Sacramento Faust Branch

a branch of the
Anthroposophical Society in America


Sep 21 2022


7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

100 Years – Rudolf Steiner in 1922/23 – Gayle Davis 7:00 pm IN PERSON

Introduction to the Theme of the Year:

100 Years – Rudolf Steiner in 1922/23

presented by Gayle Davis

Please join us for this first fall meeting.

IN PERSON at 7 pm!!! – NEW TIME!

10030 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, CA

By 1922 Rudolf Steiner had been working publicly for 21 years, producing a dozen books and thousands of lectures. It was the time of his greatest public success, but also of his greatest vulnerability and challenge – including threats on his life. Attacks came from without, but there were also painful divisions and disappointments from within the anthroposophical movement.  Nevertheless, the second half of 1922 witnessed the delivery of major lecture cycles, the near completion of the first Goetheanum, the strengthening of the medical work, a kind of culmination of the youth work, and the founding of the Christian Community. 1922 closed with the tragic burning of the First Goetheanum on New Year’s Eve. Perhaps it is not surprising that Steiner begins the new year 1923 with Awakening to Community and The Mission of the Arts.


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