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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • ever-changing scenes, and which are at the same time symbolical.
    • self-contained and infinite time circle is symbolically
    • symbolize a continuous and also retroactive time flux; and we can
    • is the symbol of Zaruana Akarana. In reality, Zaruana Akarana and
    • are symbolical of the Kingdom of The Shadows.
    • connection with the Zodiacal constellations as symbolical of the
    • symbol of the inflowing of the seven good, and five evil,
    • following manner; we consider it as symbolized by the antithesis
    • Goddesses were in reality, antithetical symbols of two opposing
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • and its symbolical manifestations had reference, not to our
    • such faculty to interpret the symbols presented in terms of those
    • as an allegory, nor as a mere symbolism; in order to understand
    • nature is a mere symbolical portrayal of certain events connected
    • symbol of the relation between Osiris and Isis,’ but he
    • not merely symbolical of their own supersensible experiences, but
    • things. Symbolically, in the sense of the Isis-Initiation, we
    • of the Heavens, as manifested in spiritual symbols, that the old
    • symbolical reference to the light which emanates from the Sun and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • inner illumination, symbolically portrayed in the words,
    • upon Him that cosmic essence, that Spirit, symbolically
    • that decadence, symbolically represented as: — ‘The Fall
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • ancient race becomes a sort of symbolical account of the
    • symbolical description according to the ancient mode, from which
    • is here symbolical of Egyptian culture, guided the influx of
    • Midian. Ex. ii, 15, 16] near-by to a well (a symbol betokening:
    • have symbolically portrayed all such knowledge and power as the
    • form characteristics typical of the symbolic representation of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • symbolism — in other words a species of heathenism. Such
    • passing. They are merely symbols, such as may come during the
    • sleep state, but in a certain way they are typical symbols,
    • as merely a symbolical representation of the fact that [Naboth]
    • of Elijah fell down [upon him]; which was a symbol denoting the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • wholly symbolical or otherwise.

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