Aelzina Books Catalog

Our Titles: Books published by Aelzina, in reverse chronological order.

Viral Illness and Epidemics in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

THE CURRICULUM OF THE FIRST WALDORF SCHOOL

CAROLINE VON HEYDEBRAND

Edited and Translated by Daniel Hindes

This volume is an extremely useful historical resource for people looking to understand the Waldorf curriculum more deeply. Caroline von Heydebrand was one of the first Waldorf teachers. Present from the inception of the first school, she attended the teacher preparation run by Rudolf Steiner himself, was a class teacher from the day the school opened, and was active on the core faculty—what we in the English-speaking world know as the college of teachers—for over a decade. In later years, she became an active mentor and teacher trainer.

Vaccination in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

Vaccination in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

Edited and Translated by Daniel Hindes

Collected in this book are all of Rudolf Steiner’s statements on vaccination. Spanning over twenty five years, these extended excerpts are drawn from 16 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 the topic of vaccination.

Viral Illness and Epidemics in the Work of Rudolf Steiner

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

Vril: The Power of the Coming Race

Edward Bulwer-Lytton

The great Victorian novelist Sir Edward Bulwer-Lytton has left his mark on Western culture in numerous ways. His many novels continue to be enjoyed over a hundred years after they were first released to the public.

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 book tells the story of a young American adventurer who discovers a portal to an underground world at the bottom of a mine shaft. In this world lives a highly advanced race, with a dark secret.