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Human Questions and Cosmic Answers

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Human Questions and Cosmic Answers

Man and his Relation to the Planets

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By Rudolf Steiner

Translations by V. Compton-Burnett, C. Davy, D. S. Osmond, and K. Wegener.
Bn 213.1, GA 213

Four lectures given at Dornach, Switzerland, 25th June – 2nd July, 1922. Published in German as: Menschenfragen und Weltantworten. Translation from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer, by Vera Compton-Burnett, Charles Davy, Dorothy S. Osmond, and K. Wegener.

Some of the topics covered are: Sunlight and Moonlight, Eclipses and Man's Life of the Soul, The Relation of the Planets to the Human Organism, The Human Being in Relation to Planetary Life, Man's Relation to the Surrounding World, Slate, Lime, Carbon, etc.

This lecture series is presented here with the kind permission of the Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, Dornach, Switzerland. From Bn 213.1, GA 213.

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CONTENTS

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Contents
Editorial Note
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Lecture ISunlight and Moonlight, Solar and Lunar Eclipses and their Relation to Man's Life of Soul. June 25, 1922
Lecture IIThe Relation of the Planets to the Human Organism. The Participation of the Cosmos in the Development of Man. June 30, 1922
Lecture IIIThe Relation of the Planets to Man's Life of Soul. July 01, 1922
Lecture IVMan's Relation to the Surrounding World. Schist (slate) and Lime in their Connection with Plant and Animal. Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen. July 01, 1922
 
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