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      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
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        --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, "Andrei O."
        <amail4andrei@...> wrote:
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        > 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
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          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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