Aelzina Books

At Aelzina Books we are proud to offer original translations of works by Rudolf Steiner, as well as related authors.

Viral illness

and Epidemics in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

Edited and Translated by Daniel Hindes

Collected in this book are all of Rudolf Steiner’s statements on viral illnesses and epidemics. Spanning over forty years and arranged in chronological order, these extended excerpts are drawn from 35 separate volumes of the Collected Works. Several of these statements have never before been published in English. Newly translated from the latest German editions, they serve as an invaluable resource for anyone interested in exploring Steiner’s views on health and illness in relation to pathogens and infectious diseases.

Vril

Regarded by many as Bulwer-Lytton’s best novel, Vril: The Power of The Coming Race is a powerful novel that fired the imagination of readers starting in the 1870’s. Among the earliest examples of what would become the genre of science fiction, among many authors it influenced H. G. Wells, Samuel Butler, and Edgar Rice Burroughs. The theme has certain echos witht he work of Rudolf Steiner.

Viral Illness and Epidemics in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

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Viral Illness and Epidemics in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

Collected in this book are all of Rudolf Steiner’s statements on viral illnesses and epidemics. Spanning over forty years and arranged in chronological order, these extended excerpts are drawn from 35 separate volumes of the Collected Works. Several of these statements have never before been published in English. Newly translated from the latest German editions, they serve as an invaluable resource for anyone interested in exploring Steiner’s views on health and illness in relation to pathogens and infectious diseases.

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131 Pages

About Rudolf Steiner

The multifaceted genius of Rudolf Steiner defies easy categorization. Trained as a scientist, he earned a PhD in philosophy, but spent the second half of his adult life as a lecturer on spirituality. His efforts among Theosophists was to merge the Western esoteric tradition with Eastern wisdom. His worldview he termed anthroposophy.

In addition to lecturing on spirituality he wrote and directed plays, designed buildings, founded a new movement art he called Eurythmy, painted, sculpted, consulted at a medical clinic, founded an educational reform movement (the Waldorf schools) and pioneered organic agriculture.

The 360 volumes of his Collected Works includes 28 books, 14 volumes of collected essays, and 318 volumes of lecture transcriptions and reconstructions. At present roughly 40% of this has been translated to English.

Other Books

You can get an idea of human nature only when you can see the relationship of the individual human being to the whole cosmos.

Rudolf Steiner

Seek the truly practical life, but seek it in such a way that it does not blind you to the spirit working in it. Seek the spirit, but seek it not out of spiritual greed, but so that you may apply it in the genuinely practical life.

Rudolf Steiner

Reverence awakens in the soul a sympathetic power through which we attract qualities in the beings around us, which would otherwise remain concealed.

Rudolf Steiner