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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • which is properly called ‘The Method of "Spiritual
    • physical, The Aura, to use an ancient expression, so do we call
    • component, which is sometimes called the Little Aura.
    • While the Indians mystically searched their inner
    • self-contained and infinite time circle is symbolically
    • distinguished. These are the so-called ‘Izarads’ or
    • such manner can no nation make headway. The call is not alone to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • apparent, and retained, as one might say, atavistically in the
    • they had power to recall those by-gone times in the Golden Age of
    • called THE GREAT WISE ONE — THE OLD HERMES. When, at a later
    • wisdom, he also called himself Hermes, according to an old custom
    • and goddess, Osiris and Isis. It was Hermes himself who called
    • called Typhon. This enemy, Typhon, waylaid Osiris and slew him,
    • enter the material form; these elements can be physically
    • things. Symbolically, in the sense of the Isis-Initiation, we
    • at midnight, for, metaphorically speaking, he may at all times
    • call to seek the Isis-Forces, that mankind might, through their
    • from those spiritual powers which called to him out of the
    • ‘actually connect it with the flood which we call
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • expectation of recurrent earth lives, calls to us, saying, —
    • doctrine. Those who experienced this call to action did not look
    • uniform and continuous, but as having taken place periodically
    • of King Suddhodana, and called Gautama Buddha.
    • renewed there arises periodically a new Buddha, and as we have
    • inner illumination, symbolically portrayed in the words,
    • teachings, is not treated historically, and this unhistoric
    • he is historically united with the whole human race, and while he
    • unjust that I should now be called upon to make atonement for
    • say, unhistorically, each Buddha proclaiming a like doctrine.
    • upon Him that cosmic essence, that Spirit, symbolically
    • that decadence, symbolically represented as: — ‘The Fall
    • voice called into the past and brought back into this earthly
    • existence. A cosmic conception of this nature may call for much
    • will truly be in a position to call forth his Christ-nature from
    • time to come recall my earthly life. I strive ever upward, in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • call to mind the vicissitudes which accompanied the Biblical
    • world, and also from that ever wakeful call emanating from the
    • have symbolically portrayed all such knowledge and power as the
    • the cosmic clock had run down, and the call must go forth to
    • differs radically, nevertheless, we can clearly trace a definite
    • graphically portrayed in order that we may realize that Moses was
    • felt that his call was merely to lead his people to a certain
    • so-called liberal arts, which latter were concerned with progress
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • to our spiritual vision, we need only recall the fact that
    • enduring many and varied forms of privation. We must recall the
    • called up from the hidden depths of his soul – deep-seated
    • would call forth and make possible the coming
    • Religious Schools, or Schools of the Prophets as they were called
    • of Divine spiritual vision must next be called into being, in
    • brook which is called Cherith, where he concealed himself and
    • conditions which now called for such deep and earnest
    • distress that the personality [whom we have called Elijah-Naboth]
    • hundred and fifty prophets of Baal to be called to a final
    • deeper meaning, become as a call to humanity urging mankind to
    • and the matter had gone to such a length as to call for Divine
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • and not merely to that which is external and physically
    • tendency which has been called Gnosis [a term denoting a higher
    • denser form which we now call man; and that owing to the
    • That particular period which we call The Birth of
    • spirit, and calls for inner upliftment of the soul for its
    • what we might call the external history of Jesus, there is found
    • governed by natural laws. It did not feel itself called upon to
    • old Christology, there grew up what might be called a mere
    • these investigations Jesus was to be regarded as One specifically
    • authenticate historically those events which occurred at the
    • was called into being by a folk fantasy born of mental impulse.
    • merely historically, and if it were not that those ideas which
    • entered historically into the evolution of humanity in such
    • might call Self-Initiation. This ultimate consummation had been
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • This wholly unselfish action, however, called for
    • periodically recur, even though the public could not be counted
    • that current of thought which urged humanity to call upon the
    • Power. He recalled with sorrow and anxiety those words of
    • Steiner spoke quite unequivocally regarding the necessity of
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • The So-called Dangers of the Occult.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • however, to be cancelled, owing to pressing calls upon
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • Science upon various questions associated with these so-called

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