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World History and the Mysteries in the Light of Anthroposophy: 9 Lectures by Rudolf Steiner Paperback – 3 Nov 1997

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HASH(0x941a7a50) out of 5 stars Essential Steiner reading 13 Jun. 2014
By Diana Haynes - Published on Amazon.com
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This book is invaluable for understanding the spiritual beings behind world events. Steiner traces human and spiritual evolution in partnership through the ages with focus on key individualities. A lot of original material in this lecture series including karmic development through lifetimes. A must read for the serious student of Steiner.
HASH(0x940e55b8) out of 5 stars I suppose my opinion is pretty obvious. These are the evening lectures given to ... 20 May 2016
By Dale Brunsvold - Published on Amazon.com
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As a person who is very much a student of the spiritual research of Dr. Rudolf Steiner, I suppose my opinion is pretty obvious. These are the evening lectures given to those gathered together to inaugurate the General Anthroposophical Society with Steiner, for the first time in the history of anthroposophy, as its president.
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