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Rudolph Steiner – Arch Aether Mage

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Rudolph Steiner – Arch Aether Mage

“There are no limits to human knowledge”

Rudolph Steiner lived those words as his life’s work of over 300 volumes ranging from medicine, to biodynamic farming to dance to eduction will attest. Steiner awoke early and joined with the theosophists before breaking away to follow a more ethically aligned path. Steiner believed all knowledge should be shared, that their were no classes or tiers to confine human knowledge to.

Steiner believed that the matters of the spirit were primary and worked to give western man a western way into the matters of the spirit that the eastern schools had enjoyed for so long.

Steiner believed that the matters of the spirit were primary and worked to give western man a western way into the matters of the spirit that the eastern schools had enjoyed for so long.

A true natural scientist, Steiner rejected mechanism and mysticism as both being equally damaging to true consciousness. Steiner believed that with the right meditative training anyone could achieve the very highest levels of consciousness.

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Geothe was the rebel scientist and naturalist that was so far ahead of his time that he had to switch to writing fiction to get his idea's across. He was one of Rudolph Steiner's heroes and rightfully so.

Geothe was the rebel scientist and naturalist that was so far ahead of his time that he had to switch to writing fiction to get his idea’s across. He was one of Rudolph Steiner’s heroes and rightfully so.

Steiner honored Goethe by writing many volumes about his works and he also named the first building he designed after him, the famed Goetheanum.

Steiner honored Goethe by writing many volumes about his works and he also named the first building he designed after him, the famed Goetheanum.

 

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