Following World War II, Emil Bock lectured widely on Rudolf Steiner, and, during the course of his research, he uncovered many unknown aspects of Steiner s life. This book, the second of two volumes, explores themes and ideas in Steiner s work, as well as the nature of destiny.
Topics covered in this comprehensive study include the early years of Jesus; the Christmas festival; the movement away from the Theosophical Society to form the Anthroposophical Society; and many more themes and events. Emil Bock also examines the people surrounding Steiner at that time and, drawing on Steiner s views of karma and reincarnation, reveals interesting parallels with Rome, Byzantium, Ephesus, and the Grail Castle.
Also available: "The Life and Times of Rudolf Steiner: Volume 1: People and Places.""
The Life and Times of Rudolf Steiner
Origin and Growth of His Insights