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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • acknowledge that the claims of Grecian scholarship regarding the
    • period true spiritual knowledge was more profound than in our day
    • come when the world will gain yet another item of knowledge, for
    • knowledge that he could from the Egyptians concerning the methods
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • never grown up, and all your knowledge has been acquired through
    • centres of culture, when we accept that knowledge which Spiritual
    • that knowledge attained through modern Egyptian research, if
    • All knowledge obtained through visions was most
    • civilization and brings to the surface, to add to our knowledge
    • regarded by the Egyptians as a method through which knowledge
    • world — in other words, he must acquire knowledge of that
    • Isis-Mysteries was to acquire knowledge concerning his own blood;
    • During this period the Initiate gained complete knowledge of the
    • of the knowledge he acquired of his Sheath-Quality through his
    • Egyptians, who ascribed all this knowledge to the primordial
    • essential it was that there should be a certain pre-knowledge of
    • not merely that they were imbued with knowledge begotten of
    • less marked. In those days the people felt all knowledge to be
    • The greater part of our knowledge concerning
    • the knowledge and wisdom that was then vouchsafed had truly
    • in virtue of knowledge obtained through the medium of its special
    • soul. They shall acknowledge and discern in the ever recurrent
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • because a knowledge of the true character of the Buddhist
    • most complete knowledge of ancient works of art is to be sought
    • the fullness of time coupled with the knowledge that throughout
    • Buddhism that man must ever strive to obtain such knowledge and
    • prehistoric times, we gain much further knowledge; we then find
    • supersensible, he gained not knowledge alone but a feeling of
    • things, knowing full well that knowledge and guidance, born of
    • knowledge, however, because of man’s constant downward
    • has sunk so low, that the wisdom and the knowledge which this
    • ‘When we attain to knowledge and to wisdom, it comes about
    • possessed of much wisdom, and through his knowledge there may
    • his understanding. That knowledge which we gain from the repeated
    • a true understanding of affliction, nor acquire that knowledge
    • and all knowledge.’
    • knowledge and learning for the path which leads to deliverance
    • reincarnations. Mankind must find that path of knowledge which
    • Doctrine unless we compare them with the knowledge and experience
    • Science knowledge may be acquired concerning recurrent earth
    • Paul’s words, we find expressed that positive knowledge,
    • to that fuller knowledge which is now mine.’ It would be
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • knowledge, or sincere scientific endeavour, even when we include
    • knowledge of their alleged origin, is considered by those who
    • specific knowledge of a certain fundamental change in man’s
    • foundation stone of a true knowledge and understanding of the
    • When Moses had acquired all the knowledge and information
    • yet bear abundant fruit. That knowledge and understanding which
    • its fitting soil, and ripened, in the light of that knowledge
    • Anyone having the knowledge and discernment
    • lofty standard of knowledge and discernment which can only be
    • have symbolically portrayed all such knowledge and power as the
    • of its promptings. All that knowledge and enlightenment which was
    • entirely new manner, which was beyond the clairvoyant knowledge
    • the neighbourhood have been aroused. Anyone who has a knowledge
    • Such persons never realize that knowledge of this nature comes by
    • developed to a very high degree. They had no knowledge of our
    • led forth and guided to the Promised Land. The knowledge and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • righteous founder of the Christian Faith; and the knowledge and
    • have come to our knowledge through other sources.
    • knowledge of what was really taking place, and they alone knew
    • physical embodiment of the spirit of Elijah; now the knowledge
    • knowledge and understanding. He hungered because of an impulse
    • weakness of the times had become generally acknowledged among the
    • such great significance and moment. Then with enhanced knowledge
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • widest circles, and we might add, that this desire for knowledge
    • all that was regarded as Science and absolute knowledge, but
    • through repeated reincarnations, and through knowledge gained
    • act it would be merely guided by those having knowledge of the
    • a deeper knowledge of spiritual matters].’ But now he is
    • is indeed MAN. He who would gain knowledge of the fundamental
    • science will recognize and acknowledge that the concepts of the
    • and this new knowledge will be in complete accord with the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • upon due and proper consideration, he freely acknowledged the
    • of knowledge already prescribed and confined.
    • knowledge which has come to it from the East.
    • that decisive juncture, that divine source of knowledge and of
    • Christ-Mystery, of which he had both inner knowledge and
    • and acknowledge the divine spirit latent within his works
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • external investigation with the knowledge born of the spiritual
    • 'Spiritual Science' (the terms are synonymous) as 'Knowledge
    • penetrate its secrets; that knowledge and wisdom which comes to
    • knowledge and understanding, not alone of spiritual things, but
    • A Road to Self-Knowledge and The Way of
    • Knowledge of Higher Worlds; all are published by G. P.
    • he was ever ready to utilize the knowledge born of his spiritual

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