• Atlantis and Lemuria

  • By: Rudolf Steiner
  • Narrated by: Lomakayu
  • Length: 3 hrs and 11 mins
  • 4.2 out of 5 stars (20 ratings)

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Atlantis and Lemuria

By: Rudolf Steiner
Narrated by: Lomakayu
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Rudolf Steiner uses the history of Atlantis and Lemuria to discuss the esoteric evolution of man. He covers in more detail what is suggested in An Outline of Occult Science.

There was a time when a continent called Atlantis still lay between Europe and America. This portion of the worlds surface was at one time land; this land now forms the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean. Plato alluded to the last remaining remnant of that lost continent when he spoke of the Island of Poseidon. Countless publications are dedicated to proving that Atlantis existed and attempt to discover the location of the Lost Continent. Here, accepting the existence of Atlantis, the author pontificates on the spiritual condition of soul attempts to indicate the inner nature of the conditions under which they lived. An interesting discourse on the evolution of the Atlantean and Leumurian race as revealed by the Akashic records.

Public Domain (P)2021 Sundance
  • Unabridged Audiobook
  • Categories: History

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Why have we not been taught this in school?

Inciteful, original, profound, this is is one excellent book. It offers a much better explanation as to the evolution of man than Charles Darwin.

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Understand current affairs in the world

Very insightful information explaining so much of our past and current life it’s complex requiring several listens to grasp

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pleasantly surprised

recognized the narrators voice, do he was easy to adjust to. the information was surprising, but refreshing on the outlook of humanity. I did enjoy this book and for those interested in the Akashic records, Atlantis and Lemuria, I truly recommend

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Good to have a reason

It would be good to have a reason to read this, like finding out what we’re the theosophical/anthroposophical beliefs that Owen Barfield had? Or, what is this thing theosophy or what did Rudolf Steiner teach? Or, what was the literature that inspired the works of Robert Howard when he wrote his Conan the Barbarian stories?

I would not read this expecting information about spiritual truths, natural history, or the origins of humanity.

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  • HJ
  • 04-01-22

Is this half a book?

I feel like there was only part of a description here and that the book sort of ended abruptly, but perhaps I didn't follow properly, as I was listening at work. Some interesting food for thought nonetheless.

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  • 09-22-22

struggled to finish it..wasn't what I thought it w

struggled to finish it..I thought it was about the history of the actual collapse of the cultures