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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • little is known; for as far as external investigation goes his
    • light-giving mass when considered as such, merely the external
    • merely external and material.
    • will be discovered and recognized by external science, that a
    • are external; merge yourselves solely within your very being —
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • intensified as modern external scientific research finds that it
    • externalized physical consciousness. It is for the possessor of
    • see external objects with our eyes.’ Although these later
    • above external laws. As an example we have the fable of the god
    • me here — a spirit embodied in external human form. In times
    • which are of the external perceptual world, and his material form
    • is ever subject to destruction through the external forces of
    • powers of Typhon, those external forces which underlie all
    • fully conscious of an object, as a specific thing, when external
    • regard his blood and his being externally, and pass into that
    • regarded man’s inner form from an external
    • entity, no longer limited by his external relation to humanity,
    • best bring forth all things necessary to external life.
    • throughout external civilization, and which is of greatest human
    • the true self within. All external qualities with which we come
    • whose deeds is cast a veil impenetrable to external
    • scope of its investigations?‘ Let us see how external
    • 1 From the text we learn that external
    • From the above excerpt it is clear, that external
    • 16th of February, 1911.  In the interim, external science
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • regarding which we obtain information from external historical
    • also apparent in certain external facts and happenings, that can
    • complete accord between spiritual and external science. Further,
    • regarding the external perceptual world, there should arise two
    • thought which was occupied with external physical perception, and
    • the external creation, and by thus freeing himself from material
    • external world with which humanity is so closely connected,
    • in life that we can never hope to gain from external experiences
    • withdraws himself entirely from the external world, where life
    • Jesus, intimating that He lived in a body which was external and
    • throughout all external being is the same spiritual essence which
    • manifests throughout all external things.
    • fresh truths and data brought forward by external science, to
    • external life, is embodied the divine essence — the spirit.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • those external events which are associated with this or that
    • stand-point of external history. Following this method, the
    • realize that a Biblical description concerned with external
    • the external physical happenings described at the beginning. In
    • has no connection whatever with external worldly events, but
    • external physical happenings — but refer only to the inner
    • some certain point in a story the description of external
    • to discern and to know when the descriptions concerning external
    • externally, and without the aid of Spiritual Science?’ we
    • seize upon those impressions which come to us from the external
    • during which he completely shuts himself off from the external
    • and powers of external apprehension to be for a time entirely
    • external life into a soul touched with the attributes of
    • Next follow descriptions of external events which
    • developed and told in such manner that external happenings are
    • Biblical descriptions which apparently represent external
    • external perceptual world were destined to replace the old
    • soul reaches a point when the aspect of external objects
    • connected with our external corporeal nature, and that it unfolds
    • has released himself from his external bodily instrument in order
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • difficult of comprehension to external history. We are about to
    • be recognized externally as forming a part of life’s
    • nature of this external happening, it cannot be denied that the
    • external occurrences, for their inception may oft-times be traced
    • outer forms and ceremonies, and found expression through external
    • experiences of the external phenomena of life. In those days it
    • privations, we must ever realize that such external events are in
    • unable to tell, at times, just where the external form of some
    • this unobtrusive personality had actually become the external
    • external sign; but such a sign as all might plainly discern and
    • Elijah was dead, and no more seen upon the face of the external
    • man’s external vision and apprehension. Thus it came about
    • obtained through the medium of external science, I should feel
    • therefore find a place in the records of external history. By far
    • External history, which is garnered solely from
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • and not merely to that which is external and physically
    • beginning has been traced to external animal forms. Spiritual
    • what we might call the external history of Jesus, there is found
    • only dared to reason concerning that which is external and
    • endeavour has been made to apply the ordinary methods of external
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth by external material
    • mention Jesus of Nazareth as a human being. External science is
    • no faith? External science has merely proved that the Bible
    • We will now compare the attitude of external
    • external history and external documents, and for this reason: —
    • this external progression, there still remains something which
    • lay concealed therein, deep hidden from a profane external world.
    • external history ran its course a change was taking place; and it
    • free from all external influence and unaided by those means which
    • self-initiation might be achieved without external aid rendered
    • of external science. The latter has been forced to admit that [in
    • with which external science is unable to cope. Spiritual Science,
    • of twentieth-century spiritual development will be that external
    • external Science. We would here say that in the matter we are now
    • external Science will fall short of that goal which may be
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  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • external investigation with the knowledge born of the spiritual
    • harmonize with those of subsequent external scientific research.
    • consciousness of all things pertaining to the external world, his



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