703-661-1594  

Search Titles

Catalog Order

Display Records 1 - 6 of 6

Hermann Beckh

“A University professor, who had been a judge and Orientalist, now became a priest with us. He actively took part in carrying the birth of the new ritual words; he was an expert in the mysteries of language.... An abundance of books came into existence whose significance perhaps will only be properly appreciated in the future.’ —Emil Bock (1959) Hermann Beckh (1875–1937) was a co-founder of The ...
Qty
Paperback
Coming Soon
 - Release: 07/01/2021
$30.00
  Review Order  

Mark's Gospel

Hermann Beckh’s masterful study of Mark’s Gospel offers much more than scholarly arguments. Rather, it is the work of a true visionary who allows his readers to discover the meaning of the Earth and humanity for themselves. Beckh was in the forefront of entirely new kind of research and recovery of the Gospel, writing more for the future than for his own time. It is common for biblical scholars ...
Qty
Paperback
Coming Soon
 - Release: 07/01/2021
$35.00
  Review Order  

The Source of Speech

Hermann Beckh’s lectures on language—published here in English for the first time—offer a unique and penetrating discussion of the origins and evolution of speech. Based on his professional knowledge of Tibetan, Sanskrit, and Pali—as well as complete fluency in at least six other ancient languages and nine modern languages—and accompanied by a heartfelt understanding of Anthroposophy, these ...
Qty
Paperback
In Stock
$22.00
  Review Order  

The Mystery of Musical Creativity

“Beckh ventures into provinces that I have not had the opportunity of investigating myself...” (Rudolf Steiner) Lost for decades, the manuscript of Hermann Beckh’s final lectures on the subject of music present fundamentally new insights into its cosmic origins. Beckh characterizes the qualities of musical development, examines select musical works (that represent for him the peak of human ...
Qty
Paperback
In Stock
$20.00
  Review Order  

Alchymy

As a practicing Christian priest, Hermann Beckh was profoundly aware that the mystery of substance—its transmutation in the cosmos and the human being—is a mystical fact to be approached with the greatest reverence, requiring ever-deepening scholarship and meditation. He viewed chemistry as a worthy but materialistic science, devoid of spirit, whereas the fullness of spiritual–physical nature ...
Qty
Paperback
In Stock
$20.00
  Review Order  

The Two Jesus Boys

The two contradicting genealogies of Jesus in the Gospels have long puzzled biblical scholars. Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual research led him to a controversial theological conclusion—that there were twoJesus boys born into twoholy families. The two boys, he says, were necessary as part of the spiritual preparation of forming a suitable human body for the incarnation of Christ into the earthly ...
Qty
Paperback
In Stock
$19.00
  Review Order  
Display Records 1 - 6 of 6