A History of the School of Spiritual Science: The First Class

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Temple Lodge Publishing, 2006 - History - 271 pages
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The School of Spiritual Science, founded by Rudolf Steiner, was to have three classes, but only the First Class was instituted before Steiner's death in 1925. This book provides an overview of the First Class' development, from it roots in the early esotericism, while Steiner was still in the Theosophical Society, to the period following the WWII.
  

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Contents

Introduction
1
Early esotericism
7
The attempt made in 1911
13
Developments up to the Second World War
41
The first mediators
67
Between free rendering and reading aloudHow can
133
A brief look at developments after the Second World War
149
membership cards
163
Diary entries by Albert Steffen concerning his talk with
178
Adolf Arenson
191
Harry Collison to Marie Steiner
207
Ludwig Polzer to the Council
212
George Kaufmann to Montague Wheeler
229
Harry Collison to Marie Steiner
242
Friedwart Bock
260
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