And the Earth Becomes a Sun

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And the Earth Becomes a Sun: The Mystery of the Resurrection

In the transformation of the physical body through Christ, the seed for the future spiritualization of the world was laid, and through the re-creation of the phantom, the human “I” finds redemption. The appearance of the young man at the grave (Mark 14:51-52) is testimony to the cosmic process in which the Earth will gradually be transformed into a new sun. The connection of Christ to the Earth’s aura during the period of darkness on Golgotha established the basis through which people ever since then can always find him during their earthly lives. By Christ going through death, something meaningful was given to the world, not only for humanity, but also for the gods, the hierarchies.

This new publication is a continuation of the book written by Sergei O. Prokofieff, The Mystery of the Resurrection in the Light of Anthroposophy (2008). In studying Rudolf Steiner’s work, many questions arise that warrant further research, whereas Steiner only suggests a direction in which the subject may be carried forward. This can be seen especially in the field of anthroposophic Christology. When researching this subject, the many questions that arise can lead to being confronted by conundrums. However, studying the work again later, such seemingly impossible questions may suddenly become clear, resulting in completely new and surprising perspectives. Some of these new perspectives will be found in this volume.

This book is a translation from German of Und die Erde wird zur Sonne. Zum Mysterium der Auferstehung (Arlesheim, Switzerland: Verlag Ita Wegman Instituts, 2012).

C O N T E N T S:

Foreword

I. The Divine and Human Aspects of Christ Jesus—the Son of God and the Son of Man

The Earthly and the Heavenly Meal
The Five Agape Organs of the Resurrection Body
Three Stages in the Perceiving of the Resurrection Body—by John, Paul and the Other Disciples

II. The Sun Mystery of the Last Supper

The Last Supper and the Future Mysteries of Mankind
The Mystery of the Ebionite Stream
The Last Supper and the Three Stages of the Mystery of Golgotha
The Last Supper in accordance with the Rite of Melchizedek (a philological study)

III. The Blood of the Grail and its Esoteric Significance

The Path to the Resurrection Body

IV. The Cross on Golgotha and the World Tree

The Awakening of Lazarus

V. The Appearance of the Dead in the Gospel of St. Matthew

VI. The Cosmic Destiny of Evil

Eternal Goodness and the Objective Limits of Evil
The Second Mystery of Golgotha and the Knowledge of Evil
The Fourfold Nature of Evil and the Paths towards its Overcoming, followed by Paul, John and Rudolf Steiner

VII. The Fifth Gospel and the Present Knowledge of Christ

Rudolf Steiner and the Influence of the Nathan Soul

Appendix

Answers to Questions raised regarding the Book The Mystery of the Resurrection in the Light of Anthroposophy

About the Author

Sergei O. Prokofieff (1954-2014) was born in Moscow, where he studied fine arts and painting at the Moscow School of Art. At an early age he encountered the work of Rudolf Steiner and quickly realized that his life would be dedicated to the Christian path of esoteric knowledge. He wrote his first book, Rudolf Steiner and the Founding of the New Mysteries, while living in Soviet Russia, and it was published in English in 1994. After the fall of Communism, he helped establish the Anthroposophical Society in Russia. In 2001, he became a member of the Executive Council of the General Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum in Switzerland. More than 30 of his books have been translated into English. Sergei Prokofieff passed away in Dornach, Switzerland.

Additional information

Weight 54 oz
Dimensions 6.5 × 2 × 9.5 in
Author

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Translator

Simon Blaxland-de Lange

ISBN13

9780946206773

Published

January 2015

Format

Hardbound

Pages

576

Publisher

Wynstones Press

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