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- The Imagery of the Goetheanum Windows (Rel. Authors Section) September 15, 2017 E. Weisshaar
- Lectures to the First Class, part 2 (Lectures Section) August 31, 2017 Rudolf Steiner
- Bigger Things Come in Smaller Packages!! (as of 8/20/2017): (Whats Section) August 20, 2017 Rudolf Steiner
“Accumulating information is the first step toward knowledge, sharing information is the first step toward community.” — The e.Librarian
The Rudolf Steiner Archive is our gift to Anthroposophy, the world-wide Anthroposophical Movement in general, and to the Spiritual Community of Man. Here, we offer summaries of Rudolf Steiner’s books translated from the original German to English, a catalogue of Steiner’s holdings, a chronological listing of Steiner’s lectures (over 6000), and most of his books, in German and English, and hundreds of lectures, articles and essays for interested readers to contemplate. If nothing else, the topics covered should make you think — and that is good. This is an ongoing project — there will always be new information presented here. We welcome you to an adventure in Spiritual Science.
Here is a list of the bLogs that are currently hosted at the Rudolf Steiner Archive:
- bLogging at the Archive — about the bLogs here at the Rudolf Steiner Archive.
- Rudolf Steiner Archive — what’s happening at the Rudolf Steiner Archive.
- Now I See … — Anthroposophical Book Reviews on non-anthroposophical Books.
- Fine Arts Presentations — an e.Gallery of painters, sculptors and other artists.
- KnowNews dot Net — where Know News is Good news.
- Spirit Working — Spirit Working in our Daily Lives.
- Goethean Science — science according to Johann Wolfgang von Goethe.
- Goethean Science Discussions — Goethean Science’s new relevance to holistic health and self-healing.
- Star Calendar — becoming familiar with the night sky.
- SoMAMA — Sons of Man – Anthroposophical Motorcycle Association.
- Circle of Light — a World Initiative, by Monica Gold.
- James D. Stewart – personal site for the e.Librarian.