The Rudolf Steiner Archive recently announced that they now have a bookshop! It’s all online, selling old (seemingly quite underpriced) books by Rudolf Steiner and related authors. They previously only delivered inside the US, but now they ship internationally. If you want to buy books or not, give it a look. They have some very cool stuff and it’s for a good cause as all profits go back into supporting the archive and charity. The quote on the right is how the SOL describes itself. If you’re interested, click the button below.   Read More “Steiner Online Library is a

mission statement (second edition) In these last 10 years, Anthroposophy has almost stagnated, with old and ineffective forms of “marketing” being used by seemingly everyone involved. This has also lead to many people not having the correct spaces to discuss Anthroposophy and the work of Rudolf Steiner, alongside wild and unsubstantiated claims spreading like wildfire, claims of racism and pseudoscience, to name a few. The Rosefolk is a project in pursuit of these five goals;   Present Anthroposophy to those interested, specifically the youth and those interested in spiritual ideas but simply have never came across it before. It will

This question is a very, very big one. Steiner wrote many, many books and gave many, many lectures trying to explain a comprehensive and spiritual-scientific worldview. Obviously to explain it and the methods used to get to the conclusions would be a massive task, and to attempt that would be a whole series of articles in itself, we also understand that lots of Steiner’s work is rendered inaccessible due to wording, formatting, et cetera. So everything considered, (this is a very simplified thing, every single sentence and concept mentioned has hours and hours of content behind it and obviously cannot