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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • avoid misusing this term, as is so often done in these days), was
    • primitive man was capable of intermediate conscious states,
    • while in this intermediate condition that man became aware of
    • that which we may term Illumination, whereby they are initiated
    • which we may term the ‘Mystical Method’, and another
    • perceptions from a purely spiritual standpoint, was termed
    • as we term the human spirit element as distinguished from the
    • widespread human being; the forces of greatest virtue are termed
    • which lay beyond the light, and which Zarathustra termed
    • Zarathustra’s conception of what he termed Zaruana Akarana.
    • intermingled with the shadows (Ahriman); all is interwoven in the
    • The Zodiac are identical terms, just in the same way as are
    • they may be divided is, however, indeterminate, being variously
    • or forces, termed by Zarathustra ‘Ferruhars’ or
    • in our present age, but transformed into material terms, that
    • term ‘nerve’ can no longer be applied, is the actual
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • cognition, there is what we term ‘Evolution’, and
    • should be regarded as an intermediate condition now only faintly
    • such faculty to interpret the symbols presented in terms of those
    • dual, the one element being termed Osiris, while the other was
    • that was termed the Isis-Force. It is in the above manner that we
    • be apprehended and expressed in perceptual terms if regarded as
    • be expressed in terms of feeling and sentiment in the following
    • might term the proving or profound study of Fire, Air and Water.
    • as expressed in the language of the stars, in terms of their
    • so accustomed to term barbaric, should in reality be regarded as
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • repeated earth lives, or as we term it, Reincarnation, forms a
    • peacefully upon that condition which we may term
    • wisdom) which he termed The Thirst for Existence to be
    • redemption and of bliss that can never be expressed in terms of
    • term and such a term is Nirvana. He who has conquered all mundane
    • definite terms.
    • we term history, for the factors of true history would include
    • change was brought about by what may be termed his own conscious
    • which we term Redemption. In the Christian sense, however, this
    • wrong to speak of that event which gave rise to what we term the
    • We can, in its deepest sense, term that
    • termed an ‘Unconscious Buddhism’, which has long
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • which we have termed Spiritual Science, is chiefly concerned with
    • intermediary conditions between that of sleeping and being awake,
    • purpose for that which was previously determined.
    • deliberately intermingled with the soul-experiences of the great
    • activity is situated in the Ego and which determine the oneness
    • that which is termed the clairvoyant faculty. We obtain the
    • that these two simple words may be fraught with the uttermost
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • certain isolated persons, whom we might term initiates, had true
    • be termed, had now indeed come down to them from the by-gone days
    • Moses contained the germ of all that one might term the
    • in Palestine, and which by other nations have been termed
    • might term a sort of rumour (if the word is not misused) to the
    • must go forward — step by step. When a suitable predetermined
    • term Elijah-Naboth] that he was led by a hermit to the
    • upon the people, and it must now be determined to which God they
    • must now be determined — I stand alone while opposed to me are
    • could but dimly realize; nevertheless, Ahab was definitely termed
    • what we might term a duality of being as expressed in
    • once more to Jehovah, and to determine upon his (Elijah’s)
    • termed, Elijah-Naboth.
    • stood forth and said: ‘This thing must now be determined —
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • tendency which has been called Gnosis [a term denoting a higher
    • concepts were formed with regard to that Being whom we term The
    • in the purely spiritual realms what might be termed a by-gone
    • gnosis termed THE CHRIST.
    • of such momentous import as to form what might be termed the true
    • attributes. And this superhuman quality has been termed The
    • in the direction of what we have termed Jesus-life-research, and
    • clearly set forth and formed the basis of what we might term a
    • Now, although what we may term man’s
    • man’s uttermost understanding. Hence, that great message
    • believes that at the uttermost, man’s greatest fault can
    • hand, it is true that the sensation of light be determined by the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • determination, inflexibility of will, and a moderate and rational
    • intermediate size, and from there to one still larger. During the
    • however, he generally used the more simple term, Spiritual
    • yes — that man's freedom and self-determination could be won by
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • trial, and personally a great sacrifice; he determined
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • can now consciously create and determine its own destiny, its own
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • what is implied by the term Spiritual Science, and to know that
    • 'Spiritual Science' (the terms are synonymous) as 'Knowledge
    • maintain, what might be termed, conscious union with the latter
    • determines the difference between this truly clairvoyant state,

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