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  • Andrei O.
    Tarjei, I ve stopped a little bit just to say that I appreciate your efforts to bring about the information on Steiner s biography, which I otherwise would not
    Message 1 of 22 , May 1, 2008
      Tarjei, I've stopped a little bit just to say that I appreciate your efforts to bring about the information on Steiner's biography, which I otherwise would not find.
      Thank you
      Andrei

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      Notes

       

      Abbreviations

      CL       The Course of My Life, by Rudolf Steiner (N.Y., 1951)

      R.        Friedrich Rittelmeyer, Rudolf Steiner Enters my Life

      (Christian Community Press, London. 3rd edition, 1954)

      N.Y.    Anthroposophic Press, New York, or Spring Valley.

      London. Rudolf Steiner Press, London, or it predecessors.

       

      1.         CL chapter 3

      2.         CL chapter 3

      3.         CL chapter 1

      4.         CL chapter 1

      5.         CL chapter 2

      6.         Karmic Relationships, London, 1976. Vol. VIII

      7.         CL chapter 4

      8.         Letter of October 26, 1890, quoted by J. Hemleben in Rudolf Steiner. English edition, Henry Goulden Ltd, East Grinstead, 1975.

      9.         CL chapter 7

      10.       CL chapter 6

      11.       CL chapter 3

      12.       CL chapter 5

      13.       From Symptom to Reality, London, 1976. Lecture 7

      14.       CL chapter 17

      15.       Published by Rudolf Steiner Publications (Englewood, N.J., 1960) under the title Friedrich Nietzsche: Fighter for Freedom. The book contains also the memorial lecture given by Rudolf Steiner in 1900.

      16.       CL chapter 18

      17.       Riddles of Philosophy (N.Y. 1973), p. xvi

      18.       See note 15. The address is pp 201-212, the quotation p. 212

      19.       CL chapter 21

      20.       "Haeckel and his Opponents" in Three Essays on Haeckel and Karma, (London, Theosophical Publishing Co, 1914) pp. 85-87

      21.       Riddles of Philosophy, p. 307. This book is an enlargement, published in 1914, of Conceptions of World and Life in the Nineteenth Century, published in German in 1900.

      22.       Philosophy of Freedom chapter 12

      23.       CL chapter 30

      24.       CL chapter 30

      25.       See note 20. The essay referred to is the third in the book Three Essays on Haeckel and Karma, and is entitled "Haeckel, the Riddle of the Universe, and Theosophy." Reprinted in Two Essays on Haeckel, London, 1935.

      26.       CL chapter 27

      27.       CL chapter 22

      28.       CL chapter 26

      29.       From Symptom to Reality, Lecture 6. See note 13

      30.       CL chapter 27

      31.       From Symptom to Reality, Lecture 6

      32.       Anthroposophical Movement, lectures given in Dornach in 1923. (London: H. Collison), Lecture 3

      33.       Anthroposophical Movement, lecture 1

      34.       Occult Movement in the Nineteenth Century, London, 1973 Lecture 2

      35.       R. pp 56-57

      36.       CL chapter 37

      37.       Guenther Wachsmuth, The Life and Writings of Rudolf Steiner, (New York. Whittier Press, 1955.) This book recounts Steiner's life year by year from 1900 onwards. References will be therefore to years. This first reference is 1907.

      38.       CL chapter 34

      39.       Occult Seals and Columns, (N.Y., 1972) pp. 59-60

      40.       The address is printed in Guidance in Esoteric Training (Lon¬don. 1972), page 88 ff. The quotation from the Basel address of September 22, 1913 was translated from S.R. Coroze, Biographie de Rudolf Steiner, p. 265.

      41.       Quoted in Arild Rosenkrantz, The Goetheanum as a New Impulse in Art. Privately printed, no date. Chapter 2

      42.       Lecture entitled The Architectural Conception of the Goetheanum," Berne, June 21st, 1921, privately printed, available as supplement to German edition of Der Baugedanke des Goetheanum, (Stuttgart: Verlag Freies Geistesleben, 1958).

      43.       This translation has been adapted from that appearing in Wachsmuth, op. cit, note 37, under the year 1914

      44.       These extracts are taken from a section of Belyi's book which appeared in Number 25 and 26 of the Journal for Anthroposophy, Spring and Autumn, 1977 (New York, Anthroposophical Society in America). German version was translated from the Russian original by Svetlana Geier (Basel: Zbinden Verlag).

      45.       R. page 112

      46.       See especially the course given in July and August, 1922 entitled World Economy, 3rd edit. London, 1972.

      47.       Education as a Social Problem, N.Y. 1969, Lecture 4

      48.       F. Hartlieb, The Free Waldorf School at Stuttgart, London, 1928

      49.       Unpublished lecture given at the Annual Meeting of the Anthroposophical Society held in Berlin 19 January 1914

      50.       R. page 134

      51.       Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science, Liestal, Oct. 16, 1916, N.Y. 1938

      52.       See note 37. Wachsmuth, 1921

      53.       See note 32. Anthroposophical Movement, Lecture 7

      54.       Spiritual Science and the Art of Healing, London, 1950, Lecture 1.

      55.       Golden Blade, 1958. Article entitled "Religious Renewal."

      56.       R. pp. 137-38

      57.       Introduction to a collection of prewar Berlin lectures published in German in 1926. English edition (London, 1934) bears title Turning Points in Spiritual History.

      58.       Printed as appendix to lecture given at the Hague November 5, 1922, under title "Concealed Aspects of Human Existence and the Christ Impulse" (N.Y. 1941).

      59.       These letters are incorporated in a book entitled in its most recent edtion (London, 1973) Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts.

      60.       This very brief summary is taken from the slightly less brief summary by Albert Steffen who, as a member of the Vorstand, was permitted to be present. The summary appears in his book Meetings with Rudolf Steiner (Dornach: Verlag Für Schöne Wissenschaften, 1961).

      61.       Golden Blade, 1958. Article by Kurt Magerstädt.

      62.       Karmic Relationships, London, 1975, Volume VII, Lecture 3

      63.       Karmic Relationships, Vol. VIII, Lecture 6

      64.       Golden Blade, 1958. Article "Rudolf Steiner in Holland."

      65.       The Last Address, London, 1967

      66.       See Note 59. Letter # 29, March, 1925

       




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    • elfuncle
      [This index, which is the last part of the book, gives references to page numbers. This will have to be adjusted to anchor-links in the web version. -- T]
      Message 2 of 22 , May 2, 2008
        [This index, which is the last part of the book, gives references to page numbers. This will have to be adjusted to anchor-links in the web version. -- T]


        Index

         

        Adler, Felix, 62

        Adyar, India, 119, 127, 129, 186, 189

        Aeschylus, 163, 178-179

        Age of Light, 330

        Agriculture of Tomorrow (Kolisko) 295

        Ahriman, 155, 196, 203, 229, 256

        influence in 19th century, 117

        influence in modern world, 360-361

        pictured in Group sculpture. 227

        Ahrimanic spirits, 84-85, 240, 348-349

        Akasha Chronicle, 134-136, 140, 145, 150, 284

        Alcyone, 156, 187

        See also Krishnamurti

        anarchism, 86-88. 94

        Anaximander, 162

        Anthea (plant dyes) 205

        Anthroposophical Literary Concern, 317

        Anthroposophical Society (1913)

        and Christian Community, 303-304, 314-315

        founding of, 189-190

        organization of, 314-319

        in postwar period, 277-278, 293,323-329, 327-328

        and Theosophical Society, 115-116, 121-122, 157-158

        and Threefold Movement, 247

        Anthroposophical Society (1923)

        See General Anthroposophical Society

        Anthroposophy and the Human Gemüt, 320

        Anthroposophy: an Introduction, 344, 359

        Anthroposophy, definition of, 126, 359

        Apocalypse, course on (1924), 336, 351

        Appeal to the German People and the Civilized World, 241-242, 244

        Aquinas, Thomas,

        See under Thomas

        Archangels, roles of, in seasons, 320

        See also under separate archangels Aristotle, 58, 177-178

        Arlesheim, 193

        clinic at, 297-298, 339, 354

        Arnhem, 298-299, 346-347

        Art, and Anthroposophy, Chapter 7, passim

        Art, origin of, 171

        Arthur, King, 350-351

        At the Gates of Spiritual Science, 195

        Atlantis, 145

        Austria, 224, 243

        See also Vienna

        Austro-Hungarian Empire, 12, 15

        Autobiography of Rudolf Steiner, characterized, 15. 29-31, 81-82, 136, 140-141,158-159

        last chapters of, 360-361

        See notes for quotations from

         

        Babylonians, 162

        Bach, John Sebastian, 50-51

        Balde, Felix, 18

        Basel, 195, 199

        Bavaria, 13, 15

        See also Munich

        Bayazid II (Sultan) 106

        Beer Hall Putsch, 194, 357

        Belyi, Andrei, 207, 213-217

        Berlin, as anthroposophical center, 190, 210-212

        move of Steiner to (1897) 77

        postwar work in, 356-357

        public lectures in, 75, 222-223, 322

        publishing house in, 322

        theatres in, 92

        University of, 79, 85

        Besant, Annie, 110, 119-120, 124, 126-129,131,156-157, 168-170, 187-189, 283

        Bhagavad Gita, 210

        Biodynamic Agriculture, 8, 338, 341-343

        Bismarck, Otto von, 13

        Blavatksky, H.P., 110-111, 116-122, 128, 157, 187, 283

        Bock, Emil, 300, 358

        Boehme, Jakob, 2, 18

        Bölsche, Wilhelm, 107

        Bolshevik Revolution, 230, 240, 248

        Bolsheviks (Treaty of Rapallo), 288

        Boos, Roman, 242, 245-246

        Brandes. Georg, 64

        Brest-Litovsk, Treaty of, 232

        Brethren of the Common Life, 106

        Brockdorff, Countess, 123, 127, 132

        Bruckner, Anton, 307

        Brunn am Gebirge, 31

        Brussels, Steiner's visit to (1902), 112

        Buddha, Gautama, 131, 133

        Buddhism, and Theosophy, 131

        Bugayev, Boris, See Belyi, Andrei

         

        Camphill Movement, 341

        capillary dynamolysis, 295

        "Children in Need of Special Care of the Soul," 339

        Children of Lucifer (Schuré ), 170-171

        Christ and the Human Soul, 150, 159

        Christ and the Spiritual World, 150

        Christ, baptism of, 151-152, 196

        temptation of, 83

        See also Mystery of Golgotha

        Christ Impulse, 3, 89-90. 256, 271

        Christian Community, 150, 300, 303-304, 314-315, 337, 351, 358

        Christianity, and Anthroposophy, 133, 137, 146, 197

        and Theosophy, 122, 283

        Christianity as Mystical Fact, 89-90, 132¬133, 141, 147-148

        Christmas Conference (1923) 182, 322, 324-325, 327-330, 331 n, 334-335, 349, 351, 359

        See also General Anthroposophical Society

        clairvoyance, loss of, in course of history, 4-6, 146

        of Rudolf Steiner, 17-18, 24, 56, 63-64, 136, 310, 362

        Clinical Therapeutical Institute, (Arlesheim), 297-298, 339, 354

        Coblenz, 220

        Collison, Harry, 222, 316-317

        Comte, Auguste, 1

        Concept and Percept, discussion of, 57-58

        Communism, in postwar Germany, 286

        See also Bolshevik Revolution

        consciousness soul, 105, 143, 200, 224, 235, 301, 324-325

        defined, 164 n, 166

        Consecration of Man, Act of (Christian Community), 301-303

        Copernicus, 105

        Corvinus, Matthias, 106

        Cosmic Memory, 140

        Cosmology, Philosophy and Religion, 307

        Cotta World Literature Library, 56

        Curative Education, 37-38, 338-341

        Cycle of the Year, The, 319-320

         

        Darmstadt, 293-294

        Darwin, Charles, 1, 19, 116

        Darwinism, 19, 42, 71, 73

        Dornach, 194-195, 202, 205, 316, 322

        buildings of, 273-274

        contrast with Stuttgart, 266

        Steiner's first view of, 192

        See also Chapter 8, passim

        Dreyfus Affair, 94, 104

        Druids, 322

        Dual Monarchy, 13-14, 243

        dualism, 72

         

        Earthly Death and Cosmic Life, 212, 240

        East in the Light of the West, 171

        Ebert, Friedrich, 286

        Education as a Social Problem, 256-257

        Education of the Child in the Light of Anthroposophy, 253-254

        Egypt, Ancient, 162-163, 178, 203

        Eisner, Kurt, 244, 288

        Elberfeld, 305

        Eleusis, Sacred Drama of, 165-166, 172, 191

        Ephesus, Mysteries of, 162

        Erzberger, Matthias, 288

        Esoteric Cosmology, An, 138

        Essentials of Education, The, 335

        Estella, in Steiner's drama, 173-174, 176

        Etheric Formative Forces in Cosmos, Earth and Man (Wachsmuth) 294

        Ethical Culture Society, 62

        Ethical Individualism, 60-62, 73, 87-90

        Ethics and Practice of Medicine, 336

        Eunike, Anna, 54, 87, 91-92, 97-99, 104, 130

        Euripides, 179

        Eurythmy, 167, 172, 288, 290, 293,. 321, 333, 335, 356-358

        beginnings of, 180-185

        Eurythmy as Visible Song, 335

        Eurythmy as Visible Speech, 335

        Evangelists, initiation of, 148

        See also under individual evangelists

        Evolution of the World and of Humanity, 321

        Evolution, Steiner on, 75-76

         

         

        Faust (Goethe), 41, 48, 167, 222, 224, 309

        Festivals, role of, 319-320, 344

        Fichte, I. H., l l l

        Fichte, J. G., 39, 55, 111, 128, 167-168, 223-224

        Fifth Gospel, The, 150, 152-153, 196, 284

        Foch, Marshal Ferdinand, 288

        Foundation Stone, First Goetheanum, 195¬197, 206, 329

        Christmas, 1923, 197, 327, 329-330, 331n

        Fourteen Points, 241, 246

        Francis Ferdinand, Archduke, 15

        Free Academy (Berlin), 107, 113

        Free Anthroposophical Society, 317

        Free Corps, 286

        Free Literary Society (Berlin), 92

        freedom, Steiner's view of, 58-63, 102-103

        French Revolution, 235

        Friedenau, 91

        Friedrich Nietzsche: a Battler Against his Time, 64, 67

        From Buddha to Christ (lecture to The Kommenden) 108. 126

        projected lecture at Genoa, 157-158

        From Jesus to Christ, 150, 188

        From Symptom to Reality in Modern History, 240

        For quotations from, see notes

        Fundamentals of a Theory of Cognition with Special Reference to Fichte's Scientific

        Teaching, 55

        Fundamentals of Therapy, 297, 349

         

        Gabriel, Archangel, 270, 320

        General Anthroposophical Society (1923), 8. 29, 141, 279, 325-330, 358

        karmic relationships of, 346-347, 351

        national societies in, 317-318, 328, 343

        Newsletter of, 343

        Vorstand of, 326, 340, 343

        General Knowledge of Man as a Basis for Pedogogy (Study of Man), 277

        geometrical drawing, 23, 25, 27

        geometry, Steiner's interest in, 20-23, 40

        German Workers' Party, 287

        Germany, opposition to Steiner in, 305

        postwar conditions in, 277, 281, 285-287, 322

        role of, as viewed by Steiner, 224-225, 241-243

        Giordano, Bruno, 107, 131

        Giordano Bruno Bund, 81, 97, 107-109, 112-114,126,129-131

        Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, on Art and Nature, 180-181, 200

        color theory of, 41-42, 53, 205

        Faust of, See Faust (Goethe)

        Green Snake and Beautiful Lily of, 46-47 93, 122

        and idealism, 223-224

        influence on Steiner of, 48-49

        metamorphosis of plants, 41-42, 202-203

        and reincarnation, 143

        Steiner's studies on, 2, 39, 41-43, 46-48, 52-53

        theory of knowledge of, 78

        and urpflanze, 43, 47

        world conception of, 44-45, 53, 78, 90, 126

        Goethe Archives, 50, 52-53, 76-78

        Goethe as the Founder of a New Science of Aesthetics, 49-50, 160

        Goethe Society (Vienna), 160

        (Weimar) 79

        Goethe the Scientist, 44-45

        Goethean thinking, 234

        Goetheanum, First, building of, 8, 15, 173 185,194-195,198-209,222,226,273-274, 279

        burning of, 290-293, 303-304, 308-312, 314

        financing of, 313-314

        first use of, 274-275

        intimacy of, 323

        metamorphosis in, 202-203

        problems presented by, 275-276

        sculpture in, 202-203, 357

        Goetheanum, Second, 200, 279, 293, 309, 322-323, 356

        Goetheanum, Das, 343, 359

        Goethe's Conception of the World, 46, 48, 56, 90, 226

        Goethe's Secret Revelation, 93-99, 122

        Golgotha, Mystery of, See Mystery of Golgotha

        Gospel of St. John in Relation to the Other Gospels, 150

        Gospels, Steiner's lectures on, 148-149

        See also under names of evangelists

        Gothic churches, 201

        Grail, Knights of the, 350

        Greek temples, 201

        Greek tragedy, 177-179

        See also under Mysteries

        Griensteidl Cafe, 31

        Grimm, Hermann, 53, 62, 79

        Grossheintz, Dr., 192-193

        Grossheintz, Frau, 193-194

        Group, carving of, 226-228, 273, 354, 363

         

        Haeckel, Ernst, 19, 68, 70-76, 85, 107-109, III, 128, 132

        Haeckel and his Opponents, 71

        Hahnemann Medical College, 343

        Harnack, Adolf, 111

        Hartleben, Otto Erich, 79-80, 85, 93

        Hartlieb, F., 263-265

        Hartmann, Eduard von, 51, 60-63, 63n

        Hegel, G. W. F. 39-40, 128, 167-168, 223

        Helsingfors, 210

        Heraclitus, 162

        Hesse, Hermann, 242

        Hierarchies, Spiritual, 83-84

        Hiscia Institute, 298

        Hitler, Adolf. 194, 225. 243, 277, 287. 292, 357

        "homeless ones," 121-123

        House, Colonel E. M., 228

        Hübbe-Schleiden, Dr., 169

        Human Values in Education, 267

        Hungary, 12, 106

         

        Ilkley, 320

        In the Changed Conditions of the Times, 240

        Ingersoll, Robert, 111

        Inner Life of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth, The, 211

        intellectual soul, 143, 224

        intermaxillary jawbone, 44

        Inzersdorf, 28, 31

         

        Jacobowski, Ludwig, 97, 99, 108, 126

        Jesus of Nazareth, 151-153, 196

        Johannesbau, 194

        Johannes, in Steiner dramas, 176

        John, Apocalypse of, 149-150, 168, 336, 351

        apostle, 147-148

        Gospel of, 133, 147-150

        Prologue to, 183

        journalism, and Anthroposophy, 289-290

         

        Kali Yuga, 66, 74, 154, 271, 330-331

        Kamaloca, 144, 154-155, 211

        Kant, Immanuel, 25-26, 34, 55-57, 60-61

        Kappstein, Theodore, 107

        Karl, Emperor of Austria-Hungary, 228, 231-232

        karma, 143, 154-155

        and illness, 337-338

        lectures on, (1924),344-345,349-350,353

        Karmic Relationships, 345-347, 350

        Keightley, Bertram, 128

        Kepler, Johannes, 105

        Keyserling, Count Karl von, 341

        King Arthur's Castle, 343, 349-350

        Kingdom of Childhood, The, 267, 334-335, 349

        Knowledge of Higher Worlds: How is it Attained?, 31-32, 83, 134, 139-142, 144-145, 187. 226

        Koberwitz, 340-341, 345

        Koguski, Felix, 18, 20, 28

        Kolisko, Elizabeth, 295, 342

        Kolisko, Dr. Eugen, 295

        Kommenden, Die, 97, 99, 108, 126

        König, Dr. Karl, 341

        Kraljevec, 13

        Krishnamurti (Alcyone), 126, 129, 156, 170, 187

        Kuhlmann, Richard von, 232

        Kürschner, Joseph, 41, 43

         

        Lauenstein, 339

        Lazarus, 126, 132-133, 147

        Leadbeater, Charles, 128, 169-170, 187

        Leading Thoughts, 359-360

        League of Nations, 271

        Lehmann-Russböldt, Otto, 114

        Leibniz, G.W., 128

        Lemuria, 145

        Lenin, 239-240

        Lerchenfeld, Count Otto, 230-232, 239, 241, 246

        Lessing, G.E., 143

        "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity," 235

        Liebnecht, Wilhelm, 96

        Life Between Death and Rebirth in Relation to Cosmic Facts, 211

        Life, Nature and Cultivation of Anthroposophy, The, 344

        Liszt, Franz, 50

        Lodge, Sir Oliver, 117

        Loyola, Ignatius, 18,8

        Lucas Clinic, 298

        Lucifer, 84, 227, 360

        Luke, St., Gospel of, 150

        Lutyens, Lady, 189

        Luzifer-Gnosis, 95, 129, 134, 139-140, 144, 241, 253

         

        Mackay, J.H., 86-88, 90, 94

        Maeterlinck, Maurice, 93

        Magazine for Literature, 79-80, 85-95, 104, 122-123, 130, 139, 252

        Magyar language, 14

        Man as Symphony of the Creative Word, 320, 322

        Man in Relation to the World of Stars, 308

        Maria, in Steiner's dramas, 175

        Mark, St., Gospel of, 150, 152, 185, 191-192

        Marx, Karl, 1, 96, 116

        Marxism, Steiner's view of, 247-248

        Maryon, Edith, 209, 227, 273, 326, 357

        "Masters," and H.P. Blavatsky, 118

        materialism, scientific (monism), 1, 9, 45, 109, 111-112, 117,270-271

        Matthew, St., Gospel of, 150

        Max, Prince of Baden, 223

        Mayreder, Rosa, 33-34, 51

        Mead, G.R.S., 128

        Merlin, 350

        Michael, Archangel, 270-271, 276-277

        and Anthroposophical Society, 347, 354

        archangel of autumn, 320

        meditation on, 354

        as time spirit, 330, 349, 360

        Michael Hall School, 267

        Michael Mystery, The, 333

        Medicine, and Anthroposophy, 296-299

        Memorandum of 1917, 231-233, 246

        Merejkovsky, Dmitri, 138

        Minski, 138

        Mission of the Archangel Michael, 271

        Mission of Folk Souls, 223

        Moedling, 13

        monism, 72-74

        Molt, Emil, 242, 245, 250-251, 254-255 258, 269

        Moltke, Colonel-General Helmut von, 219-221, 288

        Moltke, Frau von, 219

        Monism and Theosophy (lecture by Steiner), 97, 109-114, 129-130

        money, and Threefold Order, 249-250, 255

        moral imagination, inspiration, intuition, 59

        Movement for Religious Renewal, 284, 299-301,314-315

        Muecke, Johanna, 96, 100-102, 104-105, 113, 322

        Munich, as anthroposophical center, 15

        assassination attempt in, 281, 290, 305

        as projected site for Goetheanum, 190 191, 193-195

        Soviet Republic of, 244

        theosophical work in, 170

        See also Mystery Dramas, Theosophical Congress (1907)

        Mysteries, Greek, 162-165, 168, 179

        Mysteries of the East and of Christianity, 210

        Mystery Centers, 4, 324-325

        Mystery dramas of Rudolf Steiner, 171-181, 189, 192, 197, 199

        Mystery Knowledge and Mystery Centres, 324-325

        Mystery of Golgotha, defined, 89

        as fulcrum of world evolution, 146-147, 157, 360

        as fuflfillment of Mysteries, 325

        influence of, on Steiner's dramas, 179

        Mysticism at the Dawn of the Modern Age (Eleven European Mystics), 89, 123, 132

         

        National Socialism, 267-268, 285-288

        nations, role of, in Steiner's thought, 223-224,238

        Neudörfl, 14, 20-22, 27

        Newton, Isaac, theory of color of, 41-42

        Nietzsche, Friedrich, 1, 56, 60, 64-70, 76

        Steiner's book on, 132

        Steiner's lectures on, 108, 123

        Noll, Dr. Ludwig, 297, 356

        nutrition, 342

         

        Occult Movements in the Nineteenth Century, 116, 118, 125

        Steiner's lectures on, 125

        Occult Physiology, 296

        Occultists, traditional, attitude to Steiner of, 284

        Olcott, Col. Henry Steele, 118-120, 127, 129

        Old Saturn, Old Sun, Old Moon, 145

        Olympic Games, 162

        Outline of Occult Science, An, 74, 140, 142, 145-146

         

        Palmer, Dr. Otto, 298

        Passy, 137-138

        Pastoral Medicine, 296, 336-337, 352-353

        Paul, St., 152, 154, 210

        Penmaenmawr, 321, 323, 347, 349

        Percept and Concept, discussion of, 57-58. 82-83

        See also Philosophy of Freedom

        Pfeiffer, Ehrenfried, 294-295, 341-343

        philology, Steiner's attitude toward. 52-53, 78-79

        Philosophy of Freedom, 83, 87-90, 95, 103, 109, 140

        and Christ Impulse, 3, 89-90

        content of, 56-63

        freedom in, See under freedom

        publication of, 61-62, 74

        purpose of, 60-63

        second edition of, 94, 226

        title of, why used, 59-60

        writing of, 34, 46, 49, 51, 55-56, 58

        and youth, 306

        Pindar, 162

        Plato, 55, 162-163

        Polzer-Hoditz, Count Ludwig, 231-232, 239

        Pottschach, 13, 16

        Practical Course for Teachers, 258

        Prussia, unification of Germany by, 13

         

        Radegunde, 34-37

        Rapallo, Treaty of, 288

        Raphael, Archangel, 320

        Rathenau, Walther, 288

        Redemption, doctrine of, 154-155, 284

        Redemption of Thinking, The, 90

        reincarnation, 143-144,154

        and Christianity, 284

        and medicine, 336-338

        Reuter, Gabrielle, 34, 54, 87, 242

        Riddle of Man, The, 140, 226

        Riddles of Philosophy, The (Conceptions of the World and of Life in the Nineteenth

        Century), 3, 68, 72, 74, 140, 225-226

        Riddles of the Soul, The, 140, 226, 233

        Right and Wrong Use of Esoteric Knowledge, The, 285

        "rights-bodies," 238-240

        Rittelmeyer, Friedrich, 148-150, 152-153 249, 280-282, 300-303, 307, 358

        Road to Self-Knowledge, A, 140

        Roots of Education, The, 334

        Rosicrucianism and Modern Initiation, 325

        Rostock, University of, 49, 55-56

        Rudolph, A. A., 92, 96-100, 104, 110, 112-113, 130

        Russian Revolution of February, 1917, 229-230

         

        Sachs and Wolff agency, 279-280, 305

        Sacred Drama of Eleusis (Schurf), See under Eleusis

        Sanskrit, use of by Steiner, 142-144

        Savitch, Marie, 167

        Scheidemann, Philipp, 244

        Schelling, F. W. J., 39, 128, 167-168, 223

        Schiller, Friedrich, 43

        School for the Science of Spirit, 295-296, 326-329, 335, and Chapter 13,

        passim

        Schopenhauer, Artur, 1, 60, 65

        Schramm. Heinrich, 22-23

        Schreinerei, 209, 226, 273, 276, 312, 327, 329

        Schröer, Karl Julius, 41-42, 50, 54, 353

        Schuré, Edouard, 124, 138, 156, 163 165 167, 170-172, 191, 222, 307

        Second Coming, 153-154

        Secret Brotherhoods, 285, 348

        Secret Doctrine, The, 118, 121, 170

        sentient soul, 143, 224

        Serbia, 15

        Shakespeare, William, 177, 267

        Sievers, Marie von (Marie Steiner), as actress, 166, 180

        and eurythmy, 163, 185

        first visit to Dornach of, 192

        and Luzifer-Gnosis, 95

        marriage to Rudolf Steiner, 218-219

        as organizer, 129, 136, 167

        publishing work of, 130, 139

        and speech, 167

        as theosophist, 124-125, 127-128

        at Theosophical Congress, London, 110

        translator of Schuré, 166

        See also Steiner, Marie

        Sinnest, A.P., 120

        Smits, Lory, 183-185, 192

        Social Democratic Party (Germany), 96, 98, 100, 102

        Social Order, Steiner's conceptions of, 229, 234-240

        Solomon, 151

        Sonnenhof, 336, 339

        Sophia, in Steiner's drama. 173-174, 176

        Sophie, Grand Duchess of Saxony, 50

        Specht, Frau, 74

        Specht, Ladislas, 37

        Specht, Otto, 37-39, 51

        Speech and Drama Course, 92, 335-336, 351-352

        Speech, anthroposophical development of, 166-167,180-181

        Spirit of Fichte Present in our Midst, The, 223

        Spiritual Communion of Mankind, The, 308

        Spiritual Ground of Education, The, 267

        Spiritual Science and Medicine, 296-297

        spiritualism, 110-111, 113

        in England, 348

        as materialism, 117-118

        Stages of Higher Knowledge, 140

        Star of the East, Order of, 156-157, 187-188

        Steffen, Albert, 276, 303, 356

        Stein, Heinrich von, 55

        Steiner, Johann, 14, 16

        Steiner, Marie (Marie von Sievers), on compassion, 217

        and eurythmy, 226, 290, 293, 321, 333, 358

        after Goetheanum fire, 312

        during last days of Rudolf Steiner, 356, 358, 361

        letters of Rudolf Steiner to, 353

        member of executive committee, 316

        at Penmaenmawr, 321

        on private interviews, 333-334

        and publishing, 322

        as Section leader, 335

        and speech, 258. 275-276, 290, 335, 351

        as writer, 305

        See also Sievers, Marie von

        Steiner, Rudolf, passim

        clairvoyance of, See under clairvoyance

        postwar opposition to, 282-293

        Stimer, Max, 60, 87, 224

        Stratford-on-Avon, 267, 305

        Strauss, Richard, 306

        Study of Man, 257-258

        Stuttgart, 15, 190, 311, 315-316, 318, 324

        anthroposophists in, 255

        contrast with Dornach, 266

        educational lectures in, 256

        Threefold movement in, 245, 250-251

        See also Waldorf School in Stuttgart

        Sumerians, 162

        Supersensible Man, 320

        Suphan, Bernard, 50

        Swedenborg, Emanuel, 2

        Switzerland, neutrality of, 221-222

         

        Thales of Miletus, 162

        Theory of Knowledge Implicit in Goethe's World Conception, 46, 49, 54

        Theosophical Society, 118-120, 123-124, 283, 292, 316

        Berlin Lodge of, 124-126

        Congresses of, 1902 (London), 110, 114, 127, 132

        1906 (Paris), 137-138, 156

        1907 (Munich), 156, 159, 164-169 1909 (Budapest), 170

        1911 (scheduled for Genoa), 157, 188

        English Section of, 128

        German Section of, 115, 120, 125-126, 129-130, 137, 146, 158, 186-190

        separation from by Anthroposophical Society, 186-190

        Theosophy, 111, 113-116, 119, 121

        and Christianity, 122, 146-147, 156-157, 283

        See also Theosophical Society

        Theosophy (book), 141-142, 211

        Thomas Aquinas, 58, 89-90, 109

        Threefold Commonwealth, The (Three-fold Social Order), 12, 140.242-243, 243n

        Movement, 231-240, 244-245, 263, 269, 272, 279, 282, 285, 287, 315

        Threefold human organism, 233-234, 236, 272, 298, 342

        Threshold of the Spiritual World, The, 140

        Tintagel, 347, 349-350

        Torquay, 347-349

        Towards Social Renewal, 140, 243n

        True and False Paths in Spiritual Investigation, 348-349

        Truth and Science, 55, 60

        Truths in the Evolution of Man and Humanity, 230

        Tucker, Benjamin, 86, 88

        Turgenieff, Assya, 204, 207-209

        Turner, J. W., 205

        Typesetters and Printers Union (Berlin), 105

         

        Ukrainians, 232

        Union for the Threefold Social Order, 246

        United States, military government of, 268

        Uriel, Archangel, 320

        urpflanze, 43, 47

         

        Vedanta philosophy, 113

        Versailles, Treaty of, 244, 286

        Vienna, Chapter 3. passim

        postwar, 278„ 306-307

        Steiner's studies in, 16, 18-19, 28, 31

        as world capital, 12

        Vienna Institute of Technology, 28, 33, 39¬41, 49, 252

         

        Wachsmuth, Guenther, 113, 291, 294-295, 321, 323, 333, 341, 349, 356, 358-359

        Wagner, Richard, Lohengrin of, 51

        Waldorf-Astoria tobacco factory, 245, 250, 262

        Waldorf School in the Hague, 267-268

        Waldorf School in Stuttgart, 8, 251, 253, 258, 265, 272, 279, 287, 315

        class structure of, 262

        Hartlieb's description of, 263-265

        Nazis' closing of, 268

        Waldorf Schools as world movement, 8

        Waller, Mieta, 180

        Ways to a New Style of Architecture, 209

        Wegman, Dr. Ita, 297-299, 335-336, 339, 348-349,351,353-354,356-357, 361-362

        Weimar, 34. 50-51,91, 190

        See also Chapter 4, passim

        Weimar Constitution, 244

        Weleda, 298

        Wheel of Rebirth, 133

        Whewell, William, 42

        Whitsuntide Festival: its Place in the Study of Karma, 344

        Wiener-Neustadt, 14, 22, 26-27

        Wiertz, Antoine, 112

        Wigman, Mary, 288

        Wilhelm I, Kaiser, 13

        Wilhelm II, Kaiser, 77, 220-221, 225, 243¬244

        Wille, Bruno, 107

        Wilson, Michael, 59

        Wilson, President Woodrow, 228-229, 231, 239, 241-242, 246

        Woloschin, Margarita, 182-184, 204-205

        "Word," dangers to, 166-167

        Working Men's College (Berlin), 96, 99-100, 103-104, 108, 112, 123, 247-248

        (London), 96

        World History in the Light of Anthroposophy, 325

        World War I, 219, 221, 228, and Chapter 9, passim

        Württemberg, 13, 15, 245, 250, 256, 263, 315

        See also Stuttgart

         

        Yoga, 9

        Youth Course, 305-306

         

        Zeylmans van Emmichoven, Dr., F. W., 346-347,352-353

        Zola, Emile, 94, 104

        Zurich, Threefold Movement in, 246

         

      • elfuncle
        ... efforts to bring about the information on Steiner s biography, which I otherwise would not find. I m glad it s appreciated. It s important, I think, not
        Message 3 of 22 , May 2, 2008
          --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "Andrei O."
          <amail4andrei@...> wrote:
          >
          > Tarjei, I've stopped a little bit just to say that I appreciate your
          efforts to bring about the information on Steiner's biography, which I
          otherwise would not find.

          I'm glad it's appreciated. It's important, I think, not only to make
          all of the Doctor's works available on the web in their entirety, but
          also the biographies of his life and work -- a topic that has been
          attempted falsified by hole-pundits who are practicing historical
          revisionism, and little clever mistranslations in quoted texts, with
          Steiner and Anthroposophy as special target for selective indignation.

          Tarjei
        • elfuncle
          I ve put the book on my own website while it s being worked over by James for the Rudolf Steiner Archive: http://uncletaz.com/easton/ The Archive has a
          Message 4 of 22 , May 3, 2008
            I've put the book on my own website while it's being worked over by
            James for the Rudolf Steiner Archive:

            http://uncletaz.com/easton/

            The Archive has a searchable index-system that makes the index at the
            end of the book superfluous, so I'm skipping that bit.

            Notes 55 and 65 are missing from the text (chapters 11 and 13-14). The
            asterisk notes have been handled in a somewhat clumsy way, but James
            has a better solution for the Archive.

            Tarjei
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