Anthroposophical Society

Anthroposophical Society, General Anthroposophical Society

“The Anthroposophical Society was founded on December 28, 1912 in Cologne, Germany, with about 3000 members. Central to this founding was Rudolf Steiner, who acted as an advisor and lecturer. The members of its original Executive Council were Marie von Sivers, Michael Bauer, and Carl Unger. The Society was re-founded as the General Anthroposophical Society in 1923/4 in Dornach, Switzerland. It includes an esoteric School of Spiritual Science.”—; see Rudolf Steiner, Marie von Sivers, Michael Bauer, Carl Unger, School of Spiritual Science.


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