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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Ahriman’.
    • and is assailed throughout the whole world by Ahriman
    • throughout the universe is Ormuzd opposed by Ahriman. In these
    • doctrine of two worlds — the worlds of Ormuzd and of Ahriman;
    • Darkness (Ahriman). It is not easy to gain a right understanding
    • ‘Unity’ underlying Ormuzd and Ahriman. With reference
    • realize how the powers of Ahriman, which oppose Ormuzd, are
    • intermingled with the shadows (Ahriman); all is interwoven in the
    • weaves unhindered by Ahriman. On the other hand, those Zodiacal
    • Akarana), while he looked upon Ahriman as connected with the
    • gloom. In what way do the activities of Ormuzd and Ahriman find
    • say: — ‘It is as though the evil powers of Ahriman came
    • six on that of Ahriman. These are regarded as typical of good or
    • and Ahriman he pictured Zaruana Akarana, further the good and bad
    • unclean forces of Ahriman are in evidence while there is gloom
    • According to its concepts, Ormuzd and Ahriman are regarded as
    • inward impulses toward perfection, while Ahriman is ever in
    • create Ahriman, so that He should obtain an antithesis; then,
    • since Ahriman opposed Ormuzd, we have an example of how one
    • concept, the antithesis exhibited by Ormuzd and Ahriman — a
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