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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Christianity. It is, however, a remarkable and interesting fact
    • of that epoch marked by the life of the Grecian race, these two
    • It is remarkable that the two paths should have
    • It is very remarkable, and one of the many
    • Spirit of Darkness’ —  ‘Angra Mainyus’ or
    • ‘The Spirit of Darkness’ — who through imperfection
    • Darkness (Ahriman). It is not easy to gain a right understanding
    • other, The Power of Darkness, becoming ever more and more
    • constellations which lie far beneath the horizon — dark regions
    • through the earth from those dark regions where abide his
    • Our present period is connected in a remarkable
    • our day, a marked tendency toward a mystical current of
    • teachings. It is remarkable that the profound attention which
    • and adapted to this intent, you must ever shun the dark realms of
    • opponent of Ahriman and the Principle of Darkness, he said: —
    • with longing from afar, and ye from near at hand — mark my
    • who will not harken unto my words, and who will not heed that
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • from the dark shadows of the past. Hence it is that the study of
    • combinations of manlike and animal shapes. Remarkable religious
    • Isis-Influence. But until she receives his light the moon is dark
    • — dark as a soul untouched by active uplifting thought. When the
    • vast universe — the light-giving sun and the dark moon every
    • disposition. If, indeed, we can but pierce this dark veil, then
    • remarkable are these teachings the echoes of which are still
    • which the sun owes its origin, even though there be darkness as
    • is reflected by the Moon, and the remarkable conditions governing
    • stilled. In thought we hark back beyond three long Cosmic
    • less marked. In those days the people felt all knowledge to be
    • feet relics of the dim past were unearthed in clearly marked
    • them to develop their remarkable civilization. He further said:
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • It is a remarkable fact that most people still
    • Indian thought ever harked back to that dim past
    • enlightenment is both remarkable and significant, but unless we
    • contrast is as that between light and darkness. In St.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • enclosed in an Ark, shortly after his birth (Ex. ii. 5), is a
    • Pharaoh [sent her maid to the river to fetch the Ark, in which
    • remarkable fact, namely, that later generations of mankind were
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • ancient Hebrew times when the brilliant epoch that marked the
    • presentiments, but never to any marked extent, and they occurred
    • throughout the land that a remarkable spirit was abroad. In
    • It is remarkable that at the time about which I
    • change or enfoldment, marked by an important period of
    • his life he was known as a remarkable and trenchant preacher, and
    • marks the statements of Spiritual Science concerning ancient
    • her end and brought about his ruin in a most remarkable
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • accord so marked between that current cosmic concept, which is so
    • (Mark i, 9 to 11), was regarded by this ancient gnosis as a
    • place at the time of the baptism of Jesus in Jordan (St. Mark i,
    • refer to Him as a God ‘; and again to this remarkable
    • darkness. The methods employed during these ancient mystic rites
    • must hark back to the ancient mysteries and ponder upon all that
    • all, had truly fitted themselves to take part in the dark
    • was reached which marked the birth of Christianity mankind was
    • marked the beginning of the Christian era. The soul was then so
    • marked by the magnitude and Godlike nature of the spiritual facts
    • emerging from those secrets which were hidden in the dark
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • gifted and talented man of his time; one who shunned every mark
    • clearly marked. It is a fact, that the burden thrust upon him due
    • can never hark back to those conditions which were there before
    • the transient darkness and the gloom.
    • future follow that path marked by history, wherein the essentials
    • thoughts would hark back to the words of Rudolf Steiner,
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • the basis for the remarks made above as to Steiner's spiritual
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • spirituality of the remarkable and impressive lectures which

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