Archive for the ‘Reviews’ Category

Psychism, Analysis of Things Existing; Essays, by Paul Gibier, MD, is published by ForgottenBooks.com. Forgotten Books, from the London-based publisher, Dalton House, “…utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings.” The books can be read on-line, downloaded as a PDF, or purchased in print. Psychism was originally published in the third edition […]

Saturday, December 22nd, 2018 at 06:56 | Comments Off on Psychism, Analysis of Things Existing; Essays

Finding Atlantis, A True Story of Genius, Madness, and an Extraordinary Quest for a Lost World, by David King. Published by Three Rivers Press, an Imprint of the Crown Publishing Group, New York, 2005. Finding Atlantis is a 309-page book about Olof Rudbeck (Swedish, 1630-1702). The author writes that when Rudbeck was around the age […]

Wednesday, November 21st, 2018 at 10:23 | Comments Off on Finding Atlantis

  The Shadow of Atlantis, by Colonel A. Braghin (Aleksandr Pavlovich Bragin, 1878-1942), was first published in the United States by E.P. Dutton & Co., Inc., New York, in 1940. According to the WorldCat online library, The Shadow of Atlantis has been published from 1938 to 1997 in 25 editions and in five languages, English, […]

Sunday, October 21st, 2018 at 13:08 | Comments Off on The Shadow of Atlantis

The Silent Road, in the Light of Personal Experience, by Wellesley Tudor Pole. Published by Neville Spearman, The C.W. Daniel Company, LTD, Great Britain, 1960-1987. Wellesley Tudor Pole, 1884-1968, was 76 years old when The Silent Road was published in 1960. The initial publication was followed by a series of five impressions, the last made […]

Friday, September 21st, 2018 at 12:54 | Comments Off on The Silent Road
Categories: Biography, Religion, Reviews

Four Lectures by Rudolf Steiner, given in Berlin, January 1914. Published by the Rudolf Steiner Press, 1961. Reprinted in 1991, and in 2015 with a revised translation by Charles Davy. The note at the beginning of the book regarding the need for specialized anthroposophical knowledge is discouraging for general readers. It would be better to […]

Sunday, August 19th, 2018 at 13:44 | Comments Off on Human and Cosmic Thought