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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • design of such nature that each age and each epoch presents in
    • they are preserved for us, seem so strange to our present age, we
    • present age.
    • present day exact methods of thought, our power of expression,
    • present era, and those glorious gifts to civilization which
    • task to present to a certain section of humanity, in an
    • they would continue as one; so that in our present cultural
    • riddles which present themselves to the thinking mind, that
    • with the Spirit-World, did not present these matters to his
    • tells him that whatever may be his present condition this
    • teachings the whole cosmos is represented as typical of a
    • In this present age it is most difficult to make
    • point; a conception which present-day man finds most difficult to
    • represented as a serpent eternally biting its own tail, and into
    • operative in the cosmos must be present in some manner within his
    • in our present age, but transformed into material terms, that
    • Again, the Izeds, who are present in the outer universe as a
    • Our present period is connected in a remarkable
    • present-day paltry notions — is once more voiced in the words of
    • coming from the representatives of other sciences, and judge for
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • namely, present-day man, although living in times of broader and
    • representing them as a regeneration, naturally differing as to
    • present intellectual consciousness, there existed a clairvoyant
    • such faculty to interpret the symbols presented in terms of those
    • the ancients, and our present-day objective conscious state. As
    • that when the old clairvoyant state was past, our present
    • represented as not wholly human; oft-times having a human body
    • dwells. In the legend Osiris, who is represented as a benefactor
    • saying that Osiris represents the Sun, and Isis the Moon, and so
    • his present material state, and bring him back once more to
    • It is possible for present-day humanity to bring
    • they harmonize with man’s present-day beliefs, even though
    • representing in powerful, albeit diminutive imagery, ancient
    • aboriginal races as representative of civilizations which have
    • Spiritual Science to bring forward and impress upon our present
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • conception of reincarnation, presented in a manner both lofty and
    • documents, represent as far as man is concerned, only a
    • state out of which our present intellectuality gradually evolved.
    • Just as present-day man is now convinced through
    • our present intellectual science has been attained.
    • solve the great ever-present mystery of existence which finds
    • be characterized other than by representing man as isolated in
    • represent decline, while development and evolution in earthly
    • that will suffice for the present, namely, that in connection
    • We must not believe that we have been led to our present
    • because of my present state, the fault lies with me
    • expected to use his present conscious power to such end that he
    • his present conscious-state and existing Ego, to a higher plane
    • reincarnation will present a wholly different aspect when
    • actual belief in rebirth which matters for the present, for with
    • thought, for while the Christian feels that his present existence
    • represented as a dove, which entered into His innermost
    • that decadence, symbolically represented as: — ‘The Fall
    • There is no doubt that the present sympathy and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • truly comprehend our present circumstances.
    • we are about to consider, the matter presents a wholly different
    • more vivid, more actually present, than that which is connected
    • even to the present time.
    • physical world are represented just as they took place in
    • represented as continuing from one definite place to another, and
    • representations, which although remaining similar in style and
    • strange method of representation deeply, we notice that when at
    • our faith in this singular style of representation; but just
    • presented, when the subject matter is of an especially profound
    • figurative representation in which the entire history of this
    • to that of our present-day intellectual consciousness.
    • to our present intellectual consciousness, which latter may be
    • episode of history, and presented it in the aspect which it
    • once again from the form in which they are presented, that they
    • form characteristics typical of the symbolic representation of
    • the greatest reserve, for in our present age mankind has no
    • Biblical descriptions which apparently represent external
    • happenings are presented solely for the purpose of drawing
    • not represent a unit, for the forces were manifold in nature,
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • humanity in olden times has endured even to the present day. The
    • to how far the matter presented will elucidate and provide new
    • same time to present an example of the manner in which
    • presented both in the lectures of this series and in others of
    • would require many hours for its complete presentation. To those
    • presentiments, but never to any marked extent, and they occurred
    • people, that we should presently gaze into the soul of that
    • might apprehend and interpret all that was yet to be presented to
    • he met a widow who had a son and he there saw represented, or
    • as merely a symbolical representation of the fact that [Naboth]
    • matters at the present time would, however, take us too far. It
    • In the Bible the position is so represented that
    • could not refuse to be present; and at this feast it was planned
    • understood by the initiated, were represented to the mass of the
    • this, when presenting the facts as obtained through Spiritual
    • present period. Never can we read the deep secrets of the life
    • that a multitude be present, but for this thing to happen it was
    • that it was Elijah-Naboth who was present on the Mount, and that
    • Jezebel was not present at Mount Carmel, because
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • every age, including the present period, the general conceptions
    • materialistic outlook of the present theory of evolution, which
    • representing in very imperfect and elementary manner an inner
    • have only to consider the spiritual life of the present
    • comprehension has continued even up to the present day.
    • the present time, for it is more essential that I now draw your
    • which have appeared in many and varied forms. For the present,
    • Spiritual Being. How, then, does present-day science regard The
    • spiritual factors are present, and these we must attribute to the
    • present state and assume a more perfect form of soul-being which
    • Christianity as Mystical Fact, I have presented a
    • present-day Spiritual Science, we look upon it that while the
    • figures there presented, as pictorial representations of things
    • It is the custom at the present time in
    • might almost say, that our present period has reached a point
    • as expert and judge of the world does not represent reality; for
    • from his present false ideas, risen to a higher standard of
    • does not represent the material world alone, for underlying all
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the understanding of all that he purposed to present to the
    • present day. It was Zarathustra who gave the initial impulse to
    • new ‘Turning-Point’, and its present task is to make
    • beyond the narrow limits of man's present intellectual powers,
    • presented by the Theosophical Society. These people approached
    • work at Bologna, the representative of the Anglo-Indian movement
    • order to take over the work of their retiring representative.
    • Schiller and the Present; those which followed
    • present philosophical outlook, [would he but apprehend
    • it was a delightful experience to be present when these
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • present-day humanity. The wide range of subjects covered by the
    • disconcerting; it nevertheless represents only a small part of
    • overflowing abundance of his knowledge -- presented always with
    • Past and Present.
    • its Present Significance.
    • The History of Man, Present and Future, in the
    • Present and Future Problems in Spiritual
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • present aims.
    • present Critical Times.
    • Anthroposophy in the Science and Life of the Present
    • those present. Quite delicate and subtle thoughts --
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • in 1911 and 1912, Rudolf Steiner presents key turning points in
    • Having spent a lifetime presenting these past
    • present. His crystal-clear statements as to the nature of the
    • present-day, different, spiritual condition of the human being
    • of the present and future human relation to the Christ, as
    • experience that Steiner is responsible for presenting is, the
    • I present the following words, selected from
    • present stage, man experiences the Thoughts in the physical body,
    • in perfect freedom. This distinguishes the present guidance by
    • the present task of man. For then he will find, with all the
    • every human being who understands himself in the present period
    • the human being in the present World-epoch is proved as an

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