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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • Spiritual Science, we find therein a progressive purport, a
    • When we turn our attention to Zarathustra we find
    • of conscious thought; dream visions, which in these days we find
    • When we look forward from those by-gone times we find upon the
    • among different peoples, and we find them working in close
    • to Mythology. Thus do we find these two thought currents
    • deeper and deeper within his inner being, there to find a
    • Apollo. Thus we find in ancient Greece, in the Apollo current of
    • understanding, we find them still unified and enduring.
    • point; a conception which present-day man finds most difficult to
    • signs indicated by the arrangement of the stars, and of finding a
    • gloom. In what way do the activities of Ormuzd and Ahriman find
    • finds expression in the transmission of the sun’s light
    • and temptation, so do we find also the trace of other spiritual
    • perfection, or the greatest evil. Here, then, we find reappearing
    • modern predominating interest in mysticism that many people find
    • idea finds expression in the Hebrew, where evil comes upon the
    • world through the woman — Eve — but we find nothing in
    • Everywhere we find in different lines of thought something which
    • Pythagoras failed to find the purest and most ideal ethical
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • intensified as modern external scientific research finds that it
    • Here we find one of the greatest scientists of
    • ancient Egyptian culture, that he could find no better way of
    • methods to which we have previously referred, finds expression
    • activities of mankind, will find in these strange stories a
    • factors that finds expression in the ideal forms of Osiris and
    • dualism, we at once find that we are involved in a process of
    • material existence, the ancient consciousness could find no words
    • that man shall once again find Osiris.’
    • descend to the true Ego; there to find that this same Ego is ever
    • do we find ourselves at last in the Ego’s veritable
    • course. We thus find that the results of anatomical investigation
    • firmament, and finds expression in the mystic writings of the
    • elements of the ancient wisdom which now finds expression —
    • to find the truth.’
    • Consider the world of minerals and of rocks — here we find those
    • that path which culminates in man himself, we find in the brute
    • we would find ourselves confronted with noble and exalted
    • life we shall not find rudimentary cultural states, but lofty and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • works, and his intellectuality, we find no trace of the Buddhist
    • spiritual development we find ourselves confronted with a
    • prehistoric times, we gain much further knowledge; we then find
    • expressed with the view that the position in which we find the
    • philosophies and the Yoga training, we find that these may be
    • solve the great ever-present mystery of existence which finds
    • indeed so far removed from such a concept that we can find no
    • reincarnations. Mankind must find that path of knowledge which
    • man as being descended from spiritual heights and now finding
    • where he could find entire and absolute isolation. For all that
    • different conception, in which we also find man’s position
    • in Christendom we find man’s relation to the world to be of
    • often find portrayed in a figurative form based upon
    • when I look around me I find nought but illusion — all is
    • upon this earth and must here find the purpose and object of my
    • must I find the way back to my true nature, then will the outer
    • Paul’s words, we find expressed that positive knowledge,
    • fallen. The Buddhist, when he looks around upon the world, finds
    • development we find nothing in Christianity corresponding to
    • find in every one of these earthly existences that I have built
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • find ourselves confronted with a graphic narrative of a wholly
    • various peoples. It is for this reason that we find fundamentally
    • found interwoven both significance and purport. Hence we find
    • influence, that ever find new channels through which to reach
    • The Bible account of the finding of Moses
    • eternity. At the same time we find intimated in a wonderful
    • patriarch. Thus do we find that all outer life-experiences
    • exhibiting a certain similitude, find ultimate expression in
    • In connection with the Egyptians, we find proof
    • find the new Moses-element in direct contrast with the old, and
    • upon the matter which the narrator really has in mind, we find
    • We find the same uplifting thoughts underlying
    • from this stand-point, we find that we are involved in its
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • in its light, we find in the very nature of his being an
    • where, in the physical world, they might find the outer reality
    • mankind. The manner in which the seed thus laid finds befitting
    • Initiation or Mystery Sanctuaries. Thus we find the prophet
    • by-gone age will find it in no way fanciful or
    • that in me lies, in order that the force within my being may find
    • thus: — ‘What shall I do that I may find a successor to
    • class which finds ultimate fulfilment. For subsequently when King
    • special importance to us just now. You will find that the subject
    • which we again find something in the nature of an exhortation and
    • therefore find a place in the records of external history. By far
    • outcome of this fundamental process next finds expression in the
    • to his word. Thus did Elijah’s spirit find expression
    • We find a similar difference in the names
    • I do that I may find a successor to fulfil my mission in this
    • Kings, xix, 15, 16) we find these words: ‘And the Lord said
    • we find, that if we read Jezebel’s message anew, in the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • the name of Christ find no true and proper place.
    • find the conclusions arrived at through the medium of Spiritual
    • field of Natural Science. Perhaps nowhere do we find this want of
    • Christ. We find, however that the universal acceptance of these
    • the superficial mode so general in our time, we shall often find
    • notice during these lectures, we find that it has in truth, no
    • a loftiness of sentiment that was certainly not destined to find
    • absolute reality. If it were otherwise we would not find, as is
    • concept we find Jesus of Nazareth hailed by humanity as its
    • by the deeds of this beloved Redeemer that we find a dim echo of
    • Christ. Further, we find that as time went on humanity became
    • of the past; for in these very fables we find depicted many of
    • I have shown in the book to which I have just referred) we find
    • The Christ-Being. Thus we find a great similarity between the
    • days, we find the events connected with His initiation clearly
    • he is man, may find if he but seek steadfastly in the very
    • still find something of this nature in the East among the
    • compelled to assume that the position in which he finds himself
    • primal transgressive tendencies which seek to find expression
    • very error which finds expression in the words of Schopenhauer:
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • countless number of his lesser followers, who can find no way
    • to pass through death's portal and onward to resurrection, finds,
    • Regarding the above, I find among my
    • What does man find in Theosophy
    • should at one time praise, and at another find fault; but
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • How and Where may we find the
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • the present task of man. For then he will find, with all the
    • he wishes to deny a patent fact. But we can find a certain
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • scientific method. The reader will find that this most
    • trance familiar to spiritualists, man finds himself in actual
    • this condition has been attained, man finds himself in a new



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