On Mechanical Occultism
This “introductory lecture” was given at a members’ meeting in Wiesbaden, 1963
“It is essential to consider not only the statements of spiritual-scientific research on this subject, but to relate them to what science has to tell us in the field of mechanisms.”
Printed in Mitteilungen aus der Anthroposophischen Arbeit in Deutschland nos. 68–69, 1964, from which the present translation has been made by permission of Dr. Unger and of the editors of Mitteilungen.
Referenced Books & Lectures:
- In the Changed Conditions of the Times (CW 186)
- First Scientific Lecture Course (CW 320)
- The Transcendental Universe
- Awake! For the Sake of the Future (CW 220)
- Keely’s Secrets | Keely and His Discoveries
- The Occult Movement in the Nineteenth Century (CW 254)
- Secret Doctrine
- The Soul’s Awakening
- Esoteric Christianity
- Secret Brotherhoods
About the Author
Georg Unger was the head of the Department of Mathematics and Astronomy at the Goetheanum Dornach. Born in Stuttgart, Germany, he was a pupil of the first Waldorf School. His publications range from the epistemological foundations of mathematics and physics to symptomatic discussions of developments in the field of science.
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