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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • persists. When we study the evolution of mankind in the light of
    • we know that the varied influences which act upon mankind are
    • many such Spiritual Beings who have acted as guides to mankind,
    • personality as Zarathustra, whose gifts to mankind, as far as
    • condition of mankind will vary considerably from its normal state
    • in olden times mankind obtained a clear inner vision of the
    • of the old clairvoyant consciousness, and it is now for mankind
    • which, as already stated, he recognized twelve different kinds.
    • influencing mankind from without. Ormuzd being the source of
    • universe which leads mankind to the earnest belief that through
    • gave to mankind a great fervour, which found expression when he
    • should enable mankind to achieve a sweeping victory. This
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • activities of mankind, will find in these strange stories a
    • during the gradual course of evolution, mankind passed through
    • mankind.] And we have learnt that it was to this end that this
    • possible for mankind to look upon a Spirit-World; to question
    • flow and influence mankind.
    • spiritual essence in all mankind which did not emanate from that
    • thoughts, concepts and ideas of mankind — it was this influence
    • influence would bring mankind back to that state which he enjoyed
    • its profound purpose is to lead mankind, step by step, away from
    • call to seek the Isis-Forces, that mankind might, through their
    • which persisted in the souls of mankind. Ay! and more than that
    • taught mankind the principles of Agriculture, Geometry and
    • mankind during the activities and experiences of earth life,
    • taken place throughout the evolution of mankind among all those
    • not only mankind, but also beings from the higher spiritual
    • methods, that the primitive states of mankind are in truth
    • life gave to mankind those first most potent and uplifting
    • mankind — the very thought of whom engenders a feeling of
    • impulses which come as an upward urge to mankind the workings of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • of Mankind, which is regarded as the most matured and mellow
    • of the human soul, and in which mankind assumed a state between
    • superperceptual creations and events. Mankind had in connection
    • phenomena connected with the history of mankind, and which are
    • primordial condition of mankind, but is in reality an example of
    • mankind was truly in contact with the spirit realms in virtue of
    • mankind looked back in meditation, pondering over that great
    • mankind to regard the world as having fallen from a spiritual
    • fall. The advent of the Buddhas was a sign that mankind shall not
    • whereby mankind might be led away from all this restlessness in
    • the wide expanse of the cosmos, which can awaken in mankind a
    • reincarnations. Mankind must find that path of knowledge which
    • evolution of humanity in general was of quite another kind.
    • standard, but is so far fallen that mankind has come into another
    • transgression committed by mankind.
    • in the world. According to the Buddhist, mankind has lapsed from
    • of Mankind. These words imply that if we employ the
    • hand, looks upon himself, and mankind in general, as responsible
    • form during the further development of mankind.
    • grasped the true essence of the historical evolution of mankind.
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • of mankind for thousands of years.
    • of human evolution, and whose mission it was to enlighten mankind
    • its kind. Laistner draws attention to the fact that certain myths
    • mankind.
    • the evolution of mankind implies, then we must take into
    • characteristics. The whole evolution of mankind proceeds in such
    • whole history of mankind. The way in which the Moses Mission was
    • deep down into the evolution of mankind, so that man may be
    • mankind. We might well indicate this concept by developing a
    • withhold their innermost nature from the apprehension of mankind,
    • the greatest reserve, for in our present age mankind has no
    • mankind to unfold and develop those soul-forces which it was
    • already stated how, in the future of mankind, the clairvoyant
    • remarkable fact, namely, that later generations of mankind were
    • which came the great impulse he gave to mankind. That primal
    • soul-life, but mankind cannot be so aware of this particular
    • relative to the evolution of mankind, but which is only to be
    • Nature — a kind of intuition — whereby the ancients were
    • what kind of weather was in store. If we conceive faculties of
    • relative to the practical conduct of life. In olden times mankind
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • mankind; but, nevertheless, this significant figure appears
    • enlightenment which came to him was passed on to mankind through
    • to the hearts and souls of mankind.
    • facts connected with the growth and development of mankind, which
    • noble. While we look upon Jezebel as a kind of clairvoyante, we
    • apprehension, and a kind of dread overcame him whenever mention
    • the evolution and the history of mankind.
    • it was a sign that He was rewarding mankind and showering
    • treated mankind, for there was a terrible famine in the land. If,
    • Jahveh-concept implies that mankind shall at all times gaze
    • change shall be brought about in the concepts of mankind, as was
    • mankind. The manner in which the seed thus laid finds befitting
    • powers as yet unknown to mankind, and unguessed at even by the
    • life’s happenings be set against such trust. Mankind must
    • who feedeth mankind and thee also will of a surety provide that
    • that mission which shall shine in upon mankind because of this
    • the exercise of any kind of magic.
    • his teachings, and exert its influence upon mankind. Thus it came
    • all that he had to bestow upon mankind — this personality was
    • what she really desired was to induce her lord to take some kind
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • earth’s evolution, mankind, starting from a purely
    • region in which mankind hovered before he had assumed his
    • mankind was destined to undergo a process of continued
    • realms while mankind undergoes his period of material evolution,
    • the evolution of mankind upon Earth. It was regarded as that
    • If we imagine an experience of the above kind as
    • Christ there had come to mankind something in the nature of a new
    • especially difficult for mankind in these modern times to realize
    • circumstances connected with the progress of mankind during the
    • life.’ Thus it is that even in our time mankind for the
    • approaching mankind with divine tenderness and love; a theme
    • conceived as lying beyond our sense-perception in a kind of world
    • that mankind was always prone to direct and confine his powers of
    • of development led mankind to a point where, as one might say,
    • the Divine inner nature of mankind — but even so, to be
    • kind of detail respecting this particular trend of thought; but
    • the Biblical records, those Christian documents wherein mankind
    • concept which insinuated itself into the history of mankind, and
    • is to be regarded not as a reality, but as a kind of imaginary
    • to show that the history of mankind — World History — is not
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • of a momentous forward movement, destined to lead mankind to a
    • the saviour and the helper; it was for them and for mankind that
    • ‘Turning-Point’. Mankind with its eyes upon modernity
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Mankind's spiritual development. His objective, to show how
    • brought into mankind with respect to the Christ-Being, the
    • "In the evolution of mankind consciousness
    • which mankind descended, stage by stage in the evolution of the
    • of mankind's evolution. No one can say, `Freedom is not,' unless
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • development of mankind, and to throw the light of Spiritual
    • mankind, even in these modern times, to have more than a mere
    • the development of mankind.



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