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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • recur, not once only, but many times, and that during each
    • and at the same time bring forward and elucidate various matters
    • those which exist in our time. From previous lectures, however,
    • great many centuries before the time of Buddha. Greek historians
    • time. We have, therefore, good reason for maintaining that
    • refer to this matter, that in ancient times the development of
    • dream pictures that come to us at times, the most of which carry
    • ever-changing scenes, and which are at the same time symbolical.
    • — have been after a time once more figuratively manifested to us
    • closed, but in those ancient times such was not the case. It was
    • in olden times mankind obtained a clear inner vision of the
    • of human evolution a time will come when in addition to
    • standard of normal human consciousness existing in their time.
    • When we look forward from those by-gone times we find upon the
    • of cultural progress. In primeval times man’s development
    • definite separation of these two paths, as since about the time
    • In olden times before the Grecian or Christian
    • been thus united in early Grecian times, and just because in that
    • Here we might say, that already in olden times
    • spiritual factor, it being sometimes of greater and sometimes of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • vistas of by-gone times seem as full of mystery as is the
    • namely, present-day man, although living in times of broader and
    • the cosmos; the while it has oft-times seemed as if my fancy had
    • modern times overcome by a sense of such close relation to the
    • realize the actual sentiments of these olden Egyptian peoples, in
    • disposal. We thus learn that in olden times instead of our
    • wondrous visions of by-gone times of which tradition tells us,
    • time went on, the power necessary to the old clairvoyance dimmed
    • time on, the study of the interrelation of these factors led,
    • special nature. All that we know regarding ancient times, even
    • that time, weak and ever waning in intensity, nevertheless they
    • they had power to recall those by-gone times in the Golden Age of
    • that in olden times man could indeed penetrate far into the
    • represented as not wholly human; oft-times having a human body
    • which had lived for a long time in one house, died, there was
    • time that Egypt was actually under Roman rule, so it has been
    • grey dawn of primeval times lived in the region where man now
    • mind, we can alone give life to the sentiments and thoughts
    • me here — a spirit embodied in external human form. In times
    • recognized, they were, however, at one time dispersed, and spread
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • the fullness of time coupled with the knowledge that throughout
    • itself upon us during our time, as a result of independent
    • law, as was then stated, during the gradual passing of time the
    • prehistoric times, we gain much further knowledge; we then find
    • which was at one time to a certain extent, an ordinary condition
    • intellectuality in the soul; but in olden times, clairvoyant
    • primeval times the prevailing state common to man was similar to
    • In these modern times there is not much sympathy
    • a time will come when the conclusions which Spiritual Science has
    • different currents of thought. As time went on the first of these
    • Maya.’ Only at such time as man might commune with the
    • unexpectedly from time to time, during the passing of the ages.
    • time when the Indian fell away from his exalted spiritual
    • Since those olden times, when humanity was still
    • trend, fades from time to time; but in order that it shall be
    • of Buddahood in his twenty-ninth year, and from that time on, he
    • Let us now consider what took place at that time
    • same time he was possessed of the Bodhisattva-consciousness, that
    • of life, and now for the first time beheld the elements of decay
    • Palace, and saw before him for the first time the realities of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • great spiritual characters of by-gone times, who have helped to
    • sentiments, that we are in truth arraigning and searching our
    • even to the present time.
    • in another part. Also, that during the course of time the whole
    • as is so often the case with other sciences. In our time its most
    • relation to space and time.
    • lived at the time of the founding of Christianity, we realize at
    • times the soul of man was so constituted that during certain
    • legends of by-gone times.
    • carried on even in our time, but which have not as yet received
    • manner that to each nation a certain time is apportioned and when
    • overpassed the appointed time when a new mission should be
    • and powers of external apprehension to be for a time entirely
    • eternity. At the same time we find intimated in a wonderful
    • We must bear in mind that in those ancient times
    • be living entities, leading an existence such as in our time
    • to our own time, and which it was his task to instil. We refer to
    • attention to the fact that at the time at which the events
    • Egyptian priests and the leaders of the people. But the time came
    • Even now, humanity is advancing toward a time when these two
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • humanity in olden times has endured even to the present day. The
    • external occurrences, for their inception may oft-times be traced
    • consideration, but your thoughts should at all times be guided by
    • same time to present an example of the manner in which
    • ancient Hebrew times when the brilliant epoch that marked the
    • attribute of man in primeval times had by no means entirely
    • olden times such manifestations were much more in evidence and
    • presentiments, but never to any marked extent, and they occurred
    • At the time to which I refer, a rumour had spread
    • It was further realized that the time was
    • At that time about which we are speaking the
    • Jahveh-concept implies that mankind shall at all times gaze
    • operated at times through the medium of a chosen human
    • teachers of that time. Something in the nature of an holy
    • [Now at that time strange events had begun to take place in the
    • seers. Viewed in the light of our modern times it is probable
    • unable to tell, at times, just where the external form of some
    • It is remarkable that at the time about which I
    • he should, at times, absent himself, nor where he went on these
    • certain ways, also experienced want and distress. At times such
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • and sentiments concerning such fundamental questions as
    • from the general mode of thought prevailing in our time are
    • times; but this very fact makes it the more interesting that we
    • the teachings of Spiritual Science in our time. During the first
    • so that during the whole time of man’s earthly history, the
    • particular period from which we now reckon our time.
    • man could acquire. From this time on, so the gnosis states, the
    • the superficial mode so general in our time, we shall often find
    • times something in the nature of a crisis, such as might be
    • place at the time of the baptism of Jesus in Jordan (St. Mark i,
    • His baptism by John was such as had never up to that time found
    • Nazareth] as The Christ [as is oft-times done], but that we must
    • especially difficult for mankind in these modern times to realize
    • a loftiness of sentiment that was certainly not destined to find
    • life.’ Thus it is that even in our time mankind for the
    • Christ. Further, we find that as time went on humanity became
    • continued on among the people from that time, side by side with
    • the present time, for it is more essential that I now draw your
    • achieved in modern times in this connection, will know that an
    • pre-Christian times by the olden mysteries in connection with the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • gifted and talented man of his time; one who shunned every mark
    • despots of our time, tyrants in many and varied ways, was piled
    • evolution of man's spiritual life from the oldest times to the
    • and the blessings of the Spirit. Already at that time Rudolf
    • times and the laws of evolution. The future and the salvation of
    • suited to the times, and who, therefore, gave themselves over to
    • ancient times, through intellectual achievement, and must in
    • that were oft-times entirely at variance with my own inner
    • material was their essence and their spirit. At such times, my
    • About this time a memorable incident occurred,
    • University of Lucknow, has since that time, become a member of
    • should at one time praise, and at another find fault; but
    • exaggeration, for about this time, and at Munich, an
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • Critical Times, and German Culture.
    • Reflections on The Times.
    • respect to our Critical Times.
    • Idealism, in respect of the sentiment of our Critical
    • Times.
    • Times.
    • the time of Modern Cosmic Conception.
    • our Critical Times.
    • present Critical Times.
    • times, the purpose of which was to deal with the
    • which lecture caused much sensation. In the meantime the
    • the greatest need of the times and evoked on all sides
    • The Need of the Times, and Anthroposophy.
    • very time when it had opened up for itself a flaming
    • cankerous growth of the times -- to put into man's hands
    • Berlin, should now be published for the first time; these
    • time it was a series which had appeared in the monthly
    • all too fleeting time would not permit. In the end,
    • which blazed up at the time of Steiner's lecture on
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Having spent a lifetime presenting these past
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • value, sometimes leading to results which have been found to
    • Consciousness, leave for a time the Etheric and Physical Bodies
    • enlightenment to aid and to benefit humanity. During such time as
    • mankind, even in these modern times, to have more than a mere
    • time passes, he will ever be regarded as one of those who has



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