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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • words have lived on in the moving poetry of the Vedas, in their
    • clearly upon his disciples, and, using simple words, we can
    • words; but we must first have learnt how to read. Without this
    • ever traversed by Ormuzd, The Spirit of Light. In other words,
    • mind when he wrote the following words at the beginning of
    • present-day paltry notions — is once more voiced in the words of
    • conviction he expressed in impressive and beautiful words, to
    • words! — No more shall he, the Evil One, this false teacher,
    • him in the words which The Highest — The First One — has put
    • into my mouth, the words which Ahura Mazdao has spoken. To him
    • who will not harken unto my words, and who will not heed that
    • in the following words: —
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • research, in words somewhat as follows: — ‘During my
    • word and form, of the occult doctrines taught to the disciples
    • things, in other words — the world of spirit. We can say that in
    • material existence, the ancient consciousness could find no words
    • Typhon has linguistic connection with the words —
    • in man’s nature, in other words of Isis, or the Isis-Power.
    • world — in other words, he must acquire knowledge of that
    • himself and thus attain to Osiris. In other words, he was
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • belief, he gives expression to those deeply significant words, —
    • These words indicate the essential nature of that current of
    • inner illumination, symbolically portrayed in the words,
    • came to express himself in words somewhat as follows: —
    • word Nirvana. It is a region which, according to the Buddhist, no
    • words wherewith to describe this state of being, so complete, so
    • that ideal state — Nirvana. In other words, he must learn to
    • its course man’s soul-quality altered. In other words,
    • When we compare those significant words of St.
    • Paul’s words, we find expressed that positive knowledge,
    • of personality — a more exalted ‘I’. Those words of
    • conception can be expressed in these words: — ‘I have
    • of Mankind. These words imply that if we employ the
    • realms which no earthly words can describe.’ The Christian
    • Paul’s words: — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in
    • Let us compare the above with the words of
    • times, and entered into his being.’ These words imply that
    • oft-repeated words, was as follows: — ‘Life is ever
    • in these words: — ‘Thou hast not as yet come so far, that
    • expression in those impressive words of Goethe:-
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • who in the closing words of
    • experience of inner development; in other words, was especially
    • down as lightning from Heaven, of the words: — “I AM AN
    • I” (Ich bin ein Ich) — and these words remained for a
    • then does he indeed realize that through those wondrous words —
    • meagre in actual word content, there ever resounds the dominant
    • otherwise proclaimed than with words which designate the
    • clothed his speech in words which emanated from the
    • that he could become conscious of the Mighty Word of the Great
    • another be the leader of thy people.’ The words of this
    • that these two simple words may be fraught with the uttermost
    • which mission is expressed in those deeply significant words of
    • spoke to him in words of paramount import, thus: — ‘[Dost
    • allegorical tragedy, and of the words: — ‘Curse God, and
    • St. Paul’s words: — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in
    • Goethe’s words, and we realize that the greatest benefit
    • The words of the great poet live again, in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • the medium of his flaming words and self-sacrificing deeds. In
    • symbolism — in other words a species of heathenism. Such
    • might term a sort of rumour (if the word is not misused) to the
    • is implied in the following words: — ‘Thou art the chosen
    • bring rain upon the earth.’ In other words, until the
    • as in a vision, using in effect those same words which, day by
    • subconscious spirit reproached him, in other words, aroused in
    • outer world and utter those words which all must hear. But in the
    • the multitude. In other words, the people were to judge whether
    • In words all insufficient of expression, one
    • had discovered his secret. In other words, he felt that
    • these words spoken by Jezebel [and reflected in the second verse
    • inner illumination these words: — ‘Initiate thou this man
    • and gave heed to his words. Jezebel next urged Ahab to try and
    • of the word which Naboth the Jezreelite had spoken to him: for he
    • his murderer. In the Bible we can read the dreadful words which
    • it should be taken as such. The word Gilgal merely signifies —
    • dialogue is repeated [and the word Jordan is introduced. (II
    • proper meaning, for it is rendered incorrectly. The words are
    • the Word of the Lord had become so mighty in Elisha that it was
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • It is not possible in a few words to explain just
    • cometh unto thee the Word of God. His voice will break in upon
    • Therefore if we would give the above words their
    • Christ Jesus uttered words of similar intent and
    • very error which finds expression in the words of Schopenhauer:
    • truth underlying Goethe’s words, when he says: —
    • in Goethe’s words: —
    • from the context the word ‘Hate’ which is in Luke
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the word ‘Anthroposophy’, to designate the matter and
    • Power. He recalled with sorrow and anxiety those words of
    • hearts to words such as these, were certainly not to be found
    • of 1900, I have heard such words from the lips of Rudolf Steiner,
    • thoughts would hark back to the words of Rudolf Steiner,
    • expressing himself in words conveying the warmest
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • unexpected attacks made upon his volition. The words of
    • of the living has been stilled in death, but his word
    • greatest vigour; often asserting that ‘The word
    • proximate meaning, if only a single word be missing, or
    • him a transcript containing words that he had uttered;
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • I present the following words, selected from
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • produced by the higher self in man'. The word Anthroposophy is
    • Marie Steiner, is indeed a fitting foreword to the beauty and the

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