The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought By Rudolf Steiner

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Theosophical ideas have been inadequate, so far, for understanding the Mystery of Golgotha. The three streams of thought recalled — Greek, Buddhist, Hebrew. The Ego in man and the Christ-Being in Jesus of Nazareth. Development of Ego-consciousness in man; the physical body the mirror for thought. Degeneration through Luciferic influence of the physical body, and of the Phantom; the consequences for the intellect and for the Ego-consciousness which was becoming progressively enfeebled up to the time of the Mystery of Golgotha. The perfect Phantom, risen from the grave, multiplies itself like a physical cell and becomes the spiritual body in man. The Mystery of Golgotha the rescue of the Ego-consciousness.

From "Jesus To Christ (CW 131)"

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