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The Mystery of the Resurrection in the Light of Anthroposophy

April 2010
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  • Publisher
    Temple Lodge Publishing
  • Published
    19th April 2010
  • ISBN 9781906999124
  • Language English
  • Pages 224 pp.
  • Size 6" x 9"

“We live today at a time when the full mystery of the Resurrection body can become manifest to human beings out of the inspirations of Michael.... This was accomplished by Rudolf Steiner not just in a theoretical sense but also practically, and came about through the establishing of a path, accessible to all human beings, which leads to a union with the forces of the Resurrection body.”

Sergei Prokofieff approaches the deepest mysteries of the Turning Point of Time (the Christ event) through Rudolf Steiner’s spiritual research. At its heart stands the question of the restoration of the “phantom” of the physical body and its transformation into the resurrected body of Christ through the Mystery of Golgotha. The author draws a broad and differentiated picture of the tasks and possibilities that the Easter event—as well as Ascension and Pentecost—present, both for the individual and humanity.

The final chapter considers the mystery of Easter Saturday, through which the two polar aspects of the Mystery of Golgotha—death and resurrection—interconnect, also explaining the relationship between the Earth Spirit and the interior of the Earth. An appendix tackles the phenomenon of stigmatization from a spiritual-scientific perspective.

C O N T E N T S:


1. The Mystery of Golgotha and Spiritual Communion
Various kinds of Communion

2. Easter, Ascension, and Whitsun in the Light of Anthroposophy
The Inner Relationship between Easter, Ascension, and Whitsun

3. The Resurrection and the Interior of the Earth
Regarding the Relationship of the Earth Spirit to the Interior of the Earth

Appendix: The Forces of the Phantom and Stigmatization
Addendum: Responses to Questions

Sergei O. Prokofieff

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.