THE CREATION OF THE WORLD AND MAN
LECTURE I, Dornach, June 30, 1924: Creation of the world
and of man. Saturn-, Sun-, and Moon-condition in the earth's
LECTURE II, July 3, 1924: Creation of the earth. Origin of man.
LECTURE III, July 7, 1924: What natural science and
anthroposophy have to say about earth strata and fossils.
ORIGIN OF THE WORLD AND OF MAN
AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF
QUESTIONS OF NUTRITION
LECTURE IV, July 9, 1924: Origin of the world and of
man. Lemuria and Atlantis.
LECTURE V, July 12, 1924: Origin and character of the
Chinese and Indian cultures.
LECTURE VI, July 31, 1924: The relation of foodstuffs to
man. Raw food. Vegetarianism.
LECTURE VII, August 2, 1924: Questions of nutrition.
Children's nutrition. Making children “hardy.” Manuring
LECTURE VIII, August 6, 1924: The evolution of human
EARTH LIFE AND STAR INFLUENCES
LECTURE IX, August 9. 1924: The sense of smell.
LECTURE X, September 9, 1924: Planetary influences on
animals, plants and stones.
LECTURE XI, September 13, 1924: The weather and its
LECTURE XII, September 18, 1924: Form and origin of the
earth and moon. Volcanism.
LECTURE XIII, September 20, 1924: The nature and task of
anthroposophy. Biela's comet.
LECTURE XIV, September 24, 1924: How did man originate?
Earth life and star wisdom.