Two lectures by Rudolf Steiner
St. Gallen, November 15 and 16, 1917 (GA 178)
During medieval times, Vikings journeyed to North America where they studied the forces of illness. Rudolf Steiner explores this little known occurrence and shows the influence of environment and location on human physiology. He also discusses the birth of modern medicine; the Ahrimanic double and the human organism; the roles of wisdom and love in the spiritual world; occult brotherhoods with their traditions of spiritual wisdom; death and the frontiers of knowledge.
Author: Rudolf Steiner
Language: English from German