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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • ideas were such that he did not contemplate the world from that
    • world upon the consciousness of the ancients, if we turn our
    • world, although there may now and then intrude some higher level
    • they had reference to an actual outer world. In olden days
    • then it was that he lived in the presence of the Spirit-World,
    • and the Spirit-World entered into his being. To-day this door is
    • achievement existing beyond the perceptual world. Although in the
    • with the world of spirit, therefore these ancients could say from
    • realize this outer physical world and this perceptual life, even
    • descended into the physical world it was ordained that he should
    • world of spirit.
    • into the higher mysteries of the world, irrespective of the
    • part of the world later known as the Persian Empire, those grand
    • truths which emanated from the superperceptual regions — a world
    • intelligible manner, a particular world aspect; while on the
    • he gave to the world was in many respects fundamentally different
    • may approach the region of the superperceptual world from two
    • perceptual into the superperceptual world. The one method is that
    • we hold of the physical world to our actual spirit essence — the
    • are ours because we are of the body in a physical world, then can
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • bestow them upon a new world. At such moments the thought has
    • method of thought, and through which we realize the outer world
    • evolution affects not only the outer world of form, but also the
    • form of an attenuated heritage in the picture world of our
    • physical world, but to that realm which lies beyond all material
    • things, in other words — the world of spirit. We can say that in
    • truth veritable pictures of the Spirit-World, flashed before the
    • vision world in which they conceived higher powers to be actively
    • to those whose souls could still peer into the Spirit-World, held
    • vision became limited to that which is of the material world, and
    • mysteries of the Spirit-World. [Spiritual Science asserts that it
    • deeply into the world of spirit.
    • possible for mankind to look upon a Spirit-World; to question
    • legends have come down to us regarding this world of the
    • place did all these strange ideas occupy in the image world of
    • meanwhile passed into another world. The mission of Horos was to
    • it rightly, we must enter into the whole world of Egyptian
    • the perceptual world. It is the spiritual interrelation of these
    • body, so that I should experience and behold a physical world, in
    • value in a perceptual world, proffering no outer sign suggestive
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • world is not in vain. For while we toil we look forward to ever
    • those things hidden behind the perceptual world.
    • superperceptual worlds, and through this connection with the
    • of the soul’s union with the Spirit-World.
    • spiritual nature emanated from that same hidden Spirit-World
    • Spirit-World, and that these concepts were given to them in the
    • regarding the external perceptual world, there should arise two
    • material world of sense perception.’ This feeling spread
    • world of manifestations where all is illusion — all is
    • new world which has been given to us.’ Thought of this
    • people felt impelled to link themselves closely with the world
    • throughout this world, which is now our portion, is the same
    • concerning a former union with the Spirit-World. If we consider
    • striven to re-establish his connection with those Spirit-Worlds
    • from all that appertains to the perceptual world.
    • mankind to regard the world as having fallen from a spiritual
    • external world with which humanity is so closely connected,
    • when man was truly united with the Spirit-World. For there came a
    • directly united with the Spirit-World, there have arisen a number
    • twenty-ninth year he had seen nothing of the world outside the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • physical world are represented just as they took place in
    • for instance, of journeys and other worldly events which we
    • has no connection whatever with external worldly events, but
    • activity, or to a mission concerned with the world’s
    • he could gaze upon the Spirit-World, and that things thus
    • dream world. He did not advance so far as the study of Spiritual
    • apprehend the Spirit-World in pictorial visions, that later found
    • world, through the medium of our senses; these ideas we group
    • world; for the most varied missions were assigned to Nations and
    • world, and also from that ever wakeful call emanating from the
    • life came upon the world endowed with certain Divine gifts which
    • shut off from the physical world.
    • external perceptual world were destined to replace the old
    • upon the world, and gain enlightenment through inner intellectual
    • of the Spirit-World.
    • material world. Ancient peoples believed in a plurality
    • world.
    • We thus realize that the world’s history is
    • episode in the history of the world. We have, for instance, the
    • such a way that through direct contact with the Spirit-World, the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • light upon the world’s history may become clearly apparent
    • one might say, in the outer world, who knew precisely in what
    • where, in the physical world, they might find the outer reality
    • world, whether we live in happiness or are beset with sorrows and
    • it shall be enabled to look upon the world of spirit. The power
    • outer world and utter those words which all must hear. But in the
    • fulfil my mission in this physical world, should my death indeed
    • world.
    • activity emanating directly from the spirit-world. The divine
    • higher state or world. This was made possible, not because of the
    • outer world, ever spreading its influence further and further
    • Spirit-World, we can draw nearer to an understanding of those
    • the outer world, does not enlighten us concerning things of
    • physical world, should my death indeed be brought about through
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • world-philosophy, in which such questions as are associated with
    • The Origin of the Animal World
    • Christ-Movement into the world’s history, man’s power
    • advent of Christianity into the world’s history, we realize
    • humanity, but with the surrounding world of the cosmos taken in
    • the physical world. Further, according to this conception,
    • perceptual world in order to give an impulse to spiritual
    • evolution as a spiritual being bound to a world in which The
    • qualities and wisdom from the Spirit-World, which up to then no
    • conceived as lying beyond our sense-perception in a kind of world
    • cognition to the perceptual world alone, and to assign all
    • to show that the history of mankind — World History — is not
    • whole nature and method of the historic world-conception put
    • Spirit-World which lies behind all things material and
    • can live in the Spirit-World, even as the human counterpart lives
    • in the physical world. Through the study of history in the light
    • during which it could look upon the Spirit-World with full
    • Spirit-World and of an eternal life to come. In those olden days
    • on by peoples spread throughout the world during the course of
    • lay concealed therein, deep hidden from a profane external world.
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • proclaim its message to a materialistic world; by so doing he
    • worldly honours, which honours were within his easy reach. This
    • world, under the title of Spiritual Science. That which he gave
    • the theme which was his to impress upon the world; in public,
    • upward progress; the world must learn to understand the need for
    • perceptual and superperceptual worlds; a subject which
    • in the domains of Philosophy, and the formation of world
    • world's history, and his influence will continue to be
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • conscious perception in world-philosophy founded upon a solid
    • The World Crisis. (War, Peace, and Theosophy.)
    • The Beginning and the End of the World.
    • The Spirit in the Plant World.
    • World?
    • Worlds.
    • The Origin of the Animal World in the light of
    • The World as viewed by a student of Eugenics
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Spirit-World, and Spiritual Science. A glance at our
    • The Origin and Evolution of the World of Man and
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • of the world of sense.
    • From this moment onward in World-evolution,
    • Michael in the spiritual order of the World, is to solve the
    • the human being in the present World-epoch is proved as an
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • cosmos and the Spirit-World, and Rudolf Steiner has shown how its
    • consciousness of all things pertaining to the external world, his
    • entered and become associated with the Spirit-World, nevertheless
    • world, the World of Spirit, and he can apprehend its reality and
    • fleeting contact with the Spirit-World, and thereby to gain
    • man's life in the material world. But the power and the quality
    • The Threshold of the Spiritual World
    • Knowledge of Higher Worlds; all are published by G. P.
    • gained, a clearer understanding of the material world.

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