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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • When we regard the whole evolutionary process as
    • regards the life of the human soul, the nature of human
    • acknowledge that the claims of Grecian scholarship regarding the
    • our logic, all that we regard as the most important driving
    • Regarding the circumstances connected with these curious
    • of the Indian mystics regarded this earth upon which we live as
    • (which we are inclined to regard as so amazingly enlightened!)
    • hand, all that comes to us when we regard our physical sense
    • less moment. He further stated that the sun, regarded purely from
    • ‘When you regard man, you must realize that he does not
    • worshipped, and regarded as a ‘Living Unity’, that
    • evolution; this we must regard as of such nature, that all beings
    • Here, with regard to time, we look in one direction into the
    • fact was regarded as a sign traced in the heavens indicating in
    • We have stated that Zarathustra regarded Ormuzd
    • Zarathustra regarded the changing aspects of the sun in
    • six on that of Ahriman. These are regarded as typical of good or
    • dispositions in the material world, and are regarded as that
    • According to its concepts, Ormuzd and Ahriman are regarded as
    • human head was regarded by Zarathustra’s followers as a
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • regarding which most important documents are extant. Such
    • regard to the whole meaning and nature of their
    • of what the Egyptians themselves felt regarding their culture,
    • should be regarded as an intermediate condition now only faintly
    • special nature. All that we know regarding ancient times, even
    • Spiritual Science regarding the allotted task and true purpose of
    • regarded as true and characteristic cosmic mystics.
    • legends have come down to us regarding this world of the
    • the souls of those olden peoples? What had they to say regarding
    • regarding certain laws which govern spiritual life, and are set
    • A legend such as this must not be regarded simply
    • primordial forces underlying human evolution were regarded as
    • regarded as a Male, or Father-Principle, and that therefore the
    • Egyptians, and it was thus that they regarded Osiris and
    • be apprehended and expressed in perceptual terms if regarded as
    • In the same way as Osiris and Isis were regarded
    • regarding a higher spiritual world of the existence of which they
    • and sentiments such as we have described regarding the
    • realms of the spirit. In their souls, the Egyptians regarded this
    • regarded by the Egyptians as a method through which knowledge
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • unwarranted when we have regard to the essential character of the
    • regarding Buddhism. But on the other hand it must be said, even
    • as may be within our power. Hence, we must regard as the
    • of Mankind, which is regarded as the most matured and mellow
    • believer in the Doctrine of Reincarnation. With regard to this
    • that the idea of reincarnation, both with regard to Spiritual
    • regarding which we obtain information from external historical
    • course of our normal human life, we now regard all things around
    • extremely exalted theoretical conceptions regarding the
    • formed regarding the probable future of man’s evolution,
    • regarding the external perceptual world, there should arise two
    • when we regard it in the light of all this retrospection
    • the light of the Buddha-mood, when regarded as already
    • mankind to regard the world as having fallen from a spiritual
    • So that Indian philosophy does not regard man’s fall as
    • culture which we must regard as being in the departing radiance
    • to his twenty-ninth year, was not regarded as a Buddha, but as a
    • and is exalted to Buddhahood, regards all experiences, such as
    • regarded these happenings, as viewed from the stand-point of
    • and assertions regarding that glorious region where humanity must
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • With regard to Moses, however, whose personality
    • indeed has been altered with regard to the general impression
    • Old Testament, and is particularly difficult in regard to those
    • Spiritual Science has to say regarding the peculiar nature of
    • character, have absolutely no significance with regard to
    • particularly will this be the case with regard to those sections
    • the Sphinx is regarded as one of the most important works of
    • Ancient Mythologies. We ( annot, however, regard Myths and
    • his to impart to humanity. We regard him as one whose soul must
    • Egypt, may be regarded as an actual account of mundane events. As
    • these days there is much doubt and incredulity regarding the
    • clairvoyance, other views prevailed regarding the nature of the
    • influence of his gift for clairvoyant vision, regarded the soul
    • and individuality of the soul, but regarded himself as wholly
    • primeval man regarded his soul, not as a centralized unit in
    • Gradually the conceptions formed regarding the capacity of the
    • previously regarded as separate and detached, in one centralized
    • when with regard to the old Egyptian mission, one might say, that
    • regarded from our modern stand-point, received its first impulse
    • while the soul was regarded merely as the scene of their active
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • Spiritual Science weighs and regards such matters and, in virtue
    • and regard it as entirely trustworthy and as the result of
    • must regard King Ahab as a man who only under exceptional
    • was made of that incomprehensible being, regarding whom the most
    • was the custom to say that Jehovah acted with regard to humanity,
    • throughout the community, and whom he regarded with feelings of
    • herself regarding it as a secret, for reasons which will become
    • there being other content, it must be regarded as of less
    • developed and perfected with regard to his individual character,
    • a vision, that the son of the widow lay dead. This we must regard
    • him; but behold, Naboth would not regard what he said, and
    • foreboding. Then Elijah, whom he had ever regarded with feelings
    • testimony regarding the actual events which took place in
    • as regards a primary stage, within the confines of the soul. The
    • regarded as forming an epoch of supreme import to humanity.
    • regard as a truly exalted spirit, should descend upon the earth,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • concepts were formed with regard to that Being whom we term The
    • ideas which it has to put forward with regard to The Christ
    • the evolution of mankind upon Earth. It was regarded as that
    • being into the evolution of humanity? It was regarded in the
    • (Mark i, 9 to 11), was regarded by this ancient gnosis as a
    • singular spiritual condition had been engendered with regard to
    • event similar to that which the gnosis regarded as having taken
    • matter how we regard the facts, not only a grand and glorious
    • idea of man’s being, for it regards him as
    • most part regards the old gnostical conception, as outlined,
    • which most men regard as perceptual, concrete, and as having
    • apprehension, is pushed aside and regarded as abstract and
    • all that was regarded as Science and absolute knowledge, but
    • after a manner which we might regard as bringing about a deeper
    • these investigations Jesus was to be regarded as One specifically
    • Spiritual Being. How, then, does present-day science regard The
    • is to be regarded not as a reality, but as a kind of imaginary
    • will regard more as Temples assigned to spiritual instruction.
    • understand Mythology rightly, when we regard the forms and
    • the coming of the Christ-Impulse, is regarded when viewed in the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the spirit; he regarded only the task, and the love to labour,
    • Steiner spoke quite unequivocally regarding the necessity of
    • with true regard to all that has been acquired since those
    • introduced by the West, to which task it should regard itself as
    • regarding the vital difference between Western and Eastern
    • Regarding the above, I find among my
    • wilfully to regard it as inconsistent that the same man
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • The Verdict of Geology regarding the Origin of
    • The Verdict of Astronomy regarding the Origin of
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Spirit, Matter, Life, and Death, with regard to
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • time passes, he will ever be regarded as one of those who has

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