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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • part of the world later known as the Persian Empire, those grand
    • intelligible manner, a particular world aspect; while on the
    • people of any particular race, through one of these methods
    • the all-embracing hidden spiritual part of the sun, The Great
    • part is merged in that of the whole cosmos, and that he has
    • underlying all that was in the perceptual world, particularly in
    • part of the Zodiac traversed by Ahura Mazdao in the daytime, or
    • much that is a counterpart of those forces which permeate and
    • the body. These are the physical counterparts, as it were, of the
    • associated, the outer world plays an important part, this is also
    • so ugly a part in our time, when any endeavour is made to deepen
    • its spiritual counterpart is Truth. Here is a definite statement
    • part during our meditations, so long do we keep within us, an
    • he had something to impart to humanity, which would leave its
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • moment. This is found to be particularly the case when we
    • Christian era. Here, then, is one reason why this particular
    • Now, dreams are for the most part chaotic in
    • veneration of animals appears to us as a most enigmatic part of
    • various parts of the land, and in these places temples were
    • abstract notions, particularly the mathematical concepts of
    • man’s spiritual counterpart; there the Osiris-Element lies
    • let the blood-stream flow into a part of the system, that which
    • upon the earth a counterpart of that which exists in the
    • brought about in the course of any particular year. In those
    • knew that the Sun would shortly enter that part of the Zodiac
    • might expect; and the movements of Sirius formed part of their
    • as of movements among the parts of some mighty cosmic clock. In
    • particular moment the sum of the annual differences would be
    • teacher, his disciples, and his successors, imparted to us the
    • a certain religious quality and mood, particularly noticeable in
    • The greater part of our knowledge concerning
    • conditions. In reality it was only after the impulse imparted by
    • throughout all cultural activity in which we now play our part.
    • particular polychrome sculpture, while characteristic of the work
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • well-established and essential part of their preconceived ideas
    • the brain, so that they shall be connected with and become a part
    • before, but I must lay particular stress upon it once again. We
    • culture which we must regard as being in the departing radiance
    • life, but something quite apart and distinctive in
    • earthly life, and in which wisdom has no part. He held that
    • existence, where wisdom has no part. It was this thought which
    • throughout the world, we can characterize one particular
    • Christian trend of thought as follows: — From that part of the
    • active in a not so very distant past, when they played a part in
    • had my part, I could even now look beyond this perceptual
    • apart, said: — ‘Destroy this temple, and in three days I
    • part in the collective evolution of humanity. It is entirely
    • interest evinced with regard to Buddhism is due, in part, to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • feel that our whole soul life plays a part in the collective
    • Bible was dissected and split up, particularly in the case of the
    • certain passage occurring in one part of the Bible owed its
    • in another part. Also, that during the course of time the whole
    • Old Testament, and is particularly difficult in regard to those
    • depicted in the latter part of the narrative in the same light as
    • reality, however, the latter part of such an account may be
    • particular personality to whom the story has reference. It then
    • particularly will this be the case with regard to those sections
    • clairvoyant soul-state. We have thus characterized a particular
    • persist. In such a case this particular nation has, as it were,
    • that of a personality not directly dependent upon any particular
    • his to impart to humanity. We regard him as one whose soul must
    • developed, knows that this particular style is always indicative
    • powers of the cosmos might unceasingly play their several parts.
    • plays its part in the theatre of the soul’s totality.
    • particular soul-influence in the form of an impulse deeply and
    • portrayed took place, a particular soul was undergoing some
    • manifest and bear fruit in some particular way at a later period,
    • soul-life, but mankind cannot be so aware of this particular
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • be recognized externally as forming a part of life’s
    • Christianity owes its foundation, for the most part, to that
    • particular human personality in whom the Spirit that was to
    • impart the primary impulse was incarnated, or embodied — that
    • the most part, isolated and alone. In olden days, however, there
    • she had thus acquired she did not impart to Ahab, she kept it to
    • apparent later. In the Bible this particular character [upon
    • experience that may come upon me. Thus shall I know how to impart
    • advanced, that the particular personality in question may
    • experience which was, however, only in part a vision. But because
    • him as if his personality went to live in the upper part of the
    • would lead to any communication or influence being imparted to
    • hands and other parts of the body are cut with knives until the
    • that at one time he gave himself up to a particular form of
    • of definite and effective action. For it was not this particular
    • the most part, so far sunk in materialism that there was danger,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • has taken, has ever been such as was best adapted to a particular
    • within a material covering in order that he might take part in
    • That particular period which we call The Birth of
    • particular period from which we now reckon our time.
    • exceptional spiritual maturity that at a particular period
    • Divine Being, Who up to that moment had had no part in the actual
    • definitely that we must not consider a particular man [Jesus of
    • most part regards the old gnostical conception, as outlined,
    • and played their respective parts in man’s evolution, in
    • kind of detail respecting this particular trend of thought; but
    • which, during the greater part of the nineteenth century, it was
    • self-same influence which played its part in the spiritual
    • that particular form of development through which the soul is
    • can live in the Spirit-World, even as the human counterpart lives
    • which were a part of the rites performed in the Sanctuaries of
    • take part in the life of the spiritual realms; and in the
    • the time of their participation in the secret rites. If we would
    • all, had truly fitted themselves to take part in the dark
    • countless aspirants had taken part in the sacred rites, they had
    • personality, a part of the ancient Hebrew race, I look back upon
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  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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    • Steiner (part 1)
    • Steiner (part 2)
    • Steiner (part 3)
    • (The first four lectures are part of GA 60 and the
    • last two lectures are also part of GA 61)
  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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    • reserved. No part of this book may be
    • has been made possible, in part, through the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • Introduction (part 1)
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    • way, ever imparting spiritual enlightenment.
    • it was also planned that part of these lectures should
    • War Department, and then the lectures had to be held, partly in
    • the ‘Scharwenka-Saal’, and partly in the
    • member of the cosmos — a part of the whole, and yet
    • — and at this point lay the parting of their ways
    • Party. [Ed.]
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Introduction (part 2)
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    • disconcerting; it nevertheless represents only a small part of
    • Steiner  -- a small part, indeed, in relation to the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Introduction (part 3)
    • (part 3)
    • particularly when related to occult truths -- often
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • human Spiritual-Soul. This particular experience of
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • which appear in this volume, formed part of a series of
    • the departed, he is enabled to commune with them, not as does the

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