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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • evolution of the human race, that in no case can any one quality
    • people of any particular race, through one of these methods
    • of that epoch marked by the life of the Grecian race, these two
    • fact was regarded as a sign traced in the heavens indicating in
    • and temptation, so do we find also the trace of other spiritual
    • then it should be possible to trace and recognize their action to
    • may be traced back, and shown to have its origin in that Great
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • investigations have found traces of certain things, clearly
    • the evolution of the ancient races, and of a surety say: — Those
    • the Egyptian race. It was ordained that these olden peoples
    • other animals by this ancient race was most singular, and went to
    • aboriginal races as representative of civilizations which have
    • Man has long believed that if we trace
    • traces of a highly spiritual primeval civilization, whose culture
    • strata. Traces of eight superimposed cities were revealed, and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • works, and his intellectuality, we find no trace of the Buddhist
    • fact, becoming more and more clear that the prehistoric races had
    • happenings of such a nature that the human race, to which I
    • he is historically united with the whole human race, and while he
    • extends to the entire human race with which we feel ourselves so
    • The traces of my days on earth.’
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • ancient race becomes a sort of symbolical account of the
    • special mission was assigned to each nation, race and tribe in
    • all races, be they Ancient Indians, Persians, Babylonians,
    • this or that race certain peculiarities of temperament, or
    • evolution and development of the human race. Beings who stand
    • clairvoyant consciousness in the human race yet to come. I have
    • throughout the human race.
    • passed. Henceforth, the race, if it should continue to live on,
    • The Hebrew race was by nature thoroughly adapted
    • of the race would continue to flow vigorously throughout future
    • isolated and as a separate race they must develop through
    • differs radically, nevertheless, we can clearly trace a definite
    • embrace the new order of intellectual development.
    • full measure of a content that shall once again embrace the
    • characteristics of the Jewish race.
    • When we regard the development of the human race
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • external occurrences, for their inception may oft-times be traced
    • Hebrew race. It was well known that in truth the religion of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Science, which traces man’s origin back to spiritual forms,
    • beginning has been traced to external animal forms. Spiritual
    • Ego-centre; even as the spirit of the old Hebrew race spoke to
    • personality, a part of the ancient Hebrew race, I look back upon
    • members of the old Hebrew race felt that they were united and at
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • The Elements of Theosophy. (The Human Races.)
    • Paracelsus.
    • Paracelsus and Goethe.



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