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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • successive period between rebirth and death human individuality
    • whole being at different periods of earthly progress. Casual
    • that we must look back over an extremely long period. According
    • have stated over and over again that the period ascribed to
    • the period of the founder of Persian religion so far back in
    • faculties have been acquired during later periods at the expense
    • period. His mission was to proclaim to his fellow men, in that
    • peoples among whom at a later period arose the poets of the
    • alone. But from that period on, in which the Greeks lived, that
    • period true spiritual knowledge was more profound than in our day
    • period, when we raise ourselves to a certain spiritual
    • infinite period time closes in upon itself as in a circle. This
    • period? The anatomist has discovered that there are twelve
    • Our present period is connected in a remarkable
    • period, always tending to promote greater and greater effort in
    • of Assyria and Babylonia, on down to the Egyptian period, and
    • that they would only require at a later period in their culture)
    • impress throughout all later cultural periods. Those among us who
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • a period at least 7,000 years before the beginning of the
    • successive periods of man’s development he gradually
    • continued active until a comparatively late period in Egyptian
    • especially by the older Egyptians. At a later period, those among
    • period, some other outstanding leader came to revive the ancient
    • Egyptians. They considered that at some future period its
    • During this period the Initiate gained complete knowledge of the
    • the date of the coming of flood periods, so that they might
    • Egyptians of that period to which we refer, that the influence of
    • computation]. If we calculate backwards over a period of three
    • with the passing of each great Sun-Period‘ [of 1,46o years,
    • Periods, to that glorious and distant past when our greatest
    • task was ended, there followed a period of decadence.
    • forces, which had lived on unchanged over a long period, had
    • From the study of the later periods of Egyptian
    • those first glorious blessings had waned, and a period of decline
    • glorious civilizations, which at some later period fell away from
    • more ancient the period to which we can look back, the more
    • first time in the Roman period’, specimens of which were
    • periods, carried by these by-gone peoples for the purpose of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • right on into our own period. When we examine his life, his
    • since that period in which Schopenhauer lived, the interest taken
    • period, for they could be quite definitely ascribed to specific
    • uniform and continuous, but as having taken place periodically
    • each period of decline was ended there arose a certain
    • renewed there arises periodically a new Buddha, and as we have
    • had, up to this period, seen only the fortunate and wealthy side
    • Buddha period, the attitude of individual man toward the
    • consideration varying mood during this period of decadence. If
    • at some later period be repeated, merely shows that he has not
    • real progress which mankind has made during its period of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • this period draws to a close, the nation’s work is done. It
    • natural disposition, corresponding to a former period may
    • endure and become active at a later period, the while the
    • period, or upon any special mission, for that wisdom which was
    • above all remember that mystical descriptions of every period
    • owing to its influence it became for a long period a dominating
    • ordained should, for a long period, supersede that ancient
    • manifest and bear fruit in some particular way at a later period,
    • people from that period which was ended to that which was to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • period in which he lived. Since, however, my lecture must of
    • period? To understand this we must go back in thought to those
    • nation was enduring the miseries caused by a period of dearth and
    • change or enfoldment, marked by an important period of
    • starvation, during that period. Thus it came about that Naboth
    • it is there related that for a considerable period during
    • later period. But soon after Elijah had chosen his successor the
    • roundabout course of the soul’s life during those periods
    • It is characteristic of that ancient period, that
    • period of famine the God-Jahveh appeared before him and [as
    • When we study the personality and period of the
    • present period. Never can we read the deep secrets of the life
    • his period, as it shines forth in our spiritual firmament, stands
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • every age, including the present period, the general conceptions
    • period, or as one might say, was best suited to that section of
    • short period as compared with that idea of The Christ which was,
    • realms while mankind undergoes his period of material evolution,
    • 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
    • at different periods, must at once admit that such concepts imply
    • to the investigations of our period, when we allude to Jesus of
    • Nazareth, we must speak of a Deity; but this same period and same
    • a long period, in order that the supreme spiritual leaders in the
    • periods in human evolution.
    • of Nazareth during a period of three years.
    • might almost say, that our present period has reached a point
    • period to which we have often referred, when his true being dwelt
    • became imperative, that at a certain definite period in earthly
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • periodically recur, even though the public could not be counted
    • It is during that period when, by slow degrees,
    • by the uninitiated, for these were suited to another period, and
    • period of three weeks, I translated from English into Italian the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Copernicus and His Period in the light of
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Michelangelo, and his period, from the standpoint of
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • every human being who understands himself in the present period
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • to certain outstanding periods in Spiritual History, epochs which
    • period of such limited separation, although the soul and Ego have

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