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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • understood concept, it is maintained that human individuality is
    • has been previously pointed out that many and diverse questions
    • are associated with this conception, and that such is the case
    • What deep meaning, we might ask, underlies the
    • fact that the span of man’s life on earth is destined to
    • recur, not once only, but many times, and that during each
    • design of such nature that each age and each epoch presents in
    • some fashion a different content, and we realize that human
    • we know that the varied influences which act upon mankind are
    • possible because man, with all that comprises his being, is
    • reflection might easily lead to the conclusion, that from the
    • teachings of Spiritual Science that during man’s
    • that man’s consciousness was very differently constituted
    • in olden days; and that there is reason to believe that in the
    • that we must look back over an extremely long period. According
    • that other investigators of late years, after carefully studying
    • to the conclusion that the personality concealed beneath the name
    • have stated over and over again that the period ascribed to
    • From the above, and from what has been learned
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • from the dark shadows of the past. Hence it is that the study of
    • intensified as modern external scientific research finds that it
    • acceptable or not, that this ancient culture is in some singular
    • It is indeed significant that a man of such
    • research, in words somewhat as follows: — ‘During my
    • touch their most holy vessels, and draw them forth that I might
    • come to me, that only in the future will the true purport and
    • ancient Egyptian culture, that he could find no better way of
    • therefore a matter of the greatest interest to us that we should
    • There is an ancient legend that has been handed
    • of what the Egyptians themselves felt regarding their culture,
    • the ancients as a whole. We are told that an Egyptian sage once
    • what is implied by the expression, ‘doctrines grey with
    • when we approach this matter we must bear in mind that during
    • acquired different forms of consciousness, and that that order of
    • cognition, there is what we term ‘Evolution’, and
    • disposition of man’s soul. It follows, that we can only
    • centres of culture, when we accept that knowledge which Spiritual
    • disposal. We thus learn that in olden times instead of our
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • life of the Western nations. Let us consider for a moment that
    • doctrine; but a little later we note in the concepts of that
    • since that period in which Schopenhauer lived, the interest taken
    • is that there is now a widespread and inherent desire, to analyse
    • It is a remarkable fact that most people still
    • Buddhist belief. We might say, that with the majority of those
    • though it sounds grotesque, that to those who probe more deeply
    • reincarnation, appears almost equivalent to saying, — that the
    • once realize when we consider that the aim of Buddhism is
    • spiritual thought that principle which operates in the direction
    • of freedom, that is, redemption from repeated rebirth, or
    • Western spiritual life, we learn that the idea of repeated
    • of his works, closes with the confession that he himself was a
    • that the repetition of our earthly lives was proof that benefit
    • would accrue from mundane endeavour, and that existence in this
    • the fullness of time coupled with the knowledge that throughout
    • ‘Thou shalt persist in thy labours.’ From what has
    • been said, it is now apparent that it is in the very essence of
    • Buddhism that man must ever strive to obtain such knowledge and
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • feel that our whole soul life plays a part in the collective
    • bring about the conditions in which we now live, that we can
    • aspect; for here we have the feeling that there is no limit to
    • that direct influence exerted by all those events connected with
    • outstanding patriarch. It seems to us that Moses is even now a
    • sentiments, that we are in truth arraigning and searching our
    • very souls. It is for this reason that all that persistent
    • more vivid, more actually present, than that which is connected
    • more deeply into the matter, we must admit that very little
    • this fact somewhat simplifies the contemplation of the historical
    • that this point should be repeatedly emphasized. The industry,
    • Old Testament, in an attempt to show, for instance, that a
    • origin to a different current of tradition to that of a passage
    • in another part. Also, that during the course of time the whole
    • scholarly manner, in order that it might be understood. Hence, in
    • continuance of that vivifying influence which the Bible is
    • That movement towards true spiritual development,
    • that we should first penetrate into the very depths of the import
    • We would now ask: — ‘What is it that
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • evolution, and that great illumination which he brought to
    • indication that the most important causes and motives underlying
    • that may be consciously apprehended, and the results of which can
    • history; for we learn that those very impulses which move us to
    • In order that this truth which sheds so great a
    • to our spiritual vision, we need only recall the fact that
    • Christianity owes its foundation, for the most part, to that
    • nature of this external happening, it cannot be denied that the
    • true origin of Christianity is intimately connected with what
    • then took place in the soul and spirit of that great Apostle and
    • many other cases it can be proved that primary causes and
    • statements that are the result of the investigations of Spiritual
    • accept from the very first all that I propose to bring forward,
    • though my subject must of necessity be treated in a somewhat
    • mentioned, I would suggest that they look upon all that is said
    • concerning the authentic historical narrative that I am about to
    • which is a substratum of positive evidence; and I am certain that
    • required evidence, that all my statements will ultimately receive
    • What now has Spiritual Science to say concerning
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • only a slight study of spiritual life, that the subject chosen
    • widest circles, and we might add, that this desire for knowledge
    • A previous lecture that I gave some few weeks ago
    • and others of a similar nature, including those relative to that
    • matters connected with man’s origin, that as a matter of
    • research. On the other hand, it is just in this relation that we
    • and not merely to that which is external and physically
    • accord so marked between that current cosmic concept, which is so
    • that which science has been constrained to adopt, as in the case
    • fact that the questions involved belong to the greatest of all
    • period, or as one might say, was best suited to that section of
    • spiritual wisdom claimed by the Gnostics], that grand and mighty
    • concepts were formed with regard to that Being whom we term The
    • Christ. We find, however that the universal acceptance of these
    • short period as compared with that idea of The Christ which was,
    • times; but this very fact makes it the more interesting that we
    • higher wisdom, and various degrees of light and shade in that
    • momentous indeed in relation to that enlightenment which came
    • maintained that the Christ-Being was eternal, and not alone
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  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • he did, in order that he might devote himself to the consummation
    • that dread abyss in which, even yet, Nietzsche (the great apostle
    • the saviour and the helper; it was for them and for mankind that
    • No wonder that the hatred of the spiritual
    • mountain-high — for everywhere he brought that new animating,
    • future. He that would bring this life to humanity, must himself
    • renewed and never ceasing exhausting activity. He who takes that
    • the understanding of all that he purposed to present to the
    • world, under the title of Spiritual Science. That which he gave
    • it was also planned that part of these lectures should
    • factions so well organized, that it seemed as if preparations
    • German Theosophical Society, he did all that lay within his power
    • to win back for the name of Theosophy, that esteem and respect of
    • maturity of that body; and his endeavours in this direction were
    • clearly marked. It is a fact, that the burden thrust upon him due
    • that current of thought which urged humanity to call upon the
    • active power of the spirit, that through its aid it might strive
    • to overcome all that is material, and thus cause the physical
    • True Self’ (Ich-Prinzips), so deeply merged in all that is
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • list may possibly evoke amazement, and even be somewhat
    • What do our Scholars know of Theosophy?
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • In the spring of 1919 it was announced that a series
    • of lectures was to be held that would be suitable to the
    • in the Philharmonic Hall that he delivered his address on
    • further lectures to be delivered in Germany stated, that
    • Thus it was that all in a moment twenty-one years of
    • It was next decided that a number of lectures, which
    • greatest vigour; often asserting that ‘The word
    • which is spoken differs from that which is
    • elucidation of that which has been stated, while it
    • him a transcript containing words that he had uttered;
    • manuscripts of his lectures, and that was during the War:
    • manner saying, that it would be easier for him to
    • however, he gave way; and thus it is that many priceless
    • -- that sacrifice which Rudolf Steiner made, cost him his
    • that he paid that we might know, and follow, the true
    • disturbances on this occasion were due to the fact that
    • accepted. Hence came that bitter feeling of antagonism
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • different from, yet in addition to, what the previous five have
    • experience that Steiner is responsible for presenting is, the
    • self-consciousness requires that the human soul-force of the Will
    • be trained in freedeeds, so that the truly free, individual Self
    • This is a magnificent possibility that is both
    • Hierarchy; the Entity of Love incarnate on Earth and what this
    • Michael merely shows His way, so that man may follow it
    • To see and understand that this is so: this is
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • scientific method. The reader will find that this most
    • what is implied by the term Spiritual Science, and to know that
    • condition, which is unlike that of the customary mediumistic
    • maintain, what might be termed, conscious union with the latter
    • and that of mere sleep or ordinary trance. Throughout the whole
    • while conscious of that life which lies beyond man's normal
    • penetrate its secrets; that knowledge and wisdom which comes to
    • himself to that higher sphere of life in which they
    • Thus Steiner has shown that it is possible for
    • endeavour, so that all feeling, thinking, and willing, may be
    • power. Steiner felt that it was his mission and his duty, to



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