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The Apocalypse of St. John

Die Apokalypse des Johannes

Rudolf Steiner
(Given 1908; Bn 104; GA 104; CW 104)

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In this early cycle of lectures, Steiner unlocks with spiritual fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation. He shows that the Apocalypse of St. John with its picture-language can help us decipher the book of destiny.

Content (selection):

  • The Apocalypse as a representation of the Christian initiation
  • The first and second seal image
  • The letters to the seven churches
  • The seven seals and their revelation
  • The development of man and the earth. The Twenty-Four Elders and the Glass Sea
  • The Mystery of Golgotha
  • Woman, clothed in the sun. The beast with the seven heads and ten horns
  • The seven states of consciousness, life, and form.
  • The Number 666, Sorat, the Sun Daemon
  • The Fall of Babylon, and the Marriage of the Lamb.
  • The New Jerusalem. Michael defeats the dragon
  • The first and second death
  • The origin of the Apocalypse

Known Publications:

  • Die Apokalypse des Johannes, German language editions: 1979, 1985. ISBN 3-7274-1040-X,
  • The Apocalypse, copyright 1925, the Anthroposophical Society of Great Britain
  • The Apocalypse of St. John, copyright 1943, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, Anthroposophic Press
  • The Apocalypse of St. John, copyright 1958, Anthroposophical Publishing Company, London, translated by M. Cotterell
  • The Apocalypse of St. John, copyright 1977, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, translated by Johanna Collis
  • The Apocalypse of St. John, ISBN 0-88010-131-8,, copyright 1985, Rudolf Steiner Press, London, translated by Johanna Collis


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The Apocalypse of St. John

Book Cover Image In this early cycle of lectures, Steiner unlocks with spiritual fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation. He shows that the Apocalypse of St. John with its picture-language can help us decipher the book of destiny. This edition was revised in 1958 by M. Cotterell. The introductory lecture is published in English translation for the first time.
  

  

      




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