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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
- stimulus to the advancement of culture and civilization. Such
- present era, and those glorious gifts to civilization which
- civilization. You must not regard all things as merely Maya, but
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
- a monument to ancient Egyptian civilization. This mystery becomes
- civilization is of such paramount interest, but there is another,
- but also the way in which their civilization was looked upon by
- civilization and brings to the surface, to add to our knowledge
- civilization, and they felt that this mystic bond was both
- and ever-failing. Our civilization reaches far into the
- throughout external civilization, and which is of greatest human
- various civilizations whose mission has been to alter the trend
- in the early dawn of Egyptian life civilization was of a high
- aboriginal races as representative of civilizations which have
- manifestations of long perished civilizations, and that all human
- glorious civilizations, which at some later period fell away from
- traces of a highly spiritual primeval civilization, whose culture
- typical of primordial civilizations that have fallen away from
- was only after the downfall of the primal Euphratean civilization
- civilization. In a previous lecture we have drawn attention to a
- primordial civilization as primitive and childish in its nature.
- connection with ancient Euphratean civilization, as the outcome
- history of this by-gone and highly developed civilization,
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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
- meaningless succession of civilizations, but that throughout the
- active in some later civilization because, like a fresh page, or
- follow had been laid in the Egyptian civilization. The people of
- which came to him from the Egyptian civilization.
- from the Egyptian civilization, has sprung from the singular
- before the people in order to inaugurate a new civilization based
- Egyptian civilization. The ancient culture had merely served to
- be, a gift from above, a form of civilization, a
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