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RUDOLF STEINER'S OBSERVATIONS ON STAR KNOWLEDGE


1915

3 Jan. 1915

“The other beings, the demons created out of immoral actions, also have an astral body, an etheric body and a physical body, at the watery stage, of course, but they do not have the basis for developing an ego. They are born headless, as it were. Instead of taking up the basis for progressing along a regular evolutionary path to the Jupiter existence, they reject this basis. By doing so they condemn themselves to the fate of dropping out of evolution. But this only increases the hordes of luciferic beings, for they fall under their power. As they cannot progress in a regular way they have to become parasites. This is what happens to all the beings who reject a normal evolution; they have to attach themselves to others in order to move on. Beings who arise through immoral actions have the particular inclination to be parasites in human evolution on earth under Lucifer's leadership - to which they have succumbed - and to seize hold of the evolution of human beings before they make their physical entry into the world. They attack human beings during the embryonic stage and share their existence between conception and birth. Some of these beings, if they are strong enough, can continue to accompany the human being after birth, as seen in the phenomena of some children who are possessed.

“What is brought about by the criminal demons attached as parasites to unborn children is the cause of a deterioration in the succession of the generations; it gnaws at human beings, making them less able to develop than they would be if these demons did not exist. There are various reasons for the decline of families, tribes, peoples and nations, but one of them is the existence of these criminal demon parasites during the period mentioned.

“These things play an important part in Earth evolution as a whole, and they bring us into contact with deep secrets of human existence. This is often the cause of people acquiring certain prejudices and points of view even before they are born. So people are tormented by doubts and uncertainties in life, and all kinds of other things, because of these demonic parasites.

“These beings cannot do very much with what human beings develop once their ego makes itself felt, but they prey on them all the more before they are born or during their earliest years. Thus we see that evil actions, too, have a significant effect in the cosmos and work creatively, but their creativity tends in the direction of the Old Moon existence. For what human beings pass through in the embryonic period, when these demonic beings can prey on them, is basically the heritage of the Old Moon evolution, which makes its appearance in all kinds of subconscious, instinctive behaviour. Something stemming from the older and better days of physical science is the instinct it preserves about the human embryonic period not being calculated according to ordinary months but lunar months; science still speaks of ten lunar months, and knows certain other things, too, concerning the connection of embryonic development with the phases of the moon.

“So we see that our Earth evolution contains two tendencies. There are good deeds that contain the impulse to work creatively on Earth in preparation for Jupiter, so that man's successor on the human level can come into being. But evil deeds have also brought into our evolution the tendency to drag Earth back again to the Old Moon evolution and make it dependent on everything to do with subconscious impulses; in fact there are far more of these subconscious impulses in materialistic humanity of modern times than there were in bygone ages when people were less materialistic.” (134, pp. 140-142)

19 Jan. 1915

“ . . . the time interval needed for the sun to progress from one constellation in the zodiac to the next is approximately 2,160 years, and this is important.” (87, pg. 70)

20 Apr. 1915

“This waking state has to be compared to winter in outside nature whilst summer has to be compared to the sleeping state in man.” [and explanation ] (87, pg. 185)

22 June 1915

“After Moon evolution it was not only the Moon which perished but everything that is part of the visible universe entered into night. And everything there is in the universe today really belongs to the earth, so that the end of the earth will not only mean the plant and animal kingdoms perishing with it but everything out there in the cosmos perishing as well. The stars in their present form will perish into the night. And then the future Jupiter will emerge.” (87, pg. 228)

6 July 1915

“To answer this question we need to use clairvoyant insight to form an opinion as to what it as that we actually see of the stars in the universe. There is no reason at all why something applicable on earth - the conclusion that light falls on objects and these objects become visible through that light being reflected - should also apply to heavenly bodies. As to the fixed stars, well, the physicists say these give off their own light.” [There is nothing physical in the sun, only the focus of purely spiritual entities and energies.] “We do not merely see in order to become aware of the results of visual perception, we also see in order that because of this process the earth becomes radiant to outer space.” [Every sense organ has a function not only for us but for the universe.]

“The activity of seeing causes the earth to grow luminous and this makes us part of cosmic space. The processes involved in thinking activity make us part of cosmic time; all that happened before we were born and all that is going to happen after death plays its part in this.” (87, pp. 235-236, précis by RSWB)

29 Aug. 1915

“What we cannot change in a situation is the part the past played in it. The concept of necessity must coalesce with the concept of the past; that is tremendously important. The past inheres in every object and in every creature, constituting the necessity in them; necessity is present in them to an extent corresponding to their past. The necessity that inheres in things does so because it is the recurring past, and what has taken place cannot be dismissed. We can easily picture anything that has become necessity now, for it goes back to a previous event. It happened in the past and now confronts us in a reflected form.

“You can no more change that reflection than you can remove in the mirror a wart on your forehead that you see reflected there; you would have to remove it beforehand. It is equally impossible to make any change in what appears as present necessity, since what appears as necessity now really occurred some time ago. It is past, and now merely shows up in its subsequent reflection. Everything of the nature of necessity in us is of the past and is merely bringing about its reflection in us. Only if people bestir themselves to grasp that the events that took place in the ancient Moon, Sun, and Saturn periods are now reflected in us, and are merely reflections of those ancient events, will they come to understand necessity.” (30, pg. 63)

30 Aug. 1915

“We must be rigorous in adopting the standpoint that necessity inheres in the past; life rules the present.” (30, pg. 72)

4 Sept. 1915

“Just as reflections have no real connection with what they reflect, physical knowledge has nothing to do with what it knows about; it doesn't make anything happen in the physical realm. If we come to see physical knowledge as a matter of a state of consciousness and sense in full awareness how unessential, how superfluous, mirrors are to the objects mirrored, we will understand the soul-mood that envelopes the world of the gnomes. Gnomes are therefor unable to grasp how there can be anything but an ineffectual relationship with this world.

“To be aware of nothing more than a one-time impression is to lack any true conception of a plant, and the same holds true in the case of undines. We picture a plant rightly only if we know it in its various states: first in its root development, then growing a stem, then putting forth leaves, then blossoming, the blossom's wilting, fruits appearing and so on. And there live in the plant, in addition to what it is in and of itself, mobile elemental beings inwardly related to the shaping, rippling, mobile element of water.

“And now we have to realize that the imaginative world into whose life we make our way on evolving beyond the physical plane is an inwardly mobile realm resembling the cloud-world in its metamorphoses, resembling the rippling, flowing element.

“Then we can say that the gnomes live in the world we have abandoned. But now we are living in the realm of the undines, and both for them and for us it is a world of movement.

“In addition to being aware of living in a realm of elemental beings belonging to the plant kingdom and to flowing liquids, we realize something else of a very special nature, something quite strange, namely, that we are becoming part of a rhythm that is involved both in the inner rhythm of the earth and in our breathing rhythm. We acquire the idea that the rhythm of our breathing is inwardly related to the rhythm of the earth. In short, we begin to be really aware that we are part of the whole earth-organism. We really begin to sense our belonging to it. The earth-organism claims us.

“We picture it correctly when we conceive the brain floating in the brain fluid and this fluid extending down the spinal column.

“Now picture this brain fluid rhythmically rising and falling. This fluid with the brain floating in it is involved in rhythmical movement as the diaphragm contracts and expands with the in- and out-movement of the breath, and it is thus involved in the breathing process. Insofar as the brain is its instrument, the whole thought process thus is connected with the breathing process. The brain is thus an extraordinarily sensitive sense organ for the forces continually playing into the earthly realm.” (30, pp. 95-99)

6 Sept. 1915

“We must be quite clear that consciousness preceded existence, that what exists externally had its origin in consciousness, just like what we have in our memories is the first stage of objectification. In the case of beings that developed through the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods it is so far advanced that they have now achieved the solidity of our mountain ranges. Since we are connected with the whole spiritual world, we perceive what the gods thought so long ago.

“It will become clear to you as you think this over how important it is that an objective world emerges from subjective realms. I've often stressed the fact that our memories have to remain intact if we are to maintain ego-consciousness, and the gods had to create a world out of themselves for the same reason. The gods thrust out the entire universe in order to preserve their consciousness, just as we carry memory-images for the period of time since we began remembering. And we human beings thrust out our physical bodies and ether bodies to attain a higher level of consciousness.” (30, pg. 131)

18 Oct. 1915

"Everything that is connected with propagation and with heredity everything that is independent of man in the sense that he cannot penetrate it with his thinking, everything that is the gift of the Moon in the celestial firmament - that, in man, is what has proceeded from the principle of Love permeating the process of propagation and heredity. Hence the violent battle which persists through history, the battle waged by Lucifer and Ahriman against everything that comes from this domain. Lucifer and Ahriman want to force on man the exclusive sovereignty of the head, and they launch their attacks by way of the head against everything that is purely natural affinity. For whatever is hereditary substance on the earth cannot be wrested away by them. What the Moon is in the heavens, heredity is in men on the Earth below.” (31, pg. 89)

References to Rudolf Steiner's Star-Knowledge

R.S.W.Bobbette

References that gave two to five pages of information are italicized, whereas those that gave over five pages of information are in bold type. The titles are listed in the order in which they were reviewed for the survey. To date, an additional 101 books, lecture cycles and lectures have been reviewed that had nothing to offer, directly, to this survey. As an aid to students these are listed alphabetically after the numbered list.

(1) Readings in Goethean Science, 1978, Bio-Dynamic Literature.

(2) An Outline of Occult Science, 1972, Anthroposophic Press.

(3) Foundations of Esotericism, 1983, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(4) At the Gates of Spiritual Science, 1970, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(5) The Occult Significance of Blood, 1967, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(6) The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone, 1983, Anthroposophic Press.

(7) Occult Signs and Symbols, 1972, Anthroposophic Press.

(8) The Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man, 1961, Anthroposophic Press.

(9) The Apocalypse of St. John, 1943, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(10) Universe, Earth and Man, 1987, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(11) Egyptian Myths and Mysteries, 1971, Anthroposophic Press.

(12) The Deed of Christ, 1954, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(13) The Principle of Spiritual Economy, 1986, Anthroposophic Press.

(14) The Spiritual Hierarchies and Their Reflection in the Physical World, 1970, Anthroposophic Press.

(15) Rosicrucian Esotericism, 1978, Anthroposophic Press

(16) The Gospel of St. John and Its Relation to the Other Gospels, 1982, Anthroposophic Press

(17) The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric, 1983, Anthroposophic Press.

(18) The Festivals and Their Meaning, 1981, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(19) Genesis, 1959, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(20) The Spirit in the Realm of Plants, 1978, Mercury Press.

(21) The World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit, 1947, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(22) Reincarnation and Karma, 1960, Anthroposophical Publ. Co.

(23) The Spiritual Beings in the Heavenly Bodies and the Kingdoms of Nature, 1951, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(24) Between Death and Rebirth, 1975, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(25) Life Between Death and Rebirth, 1968, Anthroposophic Press.

(26) The Effects of Spiritual Development, 1945, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(27) Occult Reading and Occult Hearing, 1975, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(28) The Balance in the World and Man: Lucifer and Ahriman, 1948, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(29) An Occult Physiology, 1951, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(30) Chance, Providence and Necessity, 1988, Anthroposophic Press.

(31) The Occult Movement in the Nineteenth Century, 1973, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(32) Inner Impulses of Evolution, 1984, Anthroposophic Press.

(33) The Karma of Materialism, 1985, Anthroposophic Press.

(34) Ancient Myths, 1971, Steiner Book Centre, Inc.

(35) The Challenge of the Times, 1941, Anthroposophic Press.

(36) The Influences of Lucifer and Ahriman, 1954, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(37) Man - Hieroglyph of the Universe, 1972, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(38) Polarities in the Evolution of Mankind, 1987, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(39) Materialism and the Task of Anthroposophy, 1987, Anthroposophic Press.

(40) Man as a Being of Sense and Perception, 1958, Anthroposophical Publ. Co.

(41) The Human Soul in Relation to World Evolution, 1984, Anthroposophic Press.

(42) Planetary Spheres and Their Influence on Man's Life on Earth and in Spiritual Worlds, 1952, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(43) Man and the World of Stars, 1963, Anthroposophic Press.

(44) Health and Illness, Vol. II, 1983, Anthroposophic Press.

(45) Awakening to Community, 1974, Anthroposophic Press.

(46) The Cycle of the Year, 1984, Anthroposophic Press.

(47) Man in the Past, Present and Future, 1966, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(48) The Four Seasons and The Archangels, 1984, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(49) Beekeeping - Nine Lectures on Bees, 1964, Rudolf Steiner Publications.

(50) Agriculture, 1974, Bio-Dynamic Agriculture Assoc.

(51) True and False Paths in Spiritual Investigation, 1969, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(52) The Evolution of the Earth and Man, 1987, Anthroposophic Press.

(53) An Esoteric Cosmology, 1987, Spiritual Science Library.

(54) The Mission of the Folk Souls, 1989, Spiritual Research Editions Series XIII, Garber Communications Inc.

(55) Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age, 1960, Steinerbooks.

(56) Cosmic Memory, 1959, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

(57) Metamorphosis of the Soul; Paths of Experience, Vol. I, 1983, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(58) The East in the Light of the West, 1986, Garber Communications Inc.

(59) The Karma of Untruthfulness, Vol. I, 1988, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(60) The Karma of Untruthfulness, Vol. II, 1992, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(61) Macrocosm and Microcosm, 1968, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(62) The Gospel of St. Matthew, 1965, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(63) Therapeutic Insights: Earthly and Cosmic Laws, 1984, Mercury Press.

(64) Evolution in the Aspect of Realities, 1989, Spiritual Research Editions, Series XXXV, Garber Communications Inc.

(65) Man in the Light of Occultism, Theosophy and Philosophy, 1989, Spiritual Science Library, Garber Communications Inc.

(66) Esoteric Christianity and the Mission of Christian Rosencreutz, 1984, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(67) Human and Cosmic Thought, 1961, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(68) Towards Imagination, 1990, Anthroposophic Press.

(69) Cosmic and Human Metamorphosis, 1989, Spiritual Research Editions, Garber Communications Inc.

(70) Building Stones for an Understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha, 1972, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(71) Geographic Medicine, 1986, Mercury Press.

(72) Earthly Death and Cosmic Life, 1989, Spiritual Research Editions, Garber Communications, Inc.

(73) Three Streams in Human Evolution, 1965, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(74) From Symptom to Reality in Modern History, 1976, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(75) Spiritual Science and Medicine, 1989, Steinerbooks.

(76) The Bridge Between Universal Spirituality and the Physical Constitution of Man, 1958, Anthroposophic Press.

(77) Cosmosophy, Vol. I, 1985, Anthroposophic Press.

(78) The Human Being in Body, Soul and Spirit: Our Relationship to the Earth, 1989, Anthroposophic Press.

(79) The Spiritual Individualities of the Planets, The Golden Blade, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(80) The Evolution of the World and of Humanity, 1989, Spiritual Science Library, Garber Communications, Inc.

(81) Man as Symphony of the Creative Word, 1991, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(82) Mystery Centers, 1989, Spiritual Research Editions, Garber Communications Inc.

(83) Background to the Gospel of St. Mark, 1968, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(84) Reading the Pictures of the Apocalypse, 1993, Anthroposophic Press.

(85) The Mysteries of the East and of Christianity, 19.. Spiritual Science Library, Garber Communications Inc.

(86) Christ and the Spiritual World and the Search for the Holy Grail, 1963, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(87) The Destinies of Individuals and of Nations, 1987, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(88) Self-consciousness; The Spiritual Human Being, 1986, Spiritual Science Library, Garber Communications Inc.

(89) Karmic Relationships, Vol. I, 1972, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(90) Old and New Methods of Initiation, 1991, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(91) The Evolution of Consciousness, 1991, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(92) The Fall of the Spirits of Darkness, 1993, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(93) Curative Education, 1972, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(94) The Michael Mystery, 1984, St. George Publications.

(95) Fundamental of Therapy, 1983, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(96) Karmic Relationships, Vol. II, 1974, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(97) Karmic Relationships, Vol. III, 1977, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(98) Karmic Relationships Vol.. IV, 1983, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(99) Karmic Relationships Vol.. V, 1966, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(100) Karmic Relationships, Vol. VI, 1971, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(101) Karmic Relationships, Vol. VII, 1973, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(102) Karmic Relationships, Vol. VIII, 1975, Rudolf Steiner Press

(103) Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation, 1982, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(104) The Being of Man and His Future Evolution, 1981, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(105) The Riddle of Humanity, 1990, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(106) Pastoral Medicine, 1987, Anthroposophic Press.

(107) Anthroposophy and the Inner Life, 1994, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(108) The Origins of Natural Science, 1985, Anthroposophic Press.

(109) How Can Mankind Find the Christ Again?, 1984, Anthroposophic Press.

(110) Wonders of the World, Ordeals of the Soul, Revelations of the Spirit, 1963, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(111) Angels, 1996, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(112) World History in the Light of Anthroposophy, 1977, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(113) Earthly Knowledge and Heavenly Wisdom, 1991, Anthroposophic Press.

(114) Colour, 1992, Garber Communications Inc.

(115) The Universal Human, 1990, Anthroposophic Press.

(116) Education for Adolescents, 1996, Anthroposophic Press.

(117) The Relation of the Diverse Branches of Natural Science to Astronomy, undated typescript.

(118) Mathematics and Occultism, 1928, Anthroposophical Movement, Vol. V, No. 28.

(119) Planetary and Human Evolution, unpubl. typescript

(120) The Interior of the Earth and Volcanic Eruptions, unpubl. typescript

(121) The Christian Mystery, 1998, Anthroposophic Press.

(122) Popular Occultism, unpubl. typescript.

(123) Myths and Symbols II, unpubl. typescript.

(124) Myths and Symbols IV, unpubl. typescript.

(125) Theosophy of the Rosicrucian, 1966, Rudolf Steiner Press.

(126) On Chaos and Cosmos, unpubl. typescript.

(127) The Theory of Categories, unpubl. typescript.

(128) Problems of the Law of Karma, unpubl. typescript.

(129) Comets and Their Significance for Earthly Existence; Male and Female in the Cosmos. unpubl. Typescript

(130) The Human Soul and the Animal Soul, unpubl. typescript

(131) The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit, unpubl. typescript

(132) The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind, 1925, Anthroposophic Press

(133) The Inner Nature of Man, 1994, Rudolf Steiner Press

(134) Art as Seen in the Light of Mystery Wisdom, 1996, Rudolf Steiner Press

(135) First Scientific Lecture Course, unpubl. typescript

(136) What Has Astronomy to Say About the Origin of the World?, unpubl. typescript

(137) Prophecy - It's Nature and Meaning, 1950, Anthroposophical Publ. Co.

(138) Calendar of the Soul, 1963, Anthroposophical Quarterly, Spring

(139) The Errors of Spiritual Investigation, unpubl. typescript

(140) Perception of the Nature of Thought, unpubl. typescript

(141) The Etheric Body as a Reflection of the Universe, 1940, Anthroposophic News Sheet, #'s 39-42

(142) Rudolf Steiner Speaks to the British, 1998, Rudolf Steiner Press

(143) The Human Heart, 1985, Mercury Press

(144) The Mystery of the Trinity and the Mission of the Spirit, 1991, Anthroposophic Press

(145) From Elephants to Einstein, 1998, Rudolf Steiner Press

(146) The Easter Festival in the Evolution of the Mysteries, 1988, Anthroposophic Press

(147) Sun, Moon and Stars, unpubl. typescript

Steiner lectures & books researched, but with indirect, redundant or no astrological references:

A Modern Art of Education, 1972, Rudolf Steiner Press

Balance in Teaching, 1982, Mercury Press

Boundaries of Natural Science, 1983, Anthroposophic Press

Brotherhood and the Struggle for Existence, unpubl. typescript

Christ and the Human Soul, 1932, Rudolf Steiner Press

Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman, 1978, Anthroposophic Press

Christianity as Mystical Fact, 1947, Anthroposophic Press

Christianity in Human Evolution, 1944, Anthroposophic Press

Community Life, Inner Development, Sexuality and the Spiritual Teacher, 1991, Anthroposophic Press

Concerning the Spirits of Form, Anthroposophic News Sheet, 1936, #38

Creative Speech, 1978, Rudolf Steiner Press

Deeper Secrets of Human History in the Light of the Gospel of St. Matthew, 1957, Rudolf Steiner Press

Discussions with Teachers, 1967, Rudolf Steiner Press

Earthly and Cosmic Man, 1986, Spiritual Science Library, Garber Communications Inc.

Education as a Social Problem, 1969, Anthroposophic Press

Error and Insanity, unpubl. typescript

Esoteric Development, 1982, Anthroposophic Press

Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity, ?, Steiner Book Centre

From Jesus to Christ, 1991, Rudolf Steiner Press

From the History and Contents of the First Section of the Esoteric School 1904 - 1914, 1998, Anthroposophic Press

Fundamentals of Anthroposophical Medicine, 1982, Mercury Press

Good Fortune, It's Reality and Semblance, 1956, Anthroposophical Publ. Co.

Health and Illness, Vol. I, 1981, Anthroposophic Press

History of the Middle Ages Until the Time of the Great Inventions and Discoveries, unpubl. typescript

Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science, 1933, Harry Collison

Ideas for a New Europe, 1992, Rudolf Steiner Press

Initiation, Eternity and the Passing Moment, 1980, Anthroposophic Press

Intervals of the Life On Earth, 1986, Anthroposophy Today, #2, pp. 5-12

Man and the Nature Spirits, 1983, Mercury Press

Man's Being, His Destiny, and World Evolution, 1966, Anthroposophic Press

Medical Training and Anthroposophy, 1962, Free Deeds, Sept.

Metamorphosis of the Soul, Paths of Experience, Vol. II, 1983, Rudolf Steiner Press

Myths and Symbols III, unpubl. typescript

Necessity and Freedom, 1988, Anthroposophic Press

Nutrition and Stimulants, 1991, Bio-Dynamic Literature

Occult Seals and Columns, unpubl. typescript

Olaf Oesteson, the Awakening of the Earth Spirit, Unpubl. Typescript

On Apocalyptic Writings, With Special Reference to the Apocalypse of St. John, unpubl. typescript

Philosophy, Cosmology and Religion, 1984, Anthroposophic Press

Practical Advice to Teachers, 1976, Rudolf Steiner Press

Prayers for Mothers and Children, 1983, Rudolf Steiner Press

Precious Stones and Metals, unpubl. typescript

Pre-Earthly Deeds of Christ, 1947, Rudolf Steiner Publ. Co.

Preparing for the Sixth Epoch, 1957, Anthroposophic Press

Psychoanalysis & Spiritual Psychology, 1990, Anthroposophic Press

Reincarnation and Immortality, 1970, Rudolf Steiner Publ.

Schiller and Our Times, 1933, H. Collison

Secrets of the Threshold, 1987, Anthroposophic Press

Shadow Beings, Phantoms and Demons Created by Man Himself, Anthroposophic News Sheet, 1936, #35,#36, #37.

Soul Economy and Waldorf Education, 1986, Anthroposophic Press

Spiritual Ground of Education, 1989, Spiritual Science Library, Garber Communications

Spiritual Science and Natural Science and Their Connection with the Riddles of Life, 1946, Anthroposophic News Sheet, #'s 7-10

Spiritual Science as a Foundation for Social Forms, 1986, Anthroposophic Press

Supersensible Knowledge, 1987, Anthroposophic Press

The Ahrimanic Deception, 1985, Anthroposophic Press

The Animal Soul. unpubl. typescript

The Apocalypse, unpubl. typescript

The Archangel Michael, His Mission and Ours, 1994, Anthroposophic Press

The Christmas Festival in the Changing Course of Time, 1988, Anthroposophic Press

The Concept of Original Sin and Grace, 1973, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Driving Force of Spiritual Powers in World History, 1972, Steiner Book Centre

The Education of the Child, 1965, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Fifth Gospel, 1968, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Four Human Group Souls, unpubl. typescript

The Forming of Destiny and Life After Death, 1989, Garber Communications

The Four Human Group Souls, unpubl. typescript

The Four Temperaments, 1968, Anthroposophic Press

The Genius of Language, 1995, Anthroposophic Press

The Gospel of St. John, 1940, Anthroposophic Press

The Gospel of St. Luke, 1929, Anthroposophical Publ. Co.

The Gospel of St. Mark, 1986, Anthroposophic Press

The History of Spiritism, Hypnotism and Somnambulism, 1943, Anthroposophic Press, Inc.

The Human Soul and the Animal Soul, unpubl. typescript.

The Human Spirit and the Animal Spirit, unpubl. typescript.

The Karma of Vocation, 1944, Anthroposophic Press

The Kingdom of Childhood, 1995, Anthroposophic Press

The Lord's Prayer, 1970, Anthroposophic Press

The Nature of Eternity, ?, pp. 18-27

The New Spirituality and the Christ Experience of the Twentieth Century, 1988, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Occult Significance of the Bagavad Gita, 1968, Anthroposophic Press

The Origin of Suffering, the Origin of Evil, Illness and Death, 1980, Steiner Book Centre

The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science, Unpubl. Typescript

The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity, 1980, Rudolf Steiner Publ.

The Presence of the Dead on the Spiritual Path,. 1990, Anthroposophic Press

The Redemption of Thinking, 1983, Hodder and Stoughton

The Renewal of the Social Organism, 1985, Anthroposophic Press

The Roots of Education, 1982, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Spiritual Foundation of Morality, ?, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Subconscious Forces, 1946, Anthroposophic News Sheet, #'s 25-30

The Temple Legend, 1985, Rudolf Steiner Press

The Ten Commandments and the Sermon on the Mount, 1978, Anthroposophic Press

The Tension Between East and West, 1983, Anthroposophic Press

The Tree of Life and the Tree of Knowledge, Unpubl. Typescript.

The Wisdom Contained in Ancient Documents and in The Gospels, 1937, Anthroposophic News Sheet, #26,#27,#28 &#29

The Wisdom Contained in Religions, unpubl. typescript.

Theosophy, 1994, Anthroposophic Press

Towards Social Renewal, 1977, Rudolf Steiner Press

Truth and Knowledge, 1981, Rudolf Steiner Publ.

Winter of the Earth and Spiritual Victory of the Sun, 1936, Anthroposophic News Sheet, #'s 51-52

Woman and Society, 1985, Rudolf Steiner Press

World Economy, 1949, Rudolf Steiner Press


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