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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • connected with this subject. The first human individuality to
    • first developed into man. It was this unclean and half-animal
    • in his first work,
    • a statement might appear at first sight full of significance, it
    • words; but we must first have learnt how to read. Without this
    • considered in this connection. First, when the passage of the sun
    • him in the words which The Highest — The First One — has put
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • traditions nor doctrines grey with age.’ We first learn
    • once again. They named the first Hermes, — ‘Hermes
    • first apparent. An Osiris and an Isis nature are fundamental to
    • ‘Thou shalt descend into thine own inner being — but first
    • experience be attained. When this method is employed, the first
    • association with the primary material media, must first pass down
    • It is essential that man must first thoroughly
    • Death.’ This was the first step in the
    • for the first time that he was in contact with his actual being,
    • first gave this Stellar Script to the world, and through its aid,
    • while they looked back into that dim grey past, when first they
    • those first glorious blessings had waned, and a period of decline
    • their first high spiritual standard. At this point we might well
    • life gave to mankind those first most potent and uplifting
    • first time in the Roman period’, specimens of which were
    • Dr. Woolley stated that imports into Egypt before the First
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • of our wisdom, and our science — was first developed from
    • first connected with and referred back to that ancient wisdom
    • different currents of thought. As time went on the first of these
    • this truth first dawned upon him, his great soul was so affected
    • of life, and now for the first time beheld the elements of decay
    • character.’ At first the great Gautama did not fully grasp
    • Palace, and saw before him for the first time the realities of
    • From the time of the Sermon at Benares, when first the Buddha
    • man’s first nature had but continued unchanged this decline
    • of our first duly appointed destiny — for latent within each one
    • we first atone for this human error. No man who is advanced in
    • for this first transgression. Such is an historical line of
    • Buddha. Thus we have, in the first case, the Buddha seated under
    • Western concept first began to take definite form at the time of
    • first revealed the true meaning of the doctrine of reincarnation.
    • his first sojourn in Weimar. His endeavour in this respect was
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • which made it necessary for it to be first separated out in this
    • that we should first penetrate into the very depths of the import
    • nature underlying what, at first sight, would appear to be an
    • regarded from our modern stand-point, received its first impulse
    • must first be implanted in a fashion conforming with the peculiar
    • manifestations. He was indeed the recipient of that first initial
    • first revealed to Moses through his clairvoyant powers. And these
    • had looked upon itself for the first time, and the gaze would
    • wonder, when this cosmic essence was first revealed to Moses that
    • resembles that of the animal kingdom. We must first imagine that
    • was first led to realize that the most positive feeling which man
    • import, the ‘I AM’ must first store within itself
    • was essential that the centre of our being should first unfold in
    • which sets about transforming the first three by acting upon the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • method in dealing with our subject. In the first place,
    • pertinent events first as they actually happened and later draw
    • accept from the very first all that I propose to bring forward,
    • should be the chosen one whose soul should first grasp the
    • come the revelation of such a God, must first take place in the
    • one who would strike that first deep fundamental note, which
    • who are chosen to experience within the soul the first
    • that his first inner experience would be the clear apprehension
    • Now, in the case of Naboth, the first event of
    • first place and above everything, to stand before King Ahab and
    • which the god of King Ahab was known, should be the first to
    • of the nineteenth chapter of the First Book of
    • step by step, to a stage where he would first feel himself
    • must first undergo many inner experiences deep hidden from
    • At first the spirit of Elijah worked in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • During the first centuries which followed the
    • the first centuries of the Christian era — not, be it
    • the teachings of Spiritual Science in our time. During the first
    • sleep-state was first induced. This was of such nature that the
    • initiates in the Mystery-Sanctuaries. Indeed, we first begin to
    • first dawn a true comprehension of all that has come to human
    • light of Spiritual Science, then we must first realize that: —
    • must first undergo a development of inner-life so that he may
    • the light had not first conjured it into being. If, on the one
    • First dawns the glorious truth in that glad hour;
  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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    • Translation by Walter F. KnoxFirst English Edition, 1934
    • (The first four lectures are part of GA 60 and the
  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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    • First American Edition
    • First English Edition, 1934
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • Berlin was the first radiating point from which
    • the tide of evolution. Happenings which appear at first sight to
    • is the first step toward man's freedom; the narrow confines
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Berlin, should now be published for the first time; these
    • the first occasion being when he looked over



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