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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • in olden times mankind obtained a clear inner vision of the
    • been clearly recognized, and can be detected even to this day, by
    • clearly upon his disciples, and, using simple words, we can
    • disciples to a point where he could make clear to them that: —
    • clearly understood how to connect such characters with that which
    • many historical events become clear and understandable when we
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • investigations have found traces of certain things, clearly
    • We must clearly realize that the peoples of the
    • olden times; and although not so clear and accurate as are the
    • which it was made clear that through the medium of the
    • competent to indicate clearly the vital purpose of that urgent
    • ‘the divine gift of “clear seeing” gradually
    • From the above it is clear that the old Egyptians
    • culture, it is clear that human frailty and imperfection were
    • From the above excerpt it is clear, that external
    • are assured and destiny stands out the more clearly before us. It
    • clear, that the ancient people who had so skilfully fashioned the
    • feet relics of the dim past were unearthed in clearly marked
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • Goethe), a clear and definite touch of Buddhistic thought; and
    • I have persistently endeavoured to make it clear
    • fact, becoming more and more clear that the prehistoric races had
    • must be clearly understood. Gautama realized that in the great
    • beneath this tree, it became clear to the Buddha that this world
    • soul that clear light whereby he might comprehend and solve the
    • John, as described in the Bible, is as vivid and clear a picture
    • however, clearly understand that Christ’s reference to the
    • life, once again that mood which brings with it so clear a
    • illumination which would reveal and make clear the true origin
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • and clearly understood, inquire as to their origin?’ Such a
    • far from easy to gain a clear comprehension of the true meaning
    • within our souls, then do we feel that a full and clear
    • the birth of my true conscious self, and I clearly recollect both
    • That spirit from the cosmos, which Moses clearly
    • is closely related to all external physical agents. It is clear
    • understood by those who clearly comprehend the whole nature of
    • clearest insight into this matter when we take the animal
    • differs radically, nevertheless, we can clearly trace a definite
    • perception which clearly foretold what would occur, and they
    • It is clear from what follows later in the
    • narrator himself cannot make clear to us the justness of the
    • Moses-consciousness; and in the story it is made clear that the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • light upon the world’s history may become clearly apparent
    • Let us clearly picture what takes place deep
    • that his first inner experience would be the clear apprehension
    • clear to him by a sign which came during an inner vision. This
    • In this dreamlike vision it was clearly impressed
    • clearly understand. To enter into details concerning these
    • researches it is quite clear, and this point has always been
    • prophet Elijah, it becomes clear that the impulses and primal
    • From what has been said it is clear that through
    • which is around us, if we have no clear concept of the inner
    • words, she clearly understood that if she went to the Mount she
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • (delivered in the Architektenhaus) will doubtless have made clear
    • The gnosis clearly realized that through The
    • more clearly in a preface to the second edition. My intention was
    • clearly set forth and formed the basis of what we might term a
    • character, Jesus of Nazareth. It further becomes clear that
    • days, we find the events connected with His initiation clearly
    • It had become clear to Judaism that the evolution
    • active deep within mankind can only come when there is a clear
    • become more and more clear the further man penetrates into
    • Further, in the mind of man there must dawn a clear understanding
    • human advancement there is clear evidence of a mighty spiritual
    • bring to humanity a clear comprehension of the Christ-Impulse,
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • clearly marked. It is a fact, that the burden thrust upon him due
    • clearly differentiating between the Western and the Eastern
    • of development in the unfolding of the human spirit are clearly
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • basis of experience and spirituality, pointing a clear way to a
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Self as the spiritual essence of the human being, is clearly
    • present. His crystal-clear statements as to the nature of the
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • clearly and concisely the main features of Steiner's philosophy
    • gained, a clearer understanding of the material world.



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