Fire Borne : Anthroposophy in America - Jean W. Yeager

Fire Borne

Anthroposophy in America

By: Jean W. Yeager, James D. Stewart (Editor)

Paperback | 15 January 2023

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FIRE BORNE tells the story of the Anthroposophical Society, a small spiritual group inspired by Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925), and "daughter movements," like Waldorf Education, Biodynamics, RSF Social Finance, Arts, Camphill Villages, Medical/Therapeutic Centers, Publishers, etc. This book is a timeline, starting in 1886, that shows not only the major and minor happenings within the Anthroposophical Movement, but also what was happening at that same time throughout the World. This timeline, is a richly illustrated history of the results of the work which this small group achieved in fighting the culture wars over its first century in America.

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