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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • refer to this matter, that in ancient times the development of
    • they had reference to an actual outer world. In olden days
    • ‘Unity’ underlying Ormuzd and Ahriman. With reference
    • cosmic streams to which reference has been made; they appeared to
    • reference to this great doctrine it is most significant that
    • also, at times, showed a preference for either the mystical or
    • which reference is found in ancient documents. These, however,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • and its symbolical manifestations had reference, not to our
    • methods to which we have previously referred, finds expression
    • this doctrine to which the sage referred when he spoke to Solon.)
    • with reference to the Sun and Moon, so were other heavenly bodies
    • Thinking. We have already referred to this matter in a previous
    • spiritual powers, reference was made to the movements and
    • symbolical reference to the light which emanates from the Sun and
    • Egyptians of that period to which we refer, that the influence of
    • service.’ Hence, with reference to the actual Creator of
    • some higher level. The actual quotation to which I have referred
    • reference has been made on page 123.
    • the craftsmen of to-day. In one case, when referring to an
    • spiritual civilizations of the dim grey past, so often referred
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • recurrent earth lives, to which concept we have often referred in
    • first connected with and referred back to that ancient wisdom
    • currents to which I have referred, may be expressed in the
    • have above referred, we can readily conceive that in India there
    • it is only necessary to refer to the main points. It states that
    • however, clearly understand that Christ’s reference to the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • with those other great personalities to whom I have referred. It
    • Whenever we refer to any matter connected with
    • procedure is however, not easy, especially with reference to the
    • particular personality to whom the story has reference. It then
    • external physical happenings — but refer only to the inner
    • psychic condition, to which we have already referred when
    • I have often referred to an interesting book,
    • have reference to actual outer happenings. All that we read
    • In connection with Moses, reference is made to seven such forces,
    • to our own time, and which it was his task to instil. We refer to
    • was for him the criterion [to which he referred his
    • development of the Hebrew people, when we refer to the book of
    • seven human soul-forces to which reference is here made, are
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • Science, and have reference to the personality and significance
    • with the Bible as a source, and such references will only occur
    • At the time to which I refer, a rumour had spread
    • the widest circles any reference to this mysterious being, or
    • which had always come upon him when reference was made to that
    • inheritance to which reference is here made was of quite another
    • waltzing [Herum-walzung]. This technical expression refers to the
    • The names, apparently referring to places which
    • the strength to go with me further’; [referring to the
    • and to influence, the soul. The method to which I refer is that
    • decision (I Kings, xviii, 19). I have previously referred to all
    • the vengeance of Jezebel?’ he is referring to the material
    • It was not merely physical death, to which Jezebel referred when
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • It is only necessary to refer to such works as
    • these venerable documents cannot be referring to those matters to
    • generally supposed they had reference. A special attempt was made
    • refer to Him as a God ‘; and again to this remarkable
    • we shall again refer to it at some future date.
    • perceptual. In these lectures I have many times referred to
    • I have shown in the book to which I have just referred) we find
    • descriptions have reference to that great outstanding historical
    • already referred, namely, ‘The Origin of
    • period to which we have often referred, when his true being dwelt
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • he made reference to that which was harmful and
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • nineteenth century, with reference to our Critical

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