The Karma of Untruthfulness, Volume Two (Lectures Section)

Out of his research into the spiritual impulses of human evolution, Steiner reveals the dominant role secret brotherhoods played in the events culminating in World War One, and warns that the retarding forces of nationalism must be overcome if Europe is to find its new destiny. He emphasizes the urgent need for a new social structure to emerge out of the insight of spiritual science if humanity is to progress into the future with confidence. This volume is a continuation of Karma of Untruthfulness, Volume One.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA174/English/RSP1992/KarUn2_index.html

The Seeds of Future Worlds (Lectures Section)

In the Lectures Section of the Rudolf Steiner Archive: The Seeds of Future Worlds, by Rudolf Steiner.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/FutWld_index.html

The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity (Stebbing) (Books Section)

The Philosophy of Spiritual Activity demonstrates the fact of freedom – the ability to think and act independently – as a possibility for modern consciousness. Read properly, it leads the reader to the experience of presence or living thinking – new thinking – by which all human activity may be renewed.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Books/GA004/English/RSPI1963/GA004_index.html

The Gospel of St. John (Basle) (Lectures Section)

Eight of twenty-two lectures from the lecture series entitled, Human Development and Cognition of Christ. Published in German as, Menschheitsentwickelung und Christus-Erkenntnis. Theosophie und Rosenkreutzertum. Das Johannes-Evangelium.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA100/English/LR1942/GoJonB_index.html

European Spiritual Life in the 19th Century (Lectures Section)

This lecture series consists of the first two lectures in the cycle of six lectures entitled, Natural Science and Human History since Ancient Times. Published in German as, Die Naturwissenschaft und die Weltgeschichtliche Entwickelung der Menschheit Seit dem Altertum. They were given at Dornach in mid-May, 1921. From a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer. Presented here with the kind permission of the Philosophisch-Anthroposophischer Verlag, Dornach, Switzerland. English translation by permission of H. Collison.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA325/English/PAV1933/DevTht_index.html

Christ and the Spiritual World: The Search for the Holy Grail (Lectures Section)

Steiner examines the historical pattern of humanity’s thoughts and spiritual development in its search for the meaning of existence. He discusses the Sibyls, Zarathustra, astrology in Egypt, the poets and philosophers in Greece and Rome, and the Hebrew prophets. These lectures culminate in the esoteric background to the Parsival story and the Holy Grail, and a discussion of how to behold the picture of the Holy Grail by reading the stellar script in the sky at Easter.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/ChrSpiWld/ChrWld_index.html

The Riddle of Humanity (Lectures Section)

In these lectures, Steiner adds new insights to his earlier discussions of topics such as the evolution and development of our physical body, our senses, and our relationship to the cosmos. Based on his thorough spiritual research, Steiner’s view of the human being and the significance of aesthetic creativity and enjoyment clearly reveals the bankruptcy of conventional materialism. Here, as in his other works, Rudolf Steiner shows us how to overcome materialism by choosing the path of spiritual science. His students will welcome this first translation of one of Steiner’s most important volumes.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA170/English/RSP1990/RidHum_index.html

The Life, Nature, and Cultivation of Anthroposophy (Books Section)

After the Christmas Foundation Meeting of the General Anthroposophical Society in Dornach (1923–24), Rudolf Steiner wrote week by week articles addressed to the members. Contained in this volume are the early articles that describe the character of the Society arising from the Foundation Meeting and give advice as to its conduct and relation to the world.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Books/GA026/English/ASGB1963/GA026_index.html

The Ego (Lectures Section)

Three lectures held at Munich in December 1909 and 1910. From a manuscript unrevised by the lecturer. The first 2 lectures are from GA 117, Deeper Secrets of Human Existence in the Light of the Gospels, Die Tieferen Geheimnisse des Menschheitswerdens im Lichte der Evangelien. The last lecture is from GA 124, Excursus in the Area of the Gospel of St. Mark, Exkurse in das Gebiet des Markus-Evangelium.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/The_Ego/TheEgo_index.html

The Karma of Untruthfulness, Volume One (Lectures Section)

In the midst of the turmoil and upheavals of the First World War, before a steadfast circle of members of the Anthroposophical Society, Steiner speaks out against the frenzy and hatred in the propaganda of the time. Out of his insights into the spiritual impulses of human evolution, he gradually leads his audience to an understanding of the new world and new social structure that is struggling to be born. He unmasks the stream of accusations and counteraccusations, of attacks and counterattacks, as an illusion veiling the true spiritual struggle taking place behind the outer events. Shining with the clear light of the speaker’s courage, these lectures have much to teach us about a spiritual understanding of the political world conflicts we are confronted with in our time.
Link: http://wn.rsarchive.org/Lectures/GA173/English/RSP1988/KarUn1_index.html