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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • contemporary of Buddha; the approximate date of his life being
    • great many centuries before the time of Buddha. Greek historians
    • during these lectures are: Hermes, Buddha and Moses.
    • Buddha.
    • found expression through Buddha, was achieved by inner
    • among Great Leaders such as Hermes, Buddha, Moses, and others,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • The Buddha and the Buddhist Creed; and this fact is the more
    • Great Buddha, which have found their way into the course of human
    • mighty impulse brought about by the advent of the Buddha, which
    • the light of the Buddha-mood, when regarded as already
    • characterized, that the outstanding figure of the Buddha can be
    • Buddha‘; the last of these was incarnated as the son
    • of King Suddhodana, and called Gautama Buddha.
    • of such Buddhas, five having appeared subsequent to the last
    • fall. The advent of the Buddhas was a sign that mankind shall not
    • renewed there arises periodically a new Buddha, and as we have
    • stated, the last of these was Gautama Buddha.
    • repeated earth lives, to the dignity of Buddhahood, if we may so
    • According to the Indian philosophical outlook, Gautama Buddha, up
    • to his twenty-ninth year, was not regarded as a Buddha, but as a
    • Thus did Gautama Buddha rise to the full dignity
    • last Buddha brought, shall have waned, then will yet another
    • Bodhisattva rise to Buddhahood, the Buddha of the Future — the
    • Maitreya Buddha; whose coming the Indian surely awaits, for it is
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • Hermes and Buddha, we are brought face to face with incidents and
    • Buddha. We then drew attention to the fact that during the course
    • In a previous lecture devoted to Buddha, we drew
  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Buddha, Moses and Elijah, the personalities discussed in this



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