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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • evolution is ever destined to maintain a definite upward trend.
    • during the course of human development. A condition which is only
    • a rational progression, ever accompanied by fresh contents, there
    • those which exist in our time. From previous lectures, however,
    • development great and important changes take place, especially as
    • in olden days; and that there is reason to believe that in the
    • Christianity. It is, however, a remarkable and interesting fact
    • refer to this matter, that in ancient times the development of
    • in every way perfectly normal to man, so that his conceptions and
    • world, although there may now and then intrude some higher level
    • ever-changing scenes, and which are at the same time symbolical.
    • For instance, many of us have had the experience that events
    • achievement existing beyond the perceptual world. Although in the
    • confused and vague, there was nevertheless still close contact
    • realize this outer physical world and this perceptual life, even
    • be developed except at the expense of some other attribute; hence
    • spiritual realms became ever less and less pronounced. Our
    • his development has run its course he will again return to the
    • guiding personalities must ever draw from the creative source
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • follow the gradual development of man’s spirit, from epoch
    • to epoch, as it slowly evolves, and pressing ever upward, emerges
    • is constrained to delve ever deeper and deeper into the remote
    • more general enlightenment has nevertheless a feeling, whether
    • modern scientific development, have been moved to express the
    • never grown up, and all your knowledge has been acquired through
    • successive periods of man’s development he gradually
    • really understand the events which took place at the ancient
    • and visionary nature, was nevertheless a truly clairvoyant gift,
    • ever less and less of spiritual force, until towards the end,
    • intellectual consciousness gradually developed in diverse ways
    • special nature. All that we know regarding ancient times, even
    • developed clairvoyant faculties, could gaze far into the
    • source, to be a guide and a benefit in the development of
    • that time, weak and ever waning in intensity, nevertheless they
    • with which we are familiar in every-day life, when we merely open
    • The later Egyptians, however, were unable to penetrate beyond the
    • the inferior spiritual levels, nevertheless they felt and divined
    • believed that in him the primeval wisdom of the old Hermes lived
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • these lectures. Such an assumption is, however, found to be
    • regarding Buddhism. But on the other hand it must be said, even
    • of universal development and progress in the Middle Ages. This
    • certainly sounds grotesque, but it is nevertheless true, as we at
    • Even from a superficial glance at the history of
    • spiritual development we find ourselves confronted with a
    • believer in the Doctrine of Reincarnation. With regard to this
    • world is not in vain. For while we toil we look forward to ever
    • human existence there is ever an inner voice, which in actual
    • Buddhism that man must ever strive to obtain such knowledge and
    • ancient traditions, not even from Buddhism; it has in fact thrust
    • it went through varying transitional states. Those events
    • however, we look back with the aid of Spiritual Science to
    • of our wisdom, and our science — was first developed from
    • superperceptual creations and events. Mankind had in connection
    • his intellect, and with which he is ever in direct and conscious
    • power, but felt, ever more and more, that they must keep in close
    • embodied in the following statement: — The Indian has ever
    • evening sky of Indian soul-life, but a few centuries before the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • With regard to Moses, however, whose personality
    • that direct influence exerted by all those events connected with
    • outstanding patriarch. It seems to us that Moses is even now a
    • even to the present time.
    • it can be gleaned from the Bible — nevertheless, when we look
    • Whenever we refer to any matter connected with
    • knowledge, or sincere scientific endeavour, even when we include
    • admiration and reverence, as do these investigations; and I feel
    • has, however, a tragic side, for the further the researches were
    • That movement towards true spiritual development,
    • procedure is however, not easy, especially with reference to the
    • those external events which are associated with this or that
    • for instance, of journeys and other worldly events which we
    • as if we were expected to look upon the account of events
    • reality, however, the latter part of such an account may be
    • has no connection whatever with external worldly events, but
    • development, greater enlightenment, a more advanced stage of
    • evolution. In such case, descriptions of outside events pass over
    • which deal with the patriarch Moses. When, however, we study this
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • humanity in olden times has endured even to the present day. The
    • mankind; but, nevertheless, this significant figure appears
    • impulses underlying events which happen during the historical
    • period in which he lived. Since, however, my lecture must of
    • facts connected with the growth and development of mankind, which
    • pertinent events first as they actually happened and later draw
    • are revealed by the researches of Spiritual Science, which
    • conscientious investigation; and this will be the case, even
    • very special order; these however, she did not always employ in
    • presentiments, but never to any marked extent, and they occurred
    • powerful an influence upon contemporaneous people and events. We
    • even the mention of his name was accompanied by a thrill of awe,
    • matters, but nevertheless he experienced a peculiar feeling of
    • apprehension, and a kind of dread overcame him whenever mention
    • approaching when there would be an ever greater and more
    • they could no longer believe in His works when they saw how He
    • privations, we must ever realize that such external events are in
    • reality of material impressions. And even though we meet with the
    • direst want and affliction, nevertheless, through those inner
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • It cannot be denied, even by those who have made
    • be an ever increasing tendency toward the formation of a
    • every age, including the present period, the general conceptions
    • those concerning the cosmos. However, since the coming of the
    • has taken, has ever been such as was best adapted to a particular
    • Christ. We find, however that the universal acceptance of these
    • development in the field of Spiritual Science, are wholly
    • various events and conditions which are met with in spiritual
    • associated and concerned with the evolution and development of
    • which approach ever nearer and nearer to the immaterial soul, and
    • gnostic point of view, that when man had so far developed as to
    • development in the material plane, and it was his mission to show
    • evidence of achievement and progress. Hence, according to the
    • development after he had descended upon the material plane. The
    • highly developed human individuality to Whom historical research
    • has given the name of Jesus of Nazareth, had achieved such
    • progress and development of humanity — namely, The Christ. That
    • event which took place on the banks of the Jordan when Jesus of
    • Jesus through this sacred baptism, which event we may consider as
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  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • gifted and talented man of his time; one who shunned every mark
    • of approbation and willingly renounced every claim to the highest
    • that dread abyss in which, even yet, Nietzsche (the great apostle
    • This wholly unselfish action, however, called for
    • way, ever imparting spiritual enlightenment.
    • spiritual blessings; but on the other hand he never wearied of
    • right to challenge and to question. He praised the achievements
    • mountain-high — for everywhere he brought that new animating,
    • daily torment this bearing up against the ever-breaking waves of
    • renewed and never ceasing exhausting activity. He who takes that
    • periodically recur, even though the public could not be counted
    • commenced in a small hall, shortly however to pass on to one of
    • however, he generally used the more simple term, Spiritual
    • were condemned by many friends. Rudolf Steiner shouldered every
    • (endowed with the soul's achievements) must be made both the
    • can never hark back to those conditions which were there before
    • element falls away, even as an amputated limb from the human
    • limited conceptions and the achievement lies in the province of
    • consider their appeal. Never, so he said, would he do otherwise
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • list may possibly evoke amazement, and even be somewhat
    • disconcerting; it nevertheless represents only a small part of
    • lecture cycles of never-failing power and nobility of
    • The Development of our Inner Powers.
    • The Development of our Inner Powers.
    • Goethe's ‘Occult Revelation’
    • Goethe's ‘Occult Revelation’
    • The Practical Development of our Thinking
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • Revelations of the Unconscious, and Spiritual
    • ever-burning questions of the day; these discourses had,
    • however, to be cancelled, owing to pressing calls upon
    • Everyday Life in the light of Spiritual Science.
    • he was everywhere the topic of conversation, and whenever
    • his powers of cognition, his ever weakening will, and the
    • crashing of the ever-breaking waves of discord, both
    • lectures he did not, however, review personally, as in
    • however, he gave way; and thus it is that many priceless
    • publish all the lectures was for him, indeed, a severe
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • Mankind's spiritual development. His objective, to show how
    • environment, its own physical body even while
    • achievements, now has the method outlined and the means made
    • available to achieve this condition of the truly free,
    • images of Spirit-beings -- images, however, still imbued with
    • however, will lead the Will upward, retracing the paths by which
    • even those of Michael Himself. For the former guidances did not
    • only reveal their working. They worked themselves out in man.
    • every human being who understands himself in the present period
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • development of mankind, and to throw the light of Spiritual
    • eyes are opened and his inner vision reveals to him the presence
    • (see footnote, page 190). The two former, however, still
    • entered and become associated with the Spirit-World, nevertheless
    • and of evil; and by having thus raised himself to the level of
    • mankind, even in these modern times, to have more than a mere
    • directed toward spiritual unfoldment, and an ethical development
    • expound and develop a Christian interpretation of the Gospels and
    • he was ever ready to utilize the knowledge born of his spiritual
    • the development of mankind.
    • time passes, he will ever be regarded as one of those who has



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