The First Waldorf Basement (was: The burning of the First Goetheanum)
- Stewart Easton tells us:
> Frau Grossheintz in a memoir published some years later was toThat's the Goetheanum Basement, folks, that later became the worldwide
> describe how to everyone's surprise Rudolf Steiner stayed on in
> Dornach for some time after he had first seen the site and examined
> the entire area, including even the underground grottos to be found in
> the neighborhood of Arlesheim.
system of Waldorf Basements that we've heard about from the Waldorf
Basement files, originally discovered by Sharon Lombard and later
elaborated by Theodor Grekenquist.
Imagine that, some of them original Waldorf Basement kids may still be
alive today in their nineties, still trapped down there and so
adjusted to utter darkness that some of the younger ones those who
survived daring escapes from various Waldorf basements in other
countries, fled straight to the Abyss where they became constipated
Hole Dwellers (because then they were no longer being medicated with
anthroposophical and homeopathic organic laxatives).