Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib

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Sketch of Rudolf Steiner lecturing at the East-West Conference in Vienna, Austria, June, 1922.
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The Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib:

Awakening
Anthroposophy
in the World ...


The publishing initiative of The e.Lib, Inc. has just published a new book:

 
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Anthroposophical Fantasies
by Roberto Fox
as told to Frank Thomas Smith


Rudolf Steiner Publications presents a First Edition conglomeration of thirteen stories by that rogue anthroposophist, Roberto Fox! Roberto says of his work:

“Anthroposophy, also known as Spiritual Science, is not known for fantastic literature, or fiction at all. So how can stories with titles like ‘Life on Mars,’ or ‘The Girl in the Floppy Hat,’ or ‘To Hunt a Nazi’ qualify as anthroposophical. They do not ... until now. Therefore, this book is groundbreaking. You may smile at times, even laugh; other stories may cause a lump in your throat, perhaps even a tear or two. Oh, and by the way, fundamentalists are advised not to partake of this fantastical frosting on their anthroposophical cake.”

Here, then, are thirteen — ‘A Streetcar Named Karma’ and twelve others — provocative, groundbreaking fictional tales for anthroposophists, and really anyone, to enjoy. You can find this gem at Amazon.com in both Paperback and Kindle editions. And, you can read the Kindle edition for free if you join Kindle Unlimited image!

The Paperback edition is here: https://amzn.to/2Hcv2RO and
 the Kindle edition is here: https://amzn.to/33JLm6c.

RUDOLF STEINER ARCHIVE & e.LIB


 

With servers in virtually every country, the Rudolf Steiner Archive & e.Lib is truly a World-wide presence for the Anthroposophical Movement. Whether you're a seasoned follower of the philosophy of Rudolf Steiner or someone coming here for the first time, this site will challange your thinking and allow you to experience the world from a different point of view ... it's the same ... only different!

Start with The Basics (see the top of the left-hand menu) and then move on to other topics that may pique your interest. There are 28 books, hundreds of articles and essays, and over 6,700 lectures that Rudolf Steiner gave to the world. You'll find some good things to get going with the items below:





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Rudolf Steiner Audio

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Visit this site where you can find most written works by Steiner and many of his lecture series' available as free, MP3 audio book downloads. Selections are recorded and read by Dale Brunsvold.

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Read about Kindle at the Archive



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