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The New Cain: The Temple Legend as a Spiritual and Moral Impulse for Evolution and its Completion by Rudolf Steiner with the Ritual Texts for the First, Second and Third Degrees

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The New Cain: The Temple Legend as a Spiritual and Moral Impulse for Evolution and its Completion by Rudolf Steiner with the Ritual Texts for the First, Second and Third Degrees - Meyer, T. H. (Editor), and Barton, Matthew (Translated by)
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Who was Cain and what does he represent? The first part of this book invites us to revise the traditional, biblical, view of Cain as his brother's murderer. Rudolf Steiner shows how the original Cain was ready to sacrifice his being to something higher, but this pure impulse was perverted into the desire to murder. Our earthly knowledge has an affinity with the fallen Cain, but there is also a path by which we can ascend to the condition of Cain before his fratricide - through the stages of higher knowledge. Only the ...

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The New Cain: The Temple Legend as a Spiritual and Moral Impulse for Evolution and its Completion by Rudolf Steiner with the Ritual Texts for the First, Second and Third Degrees 2017, Temple Lodge Publishing, East Sussex

ISBN-13: 9781912230013

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