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SEAT OF THE SOUL, THE
Rudolf Steiner’s Seven Planetary Seals
A Biological Perspective
• Yvan Rioux
‘There is one temple in the Universe and it is the body of Man.’ – Novalis
SECRETS OF ESOTERIC CHRISTIANITY
The Two Marys, the Two Families of Jesus, and the Incarnation of Christ
• Gilbert Childs
For many years theologians have agonized over the contradictory accounts of the birth of Jesus as given in the Gospels of Luke and Matthew. How can they be reconciled, given their utterly different nature and contents? Demonstrating a remarkably erudite approach and authoritative knowledge of biblical sources and other primary texts, Gilbert Childs throws new light on arcane disputes by revealing some of the secrets of esoteric Christianity - in particular the mystery of the two Marys and the two families of Jesus. Such secrets, including the meaning of the 'virginal conception', have lain hidden and protected in Mystery Centres and by initiates over the ages, although in modern times they can be spoken of openly.
SECRETS OF THE STATIONS OF THE CROSS AND THE GRAIL BLOOD
The Mystery of Transformation
• Judith von Halle
The contents of this volume have arisen from my own spiritual experience, and do not represent any kind of hypothesis or speculation, except where I expressly say that I am unable to make any definitive statement about a particular event or set of circumstances...
SEXUALITY, PARTNERSHIP AND MARRIAGE
from a Spiritual Perspective
• Wolfgang Gädeke
Sexuality, partnership and marriage present us with some of the most difficult challenges and questions of our time. With society's attitudes in constant flux, some of these questions appear to be almost unanswerable. What is a healthy relationship? What role should a partner - whether male or female - play? How should sexuality play into a relationship? Are marriage and monogamy still relevant in the twenty-first century?
Civil Society, Cultural Power and Threefolding
• Nicanor Perlas
‘Nicanor Perlas has written a brilliant exposition of a new viewpoint in social theory and practice, one that applies to all of us in our everyday lives.’ — Paul H. Ray, author of The Cultural Creatives
SOPHIA MYSTERY IN OUR TIME, THE
The Birth of Imagination
• Mario Betti
"The confrontation with evil manifests as a battle taking place on many levels, the outcome of which lies in the hands of each one of us alive today. The most important requisite is the creating of a space within us in which a new consciousness, the Imagination, will gradually be able to arise. Much in the future depends on whether a sufficient number of people succeed in reaching this level of experience..." - Maria Betti
SOURCE OF SPEECH, THE
Word, Language and the Origin of Speech – From Indology to Anthroposophy
• Hermann Beckh
‘An abundance of books [by Beckh] came into existence whose significance perhaps will only be properly appreciated in the future.’ – Emil Bock (1959)
SOURCES OF INSPIRATION OF ANTHROPOSOPHY
• Sigismund von Gleich
CHRIST - POWERS OF KARMA - MICHAEL - THE GRAIL - SOPHIA.
SPEAKING WITH ANGELS
Life Lessons from the Angelic World
• Iris Paxino
‘If you wish to learn, you may learn. I go now and will come again. And yet I am always with you.’
SPIRITUAL EVENT OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY, THE
The Occult Significance of the 12 Years 1933-45 in the Light of Spiritual Science
• Jesaiah Ben-Aharon
Utilizing spiritual-scientific research methods, Jesaiah Ben-Aharon gives an astonishing first-hand testimony of Rudolf Steiner's declarations regarding the new Christ Revelation, and offers his own findings on the Spiritual Event of the Twentieth Century. Based on occult Imaginative consciousness, he gives a unique account of events which took place in the spiritual world during the war and turmoil on earth in the period 1933-45. His words have a particular significance for an understanding of the work of the grouping of souls which the seer and spiritual teacher Rudolf Steiner called the 'Michael School'.
SPIRITUAL FOUNDATIONS OF BEEKEEPING, THE
• Iwer Thor Lorenzen
The honey bee has lived in close association with human beings for millennia. Tragically, however, humanity’s once intimate connection with this unique creature has been harmed by our increasingly utilitarian and exploitative dealings with the natural world. We are now in urgent need of re-establishing a deeper relationship, not just for the sake of the bees themselves but for the whole of nature – and of course for ourselves.
SPIRITUAL ORIGINS OF EASTERN EUROPE AND THE FUTURE MYSTERIES OF THE HOLY GRAIL, THE
• Sergei O. Prokofieff
‘And however paradoxical it may seem today, the “Grail mood” is in the fullest sense to be found in Russia. And the future role that Russia will play in the sixth post-Atlantean epoch... rests firmly upon this unconquerable “Grail mood” in the Russian people.’ – Rudolf Steiner
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE IN THE 21ST CENTURY
Transforming Evil, Meeting the Other, and Awakening to the Global Initiation of Humanity
• Yeshayahu Ben-Aharon
With love, humour and brilliant insight, Ben-Aharon addresses some of the most critical questions of our age, ranging from artificial intelligence and global politics to education and postmodern philosophy. Although tackling diverse subject-matter, this accessible anthology – delivered initially as lectures in locations as contrasting as New York, Oslo and Munich – features a coherent inner rhythm. With his lively and intense presentation, the speaker invites us to share and participate in the creative process and the dynamic activity of incarnating new ideas – indeed, to awaken to the very Spirit of our Time.
SPIRITUAL SCIENCE IN THE THIRD MILLENNIUM
Intellectuality Versus Anthroposophy
• Pietro Archiati
Can there be such a thing as spiritual science today? Should faith and spirit remain as purely private concerns – or, as traditionally, preserves of the Church? When Rudolf Steiner founded anthroposophy in the early twentieth century, his intention was to create a fundamentally scientific approach to the spirit. His basic works detail methods for developing spiritual consciousness, allowing the individual to replicate the results of his research. This key aspect distinguishes anthroposophy from the wealth of spiritual teachings, sects, cults and religions within the modern cultural milieu. But did Steiner fail in his endeavour to build a scientific path to spiritual knowledge? Is anthroposophy just another ‘theory’ based on intellectual thought, to be analysed and dismissed?
The Behaviour of Pathological Entities in Illness and Healing and the Relationship between Human Beings and Animals
From Polarity to Triunity
• Are Thoresen
‘I wrote this book out of the needs I see at the present time. I see diseases being translocated to others – humans or animals – despite the good intentions of many therapists or doctors. The diseases are translocated because they do not exist in energetic patterns, but as expressions of spiritual beings. Energy and energy-patterns only exist in the physical world, but in the spiritual world there are only spiritual beings.’