The Spiritual Event of the Twentieth Century: An Imagination : the Occult Significance of the 12 Years from 1933-45 in the Light of Spiritual Science

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Temple Lodge Publishing, 1996 - Religion - 70 pages
Jesaiah Ben-Aharon is a co-founder of the anthroposophical kibbutz Harduf, in which diverse initiatives are linked together in new social and economic forms. In 1986 he was invited to teach Rudolf Steiner's educational ideas in a teacher training college in Tel-Aviv.

Through attempting to utilize and unite the spiritual paths in his research, Jesaiah Ben-Aharon was led to concentrate on the beginning of the second third of this century, especially the 12 years 1933-45. This period can be said to encompass the Spiritual Event of the Twentieth Century. Through c comprehending this event, we may gain the courage needed to renew and enliven anthroposophy as "the universal human language of our age."

 

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Contents

Foreword to the Second Edition
1
Rudolf Steiners Indications
18
The Rebirth of Anthroposophy
49
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Ben-Aharon is the founder of Harduf, an intentional Kibbutz community, and cofounder of Activists for Israeli Civil Society and the Global Network for Threefolding, both dedicated to the practice of social threefolding in Israel and the world. Dr. Ben-Aharon received his doctorate in philosophy from Haifa University. He writes and lectures on artistic, scientific, spiritual and contemporary issues in Israel, the U.S. and Europe.

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