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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • During this Cycle of Lectures I shall speak of
    • strengthen our spiritual forces that we shall be aware of that
    • all that has been said. We shall also find as we proceed that
    • said: — ‘I have a gift to bestow upon humanity which shall
    • words! — No more shall he, the Evil One, this false teacher,
    • about whom we shall have much to say in subsequent lectures. The
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • that man shall once again find Osiris.’
    • ‘I have come from Osiris, and to Osiris I shall return, and
    • life we shall not find rudimentary cultural states, but lofty and
    • the future we continue to advance in like fashion, we shall
    • Then, indeed, shall we be led back to those great personalities
    • soul. They shall acknowledge and discern in the ever recurrent
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • the brain, so that they shall be connected with and become a part
    • fall. The advent of the Buddhas was a sign that mankind shall not
    • shall come into men’s lives something of the ancient primal
    • trend, fades from time to time; but in order that it shall be
    • last Buddha brought, shall have waned, then will yet another
    • World of Nirvana — which man shall enter when he has so advanced
    • understand this concept rightly, for then shall we avoid those
    • desires shall yet know the nature and the aspect of that other
    • world wherein I shall overcome, of my own power and effort, all
    • within us, we shall at last reach the eternal spheres which
    • perform a deed which shall quicken and make fruitful, all that in
    • demands that man shall not give way to his own weak spiritual
    • anticipation of that state with which I shall gain contact when I
    • ‘School of Earthly Life’, shall not perish, for such
    • works may endure, but look forward to the fruits which they shall
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • in his autobiography, tells this story: — ‘Never shall I
    • whose name shall I proclaim my mission?’ And the
    • Israelites across shallow waters. This historical fact has been
    • full measure of a content that shall once again embrace the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • With this end in view, we shall employ a special
    • descriptions. We shall therefore endeavour to portray all
    • might say: — ‘No matter what shall take place in the outer
    • Jahveh-concept implies that mankind shall at all times gaze
    • forces alone which dominate the soul, man shall come to the sure
    • change shall be brought about in the concepts of mankind, as was
    • which it is ordained shall later enter into the history of
    • it shall be enabled to look upon the world of spirit. The power
    • which it is ordained shall descend upon humanity, will now shine
    • qualities that shall fit me to cope with every form of trial and
    • experience that may come upon me. Thus shall I know how to impart
    • one, through whom it shall be proclaimed that man may still
    • nevertheless shall man again rejoice — but he must be ever
    • that mission which shall shine in upon mankind because of this
    • shall turn.’
    • the four hundred and fifty prophets of Baal. We shall see how
    • thus: — ‘What shall I do that I may find a successor to
    • replied: — ‘Never shall those things come to pass which
    • blood of Naboth shall dogs lick thy blood, even thine’ (I
    • utterance: — ‘The dogs shall eat Jezebel by the wall of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • to you a point to which I shall now again draw your attention. In
    • the superficial mode so general in our time, we shall often find
    • we shall again refer to it at some future date.
    • evolution through the advent of the Christ-Impulse; and we shall
    • shall realize that everything which followed as a result of the
    • ye shall know and discern this Holy Spirit in each one of
    • and cometh to the light when man, in very solitude, shall know
    • Which holds all beings closely bound — and he shall
    • That truth by which, through Christ, mankind shall gain
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • right to challenge and to question. He praised the achievements
    • which were held at the ‘Architektenhaus’ (Hall of
    • commenced in a small hall, shortly however to pass on to one of
    • (Philharmonic Hall). When we at last came to the large hall of
    • about the moment when it shall realize it is once more upon the
    • Will shall quicken within him or whether he shall give himself
    • power of human consciousness in order that it shall advance
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • in the Philharmonic Hall that he delivered his address on
    • he spoke the most capacious halls were filled to
    • the large hall of the ‘Philharmonie’
    • (Philharmonic Hall), on The Importance of
    • Philharmonic Hall; the theme chosen being:

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