre during life, just
- Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
- we read in a book of Greek origin that the hero says: It is
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XII
- with forces which are spheroidal on the one hand and on the
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XIV
- perfect sphere, but a spheroid or ellipsoid-of-rotation. The
- Title: Astronomy Course: Lecture XV
- spheroidal principle. The "inner side", now turned outward
- transition from radial structure to spheroidal.
- Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture XI
- ‘Sun-hero’ in the old Persian Mysteries, for he
- ‘Angel,’ ‘Son or Sun-hero,’ and
- Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture XII
- ‘Sun-heroes’ who have descended from spiritual
- life of Siegfried to some Greek hero? They do certainly
- not unimportant that the hero of the Napoleon myth had six
- Title: Okkulte Utvikling: Foredrag 6
- — Dernest trenger blodets krefter heropp. Disse blodets
- menneskelige heros, som ligger i hjernens borg, og som alt annet
- Title: History of the Middle Ages: Lecture I: Celts, Teutons, and Slavs
- for tragedy. Among the Greeks and Romans, the hero of the
- races beat for the heroes who externally failed, but whose souls
- stood firm. They lived in the soul, in the spirit. Heroes like
- heroes, but ih their courage in suffering and failure, their unbowed
- Title: History of the Middle Ages: Lecture II: Persians, Franks, and Goths
- relates that the hero of Greek legend, Hercules, was also honoured
- Title: History of the Middle Ages: Lecture III: The Impact of the Huns on the Germans
- In the old heroic poem
- Aquitania. This heroic song narrates the feats of Walther, Hagen and
- Title: History of the Middle Ages: Lecture IV: Arabic Influence in Europe
- Title: The Human Soul in Life and Death
- look at all the ‘heroic natures’ — we can well call them
- touches us, therefore, very closely that the hero sacrificing
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