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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • surpassing the customary standard of human consciousness of their
    • so much above their normal level that he can pass out of this
    • some mystic way merge ourselves within and pass through all that
    • lusts and passions and all those experiences of the soul which
    • apprehension and cognition, in order that they might pass beyond
    • not to draw away from the material world, but to pass
    • perfection, so must he ever battle against his lower passions and
    • circumstanced; and we then know that with the passing of time,
    • grasp. Let us take as an example a circle; if we pass along the
    • the passage of the sun across the constellations of the Zodiac is
    • considered in this connection. First, when the passage of the sun
    • through which we might picture the passage of Angra Mainyus —
    • in summer, and differs with every passing sign of the Zodiac.
    • principal pairs of brain nerves, which pass from the brain into
    • Light of Brahma, he must meet with, and pass through, those
    • passions and desires which are induced by wild semi-human
    • the power of that great passion which overcame him, when, as the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • attempt to discover the manner of the passing of the planets
    • during the gradual course of evolution, mankind passed through
    • meanwhile passed into another world. The mission of Horos was to
    • minds passively to the result of our thought concepts, and
    • she may pass on the power of his radiance in the form of
    • passes not through the Gateway of Physical Dissolution, for
    • man has passed through the Portal of Death, and after certain
    • same as those which come about at the time of passing, differing
    • — Man must pass through the Portal of Death while he yet
    • association with the primary material media, must first pass down
    • regard his blood and his being externally, and pass into that
    • heard after thousands of years have passed, and how wonderfully
    • beneath his outer form must pass through the open door; for the
    • by the passage of the Sun and Moon; while in the case of other
    • learnt that the passage of the stars was in truth an expression
    • with the passing of each great Sun-Period‘ [of 1,46o years,
    • workers and of a degree of technical excellence unsurpassed by
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • law, as was then stated, during the gradual passing of time the
    • spiritual gift which had passed away, and was indeed
    • unexpectedly from time to time, during the passing of the ages.
    • which he could not as yet fully comprehend. He had passed through
    • from that life which is ours as we pass from reincarnation to
    • pass through many reincarnations, becoming ever more and more
    • has passed, and he no more desires to be reborn? We must
    • which I now possess. Such a change can alone come to pass when
    • will surely come to pass when he is so advanced that his whole
    • page after page, and review each life in turn that is passed, I
    • understanding. It implies that we pass from life to life, with
    • of this world must pass away, that which we have built up within
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • certain passage occurring in one part of the Bible owed its
    • origin to a different current of tradition to that of a passage
    • evolution. In such case, descriptions of outside events pass over
    • of certain passages which occur in the graphic delineation of
    • overpassed the appointed time when a new mission should be
    • community passed into other hands. The source out of which the
    • spheres he must pass through certain stages of soul development,
    • should, shortly after birth, pass through some material
    • an outer shell encompassed and enveloped by the old Egyptian
    • point and passes over to a description of soul-events. We do not
    • passive clairvoyant condition in the future evolution of
    • him when his soul passed into that same clairvoyant condition
    • passed. Henceforth, the race, if it should continue to live on,
    • connected with the ‘passing over’ by Moses and his
    • Passover, and this festival should constantly remind us that it
    • story of the passing of the Children of Israel through the Red
    • of an East Wind and ebbtide together with a channel-like passage,
    • they could no longer foretell what would come to pass. The power
    • cannot now make the passage.’ But that innate gift of
    • world. To compass this end necessitated yet another mission,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • enlightenment which came to him was passed on to mankind through
    • reign of Solomon was passed, and the kingdom of Palestine was
    • passing. They are merely symbols, such as may come during the
    • encounter. It was next ordained that [Naboth] should pass through
    • that may yet come to pass trust alone in that God Who doth create
    • So it came to pass that a great multitude of the
    • that soul which had passed through all those trials which we have
    • certainly compass his destruction.
    • Elijah-Naboth3 might pass on
    • replied: — ‘Never shall those things come to pass which
    • passage in the Bible (I Kings, xxi, 4), where it is written:
    • she contrived to compass his murder; as is related in the Bible
    • who have passed through the portals of death may at times act
    • where it says (II Kings, ii, 1): — ‘And it came to pass,
    • in which it is incarnated in the flesh, and passes from one
    • will enter in unto thee.’ And behold it came to pass that
    • ground before him.’ This passage points to the fact that
    • xvii, 2, 3, 4.) These things came to pass; and when the brook was
    • this passage), namely: — ‘I will do unto
    • prophets’; for the story tells us that she merely compassed
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • passed through similar mystical initiation, a species of
    • those ancient standards of human conduct which have been passed
    • most outstanding event that came to pass in Palestine, in
    • does the human soul belong.’ But when it came to pass that
    • life-centre, the Ego, born of that Spirit-World which passeth
    • Before that supreme act came to pass at Golgatha,
    • significance of the above passage as in any way conflicting with
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • commenced in a small hall, shortly however to pass on to one of
    • to pass through death's portal and onward to resurrection, finds,
    • spirit. It was in order that such things might come to pass
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Destiny, and The Passage of Life. Deliberations and
    • those very evils which have now come to pass. There had,
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • the latent powers of his soul and overcome all earthly passions
    • time passes, he will ever be regarded as one of those who has

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