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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • period. His mission was to proclaim to his fellow men, in that
    • which it was their mission to impress upon humanity in the form
    • finds expression in the transmission of the sun’s light
    • mission lies with the art of agriculture, and the promotion of
    • there rings forth the inner impulse of his mission, and we feel
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • The mission of the Egyptian peoples was of a very
    • meanwhile passed into another world. The mission of Horos was to
    • various civilizations whose mission has been to alter the trend
    • it was their divinely inspired mission to endow a yet clairvoyant
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • activity, or to a mission concerned with the world’s
    • of human evolution, and whose mission it was to enlighten mankind
    • question of his great Mission. The true object of his
    • special mission was assigned to each nation, race and tribe in
    • world; for the most varied missions were assigned to Nations and
    • Greeks, or Romans, had a definite mission to fulfil, and that
    • the nature of their mission from their individual
    • overpassed the appointed time when a new mission should be
    • mission in connection with the collective progress and
    • capable of formulating and undertaking a new mission. Hence it
    • mission itself was destined to assume a different
    • pertained to the growth and development of the Egyptian mission.
    • carry on the ancient Egyptian mission; he must evolve therefrom
    • whole history of mankind. The way in which the Moses Mission was
    • period, or upon any special mission, for that wisdom which was
    • culture and mission.
    • this association his mission was destined to receive a direct
    • soul-forces, nevertheless, his chief mission was to implant one
    • concerned with, and attracted to, its individual mission. It is
    • mission of the ancient Egyptian nation was to found a culture
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • the true nature and significance of Elijah’s mission, even
    • himself to the level of such a mission as we have
    • mission; he knew also that henceforth he must devote himself to
    • that mission which shall shine in upon mankind because of this
    • fulfil my mission in this physical world, should my death indeed
    • religious records, that Elijah-Naboth had a very special mission
    • and that his mission would be to turn the hearts of the people
    • successor. This mission we may look upon as being accomplished in
    • In the second stage of Elijah’s mission we
    • Elijah’s mission was fulfilled. In the lecture it states
    • mission. He must seek a successor, and that before Jezebel
    • I do that I may find a successor to fulfil my mission in this
    • states: ‘That Elijah-Naboth had a very special mission to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • development in the material plane, and it was his mission to show
    • to the following admission: — ‘It is impossible to confirm
  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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    • permission from the publishers except for
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • The Mission of Occult Science in our
    • The Mission of Spiritual Science,
    • The Mission of Wrath. (Prometheus in Bonds.)
    • The Mission of Truth. (Goethe's Pandora in the
    • The Mission of Devotion.
    • The Mission of Art. (Homer, Aeschylos, Dante,
    • The Mission of Raphael in the light of Spiritual
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Mission of Folk Souls, which lecture Prince
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • processes of the Cosmos. In contemplating the mission of Michael
    • given of the Mission of Michael, the cosmic foundations of the
    • Cosmic Mission]
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • power. Steiner felt that it was his mission and his duty, to
    • accomplished a great and glorious mission.

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