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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • and unrecorded in ancient documents.
    • of the ancient founder of Persian religion must have lived a
    • great antiquity of the Zarathustran era, as indicated by ancient
    • refer to this matter, that in ancient times the development of
    • world upon the consciousness of the ancients, if we turn our
    • The consciousness of the ancients was such that
    • closed, but in those ancient times such was not the case. It was
    • with the world of spirit, therefore these ancients could say from
    • ancient seer.
    • clairvoyant states and experiences of the ancients we have no
    • selfsame soil where dwelt these ancient Indian tribes, the
    • teachings of the ancient Indians, when we bear in mind that we
    • with such wonder in the ancient Indian culture, and which later
    • Apollo. Thus we find in ancient Greece, in the Apollo current of
    • the ancient Indians.
    • physical, The Aura, to use an ancient expression, so do we call
    • to this point the Greek authors state that the ancient Persians
    • There is something more about this ancient cosmic
    • recognized among the ancients.
    • made by an ancient historian, which is in complete agreement with
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  • 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
    • acceptable or not, that this ancient culture is in some singular
    • ancient Egyptian culture, that he could find no better way of
    • There is an ancient legend that has been handed
    • the ancients as a whole. We are told that an Egyptian sage once
    • really understand the events which took place at the ancient
    • until we again fall asleep. On the other hand, the ancient
    • the evolution of the ancient races, and of a surety say: — Those
    • laws; while there rings throughout the ancient mythological and
    • the ancients, and our present-day objective conscious state. As
    • special nature. All that we know regarding ancient times, even
    • period, some other outstanding leader came to revive the ancient
    • other animals by this ancient race was most singular, and went to
    • that modern research drags forth from the depths of this ancient
    • gave to the Egyptians their ancient culture, even to the conduct
    • According to ancient Egyptian concepts the
    • of the mood of these ancient peoples, we realize that they looked
    • ancient Egyptians concerning their conception of Osiris-Force,
    • material existence, the ancient consciousness could find no words
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • most complete knowledge of ancient works of art is to be sought
    • ancient traditions, not even from Buddhism; it has in fact thrust
    • with these ancient fluctuating visions a species of conscious
    • first connected with and referred back to that ancient wisdom
    • throughout the whole soul’s outlook, until those ancient
    • still preserved a dim remembrance of the ancient primal
    • upon during his fall. According to ancient Indian philosophy, as
    • shall come into men’s lives something of the ancient primal
    • Testament it is realized that the ancients were related to the
    • because of certain events which happened in ancient times,
    • among the ancients, he also connects his life with an event that
    • ancient humanity. He knows that when in his soul, the Divine
    • development is shown in the advance from the ancient Eastern
    • consciousness of man’s connection with ancient primordial
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • ancient Biblical traditions, and then, only after these are fully
    • those ancient Biblical descriptions?’ It tells us that
    • base of ancient religious historical narratives, more especially
    • ancient Hebrew history, as advanced by the philosopher Philo, who
    • ancient race becomes a sort of symbolical account of the
    • reality of this ancient clairvoyant consciousness be proved
    • the origin of ancient mythical visions, legends, etc., which have
    • conscious state in order to account for these ancient myths and
    • Ancient Mythologies. We ( annot, however, regard Myths and
    • of understanding and intelligence, has now superseded the ancient
    • the ancient clairvoyant forms of consciousness manifested in
    • one abstract idea, or unit, in this ancient conception of the
    • all races, be they Ancient Indians, Persians, Babylonians,
    • carry on the ancient Egyptian mission; he must evolve therefrom
    • symbolical description according to the ancient mode, from which
    • We must bear in mind that in those ancient times
    • mission of the ancient Egyptian nation was to found a culture
    • ordained should, for a long period, supersede that ancient
    • methods in vogue in those ancient times. Here we come upon a
    • material world. Ancient peoples believed in a plurality
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • personality as portrayed in the ancient Biblical records, make
    • attention to the manner in which they are depicted in the ancient
    • ancient Hebrew times when the brilliant epoch that marked the
    • that ancient clairvoyant gift which was in general a spiritual
    • alliance with Tyre and Sidon, had introduced into the ancient
    • of the ancient Hebrew people, and was once more active. There was
    • ancient Hebrew people can be characterized in the following
    • believe in the ancient Jahveh-God; and that he must hold fast to
    • marks the statements of Spiritual Science concerning ancient
    • uplifting of the ancient Jahveh Faith.
    • It is characteristic of that ancient period, that
    • fallen, be brought back to Jahveh, the ancient God of the
    • ancient writer who portrayed this incident did not realize the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • extend far beyond the ancient gnosis of those early Christian
    • few centuries of the Christian era, this ancient gnosis put
    • ancient gnosis rightly, then must we look upon it from the
    • Christianity, the ancient gnosis considered of especial import in
    • The question now arises — How did the ancient
    • (Mark i, 9 to 11), was regarded by this ancient gnosis as a
    • Holy Spirit creating in Him a new-born life, that the ancient
    • We have characterized this ancient spiritual
    • wondered at that this ancient gnostical conception was unpopular.
    • in character to this ancient higher spiritual wisdom, the
    • the ancient gnostic Christ-Concept. During the whole course of
    • admit that among a small section of the community the ancient
    • philological investigations into these ancient chronicles; but in
    • thus driven to the following statement: — ‘The ancient
    • development of mankind in the by-gone days of the ancient
    • somewhat detailed account of those ancient rites which were
    • darkness. The methods employed during these ancient mystic rites
    • ancient Mystery Sanctuaries might bring about the final
    • those ancient standards of human conduct which have been passed
    • must hark back to the ancient mysteries and ponder upon all that
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • ancient times, through intellectual achievement, and must in
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Claims of Modern Opinion, and Ancient Habits
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • and profound understanding of the ancient occult teachings,

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