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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • of Assyria and Babylonia, on down to the Egyptian period, and
    • knowledge that he could from the Egyptians concerning the methods
    • of man, among either the Egyptians, the Phænicians, or the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • ancient Egyptian culture and spiritual life is of especial
    • a monument to ancient Egyptian civilization. This mystery becomes
    • past, in order to throw light upon later Egyptian culture;
    • related to the active cultural life of Egypt, which date back to
    • led me into the mysterious sanctuaries of the old Egyptians — to
    • ancient Egyptian culture, that he could find no better way of
    • and followers in the by-gone Egyptian Sanctuaries. It is
    • realize the actual sentiments of these olden Egyptian peoples, in
    • of what the Egyptians themselves felt regarding their culture,
    • the ancients as a whole. We are told that an Egyptian sage once
    • Egyptian thought and feeling. But, as has been before stated,
    • The mission of the Egyptian peoples was of a very
    • that knowledge attained through modern Egyptian research, if
    • the Egyptian race. It was ordained that these olden peoples
    • the Egyptians should gain wisdom and understanding from this
    • continued active until a comparatively late period in Egyptian
    • Egyptians, down to less than 1000 years before the Christian era,
    • The later Egyptians, however, were unable to penetrate beyond the
    • Egyptian culture, when their priesthood could gaze both far and
    • especially by the older Egyptians. At a later period, those among
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • noticeable with the Egyptians, and we have already become
    • devoted to Hermes. The Egyptians had been assigned a lofty
    • follow had been laid in the Egyptian civilization. The people of
    • fresh movement evolved was fundamentally Egyptian, but the
    • pertained to the growth and development of the Egyptian mission.
    • carry on the ancient Egyptian mission; he must evolve therefrom
    • evolved out of the past evolution of the Egyptian people is even
    • came to Moses from the Egyptians, and which was enhanced through
    • which came to him from the Egyptian civilization.
    • We read that the daughter of the Egyptian King
    • is here symbolical of Egyptian culture, guided the influx of
    • an outer shell encompassed and enveloped by the old Egyptian
    • Egypt, may be regarded as an actual account of mundane events. As
    • also apparent that one special attribute which the old Egyptians
    • mission of the ancient Egyptian nation was to found a culture
    • from the Egyptian civilization, has sprung from the singular
    • Egyptian priests and the leaders of the people. But the time came
    • when with regard to the old Egyptian mission, one might say, that
    • of the Egyptians to explain.
    • Egyptian civilization. The ancient culture had merely served to
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • days of the ancient Persians or Egyptians, who desired so to

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