Studies on the Foundation Stone
Studies on the Foundation Stone Meditation

Studies on the Foundation Stone Meditation

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Studies on the Foundation Stone Meditation

Introduction by George Adams

PART THREE: The Foundation Stone Meditation as Revelation of the True Relationship Between man and Nature

Forward by Valentin Tomberg

  1. The “Stone” of the Foundation Stone Meditation
  2. The Dodecahedric Stone, as Man’s Task and as Hope of the Mineral World
  3. The Work of the “Dodecahedric Stone” and the Future Redemption pf the Mineral Nature
  4. The Work on the Future Redemption of the Plant World
  5. The Work on the Future Redemption of the Animal Kingdom

About the Author

Valentin Tomberg (Feb. 27, 1900–Feb. 24, 1973) was born into a Lutheran family in St. Petersburg, Russia. As an adolescent, he was drawn to the hermetic Martinism of G.O.Mebes, as well as to Theosophy and the mysticism of Eastern Orthodoxy. Tomberg’s mother was killed by looters during the Russian Revolution, after which Valentin and his father fled to Tallinn, Estonia, where Tomberg studied languages and comparative religion at the University of Tartu. As a young man, he was strongly influenced by Vladimir Soloviev and had a personal experience of the Sophia at a cathedral in Holland. In 1925, he joined the Anthroposophical Society, under whose auspices he lectured in Holland and England and wrote on his understanding of the Bible, Anthroposophy, and esoteric Christianity. During World War II, he left the Anthroposophical Society and its internal struggles and converted to Catholicism. In 1948, he moved to England, where he became a translator for the BBC and monitored Soviet broadcasts during the Cold War, while continuing his devotion to meditation practice and further writing on his esoteric insights. In 1960, he retired to Reading near the River Thames. He died while vacationing in Majorca. The best-known work of his later life is Meditations on the Tarot: A Journey into Christian Hermeticism, written anonymously.

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Weight 8 oz
Dimensions 8.5 × 0.1 × 11 in


R.H. Bruce


George Adams




June 1982






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