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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • South side to a country which was inhabited by Indian tribes,
    • selfsame soil where dwelt these ancient Indian tribes, the
    • from the teachings of the great Ieaders among the Indians, whose
    • teachings of the ancient Indians, when we bear in mind that we
    • proximity, but in divers ways, in the Indian culture which found
    • with such wonder in the ancient Indian culture, and which later
    • to his followers, as did the Indian teachers: ‘Turn away
    • of the Indian mystics regarded this earth upon which we live as
    • the ancient Indians.
    • While the Indians mystically searched their inner
    • themselves drawn towards the Indian Spiritual Science, or Method
    • inner being. The Indian came to the conclusion that this could
    • The Indian teacher said: — ‘Put away from
    • Such was the difference between the Indian and
    • Persian culture. The Indian peoples were taught that they must
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • embodied in the following statement: — The Indian has ever
    • Indian spiritual life can we realize the significance of that
    • evening sky of Indian soul-life, but a few centuries before the
    • that the Indian, because of his observations concerning this
    • So that Indian philosophy does not regard man’s fall as
    • Indian thought ever harked back to that dim past
    • time when the Indian fell away from his exalted spiritual
    • upon during his fall. According to ancient Indian philosophy, as
    • According to the Indian philosophical outlook, Gautama Buddha, up
    • primeval wisdom; which, however, in the light of Indian
    • Maitreya Buddha; whose coming the Indian surely awaits, for it is
    • From the stand-point of Buddhism, Indian
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • all races, be they Ancient Indians, Persians, Babylonians,
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • In the Anglo-Indian theosophical movement there
    • work at Bologna, the representative of the Anglo-Indian movement
    • lectures of the Indian Theosophist, Jinarajadasa, who has since
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines.



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