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Cosmic Workings In Earth and Man

Six Lectures Given to the Workmen at the Goetheanum

By Rudolf Steiner

Translated by, M. Cotterell, D. S. Osmond, V. E. Evans
GA# 349 – GA# 350 – GA# 351 – GA# 352.

Six lectures given to workmen at the Goetheanum, Dornach, Switzerland. Lectures I and II, were translated by M. Cotterell; Lectures III and VI, by D. S. Osmond; Lectures IV and V, by V. E. Evans.

The lectures in this volume have been selected from the very large number given regularly by Dr. Steiner to the workmen employed at the Goetheanum. The two preceding volumes of the same series contain lectures dealing with the religious life and ideas of ancient peoples and the significance of the Christian impulse.

They are presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland. From GA# 349, GA# 350, GA# 351, and GA# 352.

Copyright © 1952
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CONTENTS

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Cover Sheet
Foreword
Contents
 
Lecture I: The Circulation of Fluids in the Earth (Fish and Birds) February 09, 1924
Lecture I: Life on Earth in Past and Future (Earth Mysteries and Healing Forces in Human Nature) February 17, 1923
Lecture II: On Nutrition (Protein, Fats, Carbohydrates, Salts) September 22, 1923
Lecture III: Effects of Substances in the Cosmos and in the Human Body (Anemia and Blood Deficiencies - Iron, Sodium, Carbon, Chlorine) October 27, 1923
Lecture IV: On the Growth of Plants (Causes of Infantile Paralysis) October 31, 1923
Lecture V: On Poisonous Substances and Their Effects (Insect Poisons and Antidotes) January 19, 1924




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