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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • understood concept, it is maintained that human individuality is
    • constrained to manifest again and again in a single personality,
    • has been previously pointed out that many and diverse questions
    • fact that the span of man’s life on earth is destined to
    • recur, not once only, but many times, and that during each
    • successive period between rebirth and death human individuality
    • persists. When we study the evolution of mankind in the light of
    • some fashion a different content, and we realize that human
    • we know that the varied influences which act upon mankind are
    • during the course of human development. A condition which is only
    • possible because man, with all that comprises his being, is
    • humanity.
    • many such Spiritual Beings who have acted as guides to mankind,
    • connected with this subject. The first human individuality to
    • personality as Zarathustra, whose gifts to mankind, as far as
    • at once realize how great is the dissimilarity in man’s
    • very beginning humanity has always had the same ideas concerning
    • teachings of Spiritual Science that during man’s
    • regards the life of the human soul, the nature of human
    • that man’s consciousness was very differently constituted
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • follow the gradual development of man’s spirit, from epoch
    • namely, present-day man, although living in times of broader and
    • and mysterious manner, connected with his very aims and
    • It is indeed significant that a man of such
    • attempt to discover the manner of the passing of the planets
    • your own human observation and senses; you have neither
    • successive periods of man’s development he gradually
    • intellect, did not always exist. Deep down, underlying all human
    • disposition of man’s soul. It follows, that we can only
    • by slumber. Hence, the primeval consciousness of prehistoric man
    • and its symbolical manifestations had reference, not to our
    • of primitive man, as well as that acquired to-day through those
    • activities of mankind, will find in these strange stories a
    • during the gradual course of evolution, mankind passed through
    • many transitionary stages between that of the consciousness of
    • higher realms were slowly closed, so that the pictures manifested
    • in so far as humanity in general was concerned, and man’s
    • mankind.] And we have learnt that it was to this end that this
    • through this gift man was enabled to behold the spiritual realms.
    • possible for mankind to look upon a Spirit-World; to question
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • interesting to all who follow the course of human evolution,
    • religion, or perhaps more correctly, the longing felt by many for
    • Great Buddha, which have found their way into the course of human
    • conception of reincarnation, presented in a manner both lofty and
    • of Mankind, which is regarded as the most matured and mellow
    • human existence there is ever an inner voice, which in actual
    • Buddhism that man must ever strive to obtain such knowledge and
    • law in human evolution which we met with when we were considering
    • whole condition and character of man’s soul changed, while
    • documents, represent as far as man is concerned, only a
    • comparatively late phase in the evolution of humanity. If,
    • that a certain condition of soul was common to primitive man,
    • whereby the normal state of human consciousness was quite other
    • consciousness, which leads to the manner in which, during the
    • course of our normal human life, we now regard all things around
    • of the human soul, and in which mankind assumed a state between
    • superperceptual creations and events. Mankind had in connection
    • dream-like clairvoyance, prehistoric man could gaze far into the
    • Just as present-day man is now convinced through
    • universe, so was prehistoric man confident that his soul and
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • facts which are of interest to us as human beings, because we
    • evolution of humanity. It is only when we look back to those
    • workings of those impulses which emanated from this great
    • which arise, because of the manner in which the Bible tradition
    • There is scarcely a single branch of human
    • scholarly manner, in order that it might be understood. Hence, in
    • of mankind for thousands of years.
    • manner in which they actually occurred, as viewed from the
    • with many of the graphic narratives found in the Bible; more
    • interpretations being much too liberal in many cases.
    • of human evolution, and whose mission it was to enlighten mankind
    • specific knowledge of a certain fundamental change in man’s
    • of evolution the soul-life of man has gradually undergone a
    • times the soul of man was so constituted that during certain
    • manifested as pictures or visions; and it is these visions that
    • in many cases have been perpetuated in the form of mythological
    • a by-gone condition of human consciousness in which man could
    • mankind.
    • manner in which Bible narratives are expressed. It appears that a
    • connection with the evolution and development of man; and that
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • most resplendent stars in the firmament of man’s spiritual
    • humanity in olden times has endured even to the present day. The
    • mankind; but, nevertheless, this significant figure appears
    • man’s evolution are not merely dependent upon those ideas
    • enlightenment which came to him was passed on to mankind through
    • many other cases it can be proved that primary causes and
    • enfoldment of human existence, cannot be identified with normal
    • to the hearts and souls of mankind.
    • evidence concerning the progress of man’s historical
    • same time to present an example of the manner in which
    • facts connected with the growth and development of mankind, which
    • attention to the manner in which they are depicted in the ancient
    • sketchy manner, because an exposition involving detailed proofs
    • would require many hours for its complete presentation. To those
    • enduring many and varied forms of privation. We must recall the
    • attribute of man in primeval times had by no means entirely
    • must regard King Ahab as a man who only under exceptional
    • olden times such manifestations were much more in evidence and
    • with human destiny.
    • But no man knew rightly, or had indeed any idea, in what way this
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • The Origin of Man’,
    • The Origin of Man
    • matters connected with man’s origin, that as a matter of
    • Science, which traces man’s origin back to spiritual forms,
    • Christ-Movement into the world’s history, man’s power
    • humanity which was occupied with such thoughts.
    • beneath a mantle of gnostic notions; such an assertion could only
    • In many ways the concepts of the Spiritual
    • are many different points of view in connection with this by-gone
    • humanity, but with the surrounding world of the cosmos taken in
    • Man we found that we were taken back to a form of humanity which
    • earth’s evolution, mankind, starting from a purely
    • denser form which we now call man; and that owing to the
    • merely follows man’s earthly history backwards, his
    • region in which mankind hovered before he had assumed his
    • gnostic point of view, that when man had so far developed as to
    • companion of man or ‘alter ego’, in the form of an
    • mankind was destined to undergo a process of continued
    • realms while mankind undergoes his period of material evolution,
    • so that during the whole time of man’s earthly history, the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • gifted and talented man of his time; one who shunned every mark
    • of a momentous forward movement, destined to lead mankind to a
    • the impulse given to thought and will, enable humanity to span
    • the saviour and the helper; it was for them and for mankind that
    • bold courageous upward sweep in the path of human
    • mental structure, to conform with the demands and claims arising
    • despots of our time, tyrants in many and varied ways, was piled
    • future. He that would bring this life to humanity, must himself
    • an hostile, or an aid-imploring clinging humanity, always in
    • in less detailed and isolated lectures in other towns in Germany,
    • last year of the War, the Architektenhaus was commandeered by the
    • German Theosophical Society, he did all that lay within his power
    • were condemned by many friends. Rudolf Steiner shouldered every
    • and took no heed of the cold indifference of humanity.
    • to March, 1902, he spoke concerning German Spiritual Life in
    • evolution of man's spiritual life from the oldest times to the
    • that current of thought which urged humanity to call upon the
    • allotted to German patriotism in the totality of human spiritual
    • pointed to the hidden choked up stream of German spiritual life,
    • Nietzsche's — ‘Extirpation of the Spirit from Germany, in
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • present-day humanity. The wide range of subjects covered by the
    • the highest artistic elegance before many exclusive and
    • Man.)
    • The Elements of Theosophy. (The Human Races.)
    • Karma, as the Key to the Riddle of Man.)
    • Germanic and Indian Secret Doctrines.
    • German Theosophists from the beginning of the
    • The Life of Man and Spiritual Science.
    • The Descent of Man.
    • Man and Woman in the light of Spiritual
    • The Man, The Woman and The Child in the light of
    • Invisible Components of Man's Nature and
    • The Secret of Man's Temperament.
    • Human Character (continuation of
    • Positive and Negative Man.
    • The Aptitude, Talents and Education of Man.
    • Man's Relation to the Superperceptual
    • The Origin of Man in the light of Spiritual
    • The History of Man, Present and Future, in the
    • The Death of Man, Animals and Plants.
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Moral Foundations of Human Life.
    • Critical Times, and German Culture.
    • The Soul of Man in Life and Death in the light of
    • The German (Germanische) Soul, and the German
    • The Enduring and Creative Power of the German
    • The Mortal Element in Man.
    • The Rejuvenating Power of the German Folk
    • The Mortal Element in Man.
    • German Idealism.
    • The Cosmic Conception of German Idealism with
    • Goethe and the Cosmic Conception of German
    • The Eternal Forces of the Human Soul.
    • The Human Soul and Spirit.
    • through German Spiritual Life.
    • trend of German thought.
    • The Evolution of the German Soul.
    • The Body and Soul of Man in Nature, and Spiritual
    • German Spiritual Life.
    • Man as a Being of Spirit and Soul.
    • The Body, Soul, and Spirit of Man.
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  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Mankind's spiritual development. His objective, to show how
    • evolving human consciousness can lead to the experience of the
    • Self as the spiritual essence of the human being, is clearly
    • brought into the human condition on Earth an added, different
    • awareness of the relation between the human Spirit-Self and its
    • experiences of the human Spirit-Self on its spiritual journey
    • present-day, different, spiritual condition of the human being
    • of the present and future human relation to the Christ, as
    • brought into mankind with respect to the Christ-Being, the
    • central figure in Human Beingness.
    • The specific, unique, necessary, new, human
    • spiritual foundation of human destiny and the human laws of
    • human Spiritual-Soul. This particular experience of
    • self-consciousness requires that the human soul-force of the Will
    • necessary and doable. Each human being, because of Steiner's
    • independent, self-conscious, human, Spiritual Being; the Tenth
    • "In the evolution of mankind consciousness
    • earliest stage in consciousness when man experienced the Thoughts
    • the etheric body; here they only manifest an inner quickness,
    • present stage, man experiences the Thoughts in the physical body,
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  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • The six lectures, translated from the German,
    • development of mankind, and to throw the light of Spiritual
    • and brings a great illumination to bear upon many obscure points
    • produced by the higher self in man'. The word Anthroposophy is
    • derived from the Greek -- ànthrôpos, man, and
    • it is possible for man, if he will but of his own effort raise
    • trance familiar to spiritualists, man finds himself in actual
    • while conscious of that life which lies beyond man's normal
    • this condition has been attained, man finds himself in a new
    • enlightenment to aid and to benefit humanity. During such time as
    • the Ego is directly associated with the spirit realms, man
    • mankind, even in these modern times, to have more than a mere
    • man's life in the material world. But the power and the quality
    • of man's inner being through the uplifting of the soul --
    • soul may be raised, and man's Ego truly enter upon and apprehend
    • strengthen and harmonize the three principal components of man's
    • experiences for the benefit of humanity, by giving a new impulse
    • the development of mankind.



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