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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
- the spiritual elements of truth, wisdom and perception, far
- questionable sub-human element, as yet unknown, and from which he
- as we term the human spirit element as distinguished from the
- and considered this element as important to our spiritual
- spiritual element which permeates the great macrocosm, and
- superperceptual element underlies all physical phenomena, and
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
- dual, the one element being termed Osiris, while the other was
- enter the material form; these elements can be physically
- Osiris. Even as the elements which form the physical body enter
- man’s spiritual counterpart; there the Osiris-Element lies
- spiritual element looks down upon the material body after
- newly-born comprehension of the elements of Fire, Air and Water,
- the people the elements of the science of mathematics, while he
- elements of the ancient wisdom which now finds expression —
- most elementary form, but, on the contrary, we must consider the
- elementary conditions, such as those which are still found among
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
- is dissolved by death; and that the death element breaks in upon
- element destructive to existence; and the legend states that when
- of life, and now for the first time beheld the elements of decay
- world about us we see there the elements of destruction as
- another baneful element which brings corruption and decay into
- sought was an element through the agency of which the destructive
- affliction, lay that basic element necessary to humanity for its
- element of life lies in our impulses, emotions and feelings, and
- is the true origin of the Divine element in man. Goethe strove to
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
- new element suddenly makes its appearance. If we ask ourselves:
- The most important element in human culture,
- a new current, a new element into the course of human evolution,
- full of significance and purport, and that the spiritual element
- grouping and interaction of external elements and factors, what
- arrangement and interrelations of these external elements, and it
- find the new Moses-element in direct contrast with the old, and
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
- to fulfil; and that the Divine element which was about to descend
- fulfil; and that the Divine element which was about to descend
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
- element of the Christ-Being, which did not descend with him into
- gnosis, this Christ-Element continues to dwell in the spiritual
- representing in very imperfect and elementary manner an inner
- Christ-Event expressed in its most elementary form. It is
- that in the life-centre, the Ego, there manifests an element
- in the beginning was the same Godlike element which has continued
- Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
- element to become subservient to its needs.
- element falls away, even as an amputated limb from the human
- does not appear as a vital factor; this element must now be
- The Elements of Theosophy I.
- The Elements of Theosophy II.
- The Elements of Theosophy III.
- The Elements of Theosophy IV.
- The Elements of Theosophy V.
- element in Haeckel's works.
- Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
- The Elements of Theosophy. (The Soul and Spirit of
- The Elements of Theosophy. (The Human Races.)
- The Elements of Theosophy. (Reincarnation and
- The Elements of Theosophy. (The Evolution of the
- Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
- Title: Turning Points: Preface
- essential element of consciousness. In the descriptions here
- Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
- remaining in touch with the etheric and physical bodily elements,
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