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  • Title: Book: Contemporary Civilization in the Mirror of the Science of the Spirit (1904)
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    • time ago.
    • research. The blunt saying of that time has become famous:
    • proceeds from the mechanism of the clock. That was the time when
    • because of the powerful impression made by the successes of science
    • in those times. A short time before, the microscope had shown the
    • time ago, all this became quite different. It is true that stragglers
    • at the Congress of Scientists in 1903, who proclaim the materialistic
    • simplest sensation by movements of atoms. Thus it has been and thus
    • around the middle of the nineteenth was proclaimed as a new gospel
    • exercised a really fascinating influence at that time. The
    • culture of his time. He now said boldly that the materialistic
    • formation of existence. The descent of man from purely animal
    • were made the object of study. The remains of primitive cultures,
    • which are dug out of the ground like the bones of prehistoric animals
    • and the impressions of extinct plants were to bear witness to the
    • in degree from the higher animals, and that mentally and spiritually
    • he had risen to his present eminence from the level of animalism pure
    • and simple. A time had come when everything in this materialistic
    • of the time exercised on them, men thought as a faithful materialist
    • since my imagination receives the most beautiful stimulation through
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  • Title: Book: From the Akasha Chronicle
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    • paleontology, and geology can teach us is very limited. Furthermore,
    • belonging to the external world of the senses is subject to time. In
    • addition, time destroys what has originated in time. On the other
    • time. Nobody can say that the essential has been preserved, if he
    • Everything which comes into being in time has its
    • are open for man. He can develop forces dormant in him so that he can
    • the eternal origins of the things which vanish with time. A man
    • limited to external evidence where knowledge of the past is
    • to the senses, that part which time cannot destroy. He penetrates
    • convince himself of the reality of a separate spiritual world through
    • character. They do not stand before him like the dead testimony of
    • happened takes place before him.
    • initiates describe essentially the same things at all times
    • Atlantean ancestors, the aim here is to record some details
    • in imagination to a period which lies almost ten thousand years
  • Title: Book: Our Atlantean Ancestors
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    • present-day man than he would imagine whose knowledge is confined
    • Atlantean times. Nobody impressed upon his intellect that three times
    • similar situations. He remembered how it had been on previous
    • occasions. One need only realize that each time a new faculty
    • in images. When an image appeared in his soul he remembered a great
    • many similar images which he had already experienced. He directed his
    • judgment accordingly. For this reason all teaching at that time was
    • presented to him in vivid images, so that later he could remember as
    • to do he could remember something similar which had been presented to
    • him in the course of his education. He could manage best when the new
    • situation was similar to one he had already seen. Under totally new
    • conditions the Atlantean had to rely on experiment, while in this
    • which are new to him. The Atlantean system of education gave a
    • to develop which was even remotely similar to the rapidity of our
    • been impossible for someone to decide an important matter before
    • personality ceases to have any importance. He is totally in the
    • particular period do not apply to him.
    • One must imagine that with the passage of time all
    • Whether in face of current scientific beliefs one can easily imagine
    • is possible or impossible. Their only function is to explain what has
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  • Title: Book: Transition of the Fourth into the Fifth Root Race
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    • will understand it aright who can steep himself in the idea of
    • man perceives around him is in process of development. In this sense,
    • The one who familiarizes himself with the thought
    • to be described required enormously long periods of time.
    • not to be attained by any earthly education. They had been imparted
    • For until the fifth subrace of the Atlanteans, the Primal Semites,
    • imperfectly, to have a presentiment of such principles.
    • subrace gradually prepared it so that in later times, after the
    • The task which the leader imposed upon himself was
    • learn to consider themselves as the implementing organs of
    • The isolated group thus faced an important
    • the words which again and again he impressed upon his followers:
    • no image to yourselves.” Thus did the new and highest
    • veneration of a god whom no sensory-visible image could resemble, and
    • graven image, or any likeness of any thing that is in heaven
    • in accordance with these invisible powers, was shown to him. All
    • imposed upon the fifth root race. This race was to learn to direct
    • lead to good if man also places himself at the service of the higher
    • at that time if one knows that the development of the faculty of
    • immediately connected with what the above-mentioned Manu had
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  • Title: Book: The Lemurian Race
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    • approximately from Ceylon to Madagascar. What is today southern Asia
    • nowhere is a dogmatic character to be claimed for these
    • surprising even for the occultist who reads them for the first time
    • the very greatest importance occurred with respect to the earth and
    • environment. Other men, animals, plants, and even lifeless objects
    • directly from the objects which surrounded him. It flowed to him from
    • the energy of growth of plants, from the life force of animals. In
    • this manner he understood plants and animals in their inner
    • not first have to calculate the load-limit of a tree trunk, the
    • the basis of his faculty of imagination which acted with the sureness
    • of his arm by a simple effort of the will. For example, he could lift
    • the will, of the faculty of imagination. The education of children
    • surpasses everything contemporary man can picture to himself in his
    • boldest imaginings — The bearing of heat, even of a searing
    • her developing a strong imagination. For example, she was
    • except in their latest times. They lived where nature gave them the
    • and at that time they developed great skill for such constructions.
    • One must not imagine, however, that they did not also execute more
    • earliest times they originated in the desire to give to the things of
    • art” became more and more imposing and ornate. These
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  • Title: Book: The Division into Sexes
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    • MUCH AS THE HUMAN FORM in those ancient times
    • present-day man, one comes to conditions still more dissimilar if one
    • course of time did the forms of man and woman develop from an older,
    • enormously distant periods of the past must however liberate himself
    • around him.
    • The times into which we now look back lie somewhat
    • designated as the Lemurian. At that time the human body still
    • soul at that time embodied itself in matter, it could adapt this
    • made of the body an impression of its own nature. But when [it] became
    • denser the soul had to submit to the laws impressed upon this matter
    • instead gave it qualities which embraced both at the same time. For
    • the soul is simultaneously male and female. It carries these two
    • imagination.
    • other hand, bears the stamp of imagination. Thus it comes about that
    • to an equal degree. In the course of time, the material substances
    • could produce another human being out of himself. Impregnation was
    • possibility of self-impregnation. It had to act together with another
    • Here an important point in the development of
    • like himself, in order to perfect his own nature. The force by which
    • impregnated himself in ancient times. The price of thought is
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  • Title: Book: The Last Periods before the Division into Sexes
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    • division into male and female. At that time the body consisted of a
    • of what later matured inside the mother organism was at that time
    • stated explicitly, for in even earlier times it was different, as
    • on the earth of that time were different from those of later times.
    • time were the organs of motion. The sense organs of today were as yet
    • characteristics, so that self-impregnation was possible. But the
    • With this we already indicate the soul life of man of that time.
    • him. This activity reverberated in his soul. His own activity was an
    • echo of these impressions. He transformed the perceptions of sound
    • expressed them by his will. In this way he was impelled to all his
    • important role. He “felt” the environment in his body and
    • lived images of external objects, not conceptions of them. For
    • certain colored image arose in his soul. But this colored image had
    • force which was akin to the will. Such images continuously filled the
    • soul. One can compare this only with the flowing dream impressions of
    • man. At that time the images were not completely irregular, but
    • mankind, one should speak of an image consciousness rather than of a
    • dream consciousness. For the most part, colored images filled this
    • mirrored in images which were very unlike what existed in the
    • external world. Joy and sorrow were associated with the images of the
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  • Title: Book: The Hyperborean and the Polarean Epoch
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    • chapters. In view of the materialistic ideas of our time, the risk we
    • of thinking. [Compare my Welt-und Lebensanschauungen im
    • passages reproduced here. Especially important matters will be
    • easy in this area. The author of this present book in no way claims
    • his best efforts have enabled him to discover. He will welcome any
    • because the signs of the times urge it. Moreover, a long period of
    • time had to be described in outline here in order to afford a general
    • important human enigmas which are indicated. A true self-knowledge of
    • the animal. The next sections will deal with these. Then much will be
    • which will be discussed later. Only the one immediately preceding
    • existence. Neither did man. He had already developed the image
    • human beings of that time possessed clairvoyance, although it was
    • self-conscious spirit within him. This spirit united with the
    • limbs and other organs which were to be formed later were already
    • certain size it split into two masses, each of which was similar to
    • important change had taken place within the souls themselves. As long
    • All that existed at that time was experienced in this way. The
    • actions of stones, plants, and animals, which then existed only as
    • At this time, however, it is no longer merely a
    • immediate influences of external matter. Only the body outside of
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  • Title: Book: Beginning of the Present Earth  Extrusion of the Sun
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    • by virtue of which it can support minerals, plants, animals, and men
    • plant, animal, and human worlds. Minerals for instance also existed
    • immediately preceding condition changed into the present one.
    • stage. Imagine a plant with root, stalk, leaves, blossom, and fruit.
    • the preceding condition one might call mineral, plant, animal has
    • conditions. This earth germ however must not be imagined as a
    • human rudiments at first. These are the rudiments of the later human
    • as a mineral; plant, or animal nature has been drawn into these human
    • rudiments and become fused with them. Before man enters upon the
    • They impress their nature upon this ether, in order that it can
    • the scientist of the spirit, the earth appears approximately as
    • their activity. It does not accept everything which is rudimentarily
    • animal-like. They form a first animal realm on earth. These animals
    • does not resemble any of the animal forms existing now. At most they
    • have a remote similarity to the shells of certain snails and mussels
    • which exist today. Beside these animal forms the development of
    • produces a physical likeness of himself which consists of the two
    • himself into an ether body which in turn consists of two kinds of
    • the chemical ether it develops certain forces which are similar to
    • can only be taken from the animal realm described above, and from the
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  • Title: Book: Extrusion of the Moon
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    • one can best do this by imagining it as similar to water vapor or to
    • what man became later, however, one must imagine him at this stage as
    • in a state of soul slumber, and as only very dimly conscious.
    • forward, aside, backward, to all sides, by means of four limb-like
    • For the important, basic quality of the fire mist was that on the
    • could embody themselves in it, but that at the same time higher
    • reciprocal relationship with men. Man had brought his impulses,
    • into the upper regions. Their decisions and impulses emanated from
    • of their development, these higher beings too had had a limited power
    • only over what took place “within them.” At that time,
    • forces of his lower passions or impulses, can be active in the fire
    • enable him to think, and thus to develop a personality. On the other
    • manner that they can employ them impersonally to create the
    • arrangements of the earth. In this way, forms which are images of the
    • organizations filled with wisdom develop around him.
    • One should now imagine this process to be somewhat
    • time. At that moment the moon split off from the earth. This event
    • remaining two organs of movement become the rudiments of hands. Those
    • upright. This is the immediate consequence of the extrusion of the
    • impregnate himself and produce beings like himself without external
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  • Title: Book: Some Necessary Points of View
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    • of the entities connected with him in the time which preceded the
    • prepared himself for earthly existence, as it were. One must
    • One will sometimes say that man inhabited other
    • incarnations of the earth in primeval times. What in this connection
    • in time. Mystery science is based on experience and is content to
    • destiny on our planet is revealed to him within spiritual
    • those questions which are vital to him. In the following essays for
    • We by no means intend to imply that man can
    • “origin of the world” and similar matters. He can.
    • knowledge revealed within more proximate spiritual experience.
    • When one has understood a little, he sees how immeasurably long is
    • the road which lies ahead of him. Through knowledge one gains insight
    • for the immense responsibility he assumes when he speaks of
    • prejudices, simply consigns everything coming from that quarter to
    • relationship to the future least of all. Yet a simple logical
    • student of chemistry is a prophet in the limited field of the
    • time in a manner contrary to laws of nature, so little will anything
    • freedom is made impossible because events can be predicted in a
    • the spirit must strictly avoid even representing anything to himself
    • the word, but this “ingenuity” will avail him absolutely
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  • Title: Book: On the Origin of the Earth
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    • mankind as a whole go through a similar process. Humanity has
    • must not imagine — as has already been suggested — that
    • certain time migrated to earth. Rather, the earth has developed
    • calls “earth.” For the time being, as has been indicated
    • all the talents which man has within himself are developed, until he
    • imperceptibly. Rather there are certain interruptions. The Saturn
    • condition does not go over immediately into the Sun stage. Between
    • Saturn development and Sun development, and similarly between the
    • In imitation of oriental descriptions of this
    • sleep man does not perceive what is taking place around him. Why one
    • time which are required for these “cycles.”
    • These former consciousnesses are primarily
    • also form a correct conception of it. But by no means does he himself
    • much higher one, which however in certain respects is similar to the
    • tell of experiences which are similar to those of the Saturn stage.
    • One must be careful to say that they are “similar,” not
    • is immediate sensation, an experiencing of what takes place on other
    • something similar in his own body.)
    • not a simple repetition which is meant here, but one in another form.
    • with the smaller cycles. At that time the differences between the
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  • Title: Book: The Earth and Its Future
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    • finds himself at present. But before he attained it, he, and with him
    • perceives in a dreamlike manner the images which arise in his soul
    • him “outside in space.” On the Moon and also during the
    • image in his soul when a particular object came near him. All of
    • consciousness consisted of such images, tones, and so forth, which
    • forth, which earlier man had perceived within himself, confronts him
    • new world appears within him: the world of ideas or thoughts. One
    • consciousness. The latter consists solely of the images we have
    • somewhat earlier time — there developed in man the capacity to
    • thinking man reaches the point where he differentiates himself from
    • recognizes himself as an “I.” The first three stages we
    • him at this time. In the consciousness of the clairvoyant one finds
    • an image of the future stages of mankind. Moreover, the three
    • developing in himself the states of consciousness to which in future
    • possible for him, although it is very difficult to give an idea of
    • potentiality of again becoming real and image-like. If man speaks of
    • before him, then this conception is, as it were, only a shadow image
    • “red” will actually be before him. He will be able to
    • create images, not merely conceptions. Thereby something will
    • be achieved by him similar to that which already existed for the Moon
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Saturn
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    • existed natures with Sun consciousness, others with image
    • consciousness (Moon consciousness) those with a consciousness similar
    • self-conscious (psychic) image consciousness, a fifth with
    • spirits, of which a description, however, is quite impossible. In
    • sublime of these beings already had attained a level of consciousness
    • their sublime, delicate body of rays, in mystery science they are
    • the first rudiment of his later physical body. One can say that the
    • cycle by the Spirits of Will, and that at that time this germ has the
    • follow beings with a creative (spiritual) consciousness, similar to
    • same time work on the human body in such a way that a “wise
    • arrangement,” a rational structure is implanted in it. To be
    • which they implant the capacity of movement and of forceful activity.
    • have a self-conscious image consciousness (psychic consciousness).
    • stage they have a consciousness similar to the present human earthly
    • “souls” in a way similar to that in which the human soul
    • inhabits its body today. They implant a kind of sensory organs in the
    • through such “sensory germs.” For him, the images of the
    • can treat the images of the “sensory germs” through their
    • These spirits implant selfhood, egoism in the body
    • time. Thus they have important work to perform on man in subsequent
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  • Title: Book: The Life of the Sun
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    • were, a memory of the time of the Sun development. One can also
    • with the Sun. At that time it was still united with the beings to
    • of development of that time — still lived on it. A planetary
    • earth, its previous embodiment (reincarnation), as it were. This Moon
    • The rudiment of the later physical body of man, which had gradually
    • becomes an animated being. Man thereby becomes a kind of plant. His
    • rudiment of the head like the plant root of today, is turned
    • downward, toward the center of the Sun, and the rudiments of the feet
    • human body, they now bestow on the limbs, which have become mobile,
    • “Spirits of Wisdom” have given him the possibility of
    • In the meantime however, these “Spirits of
    • ether body and implants a powerful activity in it. This continues
    • during and after the Saturn period, and which until this time were
    • only physical instruments, into animated senses by means of
    • Through a similar process the “Spirits of
    • Asuras) have at this time attained the level of psychic
    • image consciousness. Thereby they become capable of acting
    • now implanted in it the Spirit of selfhood (independence and
    • can see how these spirits imparted egoism in all the members of the
    • At the same time the “Sons of Fire”
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  • Title: Book: Life on the Moon
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    • one is dealing only with similarities. It would be quite erroneous to
    • similarity, namely with that of dream-filled sleep. Man attains the
    • so-called image consciousness on the Moon. The similarity consists in
    • images arise within a being which have a certain relation to objects
    • and beings of the outside world. But these images are not likenesses
    • The dream images are echoes of the experiences of the day, or
    • images of more or less remote daily experiences. An example of the
    • the watch lying beside him which was perceptible in this dream image.
    • in a room where ugly animals are sitting on the ceiling, and upon
    • Moon consciousness on the basis of such confused dream images, one
    • must realize that while the image-like character is also present
    • prevails. It is true that the images of the Moon consciousness have
    • even less similarity than the dream images to the objects to which
    • correspondence of image and object. At present in the earth
    • him is pleasing or advantageous. Then a colored image of a light tone
    • him, he beholds an ugly, dark image. The conception is not a
    • took its course in images which have the character of the volatile,
    • The basis for the development of this image
    • not be imagined as a re-enactment of all the events which took place
    • development of a physical body and of an ether body, at the same time
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  • Title: Book: The Life of Earth
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    • “unconscious” one. In the time when the ether body
    • dreamless sleep. With the formation of the astral body a dim image
    • consciousness makes its appearance, similar to, but not identical
    • with the one man at present ascribes to himself while he is dreaming.
    • in several stages. At that time it could not have been the carrier of
    • Sun. Simultaneously, the physical body was so transformed in the
    • Twilight; the emotions were implanted in the astral body by the Fire
    • At the same time, something else was taking place
    • help of the Spirits of Will (Thrones). During the penultimate
    • assistance of the Cherubim. During the third from the last Moon
    • through the help of the Seraphim. Thus actually two origins of man
    • resume approximately the same forms of existence which they already
    • man of today and an animal; the plants stand midway between the
    • animal and plant natures of today, and the minerals only half bear
    • plants gradually lose the animal character of their sensibility, and
    • out of the uniform species of animal man there develop two classes.
    • One of these remains on the level of animality, while the other is
    • astral body and implant in it just that independence we have
    • assistance of the Cherubim on the Sun, and the spirit-self
    • (Manas) together with the Seraphim on the Moon.
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  • Title: Book: The Fourfold Man of Earth
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    • body and of the physical body belongs to later times; at present it
    • higher plant realm, and the astral body with the animal realm.
    • in the structure. One will soon convince himself of the truth of this
    • together in the most artful manner, out of diminutive beams which run
    • bridge or something similar together with such wisdom. Today such
    • distaste, of the passions, impulses and desires and so forth. But
    • arrangement of the physical body! A large part of the stimulants
    • body. Something similar could be shown to be true for the ether body,
    • that from that time on the physical body could become the carrier of
    • realm, the plant realm, the animal realm, and the human realm, Saturn
    • had only the last-named. What one knows today as animals, plants, and
    • time. It is the first rudiments of eyes, ears and so forth which have
    • such an early origin, rudiments which formed on Saturn in somewhat
    • animated physical instruments. To them were added those parts
    • and of reproduction. Of course the first rudiments of these organs,
    • time acquired through the interaction of physical body and ether body
    • impressed.
    • the first rudiment of a nervous system is integrated into the
    • inwardness. Within his astral body he can form images of what
    • takes place in his environment. These images in a certain respect are
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  • Title: Book: Answers to Questions
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    • will, of the imagination, of the mastery of natural forces which were
    • The concepts of space, time, number, etc. would present difficulties
    • jurisprudence was the transformed will power of a former time. In
    • plant and animal forms. In the imagination of Phidias lived something
    • The reason for this lies in the conditions prevailing in our time.
    • religious images, in a manner which appealed merely to the emotional.
    • who do not limit themselves to an external noting of it, but who
    • really assimilate these things internally and make them the content
    • true foundation for his life, will let him recognize his value, his
    • dignity, and his essence, and will give him the highest zest for
    • living. For these truths enlighten him about his connection with the
    • world around him; they show him his highest goals, his true destiny.
    • scientist of the spirit at the same time. But, however, one must be
  • Title: Book: Prejudices Arising from Alleged Science (1904)
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    • fantastic to him who tests them against the certain conclusions which
    • communications lives in him, even if he also senses their inner
    • toward the suppression of such impulses when he has to tell himself
    • run the risk of becoming an impractical person of no use in life. For
    • becomes apparent for our time. It turns out that this factual
    • present-day civilized peoples lived in a land-area which at one time
    • time the air was saturated with water mist vapors. Man lived in the
    • time. One can clairvoyantly explore this old land; the phenomenon of
    • the rainbow did not exist at that time. It only appeared in the
    • scientists feel themselves impelled at present. Today there are
    • cloud cover of that Atlantean time. They further point out that those
    • respect to the animal world, a scientist, Hilgard, has pointed out
    • that the giant eyes of extinct animals, for instance, of the
    • Ichthyosaurus, indicate that a dim illumination must have prevailed
    • on the earth in their time. I do not mean to regard such views as not
    • some time ago published an essay worthy of consideration which,
    • because of certain facts of the plant and animal world, indicated the
    • present-day man. It entices him to an inner intolerance of a quite
    • of Psychology) ]: “As a help against the impenetrable darkness
    • of the future and the insuperable might of inimical powers, the soul
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  • Title: Book: Cosmic Memory: Cover
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    • Translated from the German by Karl E. Zimmer
  • Title: Book: Cosmic Memory: Back Cover
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    • Among the activities springing from the work of Rudolf Steiner are the Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association which aims at improved nutrition resulting from methods of agriculture outlined by Rudolf Steiner; the art of Eurythmy, created and described by him as “visible speech and visible song;” the work of the Clinical and Therapeutical Institute of Arlesheim, Switzerland, with related institutions in other countries; the homes for the treatment of mentally retarded children; and new directions of work in such fields as Mathematics, Physics, Painting, Sculpture, Music Therapy, Drama, Speech Formation, Astronomy, Economics and Psychology.
    • The success of Rudolf Steiner Education (sometimes referred to as Waldorf Education) has proven the correctness of Steiner's concept of the way to prepare the child for his eventual adult role in and his contribution to modern society. Today there are some seventy Rudolf Steiner Schools in existence in seventeen countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, and South America, with a total of 30,000 children enrolled.
  • Title: Book: Introduction: Cosmic Memory
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    • deeper implications of Goethe's way of thinking by writing his
    • Weltanschauung (Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe's
    • group of eminent scholars in residence at Weimar, where he worked
    • those around the aged Nietzsche. Out of the profound impression which
    • this experience made upon him, he wrote his Friedrich Nietzsche,
    • Against his Time), published in 1895. This work evaluates the
    • At about this time Steiner began his work as a
    • his time and was to take him on repeated lecture tours throughout
    • First in Vienna, later in Weimar and Berlin,
    • work at Weimar, Steiner moved to Berlin in 1897 to assume the
    • brought him into contact with increasing numbers of people in many
    • mark him as one of the most creatively productive men of our
    • time.
    • similar subjects, Steiner had unexpectedly new, inspiring and
    • ability of the human being. Therefore, he confined himself to
    • simplest people. His ability to reach, without exception, all who
    • essentially Christian, but not in a limited or doctrinal sense. The
    • arising from the need of the time and from some of the ideas
    • and the requirements of modern life. He himself outlined the
    • present time, the success of Rudolf Steiner Education sometimes
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  • Title: Book: Preface: Preface by the Editor of the German Edition (1939)
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    • Geheimwissenschaft im Umriss.
    • himself intensively to the study of Anthroposophy.



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