Sacramento Faust Branch

a branch of the
Anthroposophical Society in America

Date

Dec 07 2022
Ongoing...

Time

PST
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Cynthia Hoven – Study: The Michael Mysteries, Dec. 28, 1924: “A Christmas Contemplation: The Mystery of the Logos.” – In person 7:00 pm

Cynthia Hoven  Study – The Michael Mysteries #14, Given Dec. 28, 1924: “A Christmas Contemplation: The Mystery of the Logos.” 

In person 7:00 PM at The Christian Community, 10030 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, CA

No Charge – Donations Welcome!

FALL STUDIES

Beginning in February, 1924, Rudolf Steiner wrote weekly essays which were sent to communities worldwide in the newssheet “What is happening in the Anthroposophical Society: Newsletter for the Members”. His intention was to weave together the anthroposophical work by uniting people in common study material. Each essay was accompanied by a collection of meditative thoughts, now called “Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts.”

While the first essays detailed the deeper nature of the human being and our relationship to the spiritual hierarchies, beginning on August 17, the letters began to focus on the archangel Michael and his sacred relationship to the Christ. These later essays, most of which were written by Steiner from his sick bed, may be considered his final bequest to humanity. They are collected under the title “The Michael Mystery.”

Our Faust Branch took up the study of these essays last year and will continue them this fall. You may read or download these at (Free-will donations are always encouraged to support the archives project.) https://rsarchive.org/Books/GA026/English/APC1956/GA026_index.html.

Cynthia Hoven, M.A. – Eurythmist. Cynthia was core faculty at RSC for nearly 30 years, teaching eurythmy and lecturing on anthroposophical topics. She has given workshops in China and Taiwan, directs the Waldorf Teacher Training in Guatemala and offers online courses in eurythmy and anthroposophy.

We appreciate your support of the ongoing work of The Faust Branch in making these offerings available. Admission for lectures: Faust Branch members $5, non-members $10, Supporting Faust Branch members and Donors no fee. Special circumstances are considered. No one excluded for lack of funds. Admission fees may be made via PayPal on our website Faustbranch.org or by check to Sacramento Faust Branch and mailed to Treasurer Carol Nordaas, 7620 Woodglen Drive, Fair Oaks, CA 95628.

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