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The First Class of the Michael School

This volume supplements Rudolf Steiner’s First Class Lessons and Mantras: The Michael School Meditative Path in Nineteen Steps (2017). It contains the so-called recapitulation lessons given in various places, including Dornach, from April 3 to September 20, 1924. While the book does not introduce any new mantras, it offers new forms of presenting and explaining many of them. This supplemental ...
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The New Cain

Who was Cain and what does he represent? The first part of this book invites us to revise the traditional, biblical, view of Cain as his brother’s murderer. Rudolf Steiner shows how the original Cain was ready to sacrifice his being to something higher, but this pure impulse was perverted into the desire to murder. Our earthly knowledge has an affinity with the fallen Cain, but there is also a ...
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The First Class Lessons and Mantras

The mantras of the Michael School are, in the truest sense of the word, a path for modern human beings—and indeed not just for our time between birth and death, but even more so for the time after death in the spiritual world. In that world, every soul that has crossed the threshold will experience beings and events that it can comprehend only if it has learned something on Earth about the ...
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Barefoot through Burning Lava

Drawn by the mysterious Mount Etna, Thomas Meyer sets off on a quest to discover the secrets of the Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Stromboli. The Sicilian region is not only famous for the drama of its live volcanoes, but also for its associations with numerous cultural figures, ranging from Cain, Empedocles, Klingsor, and the much-maligned Cagliostro, through to Goethe and Rudolf Steiner. ...
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Milestones

Why was the act of arson that destroyed the first Goetheanum so devastatingly successful in its malicious intent? What was the nature of the poisoning that Rudolf Steiner suffered in 1923? What was the significance of Steiner’s encounter with an unknown Master in 1879, as well as his later meeting with Friedrich Nietzsche on his sickbed? Rather than presenting an accumulation of data, Thomas ...
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In the Sign of Five: 1879-1899-1933-1998-Today

“Spiritual knowledge is not given to us as in ancient times. By spiritual means it must be struggled and striven for against a host of demons.... We must therefore get to know the powers that would cover up and obscure all spiritual knowledge.” (from the preface) “The world seems to be standing within a demonic storm that threatens to overwhelm it,” states T. H. Meyer at the outset of this ...
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The Development of Anthroposophy since Rudolf Steiner's Death

This volume begins with Thomas Meyer's assessment of Anthroposophy's evolution since Rudolf Steiner’s death and its future prospects. He offers an overview of the eighty-seven years of the development of the anthroposophic movement and the Anthroposophical Society, the worldwide organization headquartered in Dornach, Switzerland, since the death of its founder. The Society went through a very ...
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Ludwig Polzer-Hoditz

Thomas Meyer’s major biography of Ludwig Polzer-Hoditz (1869-1945) offers a panoramic view of an exceptional life. One of Rudolf Steiner’s most valued and independent-minded colleagues, Polzer-Hoditz was born in Prague (then in the Austro-Hungarian Empire) to an aristocratic family with royal connections. Leaving behind his background traditions, he would become a key player in Steiner’s ...
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Light for the New Millennium

Containing a wealth of material on a variety of subjects, Light for the New Millennium tells the story of the meeting of two great men and their continuing relationship beyond the threshold of death: Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925)—the seer, scientist of the spirit, and cultural innovator—and Helmuth von Moltke (1848-1916)—a renowned military man, Chief of the General Staff of the German army during ...
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Representative Men

Each individual portrayed in this book may, beyond his unique nature, be considered representative of one or several aspects of human nature and human striving, and for the obstacles such striving must encounter. Goethe displays the struggle for universal moral, scientific, and artistic values throughout lifetimes, bridging and linking whole ages. Nietzsche is perhaps the representative of the ...
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Clairvoyance and Consciousness

"The Tao...is something that was considered a distant goal of the world and humanity, the highest element that human beings carried as a seed within them, and that would one day develop into a fully opened blossom from the innermost depths of human nature." —Rudolf Steiner The recent explosion of spiritual teachings has offered countless paths to clairvoyant and metaphysical states of ...
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When a Stone Begins to Roll

Laurence Oliphant is one of the great unknown personalities of the nineteenth century, and indeed of recent cultural history at large. He was born at Cape Town in 1829 and died near London in 1888. He left behind some twenty books, including novels, travel accounts, and mystical spiritual writings. He was diplomat, traveler, adventurer, writer, and mystic. At the beginning of the 1860s, the ...
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The Bodhisattva Question

According to Eastern tradition, the twelve sublime beings known as bodhisattvas are the great teachers of humanity. One after another, they descend into earthly incarnation until they fulfil their earthly missions. At that point, they rise to buddahood and are no longer obliged to return in a physical form. However, before bodhisattvas becomes a buddhas, they announce the name of their ...
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Rudolf Steiner's Core Mission

Rudolf Steiner’s core mission—repeatedly delayed owing to the a lack of capacity in his colleagues—was to pursue contemporary spiritual-scientific research into the phenomena of reincarnation and karma. This stimulating book describes the winding biographical path of that mission. It focuses in particular on the mystery of Steiner’s connection with the influential medieval philosopher and ...
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