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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • a statement might appear at first sight full of significance, it
    • the true spiritual man, so is the sun which appears to us as a
    • behind everything of which we are conscious and appears to us as
    • cosmic streams to which reference has been made; they appeared to
    • perfection, or the greatest evil. Here, then, we find reappearing
    • essence — hardly appear in the spiritual life of our time,
    • recede, as it were, or appear of less moment; while in nearly all
    • facts of life, will disappear, when that wholly different
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • veneration of animals appears to us as a most enigmatic part of
    • these two heavenly bodies which appear so full of mystery in the
    • Sun and Moon interrelated, and these bodies appear to us as
    • ‘It is thus that thou art, so dost thou appear when thou
    • appear that in the beginning, written characters were brought
    • absolute does the control exercised by this concept appear. It
    • once claim and rivet our attention. They appear to us so exalted
    • of November, 1933, and which duly appeared in their
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • reincarnation, appears almost equivalent to saying, — that the
    • of such Buddhas, five having appeared subsequent to the last
    • Buddhas, appearing one after another throughout recurring
    • in the past and it is likely that it will again reappear in the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • new element suddenly makes its appearance. If we ask ourselves:
    • appear to form a sequel to events typical of experiences in a
    • manner in which Bible narratives are expressed. It appears that a
    • that a certain order of conscious-state may reappear and be found
    • nature underlying what, at first sight, would appear to be an
    • Strange as it may appear, in the medieval
    • gradually undergoes a change, so that they appear interwoven with
    • soul-life, it appears to be of extremely poor content, in spite
    • appears to be the most intense and powerful condition of our
    • and his own person. So that the Lord appeared to manifest in such
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • mankind; but, nevertheless, this significant figure appears
    • disappeared among those people who had still retained the
    • that such a statement may appear somewhat grotesque, but those
    • appear; these indicate that inner progress has now so far
    • appeared before him, and it was full of life, and a voice said:
    • of greater pictorial reality than any before, it appeared to him
    • appeared to him that his God, who had again manifested, set him
    • It next appeared to [Elijah-Naboth], again as in
    • of awe, appeared as in a vision and revealed to him plainly how
    • great master appeared before his soul, and said: — ‘I will
    • period of famine the God-Jahveh appeared before him and [as
    • appear before King Ahab (I Kings, xviii, 1) and to cause the four
    • during the evolution of mankind, and therefore appear to us of
    • mysterious ways, for he appeared among the people now here, now
    • alone appears in this, as in other Bible accounts connected with
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • which have appeared in many and varied forms. For the present,
    • nature from that which appeared upon the surface. It became
    • which appeared to the spiritual vision of the Initiates during
    • that in the Gospels there appear once again detailed narratives
    • man regards human life and human understanding, as they appear to
    • xiv, 26, would appear to be of doubtful origin. [Ed.]
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the tide of evolution. Happenings which appear at first sight to
    • does not appear as a vital factor; this element must now be
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • time it was a series which had appeared in the monthly
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Thoughts in the astral body; henceforth they only appeared as the
    • where they appear as the dead shadows of the Spiritual.
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • which appear in this volume, formed part of a series of



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