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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • distant past.
    • forces of modern culture did not exist in the remote past. Such
    • personalities of the past who were exalted and had direct contact
    • Light-Realms of Ormuzd; but if we turn our eyes upon the past, we
    • into the future and that into the past each lead to the same
    • future, in the other into the past, and when we consider an
    • into the remote past. Zaruana Akarana is that bright band of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • from the dark shadows of the past. Hence it is that the study of
    • past, in order to throw light upon later Egyptian culture;
    • souls of men in that now long distant past.
    • that when the old clairvoyant state was past, our present
    • which would enable them to look back into the misty past; when
    • clairvoyant power in the remote past.
    • past, before I came to this state, I lived wholly in a spiritual
    • mental process when we picture the Egyptian past, and are mindful
    • experiences of seers belonging to the remote past. Further, they
    • golden age — to the holy past; now they are overcome by those
    • while they looked back into that dim grey past, when first they
    • Periods, to that glorious and distant past when our greatest
    • The graphic descriptions of the past tell us that
    • past when all earthly things were begotten of divine
    • that if we peer into the past, then, at the beginning of human
    • history, has reached back into the remote past, and there found
    • of the remote past, who seem to us the more transcendent, because
    • feet relics of the dim past were unearthed in clearly marked
    • spiritual civilizations of the dim grey past, so often referred
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • clung to memories of the past, and to their fading psychic power,
    • there was no dreaming of the past, but an urge to gaze resolutely
    • Indian thought ever harked back to that dim past
    • union with the world as a whole, both in the past and in the
    • into the distant past when the human soul was differently
    • active in a not so very distant past, when they played a part in
    • veiled. Veiled, because in the past we have been associated with
    • looks back to a single past event which is described as — The
    • in the past and it is likely that it will again reappear in the
    • voice called into the past and brought back into this earthly
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • individualities of the past, such as those who have already
    • been conducted by science during the past ten years and more,
    • All this investigation of the past hundred years
    • evolved out of the past evolution of the Egyptian people is even
    • position as in the past when a decision must be made. In by-gone
    • from the past, so that they may bring forth goodly fruits in the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • not, — from that meal which remaineth, prepare the repast which
    • there are some graphic portrayals relative to the dim past which
    • place in the dim and distant past.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • of the past; for in these very fables we find depicted many of
    • the mystic rites performed in that now remote grey past. But when
    • the past that they could of themselves and of their own efforts
    • mysteries of the past, to take its place in that grand design so
    • in the past by the powers of the Spirit-World. It will be
    • he has power to look back into the grey mists of the past, to a
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Having spent a lifetime presenting these past

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