The Anthroposophic Movement: Eight Lectures Given in Dornach, 10-17 June 1923
An all-encompassing review by Steiner of how the anthroposophic movement came into existence -- leading to the establishment of the Anthroposophical Society. This book is an important work for those interested in the history of and impulse behind the anthroposophic movement; for those seeking insights into an important stage in the history of the Mysteries; and for those who wish to know more of the life and philosophy of Rudolf Steiner.
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Lecture Two Dornach 11 June 1923
Lecture Three Dornach 12 June 1923
Lecture Four Dornach 13 June 1923
THE DECLINE OF THE THEOSOPHICAL
Lecture Six Dornach 15 June 1923
Lecture Eight Dornach 17 June 1923
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