Dawn of a New Age
This is the story of a personal student of Rudolf Steiner. He was also the founder of Wala Pharmaceutical Company, which bases its research and medicines largely on the foundation of Steiner's work. Hauschka's autobiography presents his recollections of the great teacher Steiner along with numerous insights into the importance of his spiritual science for today.
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