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  • Title: New Spirituality: Lecture 4: The New Spirituality and the Christ Experiance of the Twentieth Century - 3
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    • In Greece one can see how the social element is presented in myth — that is, also in
    • picture form. But the Greek myth, basically, Is image in the same way that Goethe's
    • social questions were met by remaining in the images of the myths. And it is here, when one
    • the spirits of their myths. When, however, it was a matter of deciding something of great
    • the gods of the myths that can determine the matter; here something real must come to light. And
  • Title: Tree of Life/Knowledge: Lecture V: Tree of Knowledge - I
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    • with space and time. Historical events are transformed into myths, or
    • take a mythical form. And the further we look back in history, for
    • facts veiled in the myth. Only reflect how already in ancient Greek
    • history all is veiled in myth and in regard to earlier mid-European
    • history all is enveloped in myth and legend! The further one goes
    • you study myths you will remark that in the arising of myths there is
    • myths — often depict how some human being (I am
    • timeless, but when you examine myths you will see that you do not
    • myth. The myth seeks to lift itself above space and time. This means
  • Title: A Mongolian Legend
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    • Mythen und Sagen. Okkulte Zeichen und Symbole.
    • (“Myths and Legends. Occult Signs and Symbols.” GA
    • world-spirit speaks to us profoundly through sagas and myths.
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • Die okkulte Wahrheiten alter Mythen und Sagen.
    • draw his characters from everyday life. And so he turned to the myths,
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • mythological figures, for he was thus able to express cosmic laws and
    • Legends and myths are not the phantasies they are said to be by
    • erudite professors. What are legends and myths, in reality? They
    • It is nonsense to say that the myths are merely records of struggles
    • myths. — The legend of the ‘Noonday Woman’ is still familiar in
    • And the same is true of the Germanic myths. For the most part these
    • are myths which originated among the last stragglers of the
    • phantasy and clairvoyant faculties, of legend and myth. Nor should we
    • existence. — Such is the deeper truth underlying the myth of the
    • the Nibelung myth and in his picture of this whole process of
    • of primordial wisdom and express this in the Nibelung myth.
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • is depicted symbolically in a myth. When at the beginning of our
    • And now let us think of the mystery contained in this myth as a
    • sagas and myths. To begin with, as we have said, love was bound up

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