Michael Letter No. 9
FALL STUDIES WITH RONALD KOETZSCH
In person at The Christian Community, 10030 Fair Oaks Blvd, Fair Oaks, CA
Beginning in February, 1924, Rudolf Steiner wrote weekly essays which were sent to communities worldwide in the news-sheet “What is Happening in the Anthroposophical Society: Newsletter for the Members.” His intention was to weave together the anthroposophical work by uniting people in common study material. Each essay was accompanied by a collection of meditative thoughts, now called “Anthroposophical Leading Thoughts.”
While the first essays detailed the deeper nature of the human being and our relationship to the spiritual hierarchies, beginning on August 17, the letters began to focus on the Archangel Michael and his sacred relationship to the Christ. These later essays, most of which were written by Steiner from his sick bed, may be considered his final bequest to humanity. They are collected under the title “The Michael Mystery.”
Our Faust Branch took up the study of these essays last year and will continue them this fall. You may read or download these at https://rsarchive.org/Books/GA026/English/APC1956/GA026_index.html.